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Broadview Heights reacts to Supreme Court ruling, Lakewood aproves McKinley school sale for townhom
Ohio
Broadview Heights is among the cities that react to the Ohio Supreme Court decision rejecting local gas drilling laws. Lakewood makes way for McKinley school to become townhomes. A federal report raises questions about Parma public housing.
March 29 2015
Convicted Ohio trucker loses appeal of 1994 murder conviction
Ohio
An Ohio truck driver will not be getting a new trial for his 1994 murder conviction. Click to Continue »
March 29 2015
Scotiabank sues Cliffs Natural for breach of debt terms
Cleveland, Ohio
Cleveland-based firm plans to raise $500-million to repay debts
March 29 2015
Pennsylvania school nixes coaching hire of Artrell Hawkins
Ohio
PITTSBURGH (AP) - A Catholic school in western Pennsylvania has rescinded its decision to hire a retired NFL player who graduated from the school in 1994. A spokesman for Bishop McCort High School in Johnstown says the "formal process" and "protocols" used to hire its coaches were not followed before ...
March 27 2015
Radio host guilty on lesser charge; may go free
Ohio
The former radio host accused of intentionally shooting at his wife was found guilty Friday on two counts of negligent assault.
March 27 2015
Convicted radio host released from jail
Ohio
The former radio host accused of intentionally shooting at his wife last summer could be a free man as soon as Monday morning.
March 27 2015
Expert: Marijuana health merits not certain
Ohio
Local medical experts say that while the verdict isn’t clear yet on the benefits of medical marijuana, they need the ability to conduct more research.
March 27 2015
Grand jury indicts Judge Tracie Hunter on new charge
Ohio
A grand jury has indicted convicted Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter on a new charge.
March 27 2015
Ohio ex-lawmaker set to go on trial on fraud, theft charges
Ohio
A former Ohio lawmaker accused of misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain is going on trial after numerous delays.
March 27 2015
Cleveland Teachers Union will crosscheck Strongsville strike replacement teachers, after Ohio Supre
Ohio
Nearly two years after the Strongsville teachers strike, Cleveland Teacher's Association President David Quolke won the lawsuit against Strongsville schools to release the names of replacement teachers. Quolke plans to crosscheck the teachers' qualifications with the Ohio Department of Education.
March 26 2015
Students must fully understand the principles that make America great
Ohio
If U.S. high-school graduates don't understand the principles of freedom and equality essential to American government and the historical roots of these principles, how can we expect them to affirm… Click to Continue »
March 26 2015
House passes 'heartbeat bill'
Ohio
The Senate will now consider the controversial abortion ban.
March 26 2015
Springfield red light cameras in limbo, used for more than crashes
Ohio
The city of Springfield placed bags over it red lights cameras this week, but the debate about their future is far from over in cities across Ohio. A new law requiring an officer to be present at intersections with red light cameras went into effect this week. Springfield leaders say removing the cameras will lead to more crashes, while state legislators and the public have criticized the ...
March 26 2015
Ohio House again passes 'heartbeat' anti-abortion bill
North Dakota
By Kim Palmer CLEVELAND (Reuters) - The Ohio House of Representatives on Wednesday again passed a bill that would outlaw abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, or at about six weeks, but it is not expected to become law. The bill is opposed by Republican Governor John Kasich, along with some anti-abortion activists, who think it would be unconstitutional. Should we allow that heart to ...
March 25 2015
Reality Check: Ohio's 'Heartbeat Bill' chipping away at Roe v. Wade
North Dakota
Ohio lawmakers are considering legislation that would make abortion laws in the Buckeye State among the most restrictive in the nation. House Bill 69 better known as the "heartbeat bill" would ban abortions once a fetal heartbeat can be detected, as early as six weeks into a woman's pregnancy.
March 25 2015
Kelly faces sentencing Friday
Ohio
Friday in Athens County Common Pleas Court, former county Sheriff Pat Kelly will learn his fate after being convicted on 18 felony counts related to theft in office.
March 24 2015
Former sheriff to have day of reckoning
Ohio
Friday in Athens County Common Pleas Court, former county Sheriff Pat Kelly will learn his fate after being convicted on 18 felony counts related to theft in office.
March 24 2015
AM Roundup: House Committees to Widen Clinton Email Probes
Ohio
Law Blog rounds up the morning's legal news.
March 24 2015
Same-Sex Marriage Arguments at Supreme Court Set for April 28
Ohio
WASHINGTONThe Supreme Court on Thursday announced a date for arguments in its coming blockbuster case on same-sex marriage: Tuesday, April 28.
March 24 2015
What's Behind Obama's Rebounding Approval Rating?
Ohio
Increasing optimism about their financial futures has led more Americans to view the president in a positive light.
March 23 2015
Jodi Arias' trials cost Arizona taxpayers nearly $3 million
Ohio
Officials say taxpayers shelled out around $3 million to prosecute and defend convicted murderer Jodi Arias at a series of trials that concluded with jurors deadlocked a second time on whether she should be executed or...
March 22 2015
Valley musician's family set for Supreme Court showdown
Union, Kentucky
Pam Politsky of Warren holds a photo of her daughter, Kelly McCracken, and her wife, Kelly Noe, of the Cincinnati area. McCracken and Noe got involved with a same-sex marriage case the U.S. Supreme Court will hear later this year after McCracken had to fight to get her name on their daughter's birth certificate because Ohio does not recognize same-sex marriage.
March 22 2015
Dowdel Found Guilty Of Murder in Sally Buffalo Park Beating
Ohio
CADIZ - Matthew M. Dowdel will spend 30 years to life in prison after a Harrison County jury found him guilty Friday of killing Joseph Strother at Sally Buffalo Park last year.
March 16 2015
Ohio River to return to lower levels after weekend flooding
Cincinnati, Ohio
The Ohio River is expected to return to lower levels after rain and melting snow caused flood conditions over the weekend.
March 16 2015
Ohio Senate panel would hike rural speed limit to 75 mph
Virginia
Speed limits on the Ohio Turnpike and rural roads would increase to 75 mph under one of many transportation-bill changes moving through an Ohio Senate committee.
March 16 2015
News Minute: Here's the latest Ohio news from The Associated Press
Ohio
CLEVELAND (AP) - The medical examiner's office has identified the man who authorities say was fatally shot by Cleveland police in a confrontation that resulted in an officer being shot in their ballistic vest. The man killed by police has been identified as 64-year-old Theodore Johnson.
March 16 2015
Judge Amy Salerno reprimanded for telling jurors they got verdict wrong
Ohio
An apologetic Judge Amy Salerno says Franklin County residents never again will witness her berate a jury for returning the “wrong” verdict. The Municipal Court judge was publicly reprimanded by the Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday for misconduct that subjected the judiciary to “ridicule” after a jury found a man not guilty of assault in 2013. Salerno also told jurors that the defendant had other ...
March 16 2015
Ohio Supreme Court says judge's jury scolding violated rules
Ohio
The Ohio Supreme Court says a municipal court judge violated judicial conduct rules when she scolded jurors after they issued a verdict she believed to be wrong.
March 16 2015
Ohio Supreme Court Reprimands Franklin County Judge Who Scolded Jury
Ohio
The Ohio Supreme Court says a judge shouldn't have scolded jurors for issuing a verdict she believed to be wrong.
March 16 2015
Judge reprimanded for scolding jurors
Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- The Ohio Supreme Court says a judge shouldn't have scolded jurors for issuing a 2013 verdict she believed to be wrong.
March 16 2015
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