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State senate bill adds 21 new specialty plates to the 269 already offered in Ohio
 UPDATE: Ohioans will have an even larger number of specialty license plates to choose from under a bill that will be sent to Ohio Gov. John Kasich for his signature. The Ohio Senate on Wednesday added 21 new specialty license plates to the 269 already available to Ohio drivers. The Senate concurred with changes to a larger bill on state highway...

6:43 PM Wednesday, Dec. 06, 2017

UPDATE: Ohioans will have an even larger number of specialty license plates to choose from under a bill that will be sent to Ohio Gov. John Kasich for his signature. The Ohio Senate on Wednesday added 21 new specialty license plates to the 269 already available to Ohio drivers. The Senate concurred with changes to a larger bill on state highway...
Richard Cordray brings governor campaign to Dayton
 Democrat Richard Cordray brought his brand new campaign for Ohio governor to Dayton on Wednesday as one of his rivals announced he won’t be pulling out of the race after all. Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill on Wednesday backed off his pledge to drop out of the 2018 Democratic race for governor if Cordray entered the race...

5:35 PM Wednesday, Dec. 06, 2017

Democrat Richard Cordray brought his brand new campaign for Ohio governor to Dayton on Wednesday as one of his rivals announced he won’t be pulling out of the race after all. Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill on Wednesday backed off his pledge to drop out of the 2018 Democratic race for governor if Cordray entered the race...
Supreme court justice not leaving race for Ohio governor
 Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill on Wednesday backed off his pledge to drop out of the 2018 Democratic race for governor if Richard Cordray entered the race. Cordray announced on Tuesday that he is running for the Democratic nomination. O’Neill, whose entry into the race while remaining on the bench is controversial, now...

3:40 PM Wednesday, Dec. 06, 2017

Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill on Wednesday backed off his pledge to drop out of the 2018 Democratic race for governor if Richard Cordray entered the race. Cordray announced on Tuesday that he is running for the Democratic nomination. O’Neill, whose entry into the race while remaining on the bench is controversial, now...
Changes sought as driver suspensions pile up
 Drivers in Ohio can lose their license for actions that have nothing to do with driving. Failing to pay child support. Dropping out of high school. Getting caught smoking as a juvenile. Skipping a court date or failing to pay fines on misdemeanor charges. And if drivers are among the 5,400 randomly selected each week to get a letter in the...

12:00 AM Saturday, Dec. 02, 2017

Drivers in Ohio can lose their license for actions that have nothing to do with driving. Failing to pay child support. Dropping out of high school. Getting caught smoking as a juvenile. Skipping a court date or failing to pay fines on misdemeanor charges. And if drivers are among the 5,400 randomly selected each week to get a letter in the...
With driver’s license suspensions soaring, lawmakers seek solutions
 Ohio lawmakers seem ready to relax some restrictions on the driving privileges of those who have lost their licenses and have little means to pay the reinstatement fees. At least three bills related to license suspensions are pending in the Ohio legislature. In one, co-sponsored by Jim Butler, R-Ohio, limited driving privileges would be restored...

12:00 AM Saturday, Dec. 02, 2017

Ohio lawmakers seem ready to relax some restrictions on the driving privileges of those who have lost their licenses and have little means to pay the reinstatement fees. At least three bills related to license suspensions are pending in the Ohio legislature. In one, co-sponsored by Jim Butler, R-Ohio, limited driving privileges would be restored...
What they’re saying: DeWine-Husted ticket draws strong Ohio reactions
 Mike DeWine and Jon Husted will run as a ticket for Ohio governor, the Republicans announced Thursday at the University of Dayton. DeWine, the state attorney general, will run for governor and Husted, the secretary of state, will seek to become lieutenant governor. The race for the GOP nomination also includes U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci of Wadsworth...

10:43 PM Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017

Mike DeWine and Jon Husted will run as a ticket for Ohio governor, the Republicans announced Thursday at the University of Dayton. DeWine, the state attorney general, will run for governor and Husted, the secretary of state, will seek to become lieutenant governor. The race for the GOP nomination also includes U.S. Rep. Jim Renacci of Wadsworth...
Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer to run for Ohio House
 Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer is running for the 40th Ohio House seat now held by term-limited state Rep. Mike Henne, R-Clayton, but plans to remain sheriff throughout the 2018 campaign.   House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger introduced and endorsed Plummer at a Dayton Country Club press conference Friday morning, saying the...

