Ohio state and local governments are immune from lawsuits claiming negligent failure to keep public roads in repair when an accident is based on harm caused by the “edge drop” on the side of the road, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
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A Guernsey County woman who claimed she was subjected to double jeopardy lost her appeal when the 5th District Court of Appeals recently considered her case.
A new adult diploma program allows adults 22 or older to receive high school diplomas through a non-traditional educational setting for free.
Toledo will compete in the 2016 Mid-American Conference Championships on Thursday-Saturday, April 28-30. The 72-hole event will take place at the par-71, 6,712-yard Highland Meadows Golf Club with 36 holes being played on Thursday and 18 holes each on Friday and Saturday. The winner of the event receives an automatic berth into one of the six NCAA Regional Tournaments.
Many young hunters found success during Ohio’s 2016 youth spring wild turkey season after 1,564 birds were harvested, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
The rising global furor over the trove of financial records and other documents contained in the Panama Papers also speaks to any number of Digital Age canards about journalism and a free press.
Ohio attorneys unclear on the practical use of a flat fee, up front, now have some direction courtesy of an opinion penned by a judiciary board governing professional conduct.
Economic development in Ohio’s historic downtowns — or uptowns, depending on local usage — and jobs for area workers are the highlights of a bill that awaits a Senate vote and the governor’s signature.
Ohio is known for its world-class fishing, and on May 7 and 8, state residents are invited to take part in the annual free fishing weekend, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Ohio’s Free Fishing Days are open to all Ohio residents and extend to all of Ohio’s public waters, including Lake Erie and the Ohio River. This is the only weekend all year that does not require anyone 16-years-old or older to obtain a fishing license.
The art of flipping homes is on the rise for the first time in years after the housing boom went bust and many real estate investors left the scene.
The law that shields the state and other landowners from personal injury lawsuits caused by the condition of recreational areas does not extend to the injuries caused by negligent park employees, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
The University of Toledo and Colorado State University have agreed to play a home-and-home series in football beginning in 2019, UT vice-president and athletic director Mike O'Brien recently announced. The Rockets will play at Colorado State on Sept. 21, 2019 while the Rams will make the return trip to Toledo on Sept. 25, 2021.
The appeal of a man who brutally murdered a Toledo woman was denied recently by the 6th District Court of Appeals.
(Columbus) When the housing market was booming in the early years of this century, many looking to cash in on the sizzling market jumped into the real estate game.
Recently, the Hilton hotel in Polaris filled up with more than 200 lawyers attending the Ohio State Bar Association’s 31st annual Ohio Environment, Energy and Resources Law Seminar.
House committee members accepted an amendment during a recent fifth hearing of legislation that backers tout as a fix to current protection-order law that excludes thousands of at-risk Ohioans.
Head Coach Tricia Cullop has announced the addition of 5-foot-10 forward Merveilles "Mae" Tshitenge (tuh-SHEET-ing-gay) (Nuechatel, Switzerland) to the women's basketball. Tshitenge has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Toledo beginning in the 2016-17 academic year. She will have two years of eligibility remaining.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) has obtained independent review and recertification for all of the 21 state forests under the management of the ODNR Division of Forestry.
Legislation known as the Ohio Rural Jobs Act has stalled in the House of Representatives, as leadership has not taken up the measure for a vote since it was reported out of committee in late October.
A Lancaster lawmaker’s effort to update state continuing education requirements for architects and landscape architects is progressing in Senate committee hearings.