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An unidentified Ohio University student has been transported to a Columbus hospital after reportedly jumping off the Richland Avenue bridge. The Athens Police Department responded to the area of Richland… Read More
Nearly one month after Election Day, politicians are still debating about the conditions under which provisional ballots are counted in the State of Ohio. State Representative Debbie Phillips (D-Athens) said… Read More
Mark Hellenberg reviews Late Last Summer, the first collaboration between legendary pianist/composer Dick Hyman and his daughter Judy, fiddler for the folk-rock band The Horse Flies.
A judge has ruled in favor of allowing the Humane Society of the United States to join the state in defending Ohio's new law regulating exotic animals. Four owners filed… Read More
A local program is assisting families and households facing emergency situations this season to maintain or restore their electric and gas service. Hocking-Athens-Perry Community Action Program (HAPCAP) began scheduling appointments… Read More
Ohio is beefing up its investigations into the source of drugs or alcohol when they're suspected of being the cause of serious or fatal wrecks. Ohio Public Safety Director Tom… Read More
With a standout All-American like Jeremy Johnson on the Ohio Wrestling squad, it is not uncommon that his accomplishments overshadow those of his fellow Bobcat wrestlers. Ohio has a very… Read More
Southeast Ohio counties lead the pack with the highest number of deers checked in 2012, following the traditional week-long deer gun season that ended on Sunday. According to the Ohio… Read More
A Rio Grande pastor accused of sexual assault has until the end of the month to accept a plea bargain, although none has been offered to him. According to a… Read More
Balinese shadow puppetry is adding a new dimension to both the theater and Southeast Asia studies programs at Ohio University. OU theater professor Dr. William Condee has been researching the… Read More
Former industrial property in Logan is now safe for redevelopment. A Cincinnati judge has sentenced the co-owoner of a Ohio pill-mill to prison. Details in your afternoon audio update.
An abandoned former Hocking County industrial site is safe for redevelopment. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency cleared the former site of General Clay Products in Logan after a remediation period…. Read More
A network of 15 rural school districts in Southeast Ohio is in the running for millions of dollars in federal funding. The group is called the Ohio Appalachian Personalized Learning… Read More
Natural gas drilling in Ohio hasn't met the initial expectations of state officials this year. The Columbus Dispatch reports that Ohio Department of Natural Resources officials had told state legislators… Read More
Oak Hill police officers seize a record amount of cash Sunday night. Gas prices have dropped this week in Ohio. Details in your morning update.
Oak Hill police officers seized the largest amount of cash in the department's history after a routine traffic stop Sunday night. In a press release, Oak Hill Chief of Police… Read More