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Clemency support builds for Dayton woman
 A woman who saw her sister shot to death in 1994 has joined a growing chorus of celebrities, politicians and online petitioners calling for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to consider clemency for a woman convicted in relation to the Dayton murder. Holly Holbrook wrote in an April letter to Kasich that Tyra Patterson wasn’t involved in the robbery...

10:53 PM Wednesday, Dec. 07, 2016

A woman who saw her sister shot to death in 1994 has joined a growing chorus of celebrities, politicians and online petitioners calling for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to consider clemency for a woman convicted in relation to the Dayton murder. Holly Holbrook wrote in an April letter to Kasich that Tyra Patterson wasn’t involved in the robbery...
Kasich warns ‘recession’ threatening Ohio budget
 Ohio Gov. John Kasich warned state lawmakers of a looming “recession” Tuesday as new state tax collection data shows receipts coming in under expectations. Kasich made an unusual floor speech to the Ohio House on Tuesday in Columbus, talking for several minutes about cooperation and public service before stating “the future...

8:01 PM Tuesday, Dec. 06, 2016

Ohio Gov. John Kasich warned state lawmakers of a looming “recession” Tuesday as new state tax collection data shows receipts coming in under expectations. Kasich made an unusual floor speech to the Ohio House on Tuesday in Columbus, talking for several minutes about cooperation and public service before stating “the future...
Kasich warns ‘recession’ threatening Ohio budget
 Ohio Gov. John Kasich warned state lawmakers of a looming “recession” Tuesday as new state tax collection data shows receipts coming in under expectations. Kasich made an unusual floor speech to the Ohio House on Tuesday in Columbus, talking for several minutes about cooperation and public service before stating “the future...

8:00 PM Tuesday, Dec. 06, 2016

Ohio Gov. John Kasich warned state lawmakers of a looming “recession” Tuesday as new state tax collection data shows receipts coming in under expectations. Kasich made an unusual floor speech to the Ohio House on Tuesday in Columbus, talking for several minutes about cooperation and public service before stating “the future...
Witness/sister of victim, actors, pols seek clemency in 1994 murder
 A woman who saw her sister shot to death in 1994 has joined a growing chorus of celebrities, politicians and online petitioners calling for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to consider clemency for a woman convicted in relation to the Dayton murder. Holly Holbrook wrote in an April letter to Kasich that Tyra Patterson wasn’t involved in the robbery...

10:23 PM Monday, Dec. 05, 2016

A woman who saw her sister shot to death in 1994 has joined a growing chorus of celebrities, politicians and online petitioners calling for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to consider clemency for a woman convicted in relation to the Dayton murder. Holly Holbrook wrote in an April letter to Kasich that Tyra Patterson wasn’t involved in the robbery...
Witness/sister of victim, actors, pols seek clemency in 1994 murder
 A woman who saw her sister shot to death in 1994 has joined a growing chorus of celebrities, politicians and online petitioners calling for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to consider clemency for a woman convicted in relation to the Dayton murder. Holly Holbrook wrote in an April letter to Kasich that Tyra Patterson wasn’t involved in the robbery...

10:23 PM Monday, Dec. 05, 2016

A woman who saw her sister shot to death in 1994 has joined a growing chorus of celebrities, politicians and online petitioners calling for Ohio Gov. John Kasich to consider clemency for a woman convicted in relation to the Dayton murder. Holly Holbrook wrote in an April letter to Kasich that Tyra Patterson wasn’t involved in the robbery...
Charter school official accused of buying Mercedes with state money
 A $40,000 Mercedes-Benz was among the things a Columbus-area charter school operator was accused of buying after pocketing $88,750 in state money, landing her three years in prison this week. The case is the latest in an ongoing pitched battle about charter schools that is likely to intensify with President-elect Donald Trump’s choice...

3:09 PM Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

A $40,000 Mercedes-Benz was among the things a Columbus-area charter school operator was accused of buying after pocketing $88,750 in state money, landing her three years in prison this week. The case is the latest in an ongoing pitched battle about charter schools that is likely to intensify with President-elect Donald Trump’s choice...
Charter school official accused of buying Mercedes with state money
 A $40,000 Mercedes-Benz was among the things a Columbus-area charter school operator was accused of buying after pocketing $88,750 in state money, landing her three years in prison this week. The case is the latest in an ongoing pitched battle about charter schools that is likely to intensify with President-elect Donald Trump’s choice...