10:19 PM Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017

Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer is running for the 40th Ohio House seat now held by term-limited state Rep. Mike Henne, R-Clayton, but plans to remain sheriff throughout the 2018 campaign.   House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger introduced and endorsed Plummer at a Dayton Country Club press conference Friday morning, saying the...
DeWine-Husted ticket called governor’s race ‘dream team’ by GOP state senator
 Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted made it official Thursday, announcing that Husted will drop his bid for governor and join DeWine as his running mate in the 2018 Republican primary for governor.   Both men have deep ties to the Dayton region.   DeWine said Husted brings experience...

4:24 PM Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted made it official Thursday, announcing that Husted will drop his bid for governor and join DeWine as his running mate in the 2018 Republican primary for governor.   Both men have deep ties to the Dayton region.   DeWine said Husted brings experience...
DeWine to name Husted as his running mate in Dayton today
 Two powerful Republicans running for governor have decided to join forces instead of running against each other, sources say. Attorney General Mike DeWine is expected to name Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted as his running mate in the 2018 GOP primary for governor at an event in Dayton on Thursday. Husted and his campaign team could not...

11:07 PM Wednesday, Nov. 29, 2017

Two powerful Republicans running for governor have decided to join forces instead of running against each other, sources say. Attorney General Mike DeWine is expected to name Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted as his running mate in the 2018 GOP primary for governor at an event in Dayton on Thursday. Husted and his campaign team could not...
How to go: Bernie Sanders in Dayton today for rally against tax plan
 U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent who ran for president last year as a Democrat, will lead a rally in Dayton at noon on Saturday against the Republican tax reform proposal now pending in the U.S. Senate. Sanders will appear at the Dayton Masonic Center, 525 W. Riverview Ave., with two progressive groups, Not One Penny and...

9:43 PM Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent who ran for president last year as a Democrat, will lead a rally in Dayton at noon on Saturday against the Republican tax reform proposal now pending in the U.S. Senate. Sanders will appear at the Dayton Masonic Center, 525 W. Riverview Ave., with two progressive groups, Not One Penny and...
Some races from November election remain too close to call
 Automatic recounts will occur in several area races to make sure narrow vote tallies from the Nov. 7 election are accurate. State law requires an automatic recount if the margin of difference in the vote falls within one-half of one percent. Local boards of election tally final official results after counting late-arriving absentee ballots...

11:34 PM Monday, Nov. 27, 2017

Automatic recounts will occur in several area races to make sure narrow vote tallies from the Nov. 7 election are accurate. State law requires an automatic recount if the margin of difference in the vote falls within one-half of one percent. Local boards of election tally final official results after counting late-arriving absentee ballots...
Restaurant owner helps shelter pets find families with a special event
 The coupons for a free dog or cat were gone in 60 seconds at the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center on Saturday during the Send Them Home Saturday pet adoption event. “We are literally churning through everything that is adoptable,” said Mark Kumpf, director of the county’s animal shelter. “A lot of people are...

9:35 PM Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

The coupons for a free dog or cat were gone in 60 seconds at the Montgomery County Animal Resource Center on Saturday during the Send Them Home Saturday pet adoption event. “We are literally churning through everything that is adoptable,” said Mark Kumpf, director of the county’s animal shelter. “A lot of people are...
Bill would give judges more say on trying juveniles as adults
 A local legislator wants to give judges more discretion in binding over youths to the adult justice system, but a prosecutor’s group is opposing the measure because it says it removes a needed crime deterrent. State Rep. Jeff Rezabek, R-Clayton, said he wants juveniles held accountable for their actions, but the law needs to take into...

