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Victim’s testimony enough for attempted murder conviction, appeals court rules 07/29/2014 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter In an opinion released late last week, the 10th District Court of Appeals ruled that the state did not need to present physical evidence to support a man’s convictions for attempted murder and...
Witness recants testimony, but murderers lose appeal 07/29/2014 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter Last week the judgment of the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas was affirmed when the Eighth District Court of Appeals ruled that Laurese Glover and Derrick Wheatt were properly denied their...
Bill would limit Controlling Board’s funding authority 07/29/2014 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter In campaigning for the passage of Senate Bill 228, Sen. Christopher Widener has said the measure would establish “clear-cut and common sense” boundaries for the Ohio Controlling Board...
Lawmaker renews call for increased charter school oversight 07/29/2014 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter In response to a recent state Board of Education meeting, Rep. John Patterson has restated his belief that accountability at charter schools is needed now more than ever. During the regularly-...
Judges rule tugging match over child was violent behavior 07/29/2014 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter An Ashland County man’s disorderly conduct conviction was recently affirmed when the Fifth District Court of Appeals ruled that a tugging match involving a small child constituted violent or...
Appeals court reluctantly agrees with 15-year sentence for gun possession 07/29/2014 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter A panel of judges in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit recently affirmed the judgment of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, which imposed a mandatory 15...
Global tensions can’t dent enthusiasm for stocks 07/29/2014 STEVE ROTHWELL Daily Reporter A war breaks out between Israel and Hamas. An airliner is shot out of the sky in Ukraine. A Portuguese bank’s finances look shaky. And the U.S. stock market’s response? After dipping...
Hyperbaric oxygen chambers becoming more common at hospitals 07/29/2014 ROSA SALTER RODRIGUEZ AP FORT WAYNE, Ind. (AP) — Gregory Clark likes to bring a couple of funny movies to his appointments at the Center for Wound Healing at Parkview Health’s Randallia campus in Fort Wayne, Ind...
Not in my backyard: U.S. sending dirty coal abroad 07/29/2014 DINA CAPPIELLO AP NEWPORT NEWS, Va. — Coal from Appalachia rumbles into this port city, 150 railroad cars at a time, bound for the belly of the massive cargo ship Prime Lily. The ship soon sets sail for South...
Court rules murderer’s statements to police are valid 07/28/2014 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit recently affirmed the judgment of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio in its ruling that a murder suspect’s...
Conviction stands for Detroit man who sold crack in Mansfield 07/28/2014 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter A Fifth District Court of Appeals panel recently affirmed convictions for a Detroit man found selling crack cocaine in Mansfield. The METRICH Enforcement Unit, a branch of law enforcement focusing on...
House Judiciary Committee revises medical ‘apology statute’ legislation 07/28/2014 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter State lawmakers have moved to amend a piece of proposed legislation that would allow doctors to offer apologies to patients and families without being held liable. The House Judiciary committee...
Senator proposes naming highway after ex-Gov. Strickland 07/28/2014 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter A stretch of highway currently designated as the Marine Corps League Memorial Highway could be used to honor former Governor Ted Strickland. Senate Bill 256 would designate a portion of U.S. Route 33...
Turning 50, Upward Bound still opens pathway to college 07/28/2014 DAVID CRARY Daily Reporter Nervous but determined, the 15-year-old boy walked into a conference room in Columbus for a fateful interview. If it went well, perhaps he’d have a chance to be the first member of his...
Get paid for posts? Social networking’s new twist 07/28/2014 AP SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook and most other social networks are built on the premise that just about everything should be shared —except the money those posts produce. At least two services...
Women business owners face gender gap, report says 07/28/2014 JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP NEW YORK — Women who own small business are still far behind their male counterparts when it comes to getting loans and government contracts, a congressional report said Wednesday. The report...
Jeter turns small part of attention to business world 07/28/2014 RONALD BLUM AP NEW YORK — Pedestrians craned their necks as Derek Jeter stood in front of a food truck parked across the street from Central Park. As the New York Yankees captain winds down his baseball life...
Appeals court rules defendant can keep forfeited property 07/26/2014 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter A panel of judges in the First District Court of Appeals recently ruled that the Hamilton County Court of Common Pleas should have granted a defendant’s motion to return property seized...
Appeals court rules prison guard used excessive force on inmate 07/25/2014 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit reversed a district court’s ruling in an excessive-force lawsuit for the second time in recent weeks when it found Phillip Cordell...
Bill would hold private police officers to public records standard 07/25/2014 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter State Reps. Michael Henne and Heather Bishoff have crafted a bipartisan bill that would require privately-employed police forces to follow the same public records laws as public police forces....
Thief who robbed victim at gunpoint loses appeal; but resentencing set 07/25/2014 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter A three-judge panel in the 10th District Court of Appeals released an opinion this week affirming a man’s conviction for aggravated robbery but remanding the matter for new sentencing. The...
Court finds SWAT team properly entered home during man's arrest 07/25/2014 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter The 10th District Court of Appeals recently affirmed a Franklin County Court of Common Pleas ruling finding that members of the Reynoldsburg Police Department were legally in a man’s home when...
Shopping centers adjust to online competition 07/25/2014 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter When Urban Land Institute Columbus released its 2014 forecast of real estate trends in Central Ohio, the report pegged the retail industry as continuing an evolution triggered by the rise of online...
Abandoned horses keep flooding already overtaxed rescue centers 07/25/2014 SUE MANNING AP CHINO HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Almost every horse rescue in the country is running out of room or money as they continue to be strained by an influx of abandoned equines, a trend that began during...
Seniors use roommate-finding agencies to cut costs 07/25/2014 Not Available AP NEW YORK (AP) — It’s not exactly “The Golden Girls,” but for Marcia Rosenfeld, it’ll do. Rosenfeld is among thousands of aging Americans taking part in home-sharing...
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