A jury found Gezim Selgjekaj, 44, of Avon Lake, guilty in February of 27.
A three-judge panel of the Court of Judicial Discipline suspended Justice Michael Eakin on Tuesday.
Kasich said Tuesday that he wants further cuts to the state’s income tax.
Prosecutor Dennis Watkins released a verdict Tuesday clearing Deputy Dario Poledica in the case.
After Al Gilchrist’s unexpected death at the age of 73 in June, Habitat for Humanity received his New Middletown home as a legacy gift.
Police cited one of the cars with failing to keep a safe distance.
Open Arms Community Outreach received $200, as did the Rescue Mission of the Mahoning Valley.
Hickory Senior and Penn State recruit Andrew Pryts was among those named All-State in Class AA.
There has been very little hint of winter this year, with temperatures in the 60s.
No one was injured in the incident.
Police said the truck was traveling to Iowa from Johnston County.
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An officer reported that Michael Williams was hiding a number of drugs in a plastic bag in his boxer shorts.
In August, authorities charged several men with running a fake memorabilia ring.
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Jacob LaRosa could face life in prison without parole.
The owner said it escaped when he opened the door for a friend over the weekend.
Owners will be notified about the recall starting the week of Jan. 18.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the potential refunds for customers on Tuesday.
Duckworth says he never thought of keeping the money, saying “I work for a living.”
Police said the truck was carrying explosives which could not have actually exploded, since they didn’t have a detonator.