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5/29/2014 12:00 AM
Judge puts executions on hold
COLUMBUS — A federal judge has put on hold the scheduled Aug. 6 execution of William T. Montgomery for the 1986 murders of two Toledo roommates as the court delves into the latest changes in Ohio’s lethal-injection process.

5/29/2014 1:06 AM
City gets about $128,000 to clean up defunct plant
Toledo is getting a $127,825 federal grant to help clean up the former Chevrolet Transmission Plant at 3199 Maplewood Ave.

5/29/2014 12:50 AM
House bill restricting JEDZ going to Kasich
COLUMBUS — A reworked bill that would restrict but not eliminate local government’s Joint Economic Development Zones is headed for Gov. John Kasich’s desk.

5/28/2014 9:20 PM
VA center shooting suspect will use insanity defense
Dayton Veteran Affairs Medical Center shooting suspect Neil R. Moore will rely on an insanity defense when his case goes to trial, according to U.S. District Court documents.

5/28/2014 6:05 PM
Detroit retirees sent wrong bankruptcy ballots
DETROIT — Some Detroit retirees were sent v including public pensions and exiting bankruptcy, attorneys disclosed in federal court today.

5/28/2014 8:29 AM
Michigan raising minimum wage
LANSING, Mich.  — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation Tuesday to raise the state’s minimum wage by 25 percent gradually over the next four years to $9.25 an hour, as Republicans controlling the state government moved to head off a November ballot measure that could have raised pay even more.

5/28/2014 12:00 AM
Judge orders halt to Ohio executions
COLUMBUS -- The scheduled August executon of William T. Montgomery for the 1986 murders of two Toledo roomates has been put on hold by a federal judge along with the June execution of another death row inmate by a federal judge as he delves into changes made in Ohio's lethal injection process.

5/28/2014 1:30 PM
Ohio bill would block parental rights of rapists
COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio bill would let rape victims request that a court terminate or deny offenders’ parental rights over a child conceived as a result of an attack.

5/28/2014 1:12 AM
More penalties for ‘johns’ up for vote today
COLUMBUS — A bill increasing penalties across the board for the “johns” who solicit sex from minors is headed for a full Senate vote as early as today.

5/28/2014 12:55 AM
Freeze on energy mandates advances
COLUMBUS — A bill that at least temporarily halts Ohio’s march toward green energy, pitting business against business in the process, moved closer to the governor’s desk Tuesday.