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Supreme Court of Ohio: Justices rule a separate sentencing opinion only necessary when jury recommends death penalty 02/11/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The Ohio Supreme Court this week ruled that a judge was not required to issue a separate sentencing opinion when he was compelled to impose a sentence recommended by a jury. Larry Stewart appealed to...
Bill amendment would protect local hiring provision for ODOT-led Cleveland project 02/11/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter In a third hearing by House committee members, opponents of a Senate measure Republicans say will promote economic development and job security for Ohio workers were able to secure protection for a...
Boomers see health care changes as they enter Golden Years 02/11/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter Baby boomers can cite many firsts for their generation — growing up with television, being the seemingly lifelong target of carefully crafted advertising campaigns and a close association to...
The 'agrihood': New homes built around working farms 02/11/2016 DEAN FOSDICK AP Gated communities with houses clustered around golf courses, swimming pools, party rooms and fitness centers are common in many suburban areas. But homes built adjacent to functioning farms? Welcome...
Eight states had significant drop in uninsured 02/11/2016 RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR AP WASHINGTON (AP) — Eight states saw a significant drop last year in the number of residents going without health insurance, according to a government report out Tuesday that has implications for...
Japan worried about 2020 problem, or life after the Olympics 02/11/2016 YURI KAGEYAMA AP TOKYO — Japan is gearing up for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics with gusto, investing in everything from stadiums to electric cars, and expecting an economic bonanza from a construction frenzy and an...
Legislatures consider special protections for gun industry 02/11/2016 MELISSA HELLMANN AP TOPEKA, Kan. — A terse letter from Andrew Clyde’s credit card-processing company explained it was discontinuing his corporate account because his Georgia firearms business “no...
Iowa city struggles to fill 128-year-old former hospital 02/11/2016 ALEKSANDRA VUJICIC AP CLARINDA, Iowa — The 128-year-old former mental health institute in the small southwest Iowa city of Clarinda isn’t your typical real estate opportunity, and so far no one is rushing to...
U.N. agency proposes greenhouse gas emissions rules for planes 02/11/2016 JOAN LOWY and MICHAEL BIESECKER AP WASHINGTON — A U.N. panel has proposed long-sought greenhouse gas emissions standards for airliners and cargo planes, drawing praise from the White House and criticism from environmentalists...
Appeal denied for man who continued to download child porn after FBI raid 02/10/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter In the 8th District Court of Appeals, three empaneled judges recently affirmed a Cleveland man’s 11-year prison sentence for child pornography crimes. Patrick Ziska appealed from the judgment...
Bill would keep public employee deployment records private 02/10/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter A measure to protect the privacy of a public workers and their families while the municipal or township workers are deployed for active military service received a first hearing recently. Members of...
New services help pets bring purpose and peace of mind to boomers aging in place 02/10/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The studies proving the medical benefits of pet ownership are numerous. As recently as 2014, a University of Bristol study recognized the “nurturing connection between animals and humans...
Report finds enforcement gap in seclusion, restraint policy 02/10/2016 ANN SANNER AP COLUMBUS — Ohio schools have gaps in the way they enforce a rule limiting the seclusion and restraint of students whose behavior affects order in schools, a disability rights group said in a...
Costs of closing, cleaning toxic coal ash pits grows clearer 02/10/2016 EMERY P. DALESIO AP EDEN, N.C. (AP) — Giant earthmoving machines beep and grind as they drop 17-ton scoops of coal ash and dirt into dozens of railroad cars lined up for two-thirds of a mile at a site along the...
Fast-growing Colorado's battle over tax limits could its shape future 02/10/2016 JAMES ANDERSON AP DENVER (AP) — By 2030, Colorado’s population will grow from 5 million to 7 million people, thanks in part to a strong and diverse economy, the state’s famed Rocky Mountain quality...
Massachusetts plan could encourage hydropower imports to New England 02/10/2016 BOB SALSBERG AP BOSTON — Tapping into Canadian hydropower is hardly a new concept in energy-starved New England. But Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker’s proposal to authorize long-term contracts between...
Driven by power outages and savings, towns look to microgrid 02/10/2016 GEORGE M. WALSH AP ALBANY, N.Y. — An upstate New York town that repeatedly found itself without power for days during a string of storms is planning a dramatic step by pulling its municipal buildings entirely off...
Offbeat humor and upbeat messages dominate Super Bowl 50 ads 02/10/2016 MAE ANDERSON AP NEW YORK — From a strange creature called “Puppymonkeybaby” to a tear-inducing Audi ad, Super Bowl ads ran the gamut this year from offbeat humor to heartfelt messages.
Court rules Cleveland cops who nabbed wrong suspect will be tried 02/09/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The federal 6th Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that two Cleveland police officers were properly denied summary judgment on claims of excessive force, battery, negligence and infliction of...
Companies use different strategies when using social media to target boomers 02/09/2016 ALLISON SLONAKER Daily Reporter Baby boomers didn’t grow up with the modern technologies and social media of succeeding generations, but they have come to embrace those technologies — just differently than those younger...
Food industry pressuring Congress before GMO labeling law starts 02/09/2016 MARY CLARE JALONICK AP WASHINGTON (AP) — The food industry is pressuring Congress to act before the state of Vermont requires food labels for genetically modified ingredients. At issue is how food companies will deal...
Unlikely foes: Navajo Nation vs. Urban Outfitters 02/09/2016 FELICIA FONSECA AP FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The Navajo Nation is seeking potentially millions of dollars from Urban Outfitters Inc. over clothing, jewelry and other merchandise bearing the tribe’s name that...
Jobs report helps ease concerns that a recession might be nearing 02/09/2016 CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER AP WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. manufacturing is shrinking, corporate profits are declining and goods are piling up on warehouse shelves. Those trends have elevated concern that a U.S. recession may...
Tattoos, martial arts and poker? Casinos wooing millennials 02/09/2016 PHILIP MARCELO AP BOSTON — Casinos worried that millennials aren’t getting into traditional gambling like their parents and grandparents are bringing in tattoo studios, mixed martial arts competitions and...
States taking action to keep guns out of abusers' hands 02/09/2016 RYAN J. FOLEY AP IOWA CITY, Iowa — More than a dozen states have strengthened laws over the past two years to keep firearms out of the hands of domestic abusers, a rare area of consensus in the nation’s...
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