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OU Board Of Trustees Approves Plan To Borrow $100 Million Over Four Years

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The Ohio University Board of Trustees approved a plan borrow an additional $100 million in debt over the next four years as part of the school’s six-year capital improvement plan. Stephen Golding, vice-president for finance and administration said issuing tax-exempt debt in increments over the next four years would be less disruptive to the OU’s… Read More

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Cincinnati Jurors Begin Deliberations In Discrimination Case

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Jurors have begun deliberating whether the city of Cincinnati discriminated and retaliated against a black firefighter in what he called "a classic case of institutional racism." Deliberations began Thursday after a week-long trial in the federal discrimination lawsuit by Cincinnati fire Lt. Mark Broach. In closing arguments, Broach's attorney cited the 50th anniversary of Martin… Read More

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Afternoon Audio Update for August 29


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Two Ohio University players are suspended indefinitely from the football team after being arrested on drug charages. Ohio senators are visiting hospitals and health centers are part of a series of hearings on infant mortality. Kentucky State Police's "Drive Sober or Get pulled Over" campaign aims to minimize serious vehicle collisions during the upcoming holiday… Read More

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Marshall Approves Master Of Health Program

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Marshall University's Board of Governors has approved a master of public health program. The master's program will be offered through the College of Health Professions. President Stephen J. Kopp says the public health discipline will complement Marshall's professional doctoral schools in health care, including medicine, pharmacy and physical therapy. School officials say the new master's… Read More