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Health Secrets: What Every Woman Should Know


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HEALTH SECRETS: WHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW aims to educate and empower women to lead healthier lives by providing them with valuable health information and effective disease-prevention strategies. Each episode spotlights a different, distinct period in a woman's life.The series, hosted by news veteran Paula Zahn (The Retirement Revolu tion) , features compelling personal narratives… Read More

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Palmerfest Fire Ruled Arson

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The Division of State Fire Marshal ruled Saturday's fire on Palmer Street as arson. Investigators with the Division of State Fire Marshal say someone broke into the basement of the home at 11 Palmer Street and set the fire.   The blaze occurred during the annual street party known as Palmer Fest.   The fire… Read More

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Feature Story: Racing For A Reason


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Saturday marked the date for the O’Bleness Health Systems’ Ohio University Race for a Reason, a series of three events in which participants could raise money for whatever charity they chose, their reason. The Athletes in Action Triathlon was one of the events put on by O’Bleness Saturday morning. I documented my day to give… Read More

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Palmerfest Weekend Results In More Than 100 Total Arrests


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Athens law enforcement officers arrested nearly 30 people during the street party known as Palmerfest this weekend. According to Athens Police Captain Ralph Harvey, officers made 28 arrests for offenses ranging from disorderly conduct and public intoxication, to underage consumption and possession of marijuana.   Harvey says some of the arrests were for multiple charges…. Read More

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Morning Audio Update for April 30

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Authorities say no one was injured in a house fire that ended Palmer Fest on Saturday. Plus, Ohio officials are considering the request of an animal owner's widow for the return of five exotic animals. And, former Ohio gov. Ted Strickland says he doesn't remember hearing allegations form a former Ohio solar panel maker executive.