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ODNR Division of Wildlife closes Operation North Coast Case

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has closed the adjudication phase of what has become the largest case in the 146-year history of the ODNR Division of Wildlife. The case, dubbed Operation North Coast, culminated in March 2016 with the execution of search warrants, arrest warrants and dozens of simultaneous interviews. The case primarily concerned the illegal taking and sales of Lake Erie sportfish and white-tailed deer meat products in counties along the Lake Erie shoreline. Since the takedown, state wildlife investigators have spent 2.5 years attending court hearings in Cuyahoga, Lorain, Lucas, Richland, Ottawa and Wood counties. Read More of "ODNR Division of Wildlife closes Operation North Coast Case"

Ohio man charged with attempting to provide material support to ISIS, attempting to commit a hate crime and possessing firearms for plot to attack Toledo-area synagogue

A federal grand jury returned a three-count indictment charging an Ohio man with attempting to provide material support to ISIS, attempting to commit a hate crime, and possessing firearms in furtherance of a crime a violence stemming from his plan to attack in a synagogue in the Toledo area. Read More of "Ohio man charged with attempting to provide material support to ISIS, attempting to commit a hate crime and possessing firearms for plot to attack Toledo-area synagogue"

Rockets suffer setback against Bowling Green

Toledo women's swimming and diving fell, 223-129, to arch-rival Bowling Green Saturday, Feb. 9, in its final dual meet of the season. The Rockets recorded three event victories and 25 top-three finishes over the weekend. The meet was highlighted by the recognition of seniors Jessica Avery and Bailey Cahill ahead of day two's events. Read More of "Rockets suffer setback against Bowling Green"

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Ohio State study links children's academic success to time spent with their parents

A study co-authored by an Ohio State University economics professor found that the time parents spend with their children has a powerful effect on their educational achievement, especially after the loss of a parent through death, divorce or other circumstances. Read More of "Ohio State study links children's academic success to time spent with their parents"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Power plant owner pleads guilty to failing to remove 224,000 square feet of asbestos before demolishing power plant for scrap metal

Mark Harris, 59, of Versailles, Ky., pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to knowingly failing to remove asbestos in a South Point, Ohio electric power plant. Read More of "Power plant owner pleads guilty to failing to remove 224,000 square feet of asbestos before demolishing power plant for scrap metal"

Practicing politics at a high level

Over a lifetime in politics, I’ve met a lot of interesting, impressive politicians. But those I truly admired were men and women who were adept at the arts both of politics and legislating — a rarer combination of talents than you’d hope for in our representative democracy. They’re a reminder these days of what consummate skill looks like. Read More of "Practicing politics at a high level"

Lee H. Hamilton, Center on Representative Government

Rockets win 20th game with 78-71 victory at Bowling Green

Senior Chris Darrington scored a game-high 20 points on Saturday night to lead Toledo (20-4, 8-3 MAC) to a 78-71 victory over arch-rival Bowling Green (16-7, 8-2 MAC) before a sold-out crowd of 5,000 in the Stroh Center. The victory gave the Rockets their fourth 20-win season in the last six years and was UT's eighth victory in last nine outings. Read More of "Rockets win 20th game with 78-71 victory at Bowling Green"

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ABA House balks at revising bar passage standard, approves slew of policy resolutions

The American Bar Association House of Delegates (HOD) rejected Monday (Jan. 28) a major change in the bar passage standard for U.S. law schools, sending back to its originator a proposal that would require 75 percent of a law school’s graduates who sit for the bar pass it within two years. Read More of "ABA House balks at revising bar passage standard, approves slew of policy resolutions"

Eleven people indicted for roles in conspiracy to distribute synthetic narcotics into federal prison by soaking paper in the drugs and then sending the drug-infused paper into prison as mail and other

Eleven people were indicted for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute synthetic narcotics in federal prison by soaking paper in the drugs and then sending the drug-infused paper into prison as mail and other documents. Read More of "Eleven people indicted for roles in conspiracy to distribute synthetic narcotics into federal prison by soaking paper in the drugs and then sending the drug-infused paper into prison as mail and other"

Rockets bag first win of 2019, take down Saint Louis

Toledo Softball and first-year head coach Joe Abraham recorded their first win of the season Sunday, Feb. 10, in an unforgettable 4-0 shutout of Saint Louis on the final day of the Northern Iowa UNI-Dome Classic. Sophomore Erin Hunt broke the UT record for most strikeouts in a single game in route to her first Division I win, and sophomore Kylie Norwood hit a grand slam to end her impressive weekend. Read More of "Rockets bag first win of 2019, take down Saint Louis"

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