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Tree dedicated on Ohio State's campus in honor of Reagan Tokes

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With freshman orientation underway at The Ohio State University, parents and new students will find a new magnolia tree in the heart of campus near Mirror Lake.Read more

Rally by family of Reagan Tokes pushes theme "action conquers tragedy"

Rally by family of Reagan Tokes pushes theme "action conquers tragedy"

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The Tokes have pushed for change - a way to take the tragedy of their daughter's death and turn it into a positive.On this night, a self defense workout...Read more

Brian Golsby asks court to dismiss appeal of his murder case

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Golsby’s newly appointed public defender confirmed to 10 Investigates that Golsby had – in fact – asked an appeals court to dismiss his initial request for an appeal.Read more

Ex-parole board member denies he used position to get out of drunken driving charge

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Jackson, who served on the parole board from 2013 to 2018, was fired from his job in February of this year, according to a copy of his termination letter obtained by 10...Read more

Reagan Tokes Act passes out of House committee

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A n amended version of the bill passed the House Criminal Justice Committee Tuesday.Read more

Family of Reagan Tokes files wrongful death lawsuit against ODRC, offender housing program

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The family of Reagan Tokes have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction and NISRE, Inc. – the parent company of...Read more

Ohio Department of Education can take months, years to punish teachers

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10 Investigates find these educators have held onto their licenses for months – sometimes years – after being fired or resigning from their districts.Read more

Reagan Tokes memorial removed from Scioto Grove Metro Park

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The memorial went up shortly after the Ohio State student was kidnaped, raped and murdered in February 2017.Read more

Lawmakers: ODRC decision to not track convicted rapist with GPS "unacceptable"

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A Georgia judge had ordered Pardon to serve 20 years on probation and two "wear an ankle monitor and pay for all expenses." But that never happened.Read more