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4 Months of Hand-Held Speed Cameras Generate $630K for Ohio City

Toledo, Ohio, collected almost $630,000 during its first four months of using hand-held cameras to catch speeding drivers, providing a financial boost to a city facing budget troubles. The program was expected to generate $800,000 in a year but is …

Football Players at Western Ohio School District File Lawsuit

A federal lawsuit has been filed by five former high school football players and two parents against various employees of a western Ohio school district. The Lima News reported the suit alleges that two coaches at St. Marys Memorial High …

Man Can Seek Damages from Cleveland Indians, Ohio High Court Rules

Ohio’s high court says a New York man who was hit by a foul ball at a baseball game and blinded in one eye can seek damages from the Cleveland Indians. Lawyers for Keith Rawlins of Rochester, New York say …

McGowan Re-Brands its Senior Care Insurance Program Division

Fairview Park, OH, April 12, 2016- McGowan is re-branding its Assisted Living & Nursing Home operations as “McGowan Senior Care.” McGowan Senior Care will operate as a division under McGowan Program Administrators. McGowan is also expanding its operations. “We have …

Tornado Touched Down in Western Ohio: Weather Service

The National Weather Service has that confirmed a rare December tornado touched down in western Ohio. The weather service says the tornado had an estimated maximum wind speed of 65 mph and did not cause any injuries. The Dayton Daily …

Kent State University’s Insurance Studies Program Sees First Graduates

Salem, OH, December 1, 2015 – Kent State University announced that it recently graduated the first of its majors in its Insurance Studies bachelor’s degree program. Kent State University’s Salem Campus created the new degree program in 2012 and Dr. …

Ohio Lawmakers Consider Statewide Ridesharing Regulations

The Ohio Senate is considering a bill that would create one set of statewide regulations for ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft. The lawmakers’ work comes as Uber plans to expand its Ohio workforce by adding 10,000 more drivers …

Stricter Teen Driving Laws Now in Effect in Ohio

Ohio’s teen drivers under the age of 18 will face tighter restrictions went into effect on July 1, an Ohio insurance trade group reported. According to the Ohio Insurance Institute, the new restrictions focus on limiting the number of passengers …

Ohio Court Rules Parents of Firefighter Can Continue With Suit

An Ohio court says the parents of a firefighter killed seven years ago can sue the maker of an emergency radio and the homeowners growing marijuana in the basement where a fire started. Colerain Township Fire Department Captain Robin Broxterman …

Ohio Group Unveils Plan to Deal With Cyberattacks

A group of politicians, law enforcement members and business leaders has given its blueprint for how Ohio communities can deal with cyberattacks to the state Emergency Management Agency. The Columbus Dispatch reported the Cybersecurity Work Group unveiled its report on …