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A health care CEO pleaded guilty recently to a superseding indictment as part of an investigation into a $300 million health care fraud scheme that involved the distribution of over 6.6 million dosage units of controlled substances and the administration of medically unnecessary injections that resulted in patient harm.
With a long, significant history in the field is should be of no surprise that Ohio is ranked among the top 10 states for aerospace manufacturing attractiveness.
An Ohio technology company that manufactures a gearing system for robotics and other applications continues to make waves in its target market: China.
Couch potatoes rejoice — there might be a way to get the blood pressure lowering benefits of exercise in pill form.
The United States of America, through its Departments of Justice, Treasury, and State announced today a series of measures to target and dismantle the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion (CJNG) – one of the largest, most dangerous drug cartels currently operating in Mexico. These measures include the unsealing of 15 indictments, the State Department’s approval of large rewards, the Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) designations, and the establishment of a citizen tip-line.
A Cleveland man was indicted for robbing five banks in August and September.
Thurston Lewis Goodjohn, 34, of Springfield, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 52 months in prison for illegally possessing a firearm.
The research on advance care planning suggests that people talk to their lawyers and doctors about advance directives, however the two professions see the planning through a different lens. A new guide, “Advance Directives: Counseling Guide for Lawyers,” by the American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging, is designed to assist lawyers, doctors and those in the medical profession, in thoroughly assessing the needs of a person in the hope that the end-of-life health decisions are understood and effective.
In a battle that went right down to the final minute, the University of Dayton Flyers had a comeback fall just short, with San Diego edging UD 36-34.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently offered giving tips to Ohioans who want to help those affected by Hurricane Michael.
The Ohio Supreme Court recently indefinitely suspended a Steubenville attorney convicted of a federal felony for his role in fraudulently obtaining $140 million in federal contracts targeted to businesses owned by disabled veterans and the economically disadvantaged.
Six Ohioans and a Florida resident owing the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) more than $450,000 in back premiums and restitution were convicted on fraud or fraud-related charges in September.
A Michigan man was indicted after he was found to have 36 counterfeit credit cards, nearly 500 credit card account numbers and a machine for making counterfeit credit cards.
Social media is increasingly being exploited to contact, recruit and sell children for sex, according to a study by The University of Toledo Human Trafficking and Social Justice Institute.
If asked to put a meteorological spin on the state's opioid addiction crisis, a pair of Democrat senators might characterize the epidemic as a 100-year rain event or perhaps a flood of biblical proportions.
Cities challenged to address buildings, infrastructure and other capital needs
A father and son from Mahoning County were indicted on firearms charges after the son allegedly gave a firearm to his father, who was previously convicted of rape, kidnapping, attempted murder and other crimes, U.S. Attorney Justin E. Herdman said.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Mahoning County Sheriff Jerry Greene, and Mahoning County Prosecutor Paul Gains announced today that more than 100 charges - including human trafficking, child pornography, and sexual assault charges - have been filed in connection with an alleged sex trafficking ring in Mahoning County.
Since President Donald Trump was elected to the nation's highest office in 2016, protests by leftists groups have become commonplace, especially in the nation's capitol and many large cities.
Former Ohio State Highway Patrol Trooper Jason J. Delcol was sentenced in U.S. District Court recently to 24 months in prison for his role in a drug-trafficking ring.