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Michigan Company Sues LeBron James Over Shop Talk Concept

DETROIT (AP) — A Michigan company has filed a federal lawsuit against LeBron James, claiming his digital media platform stole an idea. Adventure Enterprise is suing “Uninterrupted,” which was co-founded by James with business partner Maverick Carter, and Cree Nix for...

Findlay may change rules on junk vehicles, tall weeds

Findlay Council is considering changes to the city’s rules on junk vehicles and tall weeds in an effort to improve enforcement. Council gave a first reading to an ordinance tonight that would amend the city’s rules to include several conditions that would deem a vehicle to...

Updated: All Elder-Beerman stores expected to close

All Elder-Beerman stores are expected to close as Bon-Ton Stores Inc. heads for liquidation, the Dayton Daily News is reporting. Two bids from liquidators were submitted at the bankruptcy auction Tuesday for Bon-Ton Stores, the parent company of Elder-Beerman, according to the...

More Than 100,000 Still Without Power After Weekend Storm

DETROIT (AP) — About 105,000 DTE Energy customers remain without power following freezing rain, high winds and snow from a weekend storm. The Detroit-based utility says most are expected to have electricity restored by Tuesday night. It says 390,000 homes and businesses had lost...

Teen Arrested In Death Of 98-year-old Woman Found In Closet

WADSWORTH, Ohio (AP) — A 17-year-old boy has been arrested in the death of a 98-year-old woman found inside a closet at her Ohio home. Wadsworth police Chief Randy Reinke says officers found Margaret Douglas’ wallet during a search of the teenager’s home on Monday....

Oklahoma City’s George Rolling Heading Into Game 2 Vs. Utah

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Paul George has found his shot. Actually, the Oklahoma City Thunder All-Star has been on a roll heading into the playoffs. In the five regular season games in April, he averaged 27.6 points and made 41 percent of his 3-pointers and 90 percent of his free...

J.T. Barrett Tries To Make Draft Impression With Bengals

CINCINNATI (AP) — J.T. Barrett peeled off the orange No. 5 practice jersey, tossed it in a laundry bin and headed for the locker room. He stopped at one intersection and tried to get his bearings — he’d never had to navigate the Paul Brown Stadium passageways. The...

Browns Owner Dee Haslam Steps Down As Media Company CEO

CLEVELAND (AP) — Browns owner Dee Haslam is stepping down as the CEO of her media company to focus more on the NFL franchise and community work in Cleveland. RIVR Media, which is based in Knoxville, Tennessee, and co-founded by Haslam, announced that Rob Lundgren will become CEO....
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VIDEO: Ohio Northern unveils new MLK statue

Ohio Northern University unveiled its new statue commemorating Martin Luther King, Jr.’s 1968 speech at the university on Tuesday. The new statue, sculpted by Tad McKillop, is located next to a plaque that had formerly been the university’s only public commemoration...

North Baltimore’s movie theater to close next month

NORTH BALTIMORE — The final curtain is expected to come down on North Baltimore’s 80-year-old movie theater next month. North Baltimore Virginia Motion Pictures will show its last film in early May, according to company officials. “It is with our deepest sadness, that we are...