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Former Ohio guard D.J. Cooper completed his second NBA pre-draft workout with the Golden State Warriors on Monday, and according to his agent, Mike Naiditch, Cooper said he felt “his performance was much improved” compared to his first workout with Portland. Naiditch also said the Warriors staff told him after the workout that “(Cooper) played… Read More
Former Ohio Basketball forward Reggie Keely took to Twitter Monday night to announce he is continuing his basketball career professionally with the Dan Helder Kings of the Dutch Basketball League. “It’s pretty much official, I will be in the Netherlands this August,” Keely tweeted. Den Helder finished sixth out of 10 teams in the DBL… Read More
The top high school football players from Pennsylvania and Maryland met in the annual Big 33 Football Classic in Hershey Park, Pa., over the weekend. Ohio commit Dorian Brown took the field for Pennsylvania, assisting the Keystone State in its 58-27 victory over Maryland in the game known as “The Super Bowl of High School… Read More
Ohio drivers can relax now as Gas prices drop this week. Plus, Ohio is showing an increase in the population of people ages 20 to 34. These stories and more in your Monday NewsWrap.
On paper, April Vale and Dani Underhill appear to be your typical married couple: two kids, two dogs, busy home and work lives, dreams of having a third child and buying a house. But April and Dani face challenges and obstacles other married couples don’t because they happen to be two women. “I just want… Read More
2013 is turning out to be a banner year for Athens music, with great new releases from Hex Net, Leah Nairn and Supernobody. Now you can add local surf-rockers The D-Rays to that list. WOUB's Bryan Gibson talks with bassist Missy Pence about the band's debut LP and upcoming record release show at The Union.
About 775 customers in Muskingum County won't have power until midnight, according to estimates by American Electric Power. AEP Ohio says an equipment failure at the Bridgeville substation caused the outage. The company is bringing a mobile transformer as part of repair efforts.
A bull was shot Saturday after escaping from a trailer and halting traffic for over an hour. The Athens Patrol Post of The Ohio State Highway Patrol says a bull being transported near Guysville was running loose on US Route 50. Two troopers responded and tried to keep the animal off the roadway and away… Read More
Women seeking an abortion in Ohio would have to wait longer to undergo the procedure and listen to their doctors describe all of the fetus' "relevant features" under a measure being considered by state lawmakers. The Republican-led Legislature's most recent attempt at curbing abortions would also require doctors to tell women that the procedure increases… Read More
Ohio-based band Over The Rhine returns to Stuart’s Opera House this Saturday for a special acoustic show at 8 p.m. The group, which performed at Stuart’s almost six years ago and made a stop at the 2011 Nelsonville Music Festival, is currently touring in support of its latest release, Meet Me at the Edge of the… Read More