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Published 14 minutes ago
Double murderer’s suit dismissed
COLUMBUS — A convicted double murderer’s complaint against the judge who he claimed failed to rule on his motion seeking the dismissal of the charges against him was “fatally defective” because he named the wrong judge, the Ohio Supreme Court unanimously ruled Wednesday.

Published 16 minutes ago
EPA chief defends limits on carbon emissions
WASHINGTON — Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy on Wednesday defended administration efforts to reduce pollution during her first Congressional appearance since the President announced his plan to regulate carbon emissions for the first time ever.

Published 29 minutes ago
Salvation Army kettles back for summer events
The Salvation Army’‍s distinctive red holiday kettles will come to northwest Ohio this week as part of various Christmas-in-July-themed celebrations occurring in the area.

Published 29 minutes ago
Couple’s travel requests denied in federal court
The former owner of seven area IHOP restaurants and his wife, who are awaiting sentencing on federal charges, may not travel out of state to visit family, a judge ruled this week.

Published 30 minutes ago
Ex-park director pleads not guilty
Gary Madryzkowski, former director of the Olander Park System in Sylvania, was in court Wednesday to answer to a charge that he stole $4,412 in park funds.

Published 33 minutes ago
Request to lower bond denied in Toledo court
Request to lower bond denied in Toledo court

Published 38 minutes ago
Ohio files suit against foreclosure law group
SANDUSKY — The state of Ohio is suing a Chicago company that allegedly made false promises about its ability to help save homeowners from foreclosure.

Updated 38 minutes ago
Van Wert agriculture firm plans expansion
VAN WERT, Ohio — Advanced Biological Marketing says it will expand its production facilities in Van Wert by 78,000 square feet over the next two years. The company did not say how many more employees would be needed.

Published 43 minutes ago
Bail bondsman, employee guilty in forgery scheme
After a three-day bench trial, a former local bail bondsman was found guilty of complicity to forgery, and his employee was found guilty of forgery Wednesday for posting a $50,000 bond in October from Free Me Now Bail Bonds, which was unlicensed at the time.