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2 hrs ago | Lancaster Eagle-Gazette
The Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the state's child enticement law, concluding it has the admirable goal of preventing child abductions and lewd acts but can't be used to stop legal activity, such as hiring a child to do chores without a parent's permission.
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In this Feb. 12, 2014 file photo, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., walks towards waiting reporters in front of federal court in Washington.
7 hrs ago | The Review
Authorities in Cleveland say they have arrested two people accused of selling a lethal blend of heroin believed to have caused at least one fatal overdose and other suspected overdoses this week.
A 6-foot-tall visitor to Allardale County Park in Medina County's Granger Township is dwarfed the largest sugar maple tree in Ohio.
Deep-sea explorers can now recover the remaining gold from a ship that sank off the South Carolina coast in 1857 and more recently has been embroiled in legal fights involving a fugitive treasure hunter, an Ohio judge has ruled in a court order obtained by The Associated Press on Thursday.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, receiving a warm reception from a large conservative audience Thursday, said the GOP needs to change the way it shares its message with voters in order to defeat Democrats in future elections.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend tied the knot at Italy's Lake Como last September in what was a fairy-tale wedding, but the "Sports Illustrated" model does have one regret about the special day.
Supporters of the state's exotic animal law say it's a way to keep the public safe by requiring owners of wild animals to register them with the state-- and carry insurance.
In 2003, Rob Ryan got cancer, the second of his three battles against the disease.
One of two people charged with enslaving a mentally disabled woman for two years with her child denied on Wednesday that she hurt the woman or locked her inside a filthy basement room.
Area residents say they think it's the economy and unhealthy lifestyles that likely play a large role in Ohio and West Virginia's continuing low scores in an annual well-being poll.
If ever there was doubt that online scammers are "kick you while you're down" types, consider this: A new survey finds that depressed people and those who have lost their jobs are at the greatest risk of becoming victims of Internet fraud.
Only Texas did better in annual report that measures how states stack up in bringing in new companies and getting existing ones to expand.
A suburban Cleveland municipal judge indicted last year on bribery and prostitution-related charges is facing new charges of tampering with evidence and records in the case.
A 39-year-old southwest Ohio man is going to prison for 25 years after admitting that he produced child pornography.
A comment by a Cincinnati woman overheard after her brother's court hearing got her jailed for 30 days by a judge who pronounced her an "animal."
A man who once fled the U.S. before he could face trial for molesting his daughter has finally been sentenced in central Ohio.