Four people are dead in two separate accidents in Central Ohio. In Pataskala, investigators say a head-on collision on East Broad took three lives. One vehicle crossed the center line. Early this morning, the driver of a pick-up truck was killed when he slammed into a tree in a residential area south of Route 104 [...]
A retired appeals court judged seeking a seat on the Ohio Supreme Court criticized two incumbents for accepting contributions from the political action committee of a utility company just before ruling in the utility’s favor.
The city of Mansfield says a city court specifically for veterans is helping many reenter society and be productive citizens.
An Ohio man has pleaded guilty to charges that he tried to force his pregnant girlfriend at gunpoint to get an abortion.
Over the past decade Ohio has seen its non-English speaking population grow. Sometimes immigrants find themselves in a courtroom struggling to understand an unfamiliar language. While Ohio courts use interpreters, the state does not have any formal way of ensuring they are qualified. Ohio is slowly working toward a certification requirement.
A federal jury in Columbus today hears more testimony in a case brought by a Muslim mother against a Franklin County Children Services case worker.
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled Bluffton University’s insurance covered a charter bus that crashed in Atlanta three years ago, killing the driver and six others.
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled a state tax on satellite TV companies does not violate federal commerce laws.
Candidates for Ohio Supreme Court on this fall’s ballot vow to run clean campaigns.
The Ohio Supreme Court is ready to hear arguments over the state’s 2008 move to use about $230,000,000 set aside for tobacco prevention for other purposes. Ohio officials are expected to tell the court why they chose to put the funds toward expanded health care for children and optional Medicaid services.
Over the past 3 years, thousands of so-called “skill games” have popped up across Ohio at arcades, convenience stores, and even gas stations. The games reward players who can use buttons or joysticks to manipulate figures on a video screen. The Ohio Supreme Court is now deliberating in a case involving these skill games.