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The Mid-American Conference announced its Women’s Track Athlete of the Week on Tuesday, and Ohio runner Juli Accurso took home the hardware for the second time this season. On Friday,… Read More
Ohio Bobcat Softball (13-10) announced Wednesday that it will host a doubleheader on Thursday against the IPFW Mastodons. The first game of the two is scheduled to start at 2… Read More
Troubled youth in southeast Ohio now have new places to go for help. Sojourners Care Network has expanded its Safe Place locations by eleven. Director of Communications Shelly Horvath says… Read More
The second of three suspects has pleaded guilty in the killing of a woman found covered in burns and wailing on a rural Ohio roadside. Monica Washington, 25, of Canton… Read More
School officials from a northeast Ohio district say they're relieved that the case is over against a teen convicted of shooting and killing three students in a high school cafeteria… Read More
Ohio's attorney general says he'll provide grant money for new regional sexual assault coordinators to oversee direct and comprehensive services for victims of sexual assault. Attorney General Mike DeWine said… Read More
A former Gallia Academy Middle School band director will not spend time in jail for sending inappropriate pictures to a student. Last month, John Seals, 26, pleaded guilty to disseminating… Read More
On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, WOUB’s Director and General Manager Tom Hodson talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith. Smith has been shooting portraits of celebrities, athletes… Read More
Technology plays a huge role in our daily lives. Whether it's texting, running groceries through the checkout line or simply channel surfing while sitting on the couch, we're all tech-heads to some extent.
Our dependence–or infatuation–with technology will be examined this Thursday during a free screening of Small, Beautifully Moving Parts, the next film in the Athena Cinema's "Science on Screen" series.
The Athens County Board of Commissioners plans on making an offer in the next few weeks to purchase a piece of property that will be the new home of the… Read More
Police have charged a Hurricane man with a string of thefts at motels in Cabell County. The stolen items include $21,000 worth of instruments belonging to the Lincoln… Read More
A 21-year-old Marine from Ohio was among the seven who died after a mortar shell explosion during mountain warfare training in Nevada's high desert. Marine Lance Cpl. Josh… Read More
A Washington County fugitive has been arrested in West Virginia. A Washington County toddler died in a bathtub after being left unattended. Details in your morning update.
The winningest class in Ohio men’s basketball history saw their careers come to an end Tuesday night, as the Bobcats lost in the first round of the NIT, 61-57, on… Read More