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Format: 2016-06-30
Format: 2016-06-30
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Supreme Court of Ohio: Attorney who engaged in “grave” misconduct is suspended indefinitely 06/30/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter In a 4-3 decision issued this week, the Supreme Court of Ohio adopted the recommendation of the Board of Professional Conduct and indefinitely suspended a Cincinnati attorney from the practice of law...
No checkbook or cash? No problem - bank cards now accepted at Ohio BMV 06/30/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles kept its word ... or tweet, that is. On Twitter last week, the BMV (@Ohio_BMV) posted: “You asked (and) we listened! Soon all deputy registrar locations will...
Two men start farm in Licking County, selling everything from vegetables to soap 06/30/2016 ELISSA COLLOPY Daily Reporter Jeff Wince and Chad Snelling never expected to own their own farm. But lo and behold, they now have dairy goats, chickens, heritage breed turkeys, guinea fowl, ducks, geese, sheep, bees, and an...
Annual 'Guns-N-Hoses' blood drive encourages, rewards Red Cross donors 06/30/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter Central Ohio police officers and firefighters plan to join forces in friendly competition this July for the 21st annual American Red Cross Guns-N-Hoses campaign to increase the number of blood...
Father who made meth in his backyard shed has appeal denied 06/30/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter In State v. Wells the 12th District Court of Appeals recently ruled that a man was properly sentenced for making meth and storing the ingredients to make the drug in his home. Christopher Wells, who...
Court ruling imperils abortion laws in many states 06/30/2016 DAVID CRARY AP NEW YORK (AP) — By striking down tough abortion restrictions in Texas, the U.S. Supreme Court has emboldened abortion-rights activists nationwide and imperiled a range of anti-abortion laws in...
Texas may not restore lost abortion clinics despite ruling 06/30/2016 PAUL J. WEBER AP AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Long wait times for abortions and lengthy drives to clinics are likely to continue in Texas for months and maybe years despite the U.S. Supreme Court striking down...
Justice quest goes on after 'Freedom Summer' court cases end 06/30/2016 JEFF AMY AP JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The search for courtroom justice has ended in the 1964 “Freedom Summer” killings of three civil rights workers in Mississippi’s Neshoba County, but more...
Airport security fix: Better training - for humans and dogs 06/30/2016 DAVID KOENIG AP GLYNCO, Ga. — Covering their ears, 192 future airport security officers watched from a grandstand as Larry Colburn detonates a plastic-explosives device like the one carried by the underwear...
Columbus-based Crane Group takes majority ownership of Pet Paradise 06/29/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter Pet Paradise’s success providing top-notch pet boarding, day camp and grooming for man’s best friend throughout the seven U.S. states it currently serves has captured the attention of...
Dayton attorney suspended for third time 06/29/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The Supreme Court of Ohio recently adopted a recommendation from the Board of Professional Conduct and suspended Dayton attorney John Joseph Scaccia from the practice of law. The divided high court...
Coal terminal plan pits jobs against environmental concerns 06/29/2016 JANIE HAR AP OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The promise of good, blue-collar jobs in a depressed area is running headlong into environmental sensitivities as officials in Northern California consider a plan to...
Fake monks? Buddhist leaders warn New York City tourists to be wary 06/29/2016 MICHAEL BALSAMO AP NEW YORK (AP) — New York City Buddhist leaders are sounding the alarm to tourists: Beware the “fake monks.” Men in orange robes claiming to be Buddhist monks are approaching...
Special shoe collection is a prized possession for baseball's Adam Jones 06/29/2016 KRISTIE RIEKEN AP HOUSTON (AP) — Adam Jones recently procured the final pieces of an extremely rare shoe collection. Just how exclusive is this footwear? Even with a multimillion-dollar salary and the perks that...
Apparent conflicts of interest may dog Tesla-SolarCity deal 06/29/2016 MICHAEL LIEDTKE and BERNARD CONDO AP SAN FRANCISCO — It’s a proposal that would unite two companies on shaky financial ground as they plow into relatively new markets.  One makes electric cars, the other installs solar...
Program lets Boston commuters drive some, cycle the remainder of the trip 06/29/2016 BOB SALSBERG AP BOSTON — Traffic is crawling bumper to bumper on Soldiers Field Road, a major artery leading to Cambridge and downtown Boston, as Mark Rabinsky parks his car near the Charles River, takes out...
After Orlando, some businesses stress LGBT inclusivity moves 06/29/2016 JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP NEW YORK — Some small business owners already working to make their companies more welcoming to LGBT employees say the massacre at a gay dance club in Orlando gives them an impetus to make more...
Browse free or die? New Hampshire library is at privacy fore 06/29/2016 LYNNE TUOHY AP LEBANON, N.H. — A small library in New Hampshire sits at the forefront of global efforts to promote privacy and fight government surveillance — to the consternation of law enforcement....
Court upholds man's conviction, life sentence 06/28/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter A Franklin County man serving life in prison for a 2012 murder will remain incarcerated after he lost his appeal to the 10th District Court of Appeals. Maxamillion Williams was sentenced in the...
Kasich gets bill tweaking public records dispute process 06/28/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter A bipartisan effort establishing a purportedly more efficient process for Ohioans whose public records requests have hit a snag has made its way to Gov. John Kasich for his signature. The Ohio Senate...
Numerous sources exist for funding start-up businesses 06/28/2016 ELISSA COLLOPY Daily Reporter Finding capital is often a major barrier for entrepreneurs pursuing a new idea or starting their own business, and many new businesses fail to due insufficient funding. To support the development of...
Battelle awards $565,000 for out-of-classroom learning 06/28/2016 ELISSA COLLOPY Daily Reporter From maple syrup to computer coding, solar balloons to young gardeners, Central Ohio kids will have new out-of-classroom learning opportunities thanks to grants from Battelle. Battelle has awarded $...
Fading fishermen: A historic industry faces a warming world 06/28/2016 PATRICK WHITTLE AP SEABROOK, N.H. — The cod isn’t just a fish to David Goethel. It’s his identity, his ticket to middle-class life, his link to a historic industry. “I paid for my education, my...
In a first, Mideast hub Dubai eases liquor rules for Ramadan 06/28/2016 JON GAMBRELL AP DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Dubai, the Mideast’s desert party town, has just gotten even wetter. The city-state is breaking new ground with its decision to loosen rules prohibiting day-...
Franken ready to unleash wit and wisdom on Clinton's behalf 06/28/2016 CATHERINE LUCEY AP WASHINGTON — For years, Sen. Al Franken has kept one of his most potent political weapons in check: his wit. The former “Saturday Night Live” comic was determined to establish...
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