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Lima man indicted for selling fentanyl, fentanyl analogues, heroin and cocaine, including fentanyl analogue that resulted in overdose

A Lima man was indicted for selling fentanyl, fentanyl analogues, heroin and cocaine, including a fentanyl analogue that resulted in an overdose, law enforcement officials said. Read More of "Lima man indicted for selling fentanyl, fentanyl analogues, heroin and cocaine, including fentanyl analogue that resulted in overdose"

Proposal would reduce beekeepers' liability against damage claims

Noting bees' importance as pollinators of the fresh produce items Ohioans eat and the other crops raised throughout the Buckeye State, a lawmaker has proposed a bill that would relieve responsible beekeepers of liability against personal injury or property damage claims. Read More of "Proposal would reduce beekeepers' liability against damage claims"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

UT’s Logan Woodside named Heisman contender by Heisman Trophy Trust

Senior quarterback Logan Woodside (Frankfort, KY) has been notified by the Heisman Trophy Trust that he is a "contender" for the 2017 Heisman Trophy and a candidate to be one of the finalists for the prestigious award given annually the best football player in the country. Read More of "UT’s Logan Woodside named Heisman contender by Heisman Trophy Trust"

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Bill that seeks to bolster free speech at public universities advances

Just days after the Ohio State University declined allowing white nationalist and provocateur Richard Spencer to book a speaking engagement on campus, a pair of Republican lawmakers in the Ohio House of Representatives offered testimony in support of their Campus Free Speech Act. Read More of "Bill that seeks to bolster free speech at public universities advances"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Proposed legislation addresses marriage age of girls and same-sex marriage

A Democrat bill in the Ohio Senate devised to raise the minimum age at which Ohio girls can be married concentrates just as much effort on excising now-unconstitutional prohibitions of same-sex marriage in state law. Read More of "Proposed legislation addresses marriage age of girls and same-sex marriage"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

Statewide investments to create more than $131 million in new payroll

Governor John R. Kasich recently announced the approval of assistance for 10 projects set to create 2,828 new jobs and retain 10,291 jobs statewide. During its monthly meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) reviewed economic development proposals brought to the board by JobsOhio and its regional partners. Collectively, the projects are expected to result in more than $131 million in new payroll, and spur more than $122 million in investments across Ohio. Read More of "Statewide investments to create more than $131 million in new payroll"

Attorney General DeWine announces $220 million multistate settlement with Deutsche Bank over Libor manipulation

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, along with 45 other attorneys general, recently announced a $220 million settlement with Deutsche Bank for fraudulent and anticompetitive conduct involving the manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, a benchmark interest rate that has a widespread impact on global markets and consumers. Read More of "Attorney General DeWine announces $220 million multistate settlement with Deutsche Bank over Libor manipulation"

Don’t Be Afraid Of 529s

A lot of people are nervous, or even scared, at the thought of investing their money, especially in a 529 plan. But with a little knowledge and planning, there’s nothing scary about planning for your child’s future. Let’s conquer some of those fears of what you can and can’t do with a 529 plan. Read More of "Don’t Be Afraid Of 529s"

Researcher says commercial real estate investors indeed often act on emotion

A new research piece authored by Matthew Richardson for Fidelity International reveals how commercial real estate investors, despite their best efforts to be rational, exhibit herd-like behavior and emotional reactions that cause the bubbles and crashes the sector experiences on a fairly regular basis. Read More of "Researcher says commercial real estate investors indeed often act on emotion"

KEITH ARNOLD, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

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