Also worked at Michigan State University
Improperly received $130,000 in medical and housing benefits
COLUMBUS — A lawyer for Ohio on Tuesday sparred with members of the Ohio Supreme Court over whether a state law restricting automated red-light and speed cameras run by cities like Toledo is really designed to put the programs out of business.
Judge moves date of Abou-Arab trial from February to April.
Speech to be held at First Unitarian Church of Toledo.
Allegations of sexual assaults have been denied.
Weighing whether Ohio's new execution method is constitutional.
Dayton's challenge backed by Toledo
Accused of setting fatal fire
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Dylann Roof told jurors today that he could ask them for life in prison instead of the death penalty for killing nine black church members, but he was not sure “what good that would do.” In his closing argument,