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Coming off their fifth straight loss, the Bobcats look to end a slump that has lasted since Nov. 17, when they lost against Minnesota in the Subway Classic. With only two more home games in 2012 (Eastern Kentucky and Morehead State), Ohio looks to pick up a victory before going on a three-game road trip… Read More
A former Marietta City School District employee faces charges of theft in office after being indicted by a Washington County grand jury. Barbara Mincks was an education management information systems coordinator. The state auditor's office says Mincks manipulated and falsified financial records for the purpose of committing theft and stole more than $145,000 over a… Read More
The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College are working on a project that will preserve the history of the Silver Bridge Collapse. When the Silver Bridge near Gallipolis collapsed on Dec. 15, 1967, more than 30 cars were sent into the cold Ohio River, killing 46 people. Director of Cultural Advancement Gregory… Read More
Allen Richmond, an adjunct music faculty member at Ohio University-Chillicothe, is conducting the orchestra for the Chillicothe Civic Theater’s production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas at the Majestic Theater. Richmond, who joined the OU-C faculty in 2009, earned his bachelor’s degree of music in theory/composition, cum laude, from Ohio University and his master’s degree in… Read More
Police are still searching for a missing 14-year-old girl in Ironton. One person is dead in a car crash in Jackson County. Details in your morning update.
UPDATE: 10:23 a.m. The 14-year-old Ironton girl that went missing Wednesday night has been found alive and well in the woods. According to the Ironton Mayor, Amber Farmer has been found alive and well in the woods behind an apartment complex. Emergency crews are taking ATVs into the woods to bring Farmer out of the woods…. Read More
A bill aimed at curbing duplicate lawsuits over on-the-job asbestos exposure in a state with one of the nation's largest backlogs of such cases has cleared the Ohio Senate. Senators approved the divisive legislation Wednesday. It would require workers to divulge all asbestos claims filed by or for them or face perjury charges. Proponents say… Read More