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The Ohio Bobcats indoor track and field team competed in the Tom Wright Classic in Bowling Green, Ohio, their fourth tournament of the year. It was a big day for the Bobcats who won six events at the meet. Sophomore Chanda Cuckler took first place in the High Jump, clearing 1.65m, and freshman Kristen Winkel… Read More
Despite being down by two goals halfway through the game, the Ohio club hockey team was able to stage a dramatic comeback for its fourth consecutive win. The No. 5 ranked Bobcats scored in the dying seconds of the third period to lift themselves to a 4-3 win over the No. 11 Oakland Grizzlies at… Read More
A group of Athens County elementary school students have found a creative way to tackle the issue of bullying in schools. Fifth grade students at Alexander Elementary School in Albany recently created a four and a half minute video called "Alexander Elementary Erases Meanness," in which the students are shown ripping up pieces of paper… Read More
A jury has been chosen in the trial of a southeast Ohio man charged with aggravated murder in the death of his daughter-in-law who was strangled with a zip tie and dumped in a septic tank. A court official said the jury selected Friday will hear opening statements Monday in 48-year-old William Inman's trial. The… Read More
The “Achilles’ heel,” named after the great warrior Achilles in Greek mythology, is metaphor widely used throughout society to refer to someone’s mortal weakness—a “chink in the armor” so to speak that, if exploited, can destroy someone or something instantly. It was said that Achilles was invulnerable, except for a small spot on the back… Read More
Central Ohio police are reaching out to Southeast Ohio residents in the hopes of finding a group of men they believe killed a man during a home invasion. According to the Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers, three to five masked and armed men forced their way into the home on Loretta Avenue in Columbus around 1:30… Read More
UPDATE 2:47 P.M. An attorney for one of two Ohio high school football players charged with raping a 16-year-old girl has withdrawn his motion to close the trial. The attorney didn't explain why Friday during a hearing in Steubenville. He previously raised concerns that an open trial could lead to potential witnesses on the… Read More
The parent of Columbia Gas Transmission said it's won federal approval for a plan to spend $300 million a year through 2017 on improvements to its Appalachian pipeline system. Indiana-based NiSource Inc. announced Friday the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved the plan for Columbia Gas Transmission's lines in West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland and… Read More
Jim Christian saw this day coming. Since the moment he was named head coach of the Ohio men’s basketball team, Christian knew he’d find himself walking the sidelines where his coaching career began in Kent, Oh. From 2002-2008, Christian made a name for himself in Kent State and Mid-American Conference basketball history. He was the… Read More
The 3rd Annual World Music and Dance Festival kicked off Jan. 23 at Ohio University, celebrating arts and cultures from around the world.
The festival concludes on Feb. 2 with the Global Excursions Concert at Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium.