It's convenient to pick up some laundry detergent at the store, but it's not difficult to create your own.
Soap and water are a time-tested duo against dirt and germs, and homemade cleaners can carry away grime without added chemicals or perfumes.
All it takes are a few, simple ingredients to make laundry detergent — li ... (full story)
NEW YORK (AP) — Every so often a revolution transforms something truly basic, rendering the status quo somewhat, well, primitive.
First came covered sewers, then indoor plumbing and flush toilets. Now, one bathroom at a time, another major shift in toilet hygiene is quietly underway. A new generation of toilets may one day ... (full story)
NEW YORK (AP) — Bryan Cranston doesn't need to chase paychecks anymore. His salary for "Breaking Bad" wasn't exactly at drug kingpin levels, but he's secure.
So now what? Now it gets interesting.
"I don't need work — I don't need to work ever again," says the actor. "So the choices that I ... (full story)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — When Dorothy Dugdale was growing up in Indianapolis, her father — as head of the mortgage department for a life insurance company — was forced to travel a great deal.
But every day he was gone, he would sit down at a table in his hotel room and write a personal letter to Dorothy or one ... (full story)
The principal of Elder High School in Cincinnati has joined Rep. Louis Terhar in campaigning for a bill that would designate a portion of State Route 264 within Cincinnati as the Elder High School Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway.
House Bill 373 would recognize the 11 Elder High graduates who lost their lives in combat in the V ... (full story)
CHICAGO (AP) — An effort to scrub Eliot Ness's reputation as the federal lawman who brought down Al Capone came to Chicago's City Hall on Friday.
In a hearing that was unusual for focusing on events that played out 80 years ago, a city council committee voted to send a resolution to the full council next week that would ur ... (full story)
The director of the Champaign County Board of Elections has said there is a good reason why she is backing a bill that would eliminate special elections in Ohio.
“In my experience, special elections have always caused problems for a board of elections,” Kathy Meyer said.
“Especially since the filing deadline ... (full story)
The 2nd District Court of Appeals recently affirmed the judgment of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas in its ruling that police had probable cause to arrest and search Sammie Foreman when he ran from police during an investigation.
Foreman was convicted following pleas of no contest to one count of first-degree felony ... (full story)
COLUMBUS––Joe Milton Moorhead, believed to be the oldest retired judge in Ohio, died Saturday at age 105 with his family by his side, according to an obituary today in The (Findlay) Courier.
Court News Ohio profiled Judge Moorhead on April 26, on the eve of his 105th birthday.
He graduated from Ohio Northern Unive ... (full story)
CINCINNATI (AP) — A juvenile court judge accused of misusing county credit cards and backdating court documents could go on trial as early as June, the judge overseeing her case said Tuesday.
Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter, 47, did not attend a court hearing for scheduling matters on Tuesday. She has pl ... (full story)
The 2013 International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) annual law firm survey is out. Here are some of the findings, broken down by firm size (over and under 50 lawyers).
Like 2012, purchases focused on core hardware and mission critical software purchases, while software upgrades declined. Purchases of printers/MFDs and ser ... (full story)