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Excessive Police Force Cases Spark Racial Violence
Scott, Ohio
The August 2014 shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by white police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, re-ignited long-standing racial tensions in the predominantly African-American community, touching off days of riots and angry demonstrations. Now residents await a grand jury decision on whether or not to indict the shooter: a decisive chapter in a story some Americans ...
November 21 2014
Marquette comes calling on No. 20 Ohio State
Georgia
The Marquette Golden Eagles will try to make it two wins in a row to start the Steve Wojciechowski era, although doing so won't be easy as the team hits the road to challenge the 20th-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes on Tuesday night.
November 21 2014
House GOP sues President Obama over healthcare law
Ohio
House Republicans have filed a lawsuit against President Obama over his healthcare law, Speaker John Boehner announced Friday, making good on a resolution passed in July.
November 21 2014
House Republicans sue President Obama over healthcare law
Ohio
House Republicans have filed a lawsuit against President Obama over his healthcare law, Speaker John Boehner announced Friday, making good on a resolution passed in July.
November 21 2014
Ohio Valley, West Virginia
Forest, Ohio
There is no learned intermediary doctrine in West Virginia, you say? After all, wasn’t it extinguished once and for all thanks to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals’ well reasoned holding in West Virginia ex rel. Johnson and Johnson Corp. v. Karl, 647 S.E.2d 899, 913-14 (W. Va. 2007) where the Court “decline[d] to […]
November 21 2014
Tech Underbelly: Indentured Servitude and Bonded Labor in the US
Ohio
A labor collusion pact with the aim of suppressing pay levels among Apple, Google, Microsoft, Pixar, and others, demonstrated that the idea that Silicon Valley plays fairly is an illusion. But even more unsavory abuses occur further down the food chain. H1-B visa workers, who are generally held in low esteem in the US since they compete with Americans, take a risk when they sign up with labor ...
November 18 2014
Woman says fellow jurors pressured her into agreeing to death sentence for man who killed couple
Ohio
"I had one juror get in my face saying, ‘I can’t believe you wouldn’t give this kid the death penalty. What’s wrong with you; something’s wrong with you.'"
November 18 2014
Another Tracie Hunter juror cries foul
Ohio
A third juror says she felt pressured into voting to convict the suspended juvenile court judge, her attorney said Friday.
November 17 2014
Black jurors who convicted Cincy judge change minds
Ohio
Tracie Hunter looks back at her supporters during opening statements in her corruption trial. / The Enquirer/Leigh Taylor Now, the three blacks on Hunter's jury of 12 have filed sworn statements noting that while they originally found Hunter guilty on one of the nine felonies charged against her, that isn't their verdict.
November 17 2014
Local Move to Amend hosts David Cobb Tuesday, Oct. 21, at Jubilee!
Green, Ohio
Buncombe County activists will host the Move to Amend coalition‘s spokesperson and 2004 Green Party presidential candidate, David Cobb, on Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 7 p.m., at Jubilee! Community’s Celebration Space in Asheville. Cobb’s stop in Asheville is part of a national tour to raise awareness about corporate influence in U.S. politics following a 2010 […]
November 16 2014
FOX19 INVESTIGATES: ODOT claims ‘no evidence’ guardrails a problem
Alabama
Amid a FOX19 investigation, the Ohio Department of Transportation decided last week to stop purchases of a guardrail end that a whistleblower claims has killed and severely injured more than 1,000 people across the country. The ODOT announcement is irrelevant, though. The guardrail end maker stopped shipping the end nearly two weeks before ODOT decided to act.The guardrail end, called the ET ...
November 16 2014
Court ruling leaves Ohio's same-sex couples waiting for recognition
Liberty, Kentucky
Local same-sex couples who are married or want to be are in limbo after the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld Ohio's ban on gay marriage.
November 16 2014
Israeli police kill suspected Palestinian shooter
Warren, Ohio
Israeli authorities closed off all access to a sensitive Jerusalem holy site Thursday, after police killed a Palestinian man suspected of trying to assassinate a hard-line Jewish activist well known for his efforts to...
November 15 2014
Police: Abducted woman's fight helped save life
Warren, Ohio
A woman who was abducted from a city street is resting at her home in Philadelphia, one day after she was rescued and her alleged captor arrested.
