COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Finalists have been announced in the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors 2014 radio and TV contest.
The awards in actual order of finish — first or second — will be announced at the annual Ohio APME annual awards banquet May 3 in Columbus. The General Excellence and First Amendment award winners also will be announced at the meeting.
Twenty-five broadcasters submitted 325 entries in the contest, which featured news, sports and...
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A prosecutor says a 21-year-old Ohio man whose 3-year-old sister was suffocated has been indicted on murder charges in her death.
Montgomery County's prosecutor says a grand jury indicted 21-year-old Brian K. Scales Jr. on Tuesday on charges of aggravated murder, murder and endangering children in the death of Tristan Carlton, of Trotwood.
Scales' attorneys Michael Pentecost and Terry Hart said Wednesday that their client...
CLEVELAND (AP) — A three-member panel is set to hear evidence this week to decide if a Cleveland municipal judge accused of mistreating court staff, defendants and others should be allowed to return to the bench.
A special hearing akin to a trial is scheduled to start Thursday for Judge Angela Stokes. It will be held before the Ohio Supreme Court's Board of Professional Conduct, which appointed a three-member panel of lawyers from outside Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County...
DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A federal judge has postponed the trial of a man extradited from Iraq in a military contracting bribery case.
U.S. District Judge Thomas Rose in Dayton on Wednesday reset trial from March 2 to March 30 for Metin (MEH'-tin) Atilan (AT'-il-ahn). Court filings indicate that his attorneys and federal prosecutors have been trying to work out a plea agreement ahead of trial.
Atilan was indicted on charges he conspired to pay bribes and...
WILMINGTON, Ohio (AP) — Gov. John Kasich has recognized a Knox County nurse for working with the Amish community to stem the measles outbreak last year.
Jackie Fletcher, a public health nurse for the north-central Ohio county, accepted one of Kasich's courage awards on behalf of all nurses in the state of Ohio. The awards were presented Tuesday night during Kasich's annual State of the State address. This year's speech was in Wilmington.
WILMINGTON, Ohio (AP) — Ohio Gov. John Kasich (KAY-sik) is making his pitch to state lawmakers to do more to help residents move out of poverty.
In his two-year state budget, the Republican governor has proposed a way to let lower income families keep child-care subsidies as their income increases. He also wants to use $310 million in state and federal dollars to better coordinate public assistance programs and job services at the county level.