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DUI Debate

Mothers Against Drunk Driving joins litigation over Ohio’s DUI enforcement policies

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 22, 2014
If Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) can convince the Ohio Statehouse to pass “Annie’s Law,” or HB 469, all first-time DUI offenders wishing to drive during any probation will have to install a breathalyzer machine in their car and pass it for the car to start.   

Legal Limit

How a local court case is quietly shedding light on Ohio's Lucrative DUI Industry

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 11, 2014
One in seven Ohioans with a driver’s license has at least one — a life-long legal scar that has become the voodoo of our generation(s). According to the Ohio Department of Safety, more than 1.3 million licensed drivers in the state have at least one DUI conviction. This eye-opening number suggests far too many Ohioans are getting behind the wheel impaired.   

Disturbing the Peace

A metaphysical feud is causing tension between two very different stewards of Serpent Mound

3 Comments · Wednesday, November 6, 2013
The Serpent’s great debate continues as it challenges a colorful group of experts that include archeologists, geologists, anthropologists, astrologists, paleontologists, fringe scientists, and “archaeoastronomists.” And the quest to answer the Serpent Mound mystery has sparked a present day stand-off between Native Americans and “New Agers.”   

Low Prices, Low Wages

National organization leads employee protests and strikes against Walmart

1 Comments · Tuesday, November 20, 2012
If you’re planning on buying a flat-screen at Walmart this Black Friday, you might just witness a flash mob by fed-up Walmart employees who are calling for higher wages and greater respect for the 1.3 million associates that work in the U.S.   

In Harm’s Way

Non-combat deaths of Ohio soldiers raise questions about U.S. military’s treatment of female members

0 Comments · Tuesday, March 27, 2012
There are several Ohio families whose military daughters died from “non-combat” circumstances, and their tragedy was amplified when the military tried to tarnish the victim’s reputation and even blame the victim for her own death.

  

Senate Bill No. 5 Energizes Unions, Democrats

Critics question private sector’s motives

3 Comments · Wednesday, November 2, 2011
If the latest Quinnipiac University Polling Institute survey holds true, which reveals that 57 percent of Ohio’s registered voters favor repealing Senate Bill No. 5 while only 32 percent oppose it, then the controversial measure is doomed. And if the opposition to SB 5 does turn out in an off-year election to vote “no” on Ohio Issue 2 , after gathering an all-time state record of 1.3 million signatures on petitions, what exactly has influenced and incited so many?
  

Cover Story: The Visitors

Muslim Americans find the FBI at their jobs as the post-9/11 world sorts itself out

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 1, 2004
Dr. Mohammed Shamma is considered a patriarch within Greater Cincinnati's Muslim and Middle Eastern community. When he hears that the FBI and even the CIA have been making surprise visits in the