Mike DeWine

Ohio governor Mike DeWine introduced a new bill, yesterday, to curb future gun violence in the state. According to WCPO, the bill would increase prison time for those convicted of gun crimes. It would also “pink slip” gun owners, who may be in crisis for mental health evaluations, before they’re required to give up their […]

The person or people responsible for the killing of eight people have not been arrested as of Sunday morning. WLWT reports that seven adults and a teenager were killed in several homes in Pike County, which is about 70 miles east of Cincinnati. Attorney General Mike DeWine released the victims’s names, with most of them […]

The investigation surrounding the 2014 death of Tanisha Anderson at the hands of the police has taken a new turn after it was announced that the Ohio attorney general's office was named the special prosecutor in the case, NBC News reports.

Demolition is scheduled to begin today on a crime-ridden apartment complex in Evanston. The St. Leger Apartments, at the corner of Montgomery Rd. and Gilbert, will be raised to make way for new multi-family homes. The project is being funded by the Ohio Attorney General‘s office, through its “Moving Ohio Forward” demolition grant program. Recent […]

Governor John Kasich is expected to soon sign a bill, banning internet cafes in Ohio. The Ohio House passed a measure, Wednesday, that would shut down 600 cafes statewide. Supporters of the measure say the internet cafes have become establishments for illegal internet gambling. Cafe owners disagree, saying they are being pushed out of business […]

The Ohio Senate begins a debate later this week on a bill that targets repeat violent criminals. Attorney General Mike DeWine unveiled the violent career criminal act yesterday.The measure would double the prison time for criminals convicted of two or more gun crimes. Click here to read more. Recent Stories: Council Looks for Answers to […]

Parents across Ohio are being warned to watch out for a child enticement suspect. State Attorney General Mike DeWine says a man in a white, windowless, van has been approaching boys and girls in Ohio and two other states. The man targets these children as they walk home from school. Three attempts in Butler County […]

Ohioans are being urged to check their identity during tax season. Ohio Attorney General, Mike DeWine, says criminals are looking to swipe tax refunds by using victim’s social security numbers to file fake returns. They’ve also posed as fake tax preparers. DeWine says tax preparers should present the proper credentials, and people should never sign […]