November 15 2014
Beshear chooses Luallen to serve as Ky. lt. gov.
Warren, Ohio
Luallen will replace Jerry Abramson, the former longtime Louisville mayor who is stepping down as lieutenant governor to accept a job in President Barack Obama's administration.
November 15 2014
Immigration, Keystone top first day of lame duck
Warren, Ohio
Republicans controlling the House are divided over whether to fund the government for a couple of months past a December deadline to maintain leverage over President Barack Obama on immigration or to pass a full-year...
November 15 2014
Justice says gay daughter prompted ban reflection
Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — As Ohio's gay marriage ban is appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, a state high court justice is divulging that his daughter is gay and that her situation has made him view the st
November 15 2014
Ohio Republican justice with lesbian daughter says marriage ban means inadequate protections
Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A Republican justice on the Ohio Supreme Court says the legal obstacles facing his lesbian daughter, her partner and their two children have made him view the state's protections for same-sex couples and their families as inadequate.
November 15 2014
Another top Ohio Republican speaks on gay marriage
Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A Republican justice on the Ohio Supreme Court says the legal obstacles facing his lesbian daughter, her partner and their two children have made him view the state's protections for same-sex couples and their families as inadequate.
November 15 2014
First challenge to Sixth Circuit on same-sex marriage
Ohio
Claiming that the federal appeals court ruling that interrupted the string of decisions in favor of same-sex marriage was “riddled with flaws,” four married couples and two surviving spouses of same-sex marriages on Friday filed the first Supreme Court challenge to that ruling. (The case has been docketed as 14-556.) Although the joint petition in […]
November 14 2014
Federal Court upholds Tennessee's gay marriage laws
Ohio
Federal appeals court upholds laws against gay marriage in Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, Tennessee.
November 14 2014
Ohio man says wife's remains were lost in the mail
Ohio
The cremated remains of an Ohio woman that were supposed to be delivered to her husband didn't arrive as scheduled or in time for her funeral, and now the U.S. Postal Service is trying to figure out what happened to...
November 13 2014
Supreme Court Justice Calls For Constitutional Changes
Ohio
Ohio Supreme Court Justice Paul E. Pfeifer told members of the Ohio Constitutional Modernization Commission that the state's ban on same sex marriage should be removed from the constitution.
November 13 2014
FOX19 INVESTIGATES: While ODOT waits, Virginia wastes no time on guardrail decision
Alabama
Nearly one month after a federal jury in Texas found Trinity Industries guilty of fraud, the Virginia Transportation Department (VDOT) is taking steps to rid its highways of the ET-PLUS guardrail end treatment. While VDOT acts, Ohio's Transportation agency continues to take a wait and see approach.
November 13 2014
Uncertainty clouds gay marriage in Kansas
Ohio
As gay rights activists celebrate a U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriages in Kansas, the court clerk in the most populous county won't grant licenses to gay couples until a separate legal case is...
November 13 2014
Supreme Court lifts hold on gay marriage in Kansas
Ohio
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — As gay rights activists celebrate a U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriages in Kansas, the court clerk in the most populous county won't grant licenses to gay couples until a separate legal case is resolved before the state's highest court.
November 13 2014
Uncertainty clouds Kansas gay marriage ruling
Ohio
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — As gay rights activists celebrate a U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex marriages in Kansas, the court clerk in the most populous county won't grant licenses to gay couples until a separate legal case is resolved before the state's highest court.
November 13 2014
Supreme Court ruling opens way for DUI-machine challenges
Ohio
In the face of an Ohio Supreme Court decision, the Ohio Department of Health has reversed course on whether it can share past test results from Intoxilyzer 8000 alcohol breath-test machines with defense attorneys.
November 13 2014
Second murder trial underway for Salem man
Ohio
A Columbiana County man is on trial for the second time for the murder of a Salem man. The trial of 36-year-old Christopher Miller of Salem is underway in Columbiana County Common Pleas court.
November 12 2014
Appeals court upholds 4 same-sex marriage bans
Warner, Oklahoma
A federal appeals court allowed four states to prohibit same-sex unions — a decision that could force the U.S. Supreme Court to take up the issue. In a 2-1 ruling Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reversed lower court rulings in Ohio, Michigan, Tennessee and Kentucky that struck down same-sex marriage […]
November 12 2014
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