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Sophomore Angela Codian returned to form on Monday, as a strong second round helped put Ohio in sixth place after the first day of the Rocket Classic. Codian was only +2 in her second round of the tournament, her best score in 18 holes since the start of the fall season. Codian’s total score was… Read More
Last week's best photos are here. Follow @WOUBVisuals on Twitter for daily updates and visit our Flickr page by clicking any of the photos below. Our photographer Kate Hiller tagged along as Gridiron Glory found its "Fan of the Week" at Logan on Friday. And then Kate saw Ohio running back Beau Blankenship dish out… Read More
James Massara and Carter Eckl stop by the set of Gridiron Glory to talk about week 7 in the SEOAL and look ahead to week 8.
TVC-Ohio reporters Nathan Takitch and Blaine Carragher break down week 7 for every team in the conference and look ahead to week 8.
Morgan Overbey joins Nick Komjati to take a look at the competitive race at the top of the MVL standings.
Athens Public Transit is offering free rides on city buses through Oct. 24 to attract new riders and show off improvements to the public transit system. The promotion is called #Free4A11 to encourage topic tracking on social media. Rides were made free for 11 days, which started on Monday. Athens Public Transit Transportation Services Manager… Read More
TVC-Hocking reporters Lucas Widman and Kelsi Steele break down the league standings through seven weeks and preview the upcoming action.
West Virginia reporters Todd Ward and Justin McCauley stop by Studio A to talk Parkersburg, P. South and Williamstown through seven weeks of play.
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Within just twelve days of being posted on Youtube, a video chronicling Haden DeRoberts’ journey has gained almost 12,000 viewers. During his freshman year at Ohio University, DeRoberts was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. Thanks to an anonymous bone marrow donor, he was able to receive a bone marrow transplant, and is now cancer free. “It’s… Read More
The smell of stale air and the squeak of sneakers against hardwood floor fill Ban Johnson Arena as practice drags into its second hour. The Marietta College Pioneers take their positions on either side of the net while head coach Ray Costa orders them into a drill. Suddenly the once-still atmosphere blossoms into a cacophony… Read More
The Mid-American Conference formally announced the creation of the Bahamas Bowl on Monday morning. The bowl game was created in partnership with Conference USA and the American Athletic Conference and will feature all three leagues competing in it on a rolling basis over the first six years. The MAC announced the creation of the… Read More
A portrait of the late Ohio Supreme Court Justice Robert M. Duncan was dedicated Thursday at the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center. During an official session of the Supreme Court, Chief Justice Maureen O’Connor remarked on Justice Duncan’s many firsts, including being the first African American to serve on the court. “And history shows… Read More
State highway officials are looking for ways to complete an upgrade of U.S. 35 in Mason and Putnam counties. The project would expand a 14.6-mile section of the highway to four lanes. The Division of Highways had planned to fund the $187 million project with revenue from tolls. But county officials rejected the proposal and… Read More
The issues of privacy, surveillance, and the First Amendment were examined at the Kiroff Bench Bar Seminar sponsored by the Toledo Bar Association on Friday, October 11. The seminar titled Protection vs. Privacy, included national speakers such as CBS’s 48 Hours correspondent Erin Moriarty. The 120 in attendance also heard a discussion by Georgetown University… Read More
An alleged sexual assault of a woman is being investigated by the Athens Police Department after reports of the incident already made its way around social media websites over the weekend Photos and a video turned up on various Twitter accounts over the weekend of images of a man allegedly giving oral sex to a… Read More
Athens County Prosecutor Keller Blackburn is finding other ways to serve the community and keep it safe. Blackburn's team from the Athens County Prosecutors Diversion Program focuses on rehabilitating offenders and having them not reoffend. The team cleaned up the grounds of The Dairy Barn Arts Center in Athens on October 12th. They were doing… Read More
The Ohio club hockey team completed a perfect weekend in Mentor, Ohio, at the ACHA Showcase by defeating the Niagara Purple Eagles, 4-3, on Sunday. The victory made the Bobcats 3-0 at the showcase, with two wins coming against teams ranked among the top 20 in the country. The team also allowed only four goals… Read More
Host Tom Hodson has a discussion with Simon Kruse Rasmussen, a Danish investigative reporter who is visiting the Institute of International Journalism. Rasmussen has covered stories from Russia, ranging from the control of media in the goverment to their controversial anti-gay laws. Rasmussen is an International Media Fellow with the Center for Strategic and International… Read More
Host Tom Hodson has a discussion with Chip Mahaney, the Senior Director of Local Operations for E.W. Scripps Digital Division. Mahaney creates strategies and initiatives for Scripps broadcasting entities' 13 markets. Mahaney generates larger audiences for Scripps online media. Mahaney is visiting for Ohio University's annual Scripps Day, an event for employees to mingle with… Read More
As part of October being "Anti-Bullying Month," WOUB will post features and videos related to the issue, which isn't only found in our schools, but online and at sporting events and more. Here's the third of 12 webisodes, produced by StopBullying.gov, which bring some of the causes and effects of bullying to light. Have you… Read More
As part of WOUB's "Global Perspectives" series, our panel talks about the state of Nigeria, as the country celebrates its 53rd year of independence from Great Britain. The discussion is led by Kingsley Antwi-Boasiako, features Ohio University assistant professor of political science Brandon Kendhammer, third-year OU graduate student Nancy Katu and master's student Opia Cletus… Read More
BOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WSAZ) — Two men are in jail after Boyd County Sheriff’s deputies say they bought oxycodone tablets from them and then found more drugs and needles on the pair when deputies stopped their car. According to a release from the Boyd County Sheriff’s Office, deputies said they audio-recorded a drug deal on… Read More
ST. ALBANS, W.Va. (WSAZ) — After refusing arrest in a domestic situation, a man is now in jail facing multiple charges. St. Albans Police say Lawrence William Robinson, 44, is accused of holding a gun to his girlfriend's head. This happened about 5:30 p.m. Sunday at Robinson's house in the 500 block of 5th Avenue…. Read More
A high school freshman is in jail after investigators say he was caught with a gun at Greenup County High School before the school’s homecoming football game Friday night. Greenup County Sheriff Keith Cooper said it happened about 5 p.m. and that the boy, who is 15 years old, raised his shirt and flashed the… Read More