3:09 PM Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

A $40,000 Mercedes-Benz was among the things a Columbus-area charter school operator was accused of buying after pocketing $88,750 in state money, landing her three years in prison this week. The case is the latest in an ongoing pitched battle about charter schools that is likely to intensify with President-elect Donald Trump’s choice...
Auditor: Darke Co. ambulance company over-billed Medicaid by $448,000
 A Darke County ambulance company over-billed Medicaid by $448,000, according to a state audit released this week, illustrating Ohio’s ongoing efforts to tamp down a problem previously exposed by the I-Team. The state audit found that Integrity Ambulance Service lacked the proper paperwork to justify hundreds of transports from July...

5:05 PM Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

A Darke County ambulance company over-billed Medicaid by $448,000, according to a state audit released this week, illustrating Ohio’s ongoing efforts to tamp down a problem previously exposed by the I-Team. The state audit found that Integrity Ambulance Service lacked the proper paperwork to justify hundreds of transports from July...
Auditor: Darke Co. ambulance company over-billed Medicaid by $448,000
 A Darke County ambulance company over-billed Medicaid by $448,000, according to a state audit released this week, illustrating Ohio’s ongoing efforts to tamp down a problem previously exposed by the I-Team. The state audit found that Integrity Ambulance Service lacked the proper paperwork to justify hundreds of transports from July...

5:04 PM Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

A Darke County ambulance company over-billed Medicaid by $448,000, according to a state audit released this week, illustrating Ohio’s ongoing efforts to tamp down a problem previously exposed by the I-Team. The state audit found that Integrity Ambulance Service lacked the proper paperwork to justify hundreds of transports from July...
$2 million study of pandas in China part of government waste report
 A report released this week claims to tally $247 billion in wasteful and inefficient federal spending and regulations into a football pun-laden report heavily critical of fraud, and taking swipes at arts and science spending. “Federal Fumbles: 100 ways the government dropped the ball,” was assembled by U.S. Sen. James Lankford...

4:37 PM Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

A report released this week claims to tally $247 billion in wasteful and inefficient federal spending and regulations into a football pun-laden report heavily critical of fraud, and taking swipes at arts and science spending. “Federal Fumbles: 100 ways the government dropped the ball,” was assembled by U.S. Sen. James Lankford...
$2 million study of pandas in China part of government waste report
 A report released this week claims to tally $247 billion in wasteful and inefficient federal spending and regulations into a football pun-laden report heavily critical of fraud, and taking swipes at arts and science spending. “Federal Fumbles: 100 ways the government dropped the ball,” was assembled by U.S. Sen. James Lankford...

4:37 PM Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016

A report released this week claims to tally $247 billion in wasteful and inefficient federal spending and regulations into a football pun-laden report heavily critical of fraud, and taking swipes at arts and science spending. “Federal Fumbles: 100 ways the government dropped the ball,” was assembled by U.S. Sen. James Lankford...
Xenia man sentenced for filing $445k in fraudulent tax returns
 A Xenia man was sentenced this week to 18 months in prison and three months of supervised release, and ordered to repay $445,450 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service, after pleading guilty in July to tax fraud charges. Federal court documents say Robert Coates, 42, filed false claims for income tax refunds with the IRS between January...

6:08 PM Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

A Xenia man was sentenced this week to 18 months in prison and three months of supervised release, and ordered to repay $445,450 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service, after pleading guilty in July to tax fraud charges. Federal court documents say Robert Coates, 42, filed false claims for income tax refunds with the IRS between January...
Xenia man sentenced for filing $445k in fraudulent tax returns
 A Xenia man was sentenced this week to 18 months in prison and three months of supervised release, and ordered to repay $445,450 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service, after pleading guilty in July to tax fraud charges. Federal court documents say Robert Coates, 42, filed false claims for income tax refunds with the IRS between January...

