Cedar Point opens one month from Thursday, and you can’t miss their newest roller coaster.
A southeastern Michigan man has been indicted in Ohio for a wrong-way crash that killed a 26-year-old man late last year.
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Patient care doesn’t stop at state lines in the Midwest any more. Two of the nation’s fastest-growing health information exchanges — Michigan Health Connect and Ohio’s CliniSync — can now help physicians in both states securely exchange patient information using Direct.
“These defendants operated a truck- and cargo-theft ring, stealing from Ohio, Michigan and Indiana, which resulted in multimillion-dollar losses,” said Stephen D. Anthony, who leads the FBI in northern Ohio.
Authorities say they’re looking into whether a Michigan man who died after a crash on I-75 was distracted by his phone.
A man facing execution for a murder in Ohio has never been prosecuted for killing a Michigan video store operator during the same multi-state crime spree.
The Ann Arbor database company ProQuest and Dublin, Ohio-based Online Computer Library Center Inc. are launching a far-reaching data exchange program that will enhance the library discovery experience for users of OCLC’s WorldCat Local service, ProQuest’s Summon service, the full-text of ProQuest Central and ebrary e-books.
Two local leaders say the FBI has informed them that their names have shown up on a “hit list” of a suspected white supremacist.
A judge has dismissed a criminal case against an Ohio man who authorities say lost control of his car and struck a Michigan State Police trooper in 2011.