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5/21/2014 9:23 PM
Detroit pension proposal gets an angry reception
DETROIT — After weeks of heated of negotiations with Detroit, the nation’s largest bankrupt city, lawyers for city retirees took the stage at a convention center downtown today to face their fuming clients.

5/21/2014 6:33 PM
Ohio bill aims to lower cost of chemo pills
A House committee recommended passage this morning of a bill that aims to lower the cost of chemotherapy pills taken by increasing numbers of cancer patients.

5/21/2014 3:51 PM
Michigan panel moves forward on $195M for Detroit
LANSING, Mich. — Michigan lawmakers took a first step today toward committing $195 million in state money to protect Detroit retiree pensions and city-owned art as part of a broader deal designed to help end the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history.

5/21/2014 3:45 PM
Ohio executive avoids prison in NBA union case
NEW YORK — A business executive convicted of charges in her firm’s handling of the National Basketball Players Association’s investments and finances has been sentenced in New York to six months’ house detention.

5/21/2014 1:19 PM
Final Ohio death penalty report released
COLUMBUS — A committee that spent over two years studying Ohio’s capital punishment law has released its final report with recommendations aimed at reducing the influence of race and geography on death penalty cases.

5/21/2014 12:05 PM
Families of slain teens settle suit
CLEVELAND  — The families of the three teenagers killed in a 2012 school shooting rampage have agreed to settle a lawsuit filed against relatives of the killer, with each of the estates receiving about $890,000.

5/21/2014 12:00 AM
Ohio Senate expected to end JEDZ
COLUMBUS — The window for local governments to band together to create Joint Economic Development Zones is about to close under a bill cleared for a full Senate vote today.

5/21/2014 12:00 AM
Judges to oversee elections board
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted on Tuesday assigned two partly retired Lucas County judges to oversee the troubled Lucas County Board of Elections as it finishes certifying the results of the May 6 election.

5/21/2014 12:00 AM
$11.2M set for bridge repairs
BOWLING GREEN — Ohio Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor announced Tuesday that the state has earmarked $11.2 million for bridge improvement projects in Lucas and Wood counties.

5/21/2014 11:01 AM
Prosecutors get warrant request for Tigers player
DETROIT  — Prosecutors in Detroit say they plan to review a request for charges against a 28-year-old Detroit Tigers player following a sexual assault complaint.