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Appeal denied for man who shot, killed victim over alleged laptop computer theft 07/31/2015 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter A Franklin County man recently lost his request for a new trial, more than six years after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter. The 10th District Court of Appeals recently upheld a Franklin...
Man who shot victim in dice game dispute loses appeal 07/31/2015 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The 9th District Court of Appeals affirmed robbery and felonious assault convictions for Travis McNair earlier this week. McNair was found guilty of two counts of aggravated robbery and two counts of...
Bill limiting use of criminal records in hiring process faces hurdles 07/31/2015 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter Proponents of a proposed bill limiting the use of criminal records in the hiring process of public entities have said the bill is about removing barriers to employment. Opponents counter that...
Court denies appeal from man who raped girlfriend's underage daughter 07/31/2015 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter The 12th District Court of Appeals recently affirmed a lower court’s decision denying postconviction relief for a man convicted of raping his girlfriend’s minor daughter. The Brown County...
Will the Internet listen to your private conversations? 07/31/2015 MICHAEL LIEDTKE AP SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Like a lot of teenagers, Aanya Nigam reflexively shares her whereabouts, activities and thoughts on Twitter, Instagram and other social networks without a qualm. But Aanya...
Troubled New Mexico green chile industry faces several challenges 07/31/2015 RUSSELL CONTRERAS AP ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Green chiles have defined New Mexico for generations, gaining fans and fame around the globe. However, as this year’s harvest begins, labor shortages, shrinking...
From rents to haircuts, Americans start to feel price hikes 07/31/2015 CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER AP WASHINGTON — Apartment rents are up. So are prices for restaurant meals, haircuts, gym memberships and a cup of coffee. For American consumers who have become used to flat or even falling...
Health care spending to accelerate, U.S. report says 07/31/2015 RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR AP WASHINGTON — The nation’s respite from accelerating health care costs appears to be over. Spending on health care will outpace the nation’s overall economic growth over the next...
Browns still searching for long-term answer at quarterback 07/31/2015 TOM WITHERS AP CLEVELAND — Things haven’t changed much for the Browns. Oh, sure, the roster has been tweaked by draft picks, free agents and will be missing some familiar names. Cleveland’s deep...
Teenager who tried to kill parents by setting fire to their home loses appeal 07/30/2015 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter A young man convicted of trying to kill his parents by setting fire to their home recently lost his appeal seeking postconviction relief. The 12th District Court of Appeals rejected Mitchell Paul...
Immunity for helping someone with a drug-related medical emergency sought 07/30/2015 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter State Reps. Denise Driehaus and Robert Sprague have revamped a bipartisan proposal that would provide immunity from arrest, prosecution or conviction for an individual who seeks or obtains personal...
Appeal denied for driver in street shooting 07/30/2015 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter This week a three-judge appellate panel in the 11th District Court of Appeals ruled that a 21-year-old Painesville man was properly found guilty of attempted murder and obstructing justice. The...
Baseball license plate would help fund Grove City ball field 07/30/2015 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter A bill that would create a “Baseball for All” license plate in support of the Grove City Little League Dream Field Fund has been presented to lawmakers. The proposed legislation, Senate...
Criminal damaging conviction affirmed for woman who scratched Jeep 07/30/2015 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter A panel of three judges in the 9th District Court of Appeals recently affirmed the conviction of Brittney Ortt, who was found guilty of criminal damaging after she scratched a neighbor’s car....
Canceled Utah race renews fears of shrinking salt flats 07/30/2015 MICHELLE L. PRICE AP WENDOVER, Utah (AP) — A small city of tents, trailers and thousands of visitors appears almost every August in the Utah desert to watch cars, motorcycles and anything with wheels rocket across...
Strong home sales, limited supply lift home prices in May 07/30/2015 CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER AP WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. home prices rose steadily in May, pushed higher by a healthy increase in sales this year. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index climbed 4....
High rollers: Dealers describe special treatment, abuse 07/30/2015 MICHAEL MELIA AP UNCASVILLE, Conn. — One high roller requests a refrigerator full of bananas that he squeezes and throws as he gambles. Another urinates against a wall. Other high-stakes players described by a...
Scholars drawn to conflict zones stoke college safety debate 07/30/2015 COLLIN BINKLEY AP BOSTON — Some colleges with overseas-study programs won’t touch Ukraine. Tufts University, on the other hand, is drawn to the turmoil in the former Soviet republic, which the State...
Murder conviction upheld for man in drug deal gone bad 07/29/2015 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The 2nd District Court of Appeals upheld murder convictions from a drug deal that soured but did reverse two convictions of attempt to commit felony murder. A series of other convictions of Michael...
Bill would give gun holders more rights in the workplace 07/29/2015 TIFFANY L. PARKS Daily Reporter Sen. Joseph Uecker has said the right to meaningful self-protection and recreation should be preserved regardless of where citizens park their vehicles. To that end, the Loveland Republican has filed...
Court reverses judgment in police excessive-force case 07/29/2015 JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Daily Reporter The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit recently reversed in part a lower court’s decision granting qualified immunity to several police officers who Tased a man in his home after he...
Software turns smartphones into tools for medical research 07/29/2015 BRANDON BAILEY AP SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Jody Kearns doesn’t like to spend time obsessing about her Parkinson’s disease. The 56-year-old dietitian from Syracuse, N.Y., had to give up bicycling because...
Mental illness and mass killings make for a complicated discussion 07/29/2015 DAVID CRARY AP NEW YORK (AP) — One psychiatry professor calls it “the conversation we’re stuck with,” a teachable moment growing out of horror. Each time mental illness is cited as a...
2016 Republicans use Trump, TV to make debate cut 07/29/2015 THOMAS BEAUMONT and NICHOLAS RICCARDI AP AMES, Iowa — Rick Perry is attacking Donald Trump’s credibility and branding the billionaire businessman “a cancer on conservatism.” Rick Santorum, a conservative stalwart,...
Diverse, non-cool East Portland seeks greater representation 07/29/2015 GOSIA WOZNIACKA AP PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland may be known for fashionable hipsters, devotion to public transit, locally sourced chickens and artisanal food carts. But a part of this city by the river counters the...
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