12:00 AM Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017

A local legislator wants to give judges more discretion in binding over youths to the adult justice system, but a prosecutor’s group is opposing the measure because it says it removes a needed crime deterrent. State Rep. Jeff Rezabek, R-Clayton, said he wants juveniles held accountable for their actions, but the law needs to take into...
O’Neill’s boast of sexual liaisons brings calls for his resignation
 A Facebook post touting his sexual exploits with “50 very attractive females” Friday had colleagues expressing shock and political opponents calling for Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill to resign.   “I condemn in no uncertain terms Justice O’Neill’s Facebook post. No words can convey my...

8:40 PM Friday, Nov. 17, 2017

A Facebook post touting his sexual exploits with “50 very attractive females” Friday had colleagues expressing shock and political opponents calling for Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill to resign.   “I condemn in no uncertain terms Justice O’Neill’s Facebook post. No words can convey my...
With Ohio executions in the news, a look at the human toll of the state’s convicted killers
 Ohio on Wednesday was scheduled to carry out its latest execution, of Alva Campbell Jr., 69, who shot a teenager after stealing his car during an escape from custody. The execution was called off after medical personnel were unable to locate a vein to absorb the three-drug cocktail used as part of the lethal injection process...

1:57 PM Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017

Ohio on Wednesday was scheduled to carry out its latest execution, of Alva Campbell Jr., 69, who shot a teenager after stealing his car during an escape from custody. The execution was called off after medical personnel were unable to locate a vein to absorb the three-drug cocktail used as part of the lethal injection process...
New death date set for man after state halted his execution
 Convicted killer Alva Campbell, Jr. received a rare reprieve from his scheduled execution Wednesday when medical personnel were unable to locate a vein to absorb the three-drug cocktail used as part of the lethal injection process. His new execution date was later rescheduled for June 15, 2019. Ohio Gov. John Kasich issued the reprieve for...

11:00 AM Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017

Convicted killer Alva Campbell, Jr. received a rare reprieve from his scheduled execution Wednesday when medical personnel were unable to locate a vein to absorb the three-drug cocktail used as part of the lethal injection process. His new execution date was later rescheduled for June 15, 2019. Ohio Gov. John Kasich issued the reprieve for...
Supreme Court denies last-minute clemency bid for man who killed teen during an escape from custody
 An Ohio man lost his final bid to avoid execution after the U.S. Supreme Court today denied his motion to stay execution of his death sentence. The ruling sets the stage for the Wednesday morning execution of Alva Campbell Jr., 69, who shot a teenager after stealing his car during an escape from custody. Campbell is scheduled to die by lethal...

9:52 PM Monday, Nov. 13, 2017

An Ohio man lost his final bid to avoid execution after the U.S. Supreme Court today denied his motion to stay execution of his death sentence. The ruling sets the stage for the Wednesday morning execution of Alva Campbell Jr., 69, who shot a teenager after stealing his car during an escape from custody. Campbell is scheduled to die by lethal...
Clayton mayor-elect turns focus to development after ousting incumbent
 Clayton will have a new mayor in January after Councilman Mike Stevens defeated incumbent Mayor Joyce Deitering in Tuesday’s election. “I attribute my win to getting a message out there: to increase our development in Clayton, economic and residential. And I think that message resonated with our residents,” said Stevens...

6:17 PM Friday, Nov. 10, 2017

Clayton will have a new mayor in January after Councilman Mike Stevens defeated incumbent Mayor Joyce Deitering in Tuesday’s election. “I attribute my win to getting a message out there: to increase our development in Clayton, economic and residential. And I think that message resonated with our residents,” said Stevens...
Local lawmaker says state supreme court justice violating conduct code
 State Rep. Niraj Antani wants to haul Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill before a joint session of the General Assembly to answer charges that he’s violating the judicial code of conduct. Antani, a Miamisburg Republican, said that conduct rules prohibit a sitting judge from running for a partisan, non-judicial office. The...

5:17 PM Thursday, Nov. 09, 2017

State Rep. Niraj Antani wants to haul Ohio Supreme Court Justice Bill O’Neill before a joint session of the General Assembly to answer charges that he’s violating the judicial code of conduct. Antani, a Miamisburg Republican, said that conduct rules prohibit a sitting judge from running for a partisan, non-judicial office. The...
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