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State Tipoffs Involving Ohio Newsletter for Wednesday May 24, 2023 ( 8 items )  

Attorney General Yost, Others Sue First VoIP Provider Since Forming Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 24 -- Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following news release on May 23, 2023: Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is suing a key player accused of bombarding millions of Americans with billions of illegal robocalls. The lawsuit - led by Ohio, Arizona, Indiana and North Carolina, and joined by 44 other states and the District of Columbia - marks the first legal action of the bipartisan Anti Robocall Multistate Litigation Task Force, which was formed last year. By comb  more

Cedarville University: George Huff Scholarship Blesses Students for Years to Come
CEDARVILLE, Ohio, May 23 (TNSfund) -- Cedarville University issued the following news: Spring of 2023 marks the inaugural awarding of the George Huff Social Work Scholarship to five social work students at Cedarville University. This fund was established by anonymous donors in honor of George Huff, senior professor of social work, who has faithfully served the university and its students for 23 years. The scholarship fund, worth $250,000, is the largest scholarship fund for social work student  more

E.W. Scripps: State Farm Signs On as Title Sponsor for WNBA Friday Night Spotlight on ION
CINCINNATI, Ohio, May 24 -- The E.W. Scripps, a broadcasting company, issued the following news release on May 23, 2023: State Farm has signed an agreement with The E.W. Scripps Company (NASDAQ: SSP) to serve as title sponsor of "WNBA Friday Night Spotlight on ION" for the 2023 WNBA season. Scripps and the WNBA announced on April 20 a multi-year agreement to televise regular-season games on Friday nights on ION, a national entertainment network that reaches every U.S. TV household over-the-air  more

Ohio A.G. Yost: Coy Prosecution Returning to Franklin County Prosecutor's Office
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 24 -- Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following news release on May 22, 2023: Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced this morning that he is returning the ongoing prosecution of former Columbus Police Officer Adam Coy to the Franklin County Prosecutor's Office. "This transition will help maintain consistency in prosecutorial efforts," Yost said. "It's what's best for the case and what's best for the state of Ohio." On Dec. 22, 2020, while responding to a repo  more

Ohio A.G. Yost: Two Franklin County John Does Identified
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 24 -- Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost issued the following news release on May 23, 2023: Two sets of human remains that have long defied identification - one for 30 years, the other for 17 - now have their names back, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Franklin County Coroner Nathaniel Overmire announced today. "We work cold cases because everyone counts and everyone deserves justice," Yost said. "Each time we crack a cold case, the emotions of empathy and anticipation are  more

Ohio Democratic Party: J.D. Vance Escalates Ohio Republicans' "Family Fight" With Endorsement
COLUMBUS, Ohio, May 24 -- The Ohio Democratic Party issued the following news: Ohio Democratic Party spokesperson Reeves Oyster released the following statement in response to J.D. Vance escalating Ohio Republicans' "Family Fight" with a new endorsement. The primary for Ohio's Senate seat has already been called one of the "messiest, "most expensive" and "bruising" battles in the country. "The politicians vying for Ohio's Senate seat have wasted no time attacking one another and the infighting  more

University of Dayton: Consultant to U.N., E.U. Named University's Human Rights Center Executive Director
DAYTON, Ohio, May 24 (TNSper) -- University of Dayton issued the following news: A distinguished scholar who has served as a consultant to the European Union and the United Nations, Natalie Florea Hudson '01 will become executive director of the University of Dayton Human Rights Center, effective June 16. "I am honored and humbled to take on this new role working with the faculty, staff and students committed to human rights research, education and advocacy at UD, in Dayton and beyond," said H  more

Wright State University: Donald Hopkins Appointed Interim Dean, Rachel Sturm, Interim Associate Dean, of Raj Soin College of Business
KENT, Ohio, May 24 (TNSper) -- Wright State University issued the following news: Donald H. Hopkins, director of the Master of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management Programs, has been appointed the interim dean of the Wright State University Raj Soin College of Business, effective June 1. In addition, Rachel E. Sturm, Ph.D., associate professor and chair of the Department of Management and International Business, will serve as the college's interim associate dean. Hopkins will repla  more