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Interstate 70 westbound is closed following an accident. A federal judge will make a decision on voting identification policies in the next couple of weeks. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded more then $3 million to an organization in West Virginia to address veteran homelessness. Details in your audio update.
Most of the region is under a heat advisory through Thursday. Plus, thousands of boy scouts and youth volunteers will be working to better the state of West Virginia this week. These stories and more in your Wednesday NewsWrap.
When I mentioned to a friend that I would be in Cincinnati for the day, they said, “You HAVE to stop by Jungle Jim’s International Market.” A few months ago a co-worker mentioned stopping at this store. Before that conversation I had never heard of Jungle Jim's. Everyone describes Jungle Jim’s the same way —… Read More
Last week, we gave you five ways to see the Ohio State Fair in a new light. Without further adieu, here are five more great ways you can have a blast at the Fair! 6. Music buff An essential part of any fair, live musical performances occur nearly 300 times during the Ohio State Fair…. Read More
Do you ever get a particular flavor or scent or taste in your mind and there isn’t anything to distract you from obtaining that except the real thing? And, should you experiment with this or that it leaves you wanting the ‘real thing’ even more. Hear me now…I love mayonnaise! I do! When I… Read More
For the second consecutive season, Ohio Bobcats quarterback Tyler Tettleton was named to the Davey O’Brien preseason watch list. The O’Brien Award recognizes college football’s most outstanding quarterback in the country. Tettleton joins 33 other quarterbacks on the list, headlined by field generals such as Clemson's Tajh Boyd, Ohio State's Braxton Miller, Alabama's A.J. McCarron… Read More
UPDATE 5:03 p.m. A spokewoman for the Ohio Department of Transportation says both westbound lanes of Interstate 70 should be back open by 5:30 p.m. According to ODOT a semi-truck collided with a lighted message board being towed by an ODOT vehicle. The vehicle and sign were part of a crew working to cleaning up the… Read More
A husband and wife were found dead in their home in Perry County after an apparent murder-suicide. The Perry County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Tuesday afternoon that Juanita Thompson, 41, and Christopher Thompson, 43, were discovered Tuesday morning in their home on New England Hill Road. The Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call at 8:15 Tuesday… Read More
Southeast Ohio’s sweet corn is special. The perfect blend of flavors that signify what summer is all about for this region. This weekend, lovers of sweet corn can fill their bellies with sweet corn dipped in salty, melted butter and served on the cob during the annual Sweet Corn Festival in Marietta. Marietta’s tastiest festival… Read More
Ohio Innovators in Clay tells the story of art pottery and studio pottery in Ohio through the display of more than 150 works made by the innovators of the medium from the mid-1800s to the present. Many of these works have never been exhibited previously in a public setting. No other state can boast as… Read More