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Tom Walker speaks with Terri Cheney, author of the New York Times bestseller Manic: A Memoir (2008) and The Dark Side of Innocence: Growing Up Bipolar (2011), about her experiences living with and overcoming bipolar disorder.
Doug McCabe speaks with Eric Burke, an Ohio University student who is transcribing hundreds of Civil War-era letters of the Brown Family of Albany, Ohio.
A 19-year-old, who was struck by bus on Ohio University's campus yesterday afternoon, is out of the hospital. Athens Police say Samantha Reidy of Cincinnati was struck by a bus at the intersection of S. Court Street and Park Place in front of Ohio University's Baker Center. An OU spokesperson says Reidy was taken by… Read More
Taylor Brown's overtime goal against #8 American didn't just improve Ohio field hockey to 6-0. Her crunch-time shot propelled the Bobcats into the NCAA top 20 rankings. Ohio entered the national coaches poll today at number 15 after six straight wins to open the 2011 season. Ohio's defense continues to impress, as goaltender Jen McGill… Read More
Pike County residents tired of blighted properties left behind when a business closes have the opportunity to learn how they can revitalize the property.Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is offering a free workshop in Waverly about redeveloping brownfields this afternoon. "Essentially a brownfield could be an abandoned industrial property for example that may at… Read More
The Albany woman accused of leaving her 3-year-old son at the scene of a crime was sentenced to nearly two years in prison today. Cassandra Smith appeared in Athens County Common Pleas court today to answer to charges of possession of heroin, theft and receiving stolen property. Athens County Prosecutor Keller Blackburn says the theft… Read More
President Barack Obama is challenging Congress to pass his jobs bill immediately, asking lawmakers, "What on earth are we waiting for?" Speaking at a school in House Speaker John Boehner's home state of Ohio, Obama is highlighting one element of the jobs plan that would devote $25 billion of new spending to school construction and… Read More
Sandra Inman is now charged with murder in the death of her daughter-in-law. Prosecutors say Inman has been indicted on three new charges. Up until this point, Inman was only charged with kidnapping in the case. Her husband and son were the only ones charged with aggravated murder in connection with the March killing of… Read More
A federal judge is allowing an Ohio inmate sentenced to die for killings during the 1993 Lucasville prison riots to question prosecutors about the possible location of case files. Jason Robb received the death penalty for killing a guard and a fellow prisoner during the riots that also killed eight other inmates. U.S. District Court… Read More
Ohio University football team’s win last weekend over Gardner-Webb puts head coach Frank Solich at an important milestone in his coaching career. As the game clock ran out, Solich won his 100th game as a head coach, which marks his 42nd win with the OU Bobcats. After the game ended, the players rewarded their coach… Read More