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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Tom Walker talks with Radio News Anchor Jeff Bell of KCBS in San Francisco. An author as well as a radio personality, Bell has written two books on the subject of obsessive-compulsive disorder, or O.C.D. Walker and Bell discuss how O.C.D. can disrupt personal and professional… Read More
On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Joan Butcher talks with Mary Kate Gallagher, Grant Thompson, Paige Ludwin and Christy Jenkins about issues of accessibility at Ohio University. Gallagher, Thompson and Ludwin discuss some difficulties they’ve encountered as students at Ohio University, as well as some accommodations the university offers to all students…. Read More
A Naval officer from Gallipolis is found dead in his apartment. Plus, six people involved in a boating accident are out of the hospital. These headlines and more in today's NewsWrap.
The UnitedhHealthcare Children’s Foundation is offering grants for families who need assistance paying for their children’s medical expenses. The Logan Daily News reports The Children’s Medical Grant is offering families in Ohio up to $5,000 to pay for medical services and expenses that are not covered by their commercial insurance, said Dr. Richard Gajdownski, medical… Read More
Ohio senators have removed from the state budget a proposal forcing universities to offer in-state tuition to out-of-state students who request the documents necessary to vote in the state. It was among dozens of changes to the spending blueprint accepted Tuesday by the Senate Finance Committee. Universities often provide documents, such as utility bills, to… Read More
Spider monkeys would be free from Ohio's new regulations on dangerous wild animals under a proposed change made to the state budget in the Senate. Senators want to remove spider monkeys from the list of regulated animals. The proposed change was among dozens of amendments made by the state Senate on Tuesday. The exotic animal… Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor announced Tuesday a $15,438,000 National Emergency Grant increment to create 1,191 temporary jobs for eligible workers to continue cleanup and recovery efforts following the widespread severe storms and winds that caused damage across Ohio between June 29 and July 2, 2012. “Although it has been almost a year since Ohio… Read More
Drivers on East State Street in Athens should expect some delays Wednesday morning. The City of Athens will be reducing traffic to one lane as they perform asphalt repairs. Also, motorists are asked to avoid West Union Street from Jefferson Alley near the fairgrounds to Blueline Drive on Thursday. Officials say traffic will be reduced… Read More
A man is in custody for allegedly shooting his girlfriend's husband in Washington County Sunday. U.S. Route 33 will be temporarily closed Thursday. All this and more in your afternoon update.
The Ohio Supreme Court has adopted 23 standardized forms designed to increase access to justice in family-law related proceedings in domestic relations and juvenile courts. Henry County Family Court Judge Denise Herman McColley, who chaired the workgroup to the Advisory Committee on Children, Families, and the Courts, said local courts are looking forward to using… Read More