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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Jackie Wolf talks with Liz Beverly, an assistant professor in the Department of Social Medicine at Ohio University. Wolf and Beverly discuss the science behind diabetes, the nutritional difference between fresh vs. canned foods, and the effects our modern sedentary lifestyles are having upon our bodies.
Winners from the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will get the opportunity to be interviewed before and after the event, which will take place Saturday, July 20 at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza in Cincinnati. The NATAS Ohio Valley Chapter presents Emmy® awards to television professionals in thirteen… Read More
A panel overseeing the Ohio Statehouse has approved the design for a Holocaust memorial that will be erected on its grounds. The vote on Thursday comes despite concerns from Richard Finan, the head of the Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board. He opposes the memorial and has questioned whether it would fit in at the… Read More
The Ohio University Performing Arts Series will present country music duo Thompson Square on Sunday, Sept. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Memorial Auditorium. Husband-and-wife team Keifer and Shawna Thompson received their first taste of mainstream success with the release of the Grammy-nominated “Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not.” The single spent five… Read More
Ohio’s Beau Blankenship earned more preseason recognition Thursday, making his way onto the Doak Walker Award Watch List. The Doak Walker Award is awarded to the nation’s best college running back. Blankenship, Ohio’s leading rusher from a year ago, racked up 1,604 yards and 15 touchdowns in 2012. The redshirt senior from Oklahoma also recently… Read More
The former band director of Ohio University’s Marching 110 says he aims to lead by example as he rebuilds the celebrated marching band at Florida A&M University whose reputation was tarnished by the hazing-related death of a band member in 2011. FAMU named Dr. Slyvester Young director of marching and pep bands in May. Young… Read More
For the fourth installment in our Sessions @ WOUB series, we are proud to present the internationally acclaimed California Guitar Trio.
Formed in 1991, the group is well-known for its mix of classical and original compositions and re-workings of surf-rock tunes and classic rock favorites. (VIDEO)
UPDATE 5:25 PM: University officials report that all buildings except Boyd should be back up by 8 a.m. Friday. There will be elevated temperatures until the cool down cycle is completed, however buildings should be habitable. The Convocation Center, The Human Resources Training Center, Stocker Center and Walter Hall will be open Friday. And officials… Read More
W.Va. State Police say a body found along the riverbank in Point Pleasant is that of a missing Gallipolis, Ohio, woman. Trooper S.C. Allen says the body of Lisa Miller, 43, was found about 5:30 Wednesday night. Family members reported Miller missing last Wednesday. Gallipolis Police said Miller had been living along the riverbank near… Read More
A woman who was in bed asleep was killed when a pick-up truck crashed through her bedroom. The accident happened at about 3 a.m. Thursday in the 7100 block of Clay Road, also known as Route 36, near Looneyville in Roane County. Investigators told WSAZ.com the truck was westbound on Route 36 when it veered… Read More