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Top Ohio court allows challenge of breath-alcohol results
Ohio
Defendants in drunken driving cases can challenge the accuracy of specific breath-alcohol results and question whether specific machines operated properly at the time of the test, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
October 01 2014
Westerville won't appeal court ruling, will pay $1.3M
Ohio
Westerville officials announced Tuesday they will not appeal a court decision that will cost the city $1.3 million.
October 01 2014
Supreme Court early voting order draws praise, criticism: What they're saying
Ohio
Monday's U.S. Supreme Court decision to allow a reduced early voting schedule to stand pending a court challenge drew mixed responses from Ohio politicians and others involved in the case.
September 30 2014
TravelCenters of America LLC Announces Second Quarter 2014 Results
Ohio
TravelCenters of America LLC today announced financial results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2014.
September 30 2014
Supreme Court allows changes in Ohio early voting to remain in effect
Ohio
When there is a significant burden on voters imposed for no good reason, or imposed for a partisan reason, then courts should shut down voting restrictions. The Ohio case did not involve significant burdens.
September 30 2014
Massillon man gets maximum prison time for sex crime
Ohio
A Massillon man received the maximum sentence of five years in prison for sexually abusing a child.
September 30 2014
Ruling halts Golden Week of early voting
Ohio
The 20 voting machines, the registration tables, and the stacks of absentee voter forms were all in place at the Lucas County Board of Elections early vote center, ready to be used this morning for the start of early voting in the Nov. 4 election.
September 30 2014
Supreme Court Puts Off Start of Early Voting in Ohio
Washington
A divided Supreme Court has put off the start of early voting in Ohio, which had been slated to begin Tuesday.
September 30 2014
Supreme Court blocks start of early Ohio voting
Arkansas
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court delayed the start of early voting in Ohio on Monday, a day before it was scheduled to begin, temporarily blocking ...
September 30 2014
Supreme Court delays early voting in Ohio
Ohio
Frances Burns WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 (UPI) -- The U.S. Supreme Court, voting along party lines, delayed early voting in Ohio in a decision Monday that reversed a lower court's order.
September 29 2014
James Traficant Jr. And The Taxpayer's Burden
Ohio
When I saw the obituary ofJames A. Traficant Jr., sheriff, Congressman and convicted felon , I had a strong sense, that this was a fellow that must have made his mark on tax history.  It turns out I was right.  The tax drama is something of a side note to a turning point in his life.  Mr. Traficant had been a drug counselor and then, in 1980, was elected sheriff of Mahoning County in Ohio.  As ...
September 29 2014
Justices Gather to Set Agenda
Ohio
The Supreme Court gathers to set its term agenda, Republicans are gaining strength in the polls and a new Lincoln history is coming out in photographs and print.
September 29 2014
Ohio man pleads to drug sales in deadly overdose
Indiana
CLEVELAND (AP) - A northeast Ohio man has pleaded guilty to federal drug trafficking charges including selling fentanyl to a woman who fatally overdosed last year.
September 27 2014
As Election Nears, Voting Laws Still Unclear In Some States
Ohio
A federal appeals court in Ohio just upheld a decision extending early voting in that state — but several other big voting law cases are still undecided, just weeks before the midterm elections.
September 25 2014
Higher judicial pay to cost $1.2B over next decade
Ohio
Recent court decisions that require the government to restore cost-of-living increases for federal judges will cost taxpayers more than $1 billion over the coming decade.
September 25 2014
Ohio loses early voting appeal; order to expand hours remains intact
Ohio
A federal appeals court on Wednesday affirmed a district court decision restoring early voting cuts and expanding early voting hours. The ruling from the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals is a setback for Secretary of State Jon Husted, who had appealed a lower court's order that he expand early voting hours.
September 24 2014
Special grand jury to get evidence in Walmart shooting case
Ohio
A Walmart customer holding a BB/pellet rifle and one 911 call set off a chain of events that led to two Beavercreek police gunshots, the deaths of two customers and hundreds of unanswered questions. A special grand jury will convene in Greene County Monday morning to consider a complex web of evidence and determine whether Beavercreek police officers Sean William and Sgt. David Darkow or anyone ...
September 24 2014
Police Refuse To Release Records In Murder Of Julie Popovich
Ohio
A fight is brewing over the case of Adam Saleh, who was convicted in the 2005 killing of 20-year-old Julie Popovich.
September 23 2014
Ohio boards of elections are directed to open additional days
Ohio
COLUMBUS -- Republican Secretary of State Jon Husted has officially directed county elections boards to open for early voting on additional weekdays and Sundays, following a federal court decision earlier this month.
September 23 2014
District Court Rules in Favor of P&G on Patent Infringement Case Relating to Crest Whitestrips®
Ohio
CINCINNATI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--This release announces court decision in P&G case against Clio USA regarding Crest Whitestrips IP infringement.
September 23 2014
State agents search the Mahoning County Auditors office
Ohio
Agents from the Ohio Attorney General's Office executed a search warrant at the Mahoning County Auditor's Office Monday afternoon. Auditor Michael Sciortino confirmed to 21 News that the search is related to the Oakhill investigation, for which he is currently under indictment.
September 23 2014
Ohio early voting lawsuit could cause problems in other states, state attorney warns
Ohio
A federal court decision finding Ohio's plentiful early voting days too restrictive could have ramifications for dozens of other states, attorneys defending Ohio law in a voting rights lawsuit warned in a brief filed Monday.
September 22 2014
Two Mississippi sisters press the fight for voting rights
Ohio
Georgetown University history professor Michael Kazin is seated among the students for his class, “U.S. in the 1960s.”
September 22 2014
Hotel California liquor license in limbo
Ohio
Hotel California liquor license in limbo
September 22 2014
The Moby Dick is Minor League Baseball's whale of a sandwich
Prospect, ohio
Marc Normandin takes on a fish sandwich challenge meant for two at a quiet minor league park. I have eaten a lot of meat at baseball parks this summer. Specifically, at major league baseball parks. So, when one of the concessions I hoped to eat became an impossibility thanks to a changed menu, it was time to mess with the formula and find something different from everything else I've put in my ...
September 21 2014
Ohio Supreme Court Approves Strip-Mining State Park Land
Ohio
The talk of the town when alarming court decisions come down turns inevitably toward precedent, and this one should be tripping emergency sensors the state over.
September 21 2014
Seeing is believing in police-citizen encounters
Ohio
As the nation wrestles with how police and citizens interact — especially after recent police shootings of unarmed men — body cameras for police officers have quietly been put to use in Butler County.
September 21 2014
Judge Tracie Hunter again asks judge in her case to recuse himself
Hamilton, Ohio
There were fireworks in court Tuesday on day seven of Judge Tracie Hunter’s trial.
September 20 2014
House moves to block EPA water rules
Toledo, Ohio
The Republican-controlled House is moving to block the Obama administration from implementing a rule that asserts regulatory authority over many of the nation's streams and wetlands. Critics say
September 19 2014
City plans to appeal court's income-tax-credit ruling
Columbus, Ohio
The city of Gahanna will appeal a Sept. 11 Franklin County Common Pleas Court decision that would leave the city owing millions in refunds to taxpayers.
September 19 2014
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