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NetJets avoids $500M IRS claim
Ohio
The private jet-sharing company has beaten an IRS lawsuit looking to recoup more than $500 million of unpaid taxes and penalties.
January 27 2015
Berkshire's NetJets defeats $500 million IRS tax claim
New York
NetJets Inc, the private jet-sharing company owned by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc , has defeated a U.S. Internal Revenue Service lawsuit attempting to recoup more than $500 million of unpaid taxes, penalties and interest. U.S. District Judge Edmund Sargus in Columbus, Ohio, said on Monday that the IRS was bound by guidance it gave a NetJets predecessor in 1992 over when to collect ...
January 27 2015
Supreme Court will take up Michigan same-sex marriage case
Ohio
Supreme Court will review an appellate ruling that upheld bans on same-sex unions in four states.
January 23 2015
Protesters from area March for Life
Oregon
WASHINGTON — As northwest Ohioans joined the 42nd March for Life on Thursday, headed to the U.S. Supreme Court building, Bishop Daniel Thomas led the local contingent of about 1,000 people while reciting the rosary with a megaphone.
January 23 2015
If LSU Goes for Transfer QB, Would Braxton Miller or Everett Golson Be Best Bet?
Ohio
LSU could use Braxton Miller , Everett Golson and/or somebody else to play quarterback. The Tigers cannot win the SEC next season if Anthony Jennings returns as the starting quarterback. Jennings' limitations as a passer were evident, as he completed no more than 50 percent of his passes in nine of 13 games in 2014. That will not cut it. There is still hope for Brandon Harris, who at times ...
January 22 2015
Oklahoma executes first inmate since botched lethal injection in April
Ohio
(CNN) — Richard Glossip has spent 17 years in a tiny cell in H Unit of the Oklahoma State Penitentiary, close to the death chamber. Every execution is a reminder that his turn will come one day. He got that reminder again Thursday when Charles Warner became the first inmate to be executed in Oklahoma […]
January 22 2015
Botched Oklahoma execution haunts inmate as death nears
Ohio
(CNN) -- Richard Glossip has spent 17 years in a tiny cell in H Unit of the Oklahoma State Penitentiary, close to the death chamber. Every execution is a reminder that his turn will come one day.
January 22 2015
Botched execution haunts inmate
Ohio
Convict Richard Glossip has spent 17 years in a tiny cell in Oklahoma State Penitentiary, close to the death chamber. Every execution is a reminder that his turn will come one day.
January 22 2015
'I am worried they will botch it again'
Ohio
Oklahoma is resuming executions using variations of drug formula that led to one of the longest executions in U.S. history.
January 22 2015
Prosecutor to appeal decision to vacate Girts’ murder plea, sentence
Cleveland, Ohio
An appeals court vacated the involuntary manslaughter plea and indefinite sentence of the former Poland embalmer
January 22 2015
Toledo bishop to protest in D.C.
Ohio
WASHINGTON — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo will be solidly represented today at the national March for Life in Washington, a protest of the 1973 Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court decision permitting abortion.
January 22 2015
The Year In Hashtags
Ohio
Or, the three words that defined 2014, according to our entirely unscientific research. read more
January 21 2015
Gay marriage decision could have 2016 impact
Ohio
The Supreme Court jumped into the same-sex marriage debate again, deciding Friday to hear arguments this spring on the question of whether states have the right to ban same-sex couples from getting married.
January 21 2015
Court: Architecture firm responsible in hospital Legionnaire’s case
Ohio
The Ohio Second Court of Appeals has ruled an architecture firm should be held financially responsible for a deadly Legionnaire’s outbreak at Miami Valley Hospital in 2011. The court last week upheld a decision by the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, finding architecture firm NBBJ L.L.C. breached its contract with the hospital and its parent company, Premiere Health Partners, in a summary ...
January 21 2015
Year in Review: July - Children left on School Bus; Vernon eyes Camp Sussex; Lightning fire destroy
Ohio
The top headlines from July 2014. The top headlines from July 2014. Grace Honigsberg, of Branchville, holds one of her goats that she would like to show at the New Jersey State Fair this summer.
January 20 2015
Judge declares mistrial in Brian Adkison case
Ohio
After more than seven hours of jury deliberation, Judge Christine Carpenter declared a mistrial in the case against Brian Adkison.
