The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) is increasing the prize amounts for its 2020 Safety Innovation Awards to encourage participation and creative solutions to workplace safety hazards.
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While religious freedom can mean many different things to you personally, within the U.S. Constitution it means only two things: the government can’t promote one religion over another (or promote religion over the lack of religion, or vice versa) and you have the right to worship, or not, as you choose —the government can’t penalize you for your religious beliefs.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine, Attorney General Dave Yost, and Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Administrator/CEO Stephanie McCloud announced recently the expansion of a program that helps protect the lives of Ohio’s law enforcement officers.
Forty court professionals recently were honored for receiving national recognition as certified court managers.
Attempts to address gender bias and pay inequity are generating new state laws and revised corporate policies, but are also producing a plethora of lawsuits in a variety of professions, including the legal world.
(BPT) As our children head back to school, do you know how much of their classroom time will be devoted to learning about money?
Ornithologists at The University of Toledo played a critical role in new collaborative research identifying a single gene that defines whether rare, tiny songbirds that reproduce in the Great Lakes region and Appalachian Mountains spend their winters in South America or Central America.
Just days into the new school year, the state superintendent unveiled a new online resource intended to help educators keep kids at their best so that they may get the most out of their education.
A Dayton IT staffing company pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court recently to knowing about but failing to notify an authority of a federal offense, namely, visa fraud at Wright State University. The case was unsealed recently.
(BPT) Shopping. Cooking. Cleaning. The burdens of living alone were taking a toll on Joyce, who at 89 was the oldest resident in her apartment building. Though she'd spent a lifetime saving money, Joyce wasn't sure what she could afford. Her daughter Sandy knew it was time to talk about senior living.
Coach Loeffler has worked with some of the best in the game
Defendant and others video recorded themselves threatening victim with guns
Marysville man kept truckin’ while collecting disability benefits
U.S. District Court Judge James Robart received more than 100 death threats after ruling against the Administration’s first travel ban in February 2017. Most came after the president called Robart a “so-called judge” and tweeted, “Just cannot believe a judge would put our country in such peril. If something happens, blame him and court system."
Ohio law does not automatically transfer to the buyer of a municipal bond the seller’s right to sue a financial institution overseeing the repayment of the bonds, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
According to the state's chief elections officer, the state's current practice of updating and verifying voter rolls is antiquated and inefficient.
A Garfield Heights woman was indicted for making a straw purchase of a firearm earlier this year.
11th reduction for cities, schools, and other local governments since 2009
ODH asks healthcare providers to report suspected cases to public health officials
An out of state lawyer, who provided legal advice and services to more than six Ohioans, was fined $25,000 by the Ohio Supreme Court recently for engaging in the unauthorized practice of law.