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State cracking down on companies who failed to create jobs in return for tax incentives
Appalachian Regional Commission awards $250K to project


Freshman publishes novel after placing 3rd in book competition
The Start Talking program is a sign of hope for families who have lost loved ones due to drug abuse


Showers & thunderstorms will arrive Friday causing a major cooldown for the weekend


Therese Hultin visiting the U.S. as part of journalism fellowship


A 911 caller who reported a man carrying a gun in an Ohio Wal-Mart has told state investigators he heard an officer repeatedly say "put it down" about two seconds before police shot the man twice.

Nelsonville Police Department Press Release - The Nelsonville Police Department is saddened to announce the death of Hocking College student Charles L. Cane missing since September 20, 2014.  

West Virginia higher education officials are promoting a campaign to get students through college on time.
Ohio's private economic development agency is in good financial shape.
That was the assessment of the JobsOhio president, John Minor Jr., who discussed the agency's financial audit released on Tuesday.

The Ohio Education Association (OEA) and Innovation Ohio announced the launch of new website that will compare charter schools and traditional public school districts.

Nearly two dozen Ohio University students and Athens residents gathered at the Civil War Monument on College Green Tuesday evening to share a moment of silence for Gaza.

The Athens and Ohio University Police Departments teamed up Tuesday evening to hold a free community barbeque.

A forensic pathologist says U.S. Rep. James A. Traficant Jr.'s death appears to be linked to positional asphyxiation - his inability to breathe after a vintage tractor tipped over on him a week ago at his family farm.

A state economic group has calculated that 5,000 jobs have been lost in West Virginia since 20-11, most of them in the state's southern coalfields.

The West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy on Tuesday released its annual report, "The State of Working West Virginia."

When a fire alarm goes off, you head to the exit. That's what you were trained to do, through posted evacuation routes and fire drills. You don't wait for the fire department to arrive, to avoid being burned.