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Mark Gillispie

The Associated Press

Cleveland, OH, United States

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  • azfamily.com
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Recent articles by Mark:

Judge: Pharmacies owe 2 Ohio counties $650M in opioids suit

A federal judge in Cleveland awarded $650 million in damages Wednesday to two Ohio counties that won a landmark lawsuit against national pharmacy chains CVS, Walgreens and Walmart, claiming the way they distributed opioids to customers caused severe harm to communities and created a public nuisance. → Read More

Judge: Pharmacies owe 2 Ohio counties $650M in opioids lawsuit

WWMT-TV Newschannel 3 provides local news, weather forecasts, notices of events and entertainment programming for Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Battle Creek, South Haven, Paw Paw, Portage, Otsego, Texas Township, Oshtemo, Plainwell, Allegan, Holland, Saugatuck, Holland, Wayland, Kentwood, Middleville, Hastings, Marshall, Three Rivers, Sturgis, Constantine, Coldwater, Albion, Wyoming, Hudsonville,… → Read More

CVS, Walmart and Walgreens ordered to pay $650M in opioids lawsuit

NBC 10 WJAR is the news, sports and weather leader for Providence, Rhode Island and surrounding communities, including Cranston, Pawtucket, Woonsocket, Warwick, Newport, Bristol and Narragansett, Rhode Island and Attleboro, North Attleborough, Swansea, Fall River, Taunton and New Bedford, Massachusetts. → Read More

Billions pour into bioplastics as markets begin ramping up

CLEVELAND (AP) — In a world increasingly troubled by the persistent harm that plastic — manufactured in petrochemical plants — has had on the environment, companies are investing billions of dollar… → Read More

Billions pour into bioplastics as markets begin ramping up

In a world increasingly troubled by the persistent harm that plastic — manufactured in petrochemical plants — has had on the environment, companies are investing billions of dollars to ramp up production of plastics made from natural, renewable materials that can be safely composted or can biodegrade under the right conditions. → Read More

Investors, Companies Bet Big on Bioplastics

The bioplastics industry envisions a far bigger role in the hopes of grabbing a larger share of a nearly $600 billion global plastic market. → Read More

Trump-appointed judge blocks anti-discrimination protections for LGBTQ people

A judge in Tennessee has temporarily barred two federal agencies from enforcing directives issued by President Joe Biden’s administration that extended protections for LGBTQ people in schools and workplaces. U.S. District Judge Charles Atchley Jr. → Read More

Cleveland officer sues rookie partner for friendly fire

CLEVELAND (AP) — A Cleveland police officer claims another officer panicked and “blindly” shot her when they confronted a man standing in a boarding house bathroom with a gun, acc… → Read More

US agencies temporarily barred from enforcing LGBTQ guidance for school, workplaces

A judge in Tennessee has temporarily barred two federal agencies from enforcing directives issued by President Joe Biden's administration that extended protecti → Read More

US agencies temporarily barred from enforcing LGBTQ guidance

A judge in Tennessee has temporarily barred two federal agencies from enforcing directives issued by President Biden's administration that extended protections for LGBTQ people. → Read More

US agencies temporarily barred from enforcing LGBTQ guidance

A judge in Tennessee has temporarily barred two federal agencies from enforcing directives issued by President Joe Biden’s administration that extended protections for LGBTQ people in schools… → Read More

Agencies Temporarily Barred From Enforcing LGBTQ Guidance

A judge in Tennessee has temporarily barred two federal agencies from enforcing directives issued by President Joe Biden's administration that extended protections for LGBTQ people in schools and workplaces. → Read More

US agencies temporarily barred from enforcing LGBTQ guidance

A federal judge in Tennessee has issued an order barring two U.S. agencies from enforcing new federal guidance extending enforcement of discrimination in schools and workplaces based on gender identity → Read More

Ohio medical examiner: Jayland Walker shot more than 40 times

Jayland Walker, the 25-year-old Black man killed in a hail of police gunfire in the Ohio city of Akron last month, was shot more than 40 times, according to a preliminary autopsy report released Friday. → Read More

Medical examiner: Jayland Walker shot, grazed, 46 times by Akron police

Dr. Lisa Kohler, the Summit County medical examiner, says it was impossible to say which bullet killed Walker or the number of shots that were fired. → Read More

Medical examiner: Jayland Walker shot, grazed, 46 times by Akron police

Dr. Lisa Kohler, the Summit County medical examiner, says it was impossible to say which bullet killed Walker or the number of shots that were fired. → Read More

Medical examiner: Jayland Walker was shot dozens of times

Dr. Lisa Kohler, the Summit County medical examiner, says it was impossible to say which bullet killed Walker or the number of shots that were fired. → Read More

Medical examiner: Jayland Walker was shot dozens of times

Dr. Lisa Kohler, the Summit County medical examiner, says it was impossible to say which bullet killed Walker or the number of shots that were fired. → Read More

DeWine signs bill allowing armed school employees

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio school districts could begin arming employees as soon as this fall under a bill signed into law Monday by GOP Gov. Mike DeWine. → Read More

Ohio governor signs bill allowing armed school employees

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio school districts could begin arming employees as soon as this fall under a bill signed into law Monday by GOP Gov. → Read More