WASHINGTON— More than half (57 percent) of violent offenders who were released from state prison in 2016 served less than three years before their release, the Bureau of Justice Statistics announced today. About 1 in 25 violent offenders served 20 years or more before their release.… Read full story
BOWLING GREEN – Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers filed felony drug charges against two women – one from Ohio and one from New York – after a traffic stop in Wood County. During the traffic stop, troopers seized 50 grams of methamphetamine valued at approximately $5,000. … Read full story
(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a consumer protection lawsuit against the operator of Elegant Bride, a bridal store accused of failing to deliver wedding gowns and accessories to dozens of customers.
The lawsuit accuses the business and its owner, Frances Murphy, of violating state consumer protection laws by failing to deliver bridal gowns, accessories, and alterations to consumers and failing to provide refunds.… Read full story
The Mount Vernon Board of Education recognized the outstanding student accomplishments of National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist Herbert Meyer and Victoria Baker, Josephine Noonan, Charles Mayville, and Mehmet Schubel, National Merit Scholarship Commended Students during the November board meeting.
To view the entire board meeting select MV BOE Videos from the Board of Education pull-down menu on the District Home Page.
If anyone recognizes the gentleman at the far left side of this photo (no hat), please have him contact Chief Dan Weckesser of the Danville Police Department. Property belonging to him has been recovered and may be claimed through Chief Weckesser.… Read full story
In New Letter to President Trump, Senators Brown, Wyden, and Schumer Urge President Trump to Continue Applying Pressure on China Recent News Reports Indicate that China has Not Offered to Make Any Meaningful Trade Concessions and has Continued Their Predatory and Abusive Trade Practices of Stealing Intellectual Property, Flooding American Markets with Cheap Goods, and Barring U.S.… Read full story
Investigators reduce levels of protein that can cause potentially fatal pregnancy disorder.
In studies of mice and nonhuman primates, researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health have used a technique known as RNA interference to reduce high levels of a protein that can cause preeclampsia, a potentially fatal high blood pressure disorder of pregnancy.… Read full story