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Ohio Volleyball Advances to MAC Semi’s


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After closing the regular season on a positive note with a two-game winning streak, the top-seeded Ohio Bobcats (20-9, 15-2) entered MAC Tournament play with a matchup against the No. 8 seeded Ball State Cardinals (14-16, 7-9) with hopes of claiming their eighth MAC title in the last decade. The Bobcats won in straight sets… Read More

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Johnson Weighs In On Fiscal Cliff

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It's put up or shut up time in Washington. The election is behind us and the economic disaster being called the fiscal cliff is looming larger. Where does Southeast Ohio Congressman Bill Johnson stand on urgent tax and budget issues? WOUB News spoke with Representative Bill Johnson as he had just returned to the Capitol,… Read More

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Illinois: Take Two

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On Nov. 2, the Ohio Bobcats Hockey team faced off against Illinois in Champaign on a record-breaking night. Unfortunately for the Bobcats it was not a positive record. Ohio lost 0-5. This was the first time is two years that the Bobcats have played a game without scoring at least one goal. To say that… Read More

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The Future Of Cyber Security


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Tom Hodson talks with with cyber communication security experts Danny O’Brien and Andrew Lewman. O’Brien is an Internet advocacy coordinator for the New York based Committee to Protect Journalists, and is a leading authority on cyber security threats. Lewman is the leader of the Tor project,… Read More

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Gallipolis Man Arrested On Rape Charges

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A 63-year-old Gallipolis man is facing rape charges involving a nine-year-old girl. Stephen Bush was arrested by state agents with the Attorney General's Crimes Against Children Initiative. The alleged crime is said to have happened between August and September of this year. AG Mike DeWine says Bush "was a trusted friend of this young victim's… Read More