Associated Press en Federal Judge Rules Ohio Must Recognize Out-Of-State Gay Marriage <p>A federal judge has ordered Ohio authorities to recognize the marriages of gay couples performed in other states.&nbsp; Judge Timothy Black's ruling on Monday criticized the state's "ongoing arbitrary discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation."</p><p>He says the state's marriage recognition bans are unconstitutional and unenforceable.</p><p>Rick Cauthen and his partner of nine years, were married in New York in 2012. He says when they had their taxes done this year, it was a reminder that Ohio considers their marriage invalid.</p> Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:01:35 +0000 Jerry Kenney & Associated Press 48488 at Ohio Spends Another $2 Million For Road Salt <p></p><p style="margin-top: 12px; margin-right: 0px; margin-bottom: 12px; margin-left: 0px; padding-top: 0px; padding-right: 0px; padding-bottom: 0px; padding-left: 0px; ">COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio officials have approved spending another $2 million on road salt to replenish supplies used during the long, snowy winter.</p> Tue, 25 Mar 2014 19:24:37 +0000 Associated Press 47560 at Ohio Spends Another $2 Million For Road Salt Lawsuit Targets Traffic Cameras In Dayton <p>The city of Dayton has become the latest front in the legal assault on traffic cameras in Ohio.</p> Tue, 25 Mar 2014 18:43:12 +0000 Associated Press 47555 at Lawsuit Targets Traffic Cameras In Dayton Kasich Releases State Capital Budget <p></p><p>On Tuesday, Ohio Gov. John Kasich released a nearly $2.4 billion state construction budget. Included in the budget: funding for a host of community, school, park and prison projects.&nbsp;Quick action is expected on the budget bill put out by Kasich and state legislative leaders.</p><p>The bill directs $675 million toward primary and secondary schools and $450 million toward public colleges and universities for repairs, renovations and new buildings.</p> Wed, 19 Mar 2014 21:17:15 +0000 Associated Press & Jerry Kenney 47295 at Kasich Releases State Capital Budget UD's St. Patrick's Parties Less Rowdy <p>Authorities say University of Dayton student neighborhoods toned down their St. Patrick's Day partying this year.</p><p>School officials said in a statement Monday night that students celebrated responsibly overall. Three people were arrested Monday afternoon in a gathering after classes ended, and police said there were at least 10 citations for violations of city open container laws.</p><p>It wasn't known immediately whether the people arrested were UD students.</p> Tue, 18 Mar 2014 14:02:22 +0000 Associated Press & Dayton Daily News 47228 at