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At center of SCOTUS gay marriage case, a story of love amid crippling disease
Ohio
There are more than 30 plaintiffs in the gay marriage lawsuits that will be argued before the Supreme Court this month. But the case that will go down in history is named for just one, Jim Obergefell, a 48-year-old real estate salesman from Cincinnati who is battling Ohio over a word the state...
April 14 2015
Gay marriage case before Supreme Court is a battle over one word: single
Ohio
There are more than 30 plaintiffs in the gay marriage lawsuits that will be argued before the Supreme Court this month. But the case that will go down in history is named for just one, Jim Obergefell, a 48-year-old real estate salesman from Cincinnati who is battling Ohio over a word the state...
April 14 2015
Preview on same-sex marriage — Part II, The states’ views
Ohio
This is the second post in a four-part series on the written arguments that have been filed in the same-sex marriage cases at the Supreme Court. This post covers the briefs of the four states in defense of their state bans. At the oral argument on April 28, John J. Bursch of Lansing, Michigan, a […]
April 14 2015
Why police officer Michael Slager will likely not go to jail: In last 10 years, jurors set most cha
Cleveland, Ohio
“Among the thousands of fatal police shootings since 2005, only 54 officers were charged, an analysis found. In the resolved cases, most were cleared or acquitted
April 13 2015
Few prosecutions among thousands of fatal shootings by on-duty police
Cleveland, Ohio
By Kimberly Kindy and Kimbriell Kelly The Washington Post On a rainy night five years ago, Officer Coleman "Duke" Brackney set off in pursuit of a suspected drunken driver, chasing his black Mazda Miata down rural Arkansas roads at speeds of
April 13 2015
Ohio lawmaker takes preemptive step in case U.S. Supreme Court overturns Ohio's gay marriage ba
Ohio
A new bill is being introduced at the Ohio Statehouse that would allow religious leaders to refuse to marry same-sex couples in Ohio. Statehouse correspondent Jo Ingles reports.
April 11 2015
Local lawmaker would shield ministers, others from gay weddings
Warren, Ohio
Warren County Rep. Ron Maag wants co-sponsors for his proposal to give “licensed individuals” discretion whether to perform marriage ceremonies that oppose their religious beliefs. State Rep. Kyle Koehler, R-Springfield, said ministers in Ohio should be allowed to refuse to marry gay couples. Gov. John Kasich joined those opposing Maag’s proposed religious-freedom bill. On Thursday, Kasich said ...
April 11 2015
Verdict reached in trial of former Navy SEAL accused of lying about shooting
Massillon, ohio
AKRON, Ohio- A verdict has been reached in the case of a former Navy SEAL; it will be announced shortly. *Stay with FOX 8 News for the latest* Christopher Heben, 45, is accused of lying about being shot in the parking lot of a busy shopping plaza. He told Bath Township police he’d been shot […]
April 10 2015
Roosa murders led to Warren’s only execution
Ohio
Local history column by Rosalie Yoakam: On August 24, 1866, the only execution ever performed in Warren County was carried out.
April 08 2015
Trooper fired; Lorain police officer fined
Ohio
AMHERST — When Ohio Highway Patrol Trooper Tammy Soto found a fellow law enforcement officer had been driving the wrong way on the highway last fall, she initially gave him a ride, not a citation, according to the patrol. That act — in part — cost Soto her job. Lt. Craig Cvetan of the Ohio Read More... The post Trooper fired; Lorain police officer fined appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram ...
April 08 2015
City passes resolution supporting marriage equality
Ohio
PORTSMOUTH — The City Council voted 7-2 to support a resolution offered by Assistant Mayor Jim Splaine in support of marriage equality for gays and lesbians.
April 08 2015
Sanford Heisler Kimpel Files $50 Million Class And Collective Action Against Boston Scientific Neur
Ohio
Felicia Medina, Sanford Heisler Kimpel's California Managing Partner, and Xinying Valerian, Senior Litigation Counsel in the firm's San Francisco office, represent Denise Fretter and Maria Korsgaard, individually and on behalf of a class of similarly situated female employees. Fretter is a Regional Sales Manager at BSNC in Ohio, and Korsgaard was a Territory Manager for the Company in Nevada.
April 05 2015
Heben Juror: Prosecution didn't prove case
Ohio
One of the jurors who decided the fate of Chris Heben said there was "some doubt" about the testimony of the former Navy SEAL, but ultimately the prosecution failed to prove its case.
April 05 2015
VERDICT REACHED: Former Navy SEAL not guilty
Ohio
A jury at Akron Municipal Court acquitted a former Navy SEAL on allegations that he lied to police about a shooting.
April 05 2015
Explosive issue divides church leaders
Ohio
Some church leaders differ on religious freedom laws, but oppose discrimination.
April 04 2015
SMU thwarts Owls for third time
Ohio
The Mustangs outscored Temple, 43-26, in the second half of a conference-tournament semifinal en route to the 69-56 victory Saturday. The post SMU thwarts Owls for third time appeared first on The Temple News .
April 04 2015
Obama claims 'a little credit' for recovery, slams GOP plans
Ohio
President Barack Obama is challenging Republican budget priorities, saying they are based on economic theories that do not work. He cites the current economic recovery as evidence that his own economic policies have...
April 04 2015
Cousin ruled to be insane, not guilty in Norwalk baby's death
Ohio
Former University of Toledo student suffered from a mental illness when he fatally stabbed 11-week-old girl.
April 02 2015
The Misdirected Zeal of Same-Sex Marriage Converts
Ohio
It is immoral to discriminate against gays — and irrational to make a religious freedom law in Indiana the focus of the gay-rights movement.
April 01 2015
Kentucky files brief with US Supreme Court arguing that gay marriage ban doesn't discriminate
Ohio
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Steve Beshear's administration is arguing in a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court that Kentucky's ban on gay marriage isn't discriminatory because it bars both gay and straight people from same-sex unions.
March 31 2015
Kentucky: Gay marriage ban not biased, applies to everyone
Ohio
FRANKFORT, Kentucky (AP) " Kentucky's government is arguing in a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court that the state's ban on gay marriage isn't discriminatory because it bars both gay and straight people from same-sex unions.The...
March 31 2015
Kentucky argues gay marriage ban not biased
Ohio
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Gov. Steve Beshear's administration is arguing in a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court that Kentucky's ban on gay marriage isn't discriminatory because it bars both gay and straight people from same-sex unions.
March 31 2015
The Pretender:The case of Christian Longo
Ohio
A husband accused of killing his wife and children turns up in Mexico impersonating a former New York Times reporter -- and strikes up a bizarre friendship with the journalist
March 30 2015
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
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