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Secretaries of state across the country say closing mail-processing centers and post offices could disrupt absentee voting this year. The U.S. Postal Service is moving ahead with cost-cutting plans to… Read More
Here are the ten nominees for both the boys and girls All-Hero Teams. There are two players nominated for each team, with one player from each school making the squad…. Read More
An Ohio 17-year-old has been charged with three juvenile counts of aggravated murder in a school shooting that killed three fellow students and wounded two. Geauga County prosecutor David Joyce… Read More
The Federal Hocking Local School District is about to be free — free of state oversight. The Fed Hock School Board and a Fiscal Oversight Commission will meet at 4:30… Read More
The Ohio Envirnomental Protection Agency is on the scene of a train derailment in Lancaster. Listen to your audio update now.
A Wheelersburg substitute teacher is in jail after officers arrested him for allegedly offering minors money for sexual acts. Scioto County Sheriff Marty Donini says deputies arrested William Holtzapfel, 30,… Read More
A Summit County man, arrested in Marietta, faces drug charges. Plus, Gallia Academy Middle School is striving to be a "No Bully" school zone.
A judge has released seven pages of juvenile court records on a school shooting suspect in Ohio, including an assault case in late 2009 at age 15. T.J…. Read More
Century Aluminum has taken a major step toward restarting its shuttered West Virginia plant. The company announced an agreement in principle late Wednesday with retired workers from the… Read More
Two streaks would either be continued or snapped after Wednesday night's game between Ohio and Kent State. The Bobcats' four-game winning streak and the Golden Flashes three-game losing streak came… Read More
As the final seconds dwindled off of the clock inside Ohio University’s Convocation Center, the Athens Bulldogs (12-10, 8-2) watched as Nathan Moats, center of the opposing Circleville Tigers (13-8,… Read More