January 20 2015
Lawyer Defeats Union County Corporation in Pivotal Discrimination Case
Ohio
Sylvia I. Onyejekwe, Esq. is one of first in State of New Jersey to win a discrimination case based on Nigerian National Origin Discrimination (PRWeb December 29, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/12/prweb12415971.htm
January 20 2015
Retail Sales, U.S. Banks, Golden Globes: Week Ahead Jan. 10-17
Ohio
Retail sales in the U.S., where consumer spending accounts for almost 70 percent of the economy, probably cooled in December, data in the coming week may show.
January 20 2015
What Could US Supreme Court Decision On Same-Sex Marriage Mean For Missouri?
Ohio
(Missourinet) - The United States Supreme Court has said it will take up same-sex marriage in its current term.The Court said in October it would not hear appeals on the issue. That was before a federal appeals court decision to uphold bans on same-sex marriage in Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan and Kentucky. That created a split between the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals and other appellate courts who ...
January 20 2015
US Supreme Court to decide if states can ban gay marriage
Michigan
The court said it would hear cases concerning marriage restrictions in Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee.
January 17 2015
US Supreme Court to Decide on Same-Sex 'Marriage'
Union, Washington
The U. S. Supreme Court granted a request Friday to review the November 2014 decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit upholding the constitutionality of marriage laws in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee.
January 17 2015
Supreme Court to hear gay marriage cases
Ohio
WASHINGTON, D.C. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Friday afternoon, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear gay marriage cases involving Michigan and three other states.
January 17 2015
Local couple part of gay marriage case to be heard by US Supreme Court
Ohio
.One of the cases at the center of the debate is from metro Detroit - April DeBoer and Jayne Rowse.
January 17 2015
Supreme Court decision to hear same sex marriage could have big Utah implications
Ohio
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 Utah) - The U.S. Supreme Court has now decided to take up the same-sex marriage issue. It could have a large impact on same sex marriage in Utah. It's possible a ruling could expand rights for same sex couples or restart Utah's fight against same sex marriage.
January 17 2015
Utahns welcome U.S. Supreme Court decision to hear same-sex marriage cases
Ohio
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether same-sex couples have a right to marry everywhere in America under the Constitution ---a potentially historic ruling that Utahns on both sides of the debate say they welcome. Justices on Friday said they will...
January 17 2015
Column: Maybe Joe will get his statue back, too
Ohio
Feckless, arrogant, self-aggrandizing, inept - if you needed just one episode to illustrate everything wrong about Mark Emmert's tenure as NCAA boss, he just handed it over, tied up with a bow. No matter how Emmert and his lawyers try to spin it, the settlement announced Friday in the Penn State case was another big blow. Gone are the last of the sanctions levied against the school and coach Joe ...
January 17 2015
Ellen DeGeneres, Hollywood React to Supreme Court Decision to Rule on Same-Sex Marriage
California
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to rule on marriage equality, much to the relief of many Hollywood notables including Ellen DeGeneres. “The thing that changed the civil rights movement was when white people got involved and started marching. The Supreme Court justices have agreed to hear consolidated arguments from four different cases — involving Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee — in ...
January 16 2015
Supreme Court to decide if states can ban gay marriage
Union, Washington
By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday agreed to decide whether states can ban gay marriage, delving into a contentious social issue in what will be one of the most anticipated rulings of the year. The court, in a brief order, said it would hear cases concerning marriage restrictions in Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio and Tennessee. The plaintiffs include two nurses ...
January 16 2015
Judge declares mistrial in rape case
Ohio
The jury trial for Brian Adkison, 25, of Columbia ended with a not guilty verdict on one count, and a hung jury on the other two counts. Adkison was charged with forcible rape, burglary, and deviate sexual activity stemming from a May 2013 incident in which he was accused of breaking into a house and raping an ex-girlfriend. Read more
January 16 2015
The Time Muhammad Ali's Hero Turned Him Into A Dish Washer
Ohio
In the video above, you will see a young Muhammad Ali, still Cassius Clay then, beating the brakes off Archie Moore in 1962. Moore was 48 years old at the time, and was once the fighter Ali admired above all others. That changed the year before this bout, though, when Ali finally got a chance to train with Moore. Read more...
January 15 2015
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