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VIDEO: WOUB NewsWrap 6/27/13


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The bodies of two brothers, ages 12 and 9, are undergoing autopsies after they were found shot. Authorities are continuing their search for a body that two people reported seeing in the Ohio River Wednesday night.  Plus, a spotlight on Lightning Safety Awareness Week and how officials hope residents will learn to stay safe during… Read More

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Afternoon Update For June 27


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The search for a missing python has come to an end. A new bill would allow Ohioans to only display one license plate on their vehicles. A West Virginia lawmaker says he will work towards bringing marriage equality to the state. Details in your afternoon audio update.

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State Budget Clears Ohio Senate

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A state budget that revamps Ohio's school funding system, cuts personal income taxes and adds new abortion restrictions has cleared the Ohio Senate. The Republican-led chamber approved the $62 billion, two-year spending blueprint Thursday in a 21-11 vote over some fierce objections by Democrats. An Ohio House vote also was planned as Gov. John Kasich… Read More

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Ohio Adds Two-Way Player Brumfield to 2014 Class


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The commitments keep rolling in for Ohio Football. Outside linebacker Jared Brumfield verbally committed Thursday morning, according to Scout.com, becoming the eighth member of Ohio’s 2014 class. Brumfield is a 6-foot-3, 218-pound two-way player from Stebbins High School in Dayton, Ohio. Though he also plays running back, Brumfield is listed as a linebacker, the first… Read More

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McDavis Appointed To NCAA Board

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Ohio University announced Thursday the appointment of President Roderick J. McDavis to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Board of Directors and the Bowl Championship Series (BCS) Presidential Oversight Committee. McDavis will replace Northern Illinois University President John Peters, who is retiring, and will serve a four-year term, July 1, 2013 – August… Read More