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Alumni and friends of the Ohio University Lancaster Campus came together Wednesday night to celebrate a regional campus homecoming of sorts, while taking in theatre, arts and culture. The event occurred before the Rolling Stones tribute group Satisfaction took to the Wendel Concert stage as part of the Lancaster Festival. The Ohio University Lancaster Campus… Read More
Nelsonville's Final Fridays gallery hop takes place this Friday, July 27 on the historic Public Square, featuring art exhibitions, live music, children’s activities and even some arm mud wrestling.
UPDATE 1:33 P.M. The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for much of Southeast Ohio. The watch is in effect until 10 p.m. Counties in the watch area include Athens, Belmont, Fairfield, Hocking, Licking and Washington. For a complete list of counties, visit the NWS advisory. Residents in much of Southeast Ohio and… Read More
A Caldwell man is indicted on one count of murder in the death of his wife. A southeastern Ohio health system is hoping a fingerprint collection program will help it cut down on prescription painkiller abuse. Details in your morning audio update.
Ohio University plans to use a vacant building on Court Street for office space and apartment rentals. According to a release, OU entered into a lease with property owner Carolyn Gilmore for the old Woolworth building, located at 31 South Court Street. OU took possession of the building on Monday. The 5-year lease… Read More
Wood County leaders are taking a note from last month's severe storms and are preparing for any future blackouts by purchasing generators for county operations. County Administrator Marty Seufer says not having a way to bring the power back hindered emergency relief efforts during the storms on June 29 which caused widespread damage and power… Read More
A prosecutor says the owner of a pet cougar that bit an Ohio social services worker won't be charged. A Licking County caseworker said her finger was bitten through a fence as she evaluated a home last month in Pataskala, east of Columbus. Police said they weren't sure how to respond because it appeared… Read More
A Caldwell man faces a murder charge in the death of his 22-year-old wife. The Grand Jury of the Noble County Common Pleas Court returned an indictment against Jerad Morrison, 24, on one count of murder with a firearm specification in the death of his wife, Tiffany Morrison. Morrison was arrested in the early… Read More