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A Toledo man was indicted in federal court for selling heroin that resulted in a fatal overdose last year, said U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman and FBI Special Agent in Charge Stephen D. Anthony.
The number of pro bono hours provided by attorneys to low-income Ohioans has gone up.
A new report indicates that employees are less likely to leave their company if that company is pet friendly.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently warned consumers to beware of seasonal scams, including home improvement fraud and travel-related schemes.
More people in Ohio are outside enjoying activities in the summer than any other time of the year. Just as important as applying sunscreen, Ohioans should financially protect themselves in case of an unfortunate summertime incident, said Ohio Department of Insurance Director Jillian Froment.
P. Elschlager, 49, of Marietta, Ohio, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court today to cyberstalking.
The bright green water in the bay was all too familiar to the visiting scientists from Bowling Green State University. It indicated a harmful algal bloom (HAB). But, instead of Ohio’s Lake Erie or Sandusky Bay, this bloom was in Kisumu Bay in Kenya’s Lake Victoria. As scientists have discovered, toxic algae know no national or geographic boundaries and can cause problems wherever conditions are favorable.
An economic impact study conducted for the Inter-University Council of Ohio (IUC) found that the state’s public universities, their students and their statewide alumni added $42 billion in income to Ohio’s economy in 2016-17. That represents 6.7 percent of Ohio’s total gross state product. Wright State University adds $1.5 billion annually to Raider Country economy.
After recognizing an increase in deed solicitation scams, Montgomery County Recorder Brandon McClain welcomes House Bill 52 as an opportunity to continue to protect seniors, first-time homeowners, and other vulnerable populations against deceiving marketing practices. House Bill 52 requires specific disclosures to be made to consumers when they are solicited a fee for a real estate property deed.
Dayton, OH – (5) Sinclair (46-11) finished the regular season winning its 8th conference champion in the last 10 years. The OCCAC Championship automatically qualified for the District Tournament for the bid to the World Series in Enid, OK.
A donation of a new wind turbine will boost alternative-energy research and educational opportunities at the University of Dayton Research Institute's Energy Experience Center. The 6 kW turbine, valued at more than $25,000, was donated by OGW Energy Resources of Tipp City.
Eight people were indicted in federal court their roles in a conspiracy selling cocaine and crack cocaine in and around Lima, law enforcement officials said.
(BPT) As Americans gear up for sun, surf, barbecues and all the other fun activities that represent summer, they're also concerned with how to keep themselves and their homes comfortably cool this season.
The American Bar Association Government and Public Sector Lawyers Division (GPSLD) has chosen the recipients of its 2018 Dorsey, Hodson and Nelson Awards. The annual awards are for outstanding work in the government and public sector.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) in collaboration with U.S. Hotel and Resort Management recently announced exciting new renovations and acquisitions as U.S. Hotel has officially assumed management of Maumee Bay State Park Lodge and Conference Center. U.S. Hotel will also operate four other lodges including Deer Creek, Mohican, Punderson and Salt Fork which brings their total to eight throughout Ohio (including Burr Oak, Hueston Woods and Shawnee).
Former Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Jason J. Delcol and co-defendants Stevedore Crawford, Jr., Carlos Carvalho and Benjamin J. Owings pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court recently for their roles in a drug-trafficking ring.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer, and U.S. Department of Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent in Charge Steve Francis recently announced the seizure of approximately 20 pounds of fentanyl with the capability of killing more than four million people.
The University District has seen many changes over the last few years with new businesses, developments and housing options.
Sen. President Larry Obhof last week introduced a bill to eliminate the rule of construction relating to a court's particular questions of legislative intent.