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Christopher Paul Murphy, 68, of Golden Valley, Ariz., was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 12 months and one day in prison for intentionally accessing a protected computer without authorization.
The Wright State women's basketball team won against the Youngstown State Penguins by a score of 70-65. The win moves the Raiders' record to 22-6 and 14-2 in the Horizon League.
A former Scioto County Common Pleas Court judge was suspended from the practice of law for six months by the Ohio Supreme Court recently for attempting to influence an Ohio State Highway patrolman and juvenile court to drop a speeding charge against his daughter.
(Columbus) While still fresh from its December opening, a bagel shop in the Short North has already modified its payment policy.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost recently announced that his office will begin a new program to help survivors of human trafficking eliminate a visible reminder that many live with: tattoos and similar markings that once served to “brand” them as the property of pimps, drug dealers or gangs.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday, March 6th, heard four oral arguments, including one asking whether a trial court followed the correct sentencing guideline when punishing an illicit drug manufacturer.
Safer alternative cited in agency’s latest move in opioid battle
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost recently announced that Dublin Police Chief Heinz von Eckartsberg will serve as the assistant superintendent of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) beginning on Monday, March 25.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is a leader in promoting and using prescribed fire as a resource management tool in Ohio. Through the Prescribed Fire Supplies, Tools, Education, and Personal Protective Equipment (STEP) grant program, the ODNR Division of Forestry recently approved grant funding for 11 projects totaling $23,855 for land management agencies in Ohio.
Defendant admitted creating Twitter and Facebook accounts for people he believed were supporters of ISIS
A Columbus couple have agreed to plead guilty to charges related to a health-care fraud scheme that involved compound creams prescribed to city employees and first responders.
The Columbus Arts Festival returns for its 58th year this summer.
Meeting financial goals as a family can be challenging. But inspiring your family to helpAmerica-Saves-Week-2019-participant-badge and contribute to a financial goal doesn’t have to be a painful process, especially when the result is an exciting family vacation, a new family car, or college savings. In the spirit of America Saves Week, I’ll share some ideas on how to save as a family for all those items and bucket-list experiences.
Three Butler County men have been arrested and charged in a conspiracy to ship stolen baby formula and other goods.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted recently announced the approval of assistance for seven projects set to create 1,430 new jobs and retain 1,970 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 $96 million in new payroll and spur more than $100 million in investments across Ohio. Projects approved by the TCA include:
Videogaming has been expanding its reach into an area that has traditionally been off limits for children – gambling. In recent years, researchers have been looking into how gaming has been weaving gambling into the virtual stories. Unfortunately, while the situations are virtual, the money spent to participate is real.
The American Bar Association is proud to be recognized with the 2019 Customer Experience Excellence Award from Fonolo, which honors the association’s service center for its superior customer service using Fonolo’s call-back technology.
A former U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) official was sentenced recently for demanding and receiving bribes from three for-profit schools in exchange for enrolling disabled military veterans in those schools and facilitating over $2 million in payments from the VA using the veterans’ federal benefits.
A pair of medical claims workers at the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation Medical Claims have been indicted by a Franklin County grand jury on a count each of theft in office and three counts each of forgery, the Ohio Inspector General reported last week.
Flu season runs through May—it’s not too late to get a flu shot