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Watch Live Election Coverage Here

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WOUB will provide website visitors with live election coverage through the PBS NewsHour stream, including presidential debates. Judy Woodruff and Gwen Ifill will anchor broadcast coverage and will be joined in the studio by the NewsHour's regular political analysts, syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks.  Political editor Christina Bellantoni will… Read More

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Step-Mother Changes Plea In Murder Of 4-Year-Old Girl

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An Athens County woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to murdering her 4-year-old step daughter. Ashley Young, 26, of The Plains, withdrew her formerly entered not guilty by reason of insanity plea. She instead pleaded guilty via alford to five felony charges including murder, aggravated murder, endangering children, tampering with evidence and attempted aggravated possession of drugs…. Read More

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“Scripps Innovation Challenge” Unveiled Tuesday

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The “Scripps Innovation Challenge” was unveiled Tuesday as part of the seventh annual Scripps Day – a dialogue between Scripps media employees, Ohio University faculty and students. The Challenge will award cash prizes to individual Ohio University students or groups of students who present the best innovative solutions to real business challenges and problems presented… Read More

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Beck heads a group of investigators who work crimes amid the surroundings of Stockholm. His team includes Gunvald Larsson, the tough-talking yet disarg investigator and Lena Klingstrom, the Swedish beauty with a deadly aim. 10/6 "The Scorpion" The body of a man is discovered in an abandoned house. The man’s wife and their two children… Read More

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Following Foster


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Donte Foster is the natural leader of Ohio receiving core, because of his talent and his experience. The Bobcat receivers are a young group but quickly catching on thanks to Foster's guidance. 

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10/2 Playoff Rankings Update


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The OHSAA has released updated playoff computer rankings. With only four weeks left until the playoffs, every game has added importance. The top eight in each region at the end of the season qualify for the playoffs. The WVSSAC has also released updated playoff rankings. In West Virginia the top 16 in each class qualify… Read More

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Wren Fest


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Ohio baseball's fall scrimmage transformed into a fun fan event fit for the whole family. There was food, games, prizes, hair cuts and manicures and of course baseball. 

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Vick Does the Trick

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Tyler Tettleton has been the face of the Ohio football franchise for the past two season, but when Tettleton had to sit out due to injury, Derrius Vick stepped into the pocket. His first start was impressive, and Ohio fans found out that the red-shirt freshmen fits right in to Ohio's offensive system. 

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No Charges In Car Surfing Death


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A Chillicothe man will not face charges after a car-surfing incident ended in the death of a teenager. Ross County Prosecutor Matt Schmidt says felony charges will not be filed, however the driver of the car may face a traffic violation.   The man was driving his car outside of Walmart in Chillicothe with 16-year-old… Read More

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Ohio’s RedHawk Domination


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Ohio Volleyball has now defeated Miami six time in a row and have swept the RedHawks in each of those six victories. Yet, the rivalry was something that the incoming freshmen had to learn rather quickly. Yet, it's easy to see that every member of the team and Ohio community loves to see a Bobcat… Read More

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DAR Chapter Donates Reference Books


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Muskingum University can now count a set of valuable reference books among their collection. The donation comes from the Cambridge chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.   The books are a set of bibliographies that contain information about American women in the Revolutionary Era between the years 1766 and 1790.   Muskingum University… Read More