Jones has a lengthy criminal history and in one case tried to claim he was legally insane, according to court records.
The requirement is included in the first-year plan for a consent decree.
The vehicle was pulled over in the middle of the afternoon along Interstate 75 in Shelby County.
Troopers say they saw raw marijuana in plain view on the console of the car.
The ruling allows attorneys to ask New Miami to pay back more than $1 million collected in fines.
Ohio drivers are still seeing gas pump prices below $2 despite a slight increase over the past week.
Early childhood hunger can lead to physical, emotional, cognitive, behavioral and educational consequences.
Homeland Security began investigating the Vermont native in November.
Ohio’s primary is March 15, and some Republicans expect the field to be down to a handful of candidates by then.
The antidote has becoming increasingly available to the public in recent months.
Sweeney says the school has received around $200,000 from the state to pay for the debate.
Many people arrange through online sites such as Craigslist and eBay to meet buyers or sellers.
Recently retired Marietta officer Matt Hickey wants to buy his partner, Ajax, but the city says the dog is public property.
Senator Sherrod Brown wants answers from the state government about Sebring’s water crisis.
Sen. Sherrod Brown says there are hundreds of thousands of Ohioans that could claim the earned income tax credit, but haven’t.
Governor John Kasich says, “we’re on top of it and things are fine.”
Many people arrested for property crimes such as burglaries are linked to heroin addiction.
Any new or rehabbed bridges over most busy roadways in Ohio will be required to also have fencing.
Jon Husted’s office says it will begin sending ballots to military and overseas voters on Saturday.
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office hosted the student leadership summit on Friday.