Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine filed a lawsuit this week against five leading prescription opioid manufacturers and their related companies in Ross County Court of Common Pleas.
At the request of the Rhoden family, the Ohio Attorney General's Office released today a video message from Geneva Rhoden and Teresa Grebing pleading for information that could assist in the investigation into the murders of their loved ones.
Mike DeWine recently announced an update of his office's Concealed Carry Laws Manual has been released reflecting recent changes enacted by Senate Bill 199.
As students head back to school, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning consumers to beware of scams targeting students.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today warned several Ohioans have reported receiving suspicious calls asking for donations supposedly to support police and fire causes.
As the Mega Millions jackpot rises, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is warning consumers to beware of lottery and sweepstakes scams.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today warned Ohioans to beware of home repair scams following the severe storms that swept through the state.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered charitable giving tips to Ohioans who want to donate in the wake of the Orlando tragedy.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today praised a new law that will put the Ohio Guardianship Guide into the hands of all guardians overseeing adult and minor wards in the state.
Attorney General Mike DeWine announced today that Ohioans who have a valid concealed handgun license have now had background checks sufficient to purchase firearms without the red tape of another background check.
Mike DeWine announced a lawsuit against a telemarketer accused of tricking consumers into thinking their computers were infected with a virus in order to take their money.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warns that his office is receiving more reports of IRS imposter scams as the April 18 tax filing deadline approaches.
The settlement, which includes Ohio, requires MoneyGram to establish and maintain anti-fraud procedures and to pay a total of $13 million, of which up to $9 million will be used to reimburse consumers.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine recently announced Ohio has joined a $470 million joint state-federal settlement with mortgage lender and servicer HSBC to address mortgage origination, servicing, and foreclosure abuses.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today outlined tips to help Ohioans protect their personal information on Data Privacy Day, recognized annually on Jan. 28.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine this week offered advice for consumers who plan to join a fitness center in the New Year.
Verizon and Sprint customers have until Dec. 31 to seek a share of the $120 million allocated for consumers under national "mobile cramming" settlements announced earlier this year.
The Ohio Attorney General recently announced consumers who have unused gift cards from the former RadioShack can file claims to seek refunds for remaining card balances.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine encourages eligible Classmates.com customers to file a complaint with his office by Oct. 14 to be considered for a refund under a $3 million multi-state settlement fund established earlier this year.
Following news of an Experian data breach affecting T-Mobile customers and potential customers, Mike DeWine is encouraging consumers to guard against identity theft.
Two Pickaway County entities will receive a portion of an $11.5 million settlement to resolve an antitrust lawsuit against Cargill Inc. and Morton Salt Inc. over past rock salt prices.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine reports his office has received more than 600 reports of tax-related scams since Sept. 1.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced that his office's Identity Theft Unit received nearly 3,500 complaints and helped identity theft victims clear over $1 million in fraudulent debt during the unit's first three years of existence.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine this week announced the results of a statewide drug enforcement effort that resulted in several hundred arrests and millions of dollars' worth of drugs seized.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and Peter Shields, MD, Deputy Director of The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, today warned parents about the risks of e-cigarette use among children and young adults.
With heroin use at epidemic proportions throughout the state and the country, local officials and members of the Ohio Attorney General's Heroin Unit met Tuesday to brainstorm ways to attack the problem on a local level.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered online shopping tips for consumers as retailers including Amazon and Walmart advertise extra online deals this week.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine warns service members to watch for signs of identity theft following recent federal data breaches and prior to Military Consumer Protection Day, July 15, 2015.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today warned consumers to beware of phony listings for apartment and house rentals.
Chase agrees to stop collections for 528,000 consumers and limit future sales of consumer debt as part of a joint federal-state settlement.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today warned Cleveland Cavaliers fans to beware of phony offers for tickets to see the Cavs face the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals tonight and Thursday in Cleveland.
Funds will be available to local government agencies in all 88 Ohio counties after a settlement with Morton Salt Inc. and Cargill Inc. to resolve allegations of a conspiracy to drive up road salt prices.
Some consumers may be eligible for a refund following an $11 million settlement with Classmates and FTD florists.
National settlements with Verizon and Sprint resolve allegations that the companies placed unauthorized third-party charges on consumers' cell phone bills in a practice known as "mobile cramming."
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a lawsuit against Travel Ball America, accused of taking deposits for tournaments that never occurred and failing to return consumers' money.
The Ohio Attorney General's Office today certified the petition for the proposed "Legalize Marijuana and Hemp in Ohio" amendment to the Ohio Constitution.
The Ohio Attorney General warns small businesses to watch for signs of a scam, including callers who claim the business's power will be shut off and invoices for products the business never ordered.
Consumers should file claims before May 4 to be considered for reimbursement under an Ohio-led multistate settlement with Sirius XM Radio Inc. of New York.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today offered charitable giving tips in the wake of the Nepal earthquake that has killed thousands.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today rejected the petition for the proposed Legalize Marijuana in Ohio amendment because the summary of the petition was not "fair and truthful."
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today reminded consumers that they can get a rebate for one free bag of mulch under a settlement with Ohio Mulch Supply Inc.
High school juniors and seniors for the 2015-16 school year are eligible to apply for the board that addresses issues related to teens.
In the past week alone, the Ohio Attorney General's Office has received more than 100 reports of IRS-related scams from consumers across the state.
Attorney General Mike DeWine warns Ohioans about scam calls that appear to come from the phone number "911".
Ohioans with concealed carry permits will be able to use those permits in five additional states due to changes adopted in House Bill 234.
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