Top Story

Lucas Mace set to appear in court Aug. 8

Other News

Six people arrested and charged in connection with various methamphetamine
Pom Pom needs to be at least 5 feet tall and 12 inches in diameter


Half-hour nightly television news program
Tensions in Gaza rise as Israel moves in troops and tanks


Clearer conditions will return next week


Frost damage and bacteria disease cause millions of dollars damage


The world’s largest maker of consumer products is preparing to downsize.

Tide and Pampers stay but the smaller brands are going.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is joining weekend efforts to reduce traffic deaths and injuries along interstates 90 and 94.

West Virginia is receiving nearly $1 million in federal funding for mental health services.

U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Burwell said the money will help support four health centers in the state to establish or expand behavioral health services.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's office says fewer than 6,000 law-enforcement officers statewide now have access to facial-recognition technology.

The U.S. Department of Justice is weighing in on a federal lawsuit over voting times in Ohio.

The NAACP and American Civil Liberties Union sued the state earlier this year over two changes in Ohio’s voting schedule, saying they hit African-American voters the hardest.

For the past two decades, more than 31 million Americans started college, but never walked across the stage to grab a diploma. That's from a recent report by the National Student Clearinghouse.

An Ohio University police lieutenant who filed a federal lawsuit against OU in a pay dispute has now filed the same lawsuit in the Ohio Court of Claims.

Lt. Christopher Johnson filed the Court of Claims case on Thursday.

The latest Quinnipiac University poll shows only 36 percent of registered Ohio voters surveyed approve of the way President Obama is doing his job. 

As a roaming Polka Band plays, the state fair midway is jammed. Tens of thousands of visitors come annually to the Fair and this year they’re more upbeat. Tim and Kathy Miller of Tiro and Kim Covey of Bucyrus are shopping for souvenir Tee-shirts.

Construction will continue on West Union Street this week, but the city is hoping the work will have minimal impact on the Athens County Fair, which begins Friday.