Excerpt from the editorial Viewpoint in today's Register: “If I had to make an educated guess, the gun went off as (the witness) was playing around with it while Jacob was on the phone in close proximity of (the witness), which explains the blood splatter on the shoes...” wrote Sandusky County sheriff's detective Sean O'Connell, the lead investigator in the coroner's inquest of the death of 19-year-old Jacob Limberios.
A top official with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is optimistic that a nationwide project examining natural gas hydraulic fracturing and potential drinking water impacts will provide comprehensive guidelines to help scientists and the public identify the key issues to focus on. But the industry said past studies have already shown the process is safe.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is scheduled to be the guest Tuesday afternoon on 'Between the Lines Live.' The program is tentatively slated to start at about 2:15 p.m., and the audience room should be open for questions from viewers.
A condemned killer fighting his execution because of his extreme weight does not have accessible veins in his arms or hands and could not receive a lethal injection in his legs because he is so obese, a doctor said in a court filing.