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(Columbus) Thirteen individuals alleged to be members and associates of MS-13 were arrested in Central Ohio and Indiana recently.
The Ohio Department of Education recently awarded approximately $44.3 million in new and continuing 21st Century Community Learning Center grants for Fiscal Year 2018.
A bipartisan Senate effort that would scuttle death penalty sentences imposed against the mentally ill remains tied up in committee as lawmakers enjoyed the final weeks of a summer recess.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent in Charge Steve Francis, and members of the Miami Valley Bulk Smuggling Task Force announced recently the seizure of approximately 200 pounds of marijuana as part of an ongoing drug trafficking investigation.
Let them march in Charlottesville. Let them speak.
The Air Force Research Laboratory Advanced Power Technology Office is seeking innovative alternative energy and energy-efficient technology solutions with the recent release of its latest broad agency announcement, published July 19 on the Federal Business Opportunities website.
On Sept. 24, 2017, Montgomery County Environmental Services will host its fifth Tire Buyback event. Residents can earn $2 for every scrap/used tire they bring, up to a maximum of 10 tires per vehicle.
The next milestone for Fiona will be transitioning from formula to solids so she is currently able to eat anything that Bibi is offered, but specifically given grain, beet pulp, apple, banana, and lettuce before and after each bottle feeding.
The University of Dayton women's soccer team fought back and pulled within one goal at one point in the exhibition match, but fell 4-2 to visiting Miami Friday night at Baujan Field.
President Eric F. Spina has joined CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion, a growing coalition of more than 200 CEOs pledging to advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
The University of Dayton will welcome its largest and most diverse class in school history this fall.
On Aug. 11, over 500 families filed into the Wright State University Nutter Center parking lot. One by one the as The Dayton Foodbank provided the produce, Caresource the volunteers and Wright State’s Nutter Center the venue. This was the third consecutive year that Wright State welcomed the Dayton Foodbank’s distribution pick up in Greene County.
Ohio Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor has been elected president of the Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ) and chair of the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) Board of Directors. The one-year positions became effective recently during CCJ’s annual conference and NCSC’s Board of Directors meetings in Philadelphia.
(BPT) As our nation seeks solutions to help improve the health care system, there is at least one goal we can all agree on: the importance of making health care quality and cost information more accessible to all Americans.
The American Bar Association House of Delegates, which determines association-wide policy, adopted policies over two days that urges Congress to add courthouses to the “sensitive locations” list for immigration enforcement and licensing groups to admit to the bar undocumented law school graduates under certain circumstances.
(BPT) Did you know that in an average week, 75 percent of Americans skip doing something for themselves because they didn't adequately plan or allow enough time for it? Does looking at your to-do list feel so daunting that it discourages you from making any progress at all?
(Cleveland) A Canadian man arrested at a park in Rocky River was charged in federal court with production of child pornography.
A bill before members of a committee in the Ohio House of Representatives may be an amateur genealogist's dream.
A bill crafted to protect some of the most private information of working individuals has come up against opposition in the Ohio House of Representatives.
The Board of Professional Conduct recently issued an advisory opinion concerning the dual employment of court employees in both a specialized drug court and a nonprofit drug treatment center under contract with the court.