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U.S. Attorney overseeing Householder prosecution to be replaced

David DeVillers, the U.S. Attorney whose office has led the prosecution of former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder, will soon be replaced, Sen. Sherrod...

State Supreme Court to decide on limits to Marsy’s Law

A law establishing the rights of crime victims will go before the Ohio Supreme Court this month to decide whether those rights have limits,...

Ohio girds for unrest as governor says he didn’t anticipate right-wing...

As he called up the National Guard Tuesday to prepare for a possible attack on the Statehouse, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine on Tuesday said...

Ohio Supreme Court hears arguments in armed teachers case

The issue of whether or not school districts should be allowed to determine firearms policies and the level of training needed comes down to...

Ohio Supreme Court starts new year with armed teacher lawsuit

One of the first cases the Ohio Supreme Court will consider in 2021 will regard firearms policies authorized by school districts. The case comes from...

Judge who ordered men not to procreate for failure to pay...

London Chapman was convicted of multiple counts of failing to pay child support in Lorain County. In a separate case, Lee Anderson pleaded guilty...

Investigation of $460M in FirstEnergy charges back on, but why was...

The Public Utility Commission of Ohio has restarted an audit of $465 million that Akron-based FirstEnergy collected from ratepayers in 2017 and 2018, supposedly...

Court rules with religious schools, stopping health department order of school...

A U.S. Court of Appeals has granted the request of religious schools to conduct in-person classes if they choose, against the wishes of the...

Ohio AG supports religious schools in suit to reopen districts

In a case in which religious schools are suing a local health department to allow them to reopen, the Ohio Attorney General has written...

Death sentences, executions continue to fade in 2020

The numbers of death sentences, executions and public support for the death penalty continued to fall in 2020. And ironically, as it killed so...
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