The quality of police training academies in Ohio and the need for stronger statewide training standards are among the issues an attorney general’s committee is considering as it explores possible changes to the way Ohio trains police officers.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine says Cargill and Morton Salt conspired to inflate salt prices.
The suit from Attorney General Mike DeWine accuses The Bank of New York Mellon of fraud, deceptive trade practices and other misdeeds in the handling of the state’s retirement funds for police officers, firefighters and school employees.
Ohio is joining six other states in filing a legal challenge to a mandate for church-owned institutions to offer insurance coverage for birth control.
The Richland County Sheriff is threatening to sue county commissioners over budget cuts he says will force the lay-offs of 60 additional employees.
The family of a man who drowned after his car crashed into a pond in Dublin has sued the city and several highway officials.
A Republican lawmaker has filed a lawsuit to force Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland to reveal more details of his plan for funding Ohio schools.
Opponents of a recently passed bill that limits consumer lawsuits are lobbying Governor Taft to veto it.
Poverty and labor groups have scored a partial victory with a federal court settlement that clarifies and expands Ohio’s new voter identification rules for Election Day.
New Albany based clothing retailer Abercrombie and Fitch has agreed to settle several employment discrimination lawsuits. A federal judge in California gave preliminary approval to the settlement on Tuesday. Abercromie has agreed to pay $50-million in damages and change its hiring practices.