6:08 PM Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

A Xenia man was sentenced this week to 18 months in prison and three months of supervised release, and ordered to repay $445,450 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service, after pleading guilty in July to tax fraud charges. Federal court documents say Robert Coates, 42, filed false claims for income tax refunds with the IRS between January...
Wright State denies claims in $4.5M lawsuit
 Wright State University attorneys have responded to a pair of lawsuits brought by former consultant Ron Wine seeking $4.5 million that Wine claims he is owed by the school and its research arm for an informal deal he had with WSU administrators. Attorneys for Wright State Applied Research Corporation filed a motion to dismiss the case in...

11:05 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

Wright State University attorneys have responded to a pair of lawsuits brought by former consultant Ron Wine seeking $4.5 million that Wine claims he is owed by the school and its research arm for an informal deal he had with WSU administrators. Attorneys for Wright State Applied Research Corporation filed a motion to dismiss the case in...
Bill would abolish boards, overhaul professional licensing in Ohio
 Ohio lawmakers today proposed a massive overhaul of professional licensing in Ohio with legislation to abolish 11 licensing boards and consolidate them under three new boards and two existing ones. The changes aim to streamline professional licensing in the state and address concerns that many of the state’s professional licensing boards...

7:13 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

Ohio lawmakers today proposed a massive overhaul of professional licensing in Ohio with legislation to abolish 11 licensing boards and consolidate them under three new boards and two existing ones. The changes aim to streamline professional licensing in the state and address concerns that many of the state’s professional licensing boards...
Bill would abolish boards, overhaul professional licensing in Ohio
 Ohio lawmakers today proposed a massive overhaul of professional licensing in Ohio with legislation to abolish 11 licensing boards and consolidate them under three new boards and two existing ones. The changes aim to streamline professional licensing in the state and address concerns that many of the state’s professional licensing boards...

7:13 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

Ohio lawmakers today proposed a massive overhaul of professional licensing in Ohio with legislation to abolish 11 licensing boards and consolidate them under three new boards and two existing ones. The changes aim to streamline professional licensing in the state and address concerns that many of the state’s professional licensing boards...
Army general fired after visiting ‘Hooker Hill’ on public dime
 A U.S. army major general misused a government credit card, spending thousands of dollars in an area known as “Hooker Hill” in South Korea and at the Cica Cica Boom club in Rome, according to a recent report from the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Defense. The report found that Maj. Gen. Ronald Lewis misused government...

4:47 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

A U.S. army major general misused a government credit card, spending thousands of dollars in an area known as “Hooker Hill” in South Korea and at the Cica Cica Boom club in Rome, according to a recent report from the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Defense. The report found that Maj. Gen. Ronald Lewis misused government...
Army general fired after visiting ‘Hooker Hill’ on public dime
 A U.S. army major general misused a government credit card, spending thousands of dollars in an area known as “Hooker Hill” in South Korea and at the Cica Cica Boom club in Rome, according to a recent report from the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Defense. The report found that Maj. Gen. Ronald Lewis misused government...

4:47 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

A U.S. army major general misused a government credit card, spending thousands of dollars in an area known as “Hooker Hill” in South Korea and at the Cica Cica Boom club in Rome, according to a recent report from the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Defense. The report found that Maj. Gen. Ronald Lewis misused government...
Wright State fires back at Ron Wine lawsuit
 Wright State University attorneys fired back against a $4.5 million lawsuit brought by former consultant Ron Wine, filing a 12-page response in state court denying all of Wine’s claims against the school. The response was filed in the Ohio Court of Claims Monday. WSU’s non-profit research arm — Wright State Applied...

3:27 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

Wright State University attorneys fired back against a $4.5 million lawsuit brought by former consultant Ron Wine, filing a 12-page response in state court denying all of Wine’s claims against the school. The response was filed in the Ohio Court of Claims Monday. WSU’s non-profit research arm — Wright State Applied...
Wright State denies claims in $4.5M lawsuit
 Wright State University attorneys have responded to a pair of lawsuits brought by former consultant Ron Wine seeking $4.5 million that Wine claims he is owed by the school and its research arm for an informal deal he had with WSU administrators. Attorneys for Wright State Applied Research Corporation filed a motion to dismiss the case in...

3:14 PM Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2016

Wright State University attorneys have responded to a pair of lawsuits brought by former consultant Ron Wine seeking $4.5 million that Wine claims he is owed by the school and its research arm for an informal deal he had with WSU administrators. Attorneys for Wright State Applied Research Corporation filed a motion to dismiss the case in...
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