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A total of five of 19 Columbus men charged federally as being associated with an Ohio Crips gang has pleaded guilty. The men were indicted in September 2018 and charged in a racketeering conspiracy that includes five murders, multiple attempted murders and other violent and drug-trafficking crimes.
Income tax filing season is well under way and both state tax officials and the Internal Revenue Service have begun processing payments and refunds.
(BPT) Women are a force to be reckoned with in the economy. They own 10 million businesses in the U.S., control an impressive $11.2 trillion in investable assets and are increasingly the primary breadwinner and financial decisionmaker in households.
Researchers at The University of Toledo have found a new way to replicate in lab mice the development and progression of Type I diabetes, a breakthrough that has the potential to reshape how the chronic disease is studied.
The University of Dayton men's soccer team and head coach Dennis Currier released information about the addition of players to the 2019 roster.
A superseding indictment was filed charging a Maple Heights man attempting to provide material support to al Qaeda, as well as making threats against the President, threats against the family of the President and false statements to law enforcement.
The Ohio Wildlife Council heard proposals for Ohio’s 2019-2020 white-tailed deer hunting season dates and bag limits at a recent meeting, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The proposed season dates are nearly identical to previous seasons.
The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has issued an advisory opinion concerning the representation of current or former clients in unrelated matters when the clients are directly opposed.
It's indisputable Senate Republicans at the Ohio Statehouse are serious about nixing unnecessary and cumbersome regulation - Senate Bill 1, the first legislation of the new session, aims at cutting existing red tape by about a third.
Four men from Toledo were indicted for firearms crimes.
American ginseng hunters are being reminded that uncertified root may not be possessed after March 31 without a weight receipt, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Anyone planning to keep uncertified ginseng beyond the deadline must schedule an appointment to get it weighed and documented.
Franklin County Municipal Court Judge Amelia “Amy” A. Salerno received a fully stayed one-year suspension from the practice of law after the Ohio Supreme Court found she did not fairly and impartially apply the law.
The University of Toledo is developing a virtual reality training to improve Ohio Medicaid providers’ cultural competency and reduce implicit bias as a way to better understand the patients they serve. The virtual reality training focuses on the barriers to health care faced by those without stable, permanent housing.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Tuesday, February 19th, heard three oral arguments, including one asking if a jury which included people who admitted to having racial biases could find fairly in a case involving a black man.
Ohio Governor Mike DeWine recently named Joy Mulinex to serve as the Governor’s Director of the Lake Erie Commission. The appointment will be effective Feb. 22, 2019.
A federal grand jury has charged two members of an Ohio militia group with violating the National Firearms Act in an indictment unsealed in Cincinnati recently.
(StatePoint) Decorated veteran Justin Minyard struggled for years with chronic back pain. And though his prescribed opioids provided only minimal relief, he developed a dependency on them. Unfortunately, such circumstances are common, as a growing number of patients are struggling with a choice between addictive pills or the thought of living with debilitating pain.
Nine people – including men with previous convictions for attempted murder, domestic violence and felonious assault with a firearm -- were indicted in federal court for firearms crimes.
The Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday, February 20th, heard four oral arguments, including one asking if a sentencing court must enumerate to a defendant all of the penalties associated with sex offender classification.
The Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) announced recently that it will provide a one-time, $3 million funding boost to help counties address the unmet and uninsured needs of multi-system youth who are on the cusp of removal from their homes or at risk of entering the justice or foster care systems. These flexible funds will help meet the unique needs of families and promote a safe home environment. Funds will be made available through Ohio’s FFY 2019 federal Mental Health Block Grant.