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Pot, transparency dominate statewide officers forum
Defense says jurors will hear from Kelly at the end of the trial


Three students arrested
Ohio University police increase patrol after recent reports of sexual assault.


Snow accumulation of less than 1/2 inch



With the criminal trial of Athens County Sheriff Patrick Kelly less than a week away from starting — and with more than 60 subpoenas issued for witnesses — there are still some seemingly connected with the case who have not been subpoenaed.

Changes are coming to the way in which those with developmental disabilities receive services as changes to federal Medicaid rules take effect.

Fire and emergency medical officials say a construction worker was killed and a tractor trailer driver injured when an interstate overpass undergoing demolition collapsed in Cincinnati.

A legal dispute in federal court between a contractor and subcontractor on an Ohio University project has been resolved.

Quandel Construction Group Inc. had sued subcontractor Cundiff Steel Fabricators last year, but the company responded by filing a counterclaim against Quandel.

Democrats are closing in on a final decision on where to hold their 2016 national convention.

Columbus is one of the finalists and would raise the curtain on another campaign showdown in Ohio with Cleveland slected to host the 20-16 Republican National Convention.

Not even one month into winter and school districts in the region have racked up as many as four days missed due to the snow, cold temperatures or other conditions.

The Ohio University Police Department is investigating two different cases of sexual imposition reported in the past week.

The last of nearly a dozen individuals charged with participating in a Glouster drug ring pleaded guilty in a late-developing deal Thursday.

Community colleges may have to take on a huge influx of new students if President Barack Obama’s proposal for free community college is approved.

The number of deer killed during West Virginia's various seasons fell 31 percent last year compared with 2013.

The Division of Natural Resources says hunters killed 104,223 deer during the bucks-only, antlerless, muzzleloader, archery and youth/Class Q and Class XS deer seasons.