To obliterate the record of a conviction is dishonest and dishonors a life that was lost.
If carefully designed, such a database could contribute to public safety.
Problems with heroin often begin in a doctor’s office with a prescription for a powerful — and addictive — painkiller.
Judge James Carr has given much to Toledo. Now he will be able to be near his daughter and grandchildren — and still work.
When you are standing next to a parked car with the keys in your hand, you have time to decide if you will break the law.
The city will need to focus on inspections, enforcement, and medical testing to ensure success of the new law.
Two sets of stories — both intentional fabrications.
This is a chance to stand up to Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Columbus, which get the most attention and funding.
Turning our back on those who served as translators for us will make it nearly impossible to recruit in the future.
A rule change could save the state $12 million but imperil the Early Head Start and Head Start programs.