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Ohio’s urban school districts are among the least productive when it comes to how they spend their money, according to a report released last week by the left-leaning Center

Pickaway County officials are investigating the possibility of local victims of a Circleville man arrested in Lancaster Tuesday for allegedly running a youth baseball scam.

Route 7 between Belpre and Marietta reopened at 12:30 a.m. Monday.

Some firefighters stayed overnight at Greenleaf Recycling Facility just to make sure the fire didn't rekindle.

Route 7 was closed because a hose from the river was blocking it.

Two different scams have started to increase locally, according to law enforcement, causing the need for more awareness from the public.

The Athens County Sheriff's Office has received reports of scams involving both Craigslist and the Internal Revenue Service, said Lt. Jason Kline.

Investigators have ruled drowning as the cause of death of one man who went missing and was found in the Hocking River but the cause of death for another man whose body was recovered from area waters is undetermined.

An Ohio University employee accused of tipping off a fellow employee to a bone theft investigation has had charges against him in Athens County Common Pleas Court dismissed.

A man was taken to the hospital after Meigs County authorities responded to a possible drowning at an area state park.

The victim of a reported stabbing in Guysville is in stable condition at a Columbus hospital, according to law enforcement who are still searching for the primary suspect.

The biggest craft brewing event in southeastern Ohio kicks off July 11 in Athens, as Ohio Brew Week gets underway.

When Capital University Law School student Kyle Gerlach signed up for a contest testing his U.S. Supreme Court knowledge, he had no idea he would end up beating students from some of the top law schools across the country.

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