15 hrs ago
The Times Bulletin
Battle against Internet cafe continues
A local Internet cafe is open again, but developments in Columbus could mean the end for the state's 620 such operations.
19 hrs ago
The Times Bulletin
Ohio election review finds no voter fraud epidemic
A first-of-its-kind statewide review found instances of voter fraud in Ohio during last year's presidential election but not rampant abuses, the elections chief in the battleground state said Thursday.
Thu May 23, 2013
Medical marijuana issue clears Ohio ballot board
A proposed constitutional amendment legalizing medical marijuana and certain uses of hemp has cleared Ohio's ballot board.
Akron police make arrests in execution-style killings near Chapel Hill
Here! Now! Imperative: not to be avoided: necessary. In a typical week, the show will cover not only all the big news stories, but also the stories behind the stories, or some of the less crucial but equally intriguing things happening in the world.
Ohio Ag Threatens to Sue Credit Bureaus; Senators Rake Cdia
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has threatened to sue credit reporting agencies if they don't fix problems that DeWine and some 20 other State AGs have uncovered in the course of their months-long investigation.
Voting irregularities reported
Twenty people face possible prosecution for casting ballots in both Ohio and another state in last November's presidential election, and 115 more are accused of casting more than one ballot inside the state.
Water board member again voted off
Pittsfield Township Trustee Mark McConnell was again removed from the Rural Lorain County Water Authority board Wednesday after questions were raised about the legality of a secret ballot process used to vote him off the board last week.
Wed May 22, 2013
Ohio Joins Fight Against Prescription Novelty Items at Urban Outfitters
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine requested today that the Urban Outfitters retail chain cease sales of its "Prescription Line" of glasses, coasters, mugs, and drink holders.
Accused Lucas County deputy faces judge
Deputy Paul Little is accused of giving a firearm to a convicted felon and filing a false report that the gun was stolen.
Ohio lawmakers approve Internet cafe crackdown
An effective ban on Internet cafes targeted as illegal gambling operations has cleared the Ohio Legislature after more than two years of wrangling.
Ohio Supreme Court to hear Ottawa Hills police officer case
The appeals court reversed White's conviction in January and called for a retrial.
The Columbus Dispatch
Senators want to end statute of limitations on rape
Rape is forever and Ohio law should be, too. That's the opinion of two state senators who want to eliminate the 20-year statute of limitations for prosecuting rape and sexual battery.
Tue May 21, 2013
The Columbus Dispatch
GOP bill would block Ohio driver's licenses for immigrants in Obama's amnesty program
Republican state legislators are seeking to take away driver's licenses from unauthorized immigrants who have been granted temporary amnesty by the federal government.
State Rep. Pillich seeks nomination to challenge Josh Mandel
State Rep. Connie Pillich, a Democrat who represents a suburban Cincinnati district, will seek the party nomination to challenge incumbent Republican Josh Mandel for state treasurer.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Plain Dealer
Foster-care ideas worth exploring: editorial
Foster care isn't the purview of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine. But ever since he took up the cause of foster care reform in 1997, when he was in the U.S. Senate, DeWine has been interested in fixing a system he says keeps too many youngsters living in foster care or dying at the hands of abusive parents instead of going into adoptive homes.
Lotto hopefuls flock to 'lucky' convenience store
Lotto hopefuls are flocking to a Curtice convenience store that's known for paying out big prizes.
Mother in shaken baby case sentenced to 18 months
The woman charged with shaking and injuring her infant son was back in court Friday, and angry protestors were there to greet her.
Star 105 gives away 500 gallons of gas
Star 105 gave away 500 gallons of free gas Friday. Cars lined up at the Valero station on Holland-Sylvania. If you missed out on the giveaway, you'll have some more chances to get some free gas.
Fri May 17, 2013
Illinois, Ohio take up medical marijuana laws
The Illinois Senate approved the use of marijuana for medical purposes on Friday, sending the measure to the governor's desk.
AG certifies Cannabis Rights amendment petition for ballot
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has certified the petition for the proposed constitutional amendment submitted by the Ohio Rights Group.