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A central Ohio city is considering incentives to entice Amazon.com to build a $1.1 billion data center there.
 
Police have charged a Parkersburg teenager in the hit-and-run death of a boy who was riding a bicycle in Wood County.
 
State Police Sgt. W.K. Marshall says 19-year-old Darren Parsons was charged early Wednesday with leaving the scene of an accident causing death.
The West Virginia Supreme Court is going on the road next week.
 
The court will hear cases at Marshall University's Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center on Tuesday as part of the school's celebration of Constitution Week.
 
Groups in Ohio are asking a federal judge to force the state's election chief to comply with his ruling that expands early voting this fall.
 
Three men face charges after a hidden camera was discovered in a workout room at Wayne County High School.
 
Former President George W. Bush will be the keynote speaker at a Cleveland college scholarship luncheon on Thursday - the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
 

Ohio and West Virginia's governors have ordered flags flown at half-staff Thursday, the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States.

Four people were arrested during a vocal meeting of the Ohio University Student Senate Wednesday night.

A suicide prevention and candlelight vigil took place Wednesday night at College Gate for World Suicide Prevention Day. 

This is the second year the candlelight vigil has been held at Ohio University.

A county sanitary sewer project that has been on the table for decades may finally come to fruition as the city of Athens is expected to sign an inter-governmental agreement with the county to treat waste from the Route 50 corridor southwest of the city.

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