CLEVELAND (AP) — City officials are wrestling with an order to devise a plan for a pilot project that would require police officers to wear body cameras while moonlighting, citing the potential overtime cost to the city.
The city must submit plans for the pilot to U.S. District Judge Solomon Oliver by April 28 as part of Cl ... (full story)
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Crystal Snyder was trying to figure out life as a single mom when she lost her job at a West Virginia T-shirt factory.
The 37-year-old had no college degree, mostly because she married at 16, divorced at 19 and had two children. Unsure what to do, Snyder heard about a program through the Coalfield Deve ... (full story)
The Ohio Supreme Court recently unveiled a new Visitor Education Center exhibit about law enforcement use of a tracking device to uncover a drug deal.
“Eye in the Sky” features a satellite hanging above visitors’ heads and a panel of information that explains decisions in the case by the U.S. Supreme Court, the ... (full story)
Protecting the most vulnerable Ohioans and vital taxpayer dollars is paramount to a plan put forth to reduce fraud in the Buckeye State's food stamp and Medicaid benefits programs.
Republican Reps. Michael Henne and Robert McColley of Clayton and Napoleon, respectively, introduced recently House Bill 119 which calls for quarterly ... (full story)
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law Justice for Children Clinic recently announced that one of its clients was granted asylum in the United States.
The clinic provides law students the unique experience of representing at-risk children in the Columbus metropolitan area.
The asylum case - a "remarkable triumph, ... (full story)