Justice returns to court
An Ohio Supreme Court justice has returned to work eight days after she pleaded guilty to drunken driving. Justice Alice Robie Resnick asked several questions during the court's morning session yesterday. Staff members hugged her outside of the courtroom. Resnick was arrested January 31st. A judge fined her 600 dollars and suspended her license for six months after she pleaded guilty last week to driving under the influence and driving outside marked lines. Resnick also has to complete a three-day alcohol program by May eighth. A court spokesman says two clerks drove the justice to court on their own time.
The 65-year-old Resnick has been a justice since 1989 and is the court's only Democrat.
A flipped vehicle has shut down westbound Interstate 275 at the entrance to the Carroll Cropper Bridge.Full Story >
Authorities say a police officer has died after being shot multiple times while responding to a traffic crash on the south side of Indianapolis.Full Story >
A handful of people were in the danger zone as a box truck attempted to park in front of a 99-cent store in New York.Full Story >
The Senate's decisive vote to approve a new package of stiff financial sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea sends the popular bill to President Donald Trump, who will be under pressure to sign it after weeks of intense negotiations.Full Story >