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The United States Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit recently affirmed a lower court judgment against a lawyer who alleged a conspiracy to deprive her of her law license.
As state lawmakers returned to the people’s business post-election last month, members of the House Insurance Committee heard testimony challenging provisions of a bill to strike an insurer’s limitations on vision care services.
A five-count indictment was filed in federal court charging a Summit County man for illegally possessing firearms and nearly 80 pounds of cocaine, law enforcement officials said
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The Toledo softball team will play 11 home games over the course of its 2017 campaign, head coach Kristen Butler recently announced. Highlighting the Rockets' slate will be six tournaments that feature five NCAA Tournament teams to begin the season.
Auditor of State Dave Yost is pleased to announce that the City of Perrysburg (Wood County) received the Auditor of State Award for its clean audit report.
If a pretrial diversion program requires a noncitizen to admit guilt, a trial court must warn the accused that he or she could be deported, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
A North Canton was sentenced to more than three years in prison for his role in a $1.5 million fraud scheme, said U.S. Attorney Carole S. Rendon and Stephen D. Anthony, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI's Cleveland Office.
Kareem Hunt rushed for a season-high 200 yards and picked up another 73 yards on three receptions but it wasn't enough to slow down No. 14 Western Michigan as the Broncos rolled in the MAC West Division showdown, 55-35, at Kalamazoo last Friday night.
A divided Ohio Supreme Court recently rejected a Board of Professional Conduct recommendation to impose stayed suspensions for two attorneys charged with multiple ethical violations related to services they had performed for an elderly client.
Ohio can impose its commercial-activity tax (CAT) on out-of-state companies that sell products and services to Ohioans, but have no physical presence in the state, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Ohio is looking to some of its youngest minds, from kindergarteners to high school seniors, to assist with taking on the opioid crisis plaguing the Buckeye State.
Ohio EPA is asking the public to weigh-in on a plan that will use Ohio’s portion of the Volkswagen consent decree/settlement to offset the effects of diesel emissions. The state’s share of the settlement dollars is anticipated to be $71.4 million over 10 years, and will be directed toward grants and other efforts that can produce the greatest air quality benefits such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) emission reductions, reduced public exposure to the pollutants in diesel exhaust and the promotion of clean vehicle technologies.
In true holiday fashion, businesses are hurriedly prepping for an entourage of customers seeking the perfect gift for their loved ones.
Wilmington broke open a tight game midway through the second half on Sunday afternoon en route to a 102-77 victory over Toledo in the Rockets' third game this weekend at the Challenge in Music City. UT had split a pair of overtime contests the previous two days in the tournament, defeating Evansville in double-overtime on Friday before falling to Middle Tennessee on Saturday.
Work-life balance may seem just out of reach at various times of the year - the lead up to and the return from vacation, throughout the duration of Little League baseball or pee wee soccer season, and on the occasion of other random, unexpected evening commitments.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently warned consumers of scams to avoid this holiday season.
When a motorist is injured in an accident caused by avoiding an unidentified vehicle that fled the scene, evidence derived from the driver’s account, such as a police report, can be used as “independent corroborative evidence” to support a claim for uninsured motorist insurance coverage, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled.
Incomplete financial records prompted Auditor of State Dave Yost to place the Rossford Transportation Improvement District (Wood County) on the “unauditable” list.