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VIDEO: WOUB NewsWrap 6/18/13


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The Scioto County Sheriff's Office is looking for more information about a dead body found floating in Pink Creek off of the Ohio River. The Athens County Sheriff's Office has a new deputy patrolling the streets.  These stories and more in your Tuesday NewsWrap.

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Two Arrested In Church Parking Lot With Meth Ingredients

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Two men were arrested for possessing meth ingredients after the pastor of Outreach Ministries reported a suspicious vehicle in the church parking lot. Tony D. Smith, 48, of Williamsport, and Timothy M. Murray, 24, of Somerset, were both charged with illegal assembly of possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, a third-degree felony. Pickaway… Read More

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Trek Theatre Offers Weekly Bluegrass Concerts, Storytelling

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Southeast Ohio's already-thriving bluegrass community is about to expand. This Saturday, Hocking Hills Adventure Trek in Logan is opening The Trek Theatre, featuring weekly bluegrass concerts and storytelling. "We’ve created Trek Theatre to showcase the finest bluegrass and storytelling performers in Ohio," said owner Jim Stratton. "There are tons of great outdoor activities offered to… Read More

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Morning Update For June 18

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A man is sentenced to 23 years to life in prison after pleading guilty to the murder of Thomas Miller of Pataskala. Three properties in Wheeling didn't draw any bids during an auction. A central Ohio day care worker is denying she drugged children at her facility. More in your update.  

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Ohio Tolls Increase

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Higher tolls on the Ohio Turnpike over the next decade will back $1 billion in bonds that will help pay for northern Ohio road projects. Tolls will increase 2.7 percent a year to pay for work that would otherwise face years of delay because of lower revenue at the Ohio Department of Transportation. The Cleveland… Read More