ST. PETERSBURG — It was Wednesday afternoon and the exhausted dad-to-be had gone home to rest and recharge. Angel Quiles thought about his pregnant wife and the two weeks she had lain unconscious but fighting.
The resignations of the executive director of the Franklin County Common Pleas Court and one of the court’s bailiffs have prompted an internal inquiry, Administrative Judge Pat Sheeran announced today.
Pickaway County Sheriff Robert Radcliff had warned they were coming, that a projected $140,000 budget shortfall this year would mean layoffs at his office. And that’s what happened this week.
A doctor who made money to feed his own cocaine addiction by prescribing pain killers at a Columbus pill mill was sentenced yesterday to one year in federal prison. U.S.
Ohio’s disgraced former deputy treasurer won’t be sentenced in federal court next week after all. The scheduled 10 a.m. Thursday hearing for Amer Ahmad was postponed yesterday. The U.S. attorney's office would not say why.
After Brenda Vannoy injured her back at work in 2003, things quickly began to spiral downward. As she waited for payments through a disability claim, she spent 17 months without income, unable to provide clothes or food for her son.
CLEVELAND — Whirlpool Corp. was found not liable yesterday in the first suit to go to trial accusing the company of selling front-loading washing machines containing a design flaw that made them prone to developing mold.
Huntington Bancshares’ emphasis on small-business customers is paying off. The bank came in first in overall customer satisfaction among small-business owners in the Midwest in J.D. Power’s annual survey released yesterday.
If someone had just believed Natalie Shull four years ago, the victims’ list of former State Highway Patrol Trooper Bryan D. Lee might have been shorter. “When he was done with me, I think he thought, ‘Oh, well.
WASHINGTON — In September, just two months before next week’s midterm elections, the Obama administration awarded the biggest share of almost $600 million in economic stimulus-based transportation grants to projects in districts with a Democratic congressman, even though Republicans represent 34 more House districts across the country, an Associated Press analysis has found.
The stench that flooded Franklin County’s eastern suburbs today came from a paper plant in Chillicothe, an Ohio Environmental Protection Agency spokeswoman confirmed.
A Far East Side man is being sought on a warrant that charges him with a July homicide. Desjuan L. Hayes, 25, of 2695 Glenbriar St., was charged on Tuesday with murder in connection with the July 13 shooting of Michael L.
Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge John P. O’Donnell, a Democrat running for Supreme Court, is being asked by an Ohio State Bar Association committee to take down his television ad because "These depictions cross the line and falsely imply that justice is for sale in Ohio," according to the bar's Judicial Election Campaign Advertising Monitoring Committee.
The Franklin County Probate Court has named three people to oversee guardianships, making Franklin County the first in the state with such a program.
A group of youngsters from Uganda is traveling to Columbus this weekend to perform children’s songs, traditional spirituals and gospel favorites to raise awareness about the plight of destitute and orphaned children in Africa.
Leaders of the Columbus Division of Fire want medics calm, ready and armed with optimal protective equipment and a plan that details how to keep themselves and others safe should they be called upon to care for an Ebola patient.
The pace of retail development Downtown is picking up, as two projects near Columbus Commons revealed plans to add tenants. Highpoint on Columbus Commons has signed up its first three tenants: a fast casual restaurant; a new cold-press juice company; and a mobile-phone store.
There’s good news this year for those looking for temporary work for the holidays. An improving economy means more demand for workers to fill online orders at distribution centers, wait on customers at stores and deliver packages to homes.
The man who found Helen Shreve lying in a Franklinton street early Tuesday didn’t realize that she had been shot when he called 911.
The Worthington school board opted for a familiar face to replace outgoing Superintendent Thomas Tucker, who is leaving at the end of the school year. Assistant Superintendent Trent Bowers will take over as schools chief in July, the school board announced today.
URBANA, Md. (AP) — Drivers scrambled to grab money flying around a Maryland highway after an armored truck’s door burst open.
DELAWARE, Ohio — As many as 200 absentee ballots, sent more than a week ago to registered voters in Powell, have not been received, sending Delaware County officials on a scramble for answers.
State Rep. Sandra Williams entered a no-contest plea and was found guilty this morning of a pair of first-degree misdemeanors related to her sale of Ohio State football tickets that she purchased with campaign funds.
Ohio Democrats have not made their case to women voters this year, a big reason the party’s candidates are struggling in statewide races.
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Dr. Michael V. Drake has been asked repeatedly about his vision for Ohio State University since he took over as president four months ago. He’s still working on an answer.
Sears will close its distribution center at 4100 Lockbourne Rd. in late December, putting 162 employees out of work. The move comes after months of similar closings have been announced by the struggling retailer.
A man accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend was indicted today on an additional murder charge for the death of his unborn child. A Franklin County grand jury indicted Jacob T.
A Columbus principal who was forced out for manipulating data is claiming the school district targeted him for termination because he is black.
The Columbus Board of Education unanimously approved a new three-year union contract for more than 3,000 non-teaching employees, after some union members charged that the union's vote in favor of the contract was rigged.