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SportsBeat host Pat Moore and Matthew Doyle interviewed the new Ohio men's basketball coach, Saul Phillips, in studio on Thursday. Topics included his reasons for coming to coach Ohio, how… Read More
The defense team for Arthur Tyler, who’s scheduled to be executed next month, says an innocent man is on death row. While arguing for clemency before the parole board, Tyler’s… Read More
Steve LaTourette was in Congress for 18 years, and his old district now starts north of Akron, then fans out north and westward to take up much of the northeast tip… Read More
A federal appeals court in Ohio has denied a request to rehear a challenge to the state's law on dangerous, wild animals. Seven exotic animal owners sued the… Read More
The 12th annual Little Cities Appalachian Spring Celebration will kick off on Thursday on Nelsonville’s Historic Public Square. The annual celebration — which highlights the region’s coal mining history —… Read More
The second set from Rory Block's performance at the Fur Peace Ranch from October 9, 2013.
A Kentucky lawmaker is pledging to hold hearings on prison medical issues after an inmate at a maximum-security facility starved to death on a hunger strike. State Rep. Brent Yonts,… Read More
For the second time in a week, school officials and law enforcement are investigating bomb threats made in a high school. Trimble High School called law enforcement Thursday at around… Read More
A former business partner has agreed to testify against an Ohio lawmaker charged with theft and fraud for allegedly misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money… Read More
An Ohio woman accused of using ice cream to lure a mentally disabled woman and her child to captivity in a forced-labor case is scheduled to be sentenced. Dezerah Silsby… Read More
By Noriko Kantake April is Autism Awareness Month. The CDC just released the new number for autism prevalence: 1 in 68 children has autism. This is astonishing, given that just 10… Read More
Organizers are hard at work preparing for the third annual Ratha Con Convention, taking place Saturday, April 26 at the Athens Community Center.
Previously a comic and sci-fi/fantasy convention, the event has been re-classified as a pop culture convention, incorporating gaming, comics, costume contests and displays by local artists and collectors.
A man who was a person of interest in a homicide investigation in Gallia County has now been charged with murder. According to WSAZ, 44-year-old David Brewster of Gallia County… Read More
A nonprofit coalition is urging Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to restore $1 million in state funding for early childhood and other family resource programs. The Our Children, Our Future campaign… Read More
A gay rights group wants to intervene in an existing case in hopes of getting a federal court to overturn Ohio's gay marriage ban and allow same-sex couples to wed… Read More
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes called Wednesday on President Obama to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline as she tries to defeat an incumbent Republican in the heart… Read More