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Ohio does not have to recognize same-sex unions made in other states.

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The OU senior plans to run for an at-large seat in November 2015.
Billy Milligan was represented, at one time, by attorney and present-day Judge L. Alan Goldsberry


The fire has been put out, but some students are only just feeling the heat.
Keep your home warm this winter


Highs jumping into the 50s by Monday


The second part in a four part series exploring campus sexual violence.


Athens City Council will likely see some new faces and organizational changes in 2016 as at least one person has already announced his candidacy to run for an at-large seat.

K&H Partners has filed an application to drill a third injection well in Athens County’s Troy Twp.

Consumer grade fireworks would be legal to use in Ohio under legislation moving through the state Legislature.
An education policy change that some say would let school districts eliminate art, gym and other classes has cleared its first hurdle at the state school board, over some continuing objections.

The president of a West Virginia company behind a January chemical spill faces bankruptcy fraud, wire fraud and lying under oath charges.

This is the the first in a four part series exploring the culture and issues within campus sexual violence.

“We knew something was going on and the potential was there.”

The mayor of one local village has received many complaints about the presence of a speed camera, but he still believes the camera is worth having.

Athens County Commisioners will meet with an organization planning to build a new affordable housing project in the Plains on Thursday.

Rural Action has been given a $100,000 Farm to School Support Service Grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The money will go toward purchasing local food and equipment to properly prepare and freeze the food to then ship to the schools.