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Arizona man connected by DNA to 4 slayings indicted in Ohio

Arizona man connected by DNA to 4 slayings indicted in Ohio

CLEVELAND (AP) — Ohio authorities charged a man last Thursday with aggravated murder in the 1992 slaying of a woman at a truck stop, one of four such killings they say he is linked to through DNA evidence.
Samuel Legg III, 49, was extradited in January from Arizona to face charges in the sexual assault of a 17-year-old girl ... (full story)


Senate GOP looks to 86 economy-stunting regs

It's indisputable Senate Republicans at the Ohio Statehouse are serious about nixing unnecessary and cumbersome regulation - Senate Bill 1, the first legislation of the new session, aims at cutting existing red tape by about a third.
Napoleon Sen. Rob McColley revived Senate Bill 293, which failed to advance beyond a first hearin ... (full story)


Former Jones Day lawyer advises legal job seekers

A former Jones day attorney is publishing a book about how to get a job in the highly competitive modern legal marketplace.
Rachel Tessa Gezerseh, formerly of the Los Angeles office of Cleveland’s Jones Day law firm, is expanding her passion project of teaching lawyers and law students about job searching in the “BigL ... (full story)


Bombshell book alleges a Vatican gay subculture, hypocrisy

Bombshell book alleges a Vatican gay subculture, hypocrisy

VATICAN CITY (AP) — A gay French writer has lifted the lid on what he calls one of the world's largest gay communities, the Vatican, estimating that most of its prelates are homosexually inclined and attributing much of the current crisis in the Catholic Church to an internecine war among them.
In the explosive book, " ... (full story)


EPA outlines plan for dealing with toxic chemicals in water

EPA outlines plan for dealing with toxic chemicals in water

Under pressure from Congress, the Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday that it would move toward setting safety limits for a class of highly toxic chemicals contaminating drinking water in several states. Environmentalists countered that the agency wasn't moving fast enough.
Acting EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler releas ... (full story)