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The Ohio Supreme Court yesterday heard oral arguments in four cases yesterday and heard an additional four the day before that.
A Youngstown man was indicted for selling heroin and illegally having firearms, said Carole S. Rendon, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, and FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephen D. Anthony.
Recently, the Ohio Collaborative Community-Police Advisory Board (Ohio Collaborative) established a new statewide standard on Bias Free Policing during its meeting at the Ohio Department of Public Safety. This is the seventh standard adopted by the Ohio Collaborative, and states:
(BPT) Patients receiving medical care increasingly also receive something unexpected and troubling - a bill they thought would be paid by their health insurance plan.
The ringleader of a Florida-to-Ohio Oxycodone distribution operation recently lost his plea for a lower sentence in a federal court of appeals.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently indefinitely suspended a Strongsville attorney convicted of felonies for his role in a bribery scheme involving prominent Cleveland attorney Anthony Calabrese III, who was disbarred and is serving a nine-year federal prison sentence for bribery.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently unveiled a new website aimed at facilitating resource sharing for Ohio courts.
Ohio EPA Director Craig W. Butler and Ohio Department of Health Director Richard Hodges recently announced funding for community health departments and related public entities across the state. Mosquito Control Grants help mitigate the spread of mosquito-borne viruses such as Zika, West Nile and La Cross Encephalitis.
A nine-count indictment was filed charging a Brunswick couple with failing to make payments to support the pension and benefits fund of its employees and then obstructing the subsequent investigation, said Carole S. Rendon, U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol announced the winners of their 2016 Leadership Awards recently. The ceremony recognizes dozens of state and district award winners for contributions to the division and the state of Ohio.
It’s once again time for Ohio to request data from commercial and industrial businesses regarding their recycling activities. The data will be used to identify recycling trends and opportunities and indicate whether Ohio is meeting its recycling goals.
More than 20 state nature preserves in northwestern Ohio offer Ohioans an opportunity to escape into nature, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Many of these special places exist in large part to the generosity of Ohioans who donated a portion of their tax refunds to the State Nature Preserves Fund.
The Ohio Supreme Court yesterday heard oral arguments in four cases yesterday and will hear another four today. Among the four cases heard yesterday, on raised questions about what does and does not constitute double jeopardy.
Recently Governor John R. Kasich announced the following appointments:
CollegeAdvantage is pleased to participate in America Save Week, which will run Monday, Feb. 27 - Saturday, March 4. America Saves is an organization, managed by the Consumer Federation of America (CFA), which is dedicated to helping individuals save money, reduce household debt, and build wealth. In 2007, America Saves Week was established to encourage households and individuals to develop good saving habits.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently rejected an effort to compel the Powell City Council to place a referendum regarding a zoning ordinance on the May 2017 ballot.
The Cincinnati Republican lawmaker who championed changes to the state's civil rights laws pertaining to employment during the previous session of the Ohio Legislature has resurrected effort in House Bill 2.
The State of Ohio has released the framework that is being used to reduce phosphorus entering Lake Erie under the Western Basin of Lake Erie Collaborative Agreement, which was signed in June 2015 by Ohio Lt. Governor Mary Taylor, Michigan and Ontario with a goal of reducing phosphorus loading to Lake Erie by 20 percent by 2020 and 40 percent by 2025.
(Columbus) Examinations of four northeast Ohio Medicaid providers identified more than $1 million in overpayments recently, according to reports released by Auditor of State Dave Yost.