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The Alexander Spartans girls volleyball team came up short in their quest for a championship, losing in four sets to their nemesis, the Adena Warriors. Adena, the number one seed, came out strong in the opening set, winning 25-17. The underdog Spartans battled in the second set and trailed by just a point at… Read More
Six children, all boys and all play football, a household setting that could a drive mother and father crazy, however, Ron and Terry Branch wouldn’t have it any other way. Their first child Ron Branch Jr., a 1994 graduate, was an offensive and defensive lineman at St. Mary’s High School. Keithen Branch a 1999 graduate,… Read More
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
Hocking County sheriff's deputies have charged a Circleville man with theft from the elderly and impersonating an employee of the state. According to the sheriff's Facebook page, Christopher Hill, 40, allegedly told an 80-year-old woman at her Good Hope Township home he was a state chimney inspector and charged her more than $1,600 for… Read More
A former Ohio State Trooper and his wife have pleaded guilty to drug charges. Thomas Hacker, 31, and Cindy Hacker, 35, both of Ironton, were arrested in February following a grand jury indictment. At the time of his arrest, Thomas Hacker was assigned to the Ironton Highway Patrol Post. During a hearing Monday in Lawrence… Read More
Ohio volleyball prepares for its opponents by watching tape and using an advanced statistical program. Assistant coach Kyle Weindel sat down with "Showcase" reporter Kaylee Donegan to break down tape on opposing MAC teams.
Coaches and players get the publicity, but, behind the scenes, students aid Ohio's athletic teams in many ways. Many Bobcat managers are students in the top-ranked Sports Administration program at Ohio University. Meet a couple managers in the video above, and see what they do to help the teams they work with.
Noble County authorities discover two bodies in a submerged vehicle this morning. Zanesville police are investigating back to back robberies. Details in your afternoon audio update.
The conference room at Ohio University's Innovation Center is filled with people. They have come because of a freezer which is humming away on a table. The unit is quiet, despite the fact that it's making the temperature inside incredibly cold — minus-86-degrees-centigrade. Who would want to keep things that cold? Drug companies and biomedical researchers,… Read More
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