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On Thursday night the Trimble Lady Tomcats were hoping to pick up their first win of the season with the Wellston Lady Golden Rockets rolling into town. The Lady Tomcats will have to wait for that first victory, as they were defeated 43-24. Trimble dug themselves into a deep hole start the game off, falling… Read More
Looking to rebound after a three-game losing skid, Ohio could not capitalize on a 21 point, career-high game by freshman Kiyanna Black and fell the University of Massachusetts 65-61. The Minutewomen led most of the game, as the Bobcats only held the lead during the first three minutes of play. At the half, the… Read More
A group of about 20 Columbus police officers are holding a $1 million ticket sold during the Powerball drawing. Sandra Neal, Ohio Lottery Commission spokeswoman, said the winners have not yet come forward. Jim Gilbert, president of the local Fraternal Order of Police, Capital City Lodge No. 9, confirmed that a group of… Read More
Washington County residents and businesses are one step closer to having broadband access. Around 100 Athens County protesters were escorted from a public forum about injection wells. Details in your evening audio update.
A Hocking County brownfield is ready for redevelopment after undergoing an investigation and remediation by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. The agency said Thursday that it has issued a covenant not to sue for the approximately 10.5 acre former General Clay Products property in Logan. The property was previously used as a commercial brick manufacturing plant… Read More
Residents and businesses in Washington County are one step closer to having broadband Internet access after a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday. The ceremony marks the first deployment of residential and commercial broadband Internet services for the county. About 6,000 homes and businesses in the area do not have access to high speed Internet. Governor's Office… Read More
A new federal report confirms what Appalachia coal producers already know: Coal will remain an important energy source, but its share of U.S. power generation will fall. West Virginia's U.S Sen. Jay Rockefeller requested the Government Accountability Office report, released this week. Rockefeller has long urged the industry to acknowledge the need for change. He… Read More
In the time span of just four days, a prescription drug drop off box at the Nelsonville Police department has taken hundreds of pills off the street. The new box became available for use on Monday. Police Chief Jason Wallace says like elsewhere, Nelsonville has a drug problem. Wallace says the department has… Read More
Ohio's governor says college and university presidents in the state have made headway on a plan to achieve better academic outcomes for students, though he's keeping tight-lipped on the details. Gov. John Kasich is scheduled to meet Friday with college leaders to unveil new higher education funding recommendations. The governor offered few specifics when asked… Read More
On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, hosts Ayantu Tibeso and Belinda Glover from the Center for International Studies talk with Zulfia Zaher about her studies within the Communication and Development graduate program at Ohio University. Zaher discusses her experiences conducting research in Afghanistan this summer, as well as a host of other topics.