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COLUMBUS, Ohio | Michigan’s Higdon stokes hype, predicts win over Ohio State

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Michigan running back Karan Higdon pondered the question for a moment, smirked and glanced up at tight end Zach Gentry next to him. Then Higdon leaned forward to the microphone and predicted a Michigan victory over Ohio State. It was the shot heard across the Midwest on Monday as the hype machine … Continue reading COLUMBUS, Ohio | Michigan’s Higdon stokes hype, predicts win over Ohio State

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty Launches Its Dream… Innovate… Grow Scholarship Program for High School Seniors

  PITTSBURGH, PA/ NOVEMBER 13, 2018 (STL.News) Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty, Western Pennsylvania and Ohio’s leading real estate company, has launched its inaugural Trade School and College Scholarship program. Three renewable scholarships valued up to $4,000 ($1,000 per academic year) will be awarded to three qualified individuals. The Dream… Innovate… Grow scholarship is … Continue reading Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices The Preferred Realty Launches Its Dream… Innovate… Grow Scholarship Program for High School Seniors

Pennsylvania News: Ohio Man, David Edward Johnson Sentenced to Prison for Passing Counterfeit Notes

ERIE, Pa. – A former resident of Ohio pleaded guilty and was sentenced in federal court to one year and a day in jail, and ordered to make $4,000 in restitution on his conviction of passing and uttering counterfeit money, obligations, or securities, United States Attorney Scott W. Brady announced today. United States District Judge … Continue reading Pennsylvania News: Ohio Man, David Edward Johnson Sentenced to Prison for Passing Counterfeit Notes

MICHIGAN News: Two Ohio Men Plead Guilty To Conspiring To Unlawfully Export Firearms To Lebanon

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN – U.S. Attorney Andrew Birge announced today that Abdul Majid Saidi, 42, and Walid Mounir Chehade, 38, both of metro Cleveland, Ohio, each pleaded guilty before a U.S. Magistrate Judge pursuant to a plea agreement to one count of conspiring to violate the Arms Export Control Act. The guilty pleas were accepted … Continue reading MICHIGAN News: Two Ohio Men Plead Guilty To Conspiring To Unlawfully Export Firearms To Lebanon

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio | Cavaliers’ coaching situation unclear after Lue’s firing

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — After an emotional day and restless night, Larry Drew went back to work. He organized practice, met with stunned players still reeling from Tyronn Lue’s firing and put the Cleveland Cavaliers through drills as they prepared for Tuesday’s game. But after walking off the floor, Drew, the team’s top assistant coach under … Continue reading INDEPENDENCE, Ohio | Cavaliers’ coaching situation unclear after Lue’s firing

BEREA, Ohio | Browns fire coach Jackson, owner cites ‘internal discord’

BEREA, Ohio  — Hue Jackson’s failed, flawed tenure with the Cleveland Browns is finally over. The team fired its embattled coach on Monday, ending a run of futility nearly unmatched in NFL history. Jackson, who went 3-36-1 in two-plus seasons, was dismissed Monday by general manager John Dorsey with the backing of owners Dee and … Continue reading BEREA, Ohio | Browns fire coach Jackson, owner cites ‘internal discord’

COLUMBUS, Ohio | More men join sexual misconduct suit against Ohio State doc

COLUMBUS, Ohio — About three dozen former students have joined a federal lawsuit alleging Ohio State University officials knew about and didn’t stop a team doctor accused of conducting unnecessary genital exams on athletes and other young men decades ago. The amended complaint includes allegations about Richard Strauss from ex-athletes from various sports, including a … Continue reading COLUMBUS, Ohio | More men join sexual misconduct suit against Ohio State doc

COLUMBUS, Ohio | Fired Ohio St assistant Smith pleads guilty to lesser charge

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Fired Ohio State assistant football coach Zach Smith has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct and an Ohio court issued a three-year protective order that keeps him away from his ex-wife. Smith had been facing a criminal trespass charge stemming from a May dispute. According to Delaware Municipal Court … Continue reading COLUMBUS, Ohio | Fired Ohio St assistant Smith pleads guilty to lesser charge