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Update: Missing Lancaster Woman Found

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Update Wednesday 5:20 a.m. Lancaster Police say they have found a 21-year-old woman who they earlier feared had been kidnapped. Police say Christina Tate was found last night. They say she is safe, unharmed and they no longer think she was abducted. Investigators started looking for Tate after her boyfriend reported her missing early yesterday… Read More

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Men’s Basketball: Ohio to play at Ohio State on Sunday in scrimmage

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Ohio University will play Ohio State in a basketball scrimmage this Sunday in Columbus. According to CBSSports.com's Jeff Goodman, John Groce's squad will play the third-ranked Buckeyes almost three weeks before they start regular season play against Tennessee-Martin on November 13. The scrimmage will be closed to the public. The last time Ohio played Ohio… Read More

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Two Found Dead In Noble County


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Noble County authorities discovered two area residents dead in a submerged vehicle this morning. According to a news release, Sheriff's Office dispatchers received a call of a vehicle submerged in a pond on Tower Road in in Buffalo Township. Sheriff Stephen Hannum, two deputies, a dive team, and members of the Belle Valley Fire Deptartment… Read More

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Football: Ohio WR LaVon Brazill

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Ohio wide receiver LaVon Brazill has 154 catches (and counting) in his Bobcat career. That's a record. Brazill has 15 receiving touchdowns in his career. That's four away from the record. Brazill has eight receiving TDs in 2011. That's one away from tying the single-season Ohio record. The red-shirt senior has 1,936 yards receiving in… Read More

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State Issue 2 Debate


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Tune in tonight at 7 for live coverage of a debate on State Issue 2.  Debating the issue will be State Senator Keith Faber of Building a Better Ohio, who will be defending Issue 2, and Former Ohio Congressman Dennis Eckhart of We Are Ohio, which opposes it. Governer John Kasich signed Senate bill 5… Read More