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Supreme Court of Ohio: Split court says Olentangy school board members' emails broke Sunshine Laws 05/05/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter This week, a divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled that members of the Olentangy Local School District Board of Education violated the state’s Sunshine Laws by taking part in arranged email...
OSU study: Limited grocery hours more prevalent in poor areas 05/05/2016 ELISSA COLLOPY Daily Reporter Getting more nutritious meals on the table could depend on the hours the stores are open in low-income neighborhoods, creating an obstacle to fresh foods. New research by The Ohio State University...
Appellate court overrules lower court in dog ownership dispute 05/05/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter This week, a panel of three judges in the 3rd District Court of Appeals overruled the judgment of a county court in a case involving the ownership of a lost dog. The decision, authored by Judge...
Move over drones, driverless cars, military unveils unmanned ship 05/05/2016 JULIE WATSON AP SAN DIEGO (AP) — It’s not only drones and driverless cars that may become the norm someday — ocean-faring ships might also run without captains or crews. The Pentagon on Monday...
Colorado's battle over regulating fracking shifts to ballot after court decision 05/05/2016 DAN ELLIOTT AP DENVER (AP) — Colorado’s battle over who should regulate fracking — and how much — now shifts to the November election after the state Supreme Court overturned attempts by...
Dozens have escaped from state of Washington mental hospital since 2013 05/05/2016 MARTHA BELLISLE AP LAKEWOOD, Wash. (AP) — When a man accused of torturing a woman to death broke out of Washington state’s largest mental hospital with another patient in early April, officials called it a...
Wedding guest books now take many forms 05/05/2016 LISA A. FLAM AP Alexis and John Roulette don’t have to look far to remember the love that friends and relatives showered upon them on their wedding day. The 7-foot-long surfboard mounted above their living...
Rich newspaper owners: Industry saviors or foes? 05/05/2016 BRADY McCOMBS AP SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake Tribune’s pending sale to the wealthy Huntsman family unshackles the newspaper from cost-cutting corporate owners and resolves crippling financial...
Agriculture groups seek exemption from scrutiny 05/05/2016 CANDICE CHOI and MARY CLARE JALONICK AP NEW YORK — Congress is pushing the Agriculture Department to exempt the groups behind promotional campaigns like “The Incredible, Edible Egg” and “Pork, the Other White Meat...
CBA program helps young lawyers get careers off to a good start 05/04/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter This year, the Columbus Bar Association’s Bar inc program celebrates its fifth anniversary. In 2011, Columbus Bar inc launched the first-of-its-kind incubator program in response to a bleak job...
Higher ed overhaul gets House hearing this week 05/04/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter A House subcommittee is expected to hear from supporters of the governor’s proposed overhaul to higher education to make it more affordable for Ohioans in a third hearing of House Bill 474...
Man accused of giving heroin to teenage son wins appeal 05/04/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter The judgment of the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas was recently overturned when an appellate court ruled that it should have allowed a defendant to withdraw a guilty plea. A divided 10th...
USDA to help farmers buy portable storage units 05/04/2016 ELISSA COLLOPY Daily Reporter The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced April 29 during a local and regional food roundtable in Columbus that it will provide a new financing option to help farmers purchase portable storage and...
With more diverse residents, nursing homes starting to offer more individualized menus 05/04/2016 ALEJANDRA CANCINO AP COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — On a recent Thursday, the staff at Sunny Vista Living Center in Colorado Springs bustled in the kitchen. The phone rang with a last minute order as Chris Willard...
Free to speak, New York City stop-and-frisk judge claims some victories 05/04/2016 LARRY NEUMEISTER AP NEW YORK (AP) — Tossing the gavel aside, feisty Judge Shira Scheindlin is speaking out, declaring victory over critics in the battle over police stop-and-frisk tactics and telling why she...
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life 05/04/2016 SCOTT McFETRIDGE AP NICKERSON, Neb. — Half-ton pickup trucks crowd the curb outside the One Horse Saloon, a neon Coors Light sign in the window and rib-eye steaks on the menu, but otherwise Nickerson, Neb., is...
Final arguments being made in dispute over ballots in Ohio 05/04/2016 ANN SANNER AP COLUMBUS — Ohio’s elections chief and advocates for the homeless are making their final arguments in a federal lawsuit that could affect how thousands of ballots are cast and counted in...
Things to know about a gap year, when students take time off before college 05/04/2016 HOPE YEN AP WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama’s daughter Malia is taking a year off after graduating from high school before attending Harvard University as part of an expanding program for...
Racinos fulfilling promise to boost Ohio's horse racing industry 05/03/2016 ELISSA COLLOPY Daily Reporter Harness racing in Ohio has a long and well-known history, however, after strong competition in recent years from surrounding states, the outlook seemed bleak for Ohio’s return to prosperity for...
Supreme Court of Ohio: Six-month suspension upheld for lawyer in bribery scheme 05/03/2016 ANNIE YAMSON Daily Reporter A divided Ohio Supreme Court last week ruled 4-3 in favor of a stayed six-month suspension from the practice of law for a Willoughby attorney who was complicit in a bribery scheme. The attorney,...
Stricter penalties sought for sexual predators who prey on children 05/03/2016 KEITH ARNOLD Daily Reporter A House effort to undo the ill effects of a child importuning law, its force diminished during the legislative process, continues its foray into the Senate, having completed recently a second hearing...
OSU study finds older adults with head injuries often return to ER 05/03/2016 ELISSA COLLOPY Daily Reporter A study conducted by doctors and researchers at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center linked minor head trauma from falls in older adults with repeat emergency room visits. In 2012, 2.4...
How Amazon convinced you to pay up for shopping 05/03/2016 MAE ANDERSON AP NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon is clearly entering its Prime. Meaning, of course, its $100 annual membership program, now a decade old, which has accomplished the remarkable feat of convincing millions...
Food and Drug Administration reconsiders training requirements for painkillers 05/03/2016 MATTHEW PERRONE AP WASHINGTON (AP) — The Food and Drug Administration is reconsidering whether doctors who prescribe painkillers like OxyContin should be required to take safety training courses, according to...
Terminating parental rights: State policies vary widely 05/03/2016 DAVID CRARY AP NEW YORK — For child-welfare agencies across the United States, it’s the ultimate sanction: terminating the rights of parents to raise their own children due to concerns about abuse and...
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