Long-Time Health Care Executive Charged With Embezzling $3 Million

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The Department of Justice says Satava created hundreds of checks using the names of people covered by the company, then forged their signatures and deposited the checks in a personal account.
11:15AM
August 12, 2014

A former executive with Ohio’s largest health insurance company has been charged with embezzling nearly $3 million over two decades.

Conductor Lorin Maazel Dead At 84

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Maazel first performed with the Cleveland Orchestra at age 12, and later serving as music director from 1972-1982.
9:04AM
July 14, 2014

Former Cleveland Orchestra conductor and child prodigy Lorin Maazel died Sunday. He was 84.

Ohio Shifts Tax Burden From Businesses To Homeowners, Farmers

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Homeowners and farmers were paying about 48 percent of the property taxes in 1975. That was up to more than 70 percent in 2011.
8:17AM
June
24, 2014

A new study shows Ohio’s property taxes have been shifting from business to residential and agricultural for 35 years. And it’s a shift that’s accelerated over the last 20 years.

Ohio Gets B+ For Manufacturing

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One of Ohio’s biggest challenges is retaining an educated workforce – what economists call human capital. Hicks says part of the brain drain problem is attracting today’s workers to Ohio’s aging urban centers.
8:00AM
June
23, 2014

Ohio gets an above-average grade in a study that grades the health of each state’s manufacturing industry by looking at the tax climate, productivity, and other factors.

Epidemic Of Girls’ Knee Injuries Traced To Genetics And Training

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Even highly competitive female athletes are more prone to knee injuries than boys, both because of genes and physics. Sports training could reduce the risk of injury, but few programs offer it.
8:47AM
June
4, 2014

Girls are up to ten times more likely than boys to suffer knee injuries in sports like soccer and basketball. Some Ohio researchers say they’ve discovered that genetic differences help explain the disparity. But a lack of proper sports training is also partly to blame.