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The Ohio Supreme Court recently reinstated an arbitrator’s decision that a Findlay Police sergeant deserved a long suspension rather than termination for behavior unbecoming a police officer.
The Dublin based Online Computer Library Center, more commonly known as OCLC, announced recently a partnership with Wikimedia Foundation's Wikipedia Library that would result in access to millions of additional library materials for wiki editors.
(Columbus) A former law enforcement officer has been arrested and charged by criminal complaint with cyberstalking and deprivation of rights under color of law.
When a pre-existing condition is aggravated by a workplace injury, the state will provide benefits until the condition returns to the level before the on-the-job injury. An injured workers’ right to appeal the elimination of the benefits are limited, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted today released the post-general election voter fraud report based on a review of cases by Ohio’s 88 county boards of elections and the Secretary of State’s Office following the 2016 Presidential Election. The report identified 153 irregularities with 52 individuals being referred for additional investigation or prosecution. Of those cases referred, 22 were identified by the Secretary of State’s Office as having voted in Ohio and another state.
A bill championed by a pair of lawmakers from the state's shale region would invest some of the money currently diverted to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Oil and Gas Well Fund into the coffers of the perennially cash strapped communities of the region.
Office manager gets diversion program for fudging payroll reports
A bill that exempts fantasy sports contests from state gambling law continues to advance through a committee in the Ohio House of Representatives.
Bowling Green State University and Central State University become first public universities in Ohio to post checkbook level expenditures online
The Ohio House of Representatives recently passed a bill codifying recent Ohio Supreme Court rulings that determined it is counter to state law to dismiss a property owner's challenge to property valuation on the basis of the misidentification of the property owner.
A Cleveland Heights woman was sentenced to 10 years in prison for leading a $8 million healthcare fraud conspiracy in which participants provided forged documents and fraudulent forms to bill for services that were not provided, law enforcement officials said.
Air Force reports of sexual assault increased slightly in fiscal year 2016, according to the service’s annual report on sexual assault released May 1.
The Princeton Review listed the University of Dayton among the best schools in the nation for undergraduate academics and experiential learning in its book Colleges That Create Futures: 50 Schools That Launch Careers by Going Beyond the Classroom.
Certain surgeries at Wright-Patterson Medical Center, may now be performed by a surgeon wielding surgical tools via robotic arms, thanks to a $2.4 million device officially unveiled April 20.
Fiona has some new incisor tusks peeking through on top and also some lower dental development. She enjoys the dental check and mouth massage, so it’s easy for care staff to assess growth.
Senior Alexandra Brown of the track team set a school record in the 5000 meter run Friday as she competed in the Harrison Dillard Twilight, hosted by Baldwin-Wallace University.
The University of Dayton had two more student-athletes honored in the latest Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine for the 2016-17 school year.
Great art meets great wine in this popular series! Sample a variety of wines, all tied to a specific museum theme.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently indefinitely suspended a Columbus attorney who deliberately made false statements during legal proceedings, disobeyed rules in multiple courts, and engaged in dishonest conduct throughout his disciplinary proceedings.
Exports from Ohio slipped slightly last year due in no small part to an 8.1 percent drop in exports of automobiles and auto parts.