Julie Carr Smyth, The Associated Press

Julie Carr Smyth

The Associated Press

Worthington, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Julie:

Latest Ohio opioid deal aims to appease cities, counties

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Local governments would get more authority over how Ohio’s share of a national opioid settlement is spent — but the → Read More

Fans seek John Glenn statue to mark milestones at Statehouse

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Fans of the late astronaut and U.S. Sen. John Glenn are working to bring a statue of his likeness to the Ohio Statehouse to mar → Read More

Ohio working to craft unusual opioid bargain

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio’s governor, attorney general and dozens of local governments are nearing agreement on divvying up proceeds of a pote → Read More

Annie Glenn, widow of astronaut John Glenn, turning 100

Annie Glenn is doing fine ahead of her 100th birthday Monday and that the family is appreciative of the continued affection and interest toward her, a family spokesman says. → Read More

Local governments in Ohio seeking unity in opioid litigation

COLUMBUS — Dozens of Ohio local government leaders gathered privately in Columbus Tuesday to discuss how to divide millions of dollars from a prospective opioid settlement, potentially positioning them to → Read More

Federal government backs Ohio on Down syndrome abortion law

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The federal government took Ohio’s side Tuesday in a lawsuit over a state law prohibiting doctors from performing abortions based on a fetal diagnosis of Down syndrome. “Nothing in Ohio’s law creates a substantial obstacle to women obtaining an abortion,” the Justice Department said in a filing, “and nothing in the […] → Read More

Federal government backs Ohio on Down syndrome abortion law

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The federal government took Ohio’s side Tuesday in a lawsuit over a state law prohibiting doctors from performing abortio → Read More

Snow, winds wane after tangling traffic, threatening parade

Wintry weather temporarily loosened its grip across much of the U. S. just in time for Thanksgiving, after tangling holiday travelers in wind, ice and snow and before more major storms descend Friday. Tim Kalik shovels snow onto his daughter, Lucy, 9, in Stillwater, Minn. on Wednesday morning, Nov. 27, 2019. Lucy has a snow day from school today and is waiting for her friends to go sledding. Tim… → Read More

Libraries to boycott publisher’s e-book policy

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Several large library systems across the U.S. plan to suspend purchases beginning Friday of all electronic versions of Macmilla → Read More

Companies reach tentative deal to settle opioids lawsuit

The tentative settlement involves drug distributors AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKessen and drug manufacturer Teva. → Read More

Companies reach tentative deal to settle opioids lawsuit

The tentative settlement involves drug distributors AmerisourceBergen, Cardinal Health and McKessen and drug manufacturer Teva. → Read More

Jury selection set to begin in landmark federal opioid trial

CLEVELAND (AP) — Jury selection is scheduled to begin Wednesday in the first federal trial over the opioids epidemic. Two Ohio counties claim drug companies that made, distributed and sold prescription painkillers engaged in a deadly conspiracy that has inflicted massive damage on their communities and created a costly public nuisance. → Read More

Ruling leaves Ohio ban on Down syndrome abortions on hold

A federal appeals court has upheld a judge’s decision to put on hold an Ohio law prohibiting doctors from performing abortions based on a fetal diagnosis of Down syndrome. The 2-1 ruling Friday from the 6th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati says the law passed in 2017 is likely unconstitutional. The Ohio Attorney General’s Office says it will seek reconsideration by the full 6th… → Read More

Police raised concerns about gunman 8 years before shooting

AMARILLO, Texas (AP) — Police reports describe concerns eight years ago that the gunman who killed seven and wounded 25 last month in West Texas might have been planning an attack. CNN reports police in Amarillo, Texas, went to the home of Seth Ator’s mother in February 2011 after she told them he had refused […] → Read More

Terrorism charge against SUV driver in suburban Chicago mall

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (AP) — A man accused of driving an SUV through a suburban Chicago shopping mall has been charged with terrorism. Police in Schaumburg announced the charge early Sunday morning against 22-year-old Javier Garcia, of Palatine, Illinois. Garcia also was charged with felony criminal damage to property. He was scheduled to appear in bond […] → Read More

Ohio presidents exhibit highlights little known ‘fun facts’

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The role of Ohio’s formidable run of early U.S. presidents in establishing lasting national customs like the White House Easter egg roll and West Wing war room is explored in a history exhibition running through late December. “The Ohio Presidents: Surprising Legacies ” opened this month at the Decorative Arts Center […] → Read More

Federal judge in Cleveland in opioid litigation won't remove himself from case

COLUMBUS — The federal judge in Cleveland overseeing national opioid litigation denied the requests Thursday of several drug companies that he remove himself from the case. → Read More

Federal judge in Cleveland in opioid litigation won't remove himself from case

COLUMBUS — The federal judge in Cleveland overseeing national opioid litigation denied the requests Thursday of several drug companies that he remove himself from the case. → Read More

Judge in opioid litigation won’t remove himself from case

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The federal judge in Cleveland overseeing national opioid litigation denied the requests Thursday of several drug companies tha → Read More

Judge in opioid litigation won't remove himself from case

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - The federal judge in Cleveland overseeing national opioid litigation denied the requests Thursday of several drug companies that he remove himself from the case. U.S. District Court Judge Dan Polster said in his order that he has done nothing over the past two years to favor cities and counties seeking money from the pharmaceutical industry to cover their costs of fighting… → Read More