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UPDATE 3:53 P.M. Power is back on Tuesday afternoon for a significant majority of customers in SE Ohio that lost electricity after post tropical cyclone Sandy devestated the East Coast. Customers in Lawrence County, Ohio have experienced the slowest progress in repairs efforts. More than 1,500 customers are still without electricity. Other county numbers include:… Read More
Listen to Roy Book Binder in performance at the Fur Peace Ranch, recorded on Sept. 29, 2012. Plus, enjoy a set from Bill Kirchen and Spencer Bohren, recorded September 2010. Live from Jorma Kaukonen’s Fur Peace Ranch airs Fridays at 7 p.m. on WOUB FM. To hear other programs in the series, visit this link.
With its season starting in just a few weeks, the Ohio Men’s Basketball team is looking to carry on the momentum from last year’s historic season, despite having an almost entirely new coaching staff this year. The roster that took the No. 13 seed ‘Cats to their first Sweet Sixteen since 1964 and had them… Read More
A nonprofit youth development organization in McArthur has received a $600,000 federal grant to fund an outreach program that helps homeless, runaway and street youth in Southeast Ohio find stable housing and services. Sojourners Care Network will use the grant, awarded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families,… Read More
Senator Sherrod Brown stopped in Athens Monday and continued his focus on job creation during a rainy afternoon rally. "We've seen what's happened in the last two year," he said. "After we did the auto rescue in Washington, as it began to take hold the unemployment rate in Ohio went from 10.6 percent down… Read More
High winds haven't deterred early voters in central Ohio from casting their ballots in the presidential swing state. Two more meningitis cases bring Ohio's total to 13 illnesses linked to the outbreak. Details in your evening audio update.
Ohio head volleyball coach Ryan Theis talks to the media about the team's 11 game winning streak, the upcoming road trip and the mentality of the final stretch of MAC play.
The 2012 TVC-Ohio Championship was a rematch of last year's game, with the Athens Bulldogs taking on the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes. The Bulldogs dominated from the start to take home the title with a 42-21 win. This was the second consecutive conference championship for Athens. Here are some of the sights from the exciting night. Photos… Read More
A newly formed board created by Ohio's law on exotic animals is slated to meet this week to discuss caging standards and requirements for dangerous wildlife. The Dangerous and Restricted Animals Advisory Board plans to hold its first meeting Wednesday to set temporary housing rules for regulated animals, such as tigers, alligators and bears. The… Read More
Ohio student athletes show their talents on the field and on the court everyday at practice and during games on a weekly basis. But certain athletes played sports other than just football or volleyball before they arrived in Athens. And these sports aren't exactly ones that most Ohio fans would expect. The Bobcat Sports Showcase… Read More