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UPDATE: 5:53 P.M. An Eastern Michigan spokesperson confirms that who will pay for Eastern Michigan University’s extra trip to Athens and the cost of that trip are still to be… Read More
UPDATE: 3:25 PM The Ohio Legislature has given its blessing to allow the governor to move the State of the State speech out of the capital for the second year… Read More
Customers who buy natural gas from two Ohio providers will pay less in February thanks to high production from shale gas wells and other factors. The rates will be lower… Read More
Area bluegrass fans are expected to converge on Nelsonville's Public Square this Friday when Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out join Athens County's own Hart Brothers for an encore performance at Stuart's Opera House.
A judge has ruled to keep the upcoming rape trial of two Ohio high school football players in the county where the alleged attack happened. Judge Thomas Lipps on Wednesday… Read More
Video lottery distributors are facing costly upgrades due to a looming change in the way their machines communicate with the West Virginia Lottery's central computer. Lottery Director John Musgrave says… Read More
UPDATE 7:50 PM Ohio University's police chief says it is unlikely that the armed robbery suspect responsible for the university's closure Wednesday is still in the Athens area. Chief Andrew Powers… Read More
Workers at West Virginia's two state psychiatric hospitals are getting court-ordered pay raises. Department of Health and Human Resources spokeswoman Marsha Dadisman said the raises' total cost and funding sources… Read More
UPDATE: 10:21 AM Gov. John Kasich has authorized spending up to $1.5 million more to help feed needy children during the summer when they aren't getting free lunches at school. The… Read More
A Lawrence County man allegedly kills one family member and beats another. Gas prices in West Virginia have risen again. Details in your morning update.