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In an impressive four years as a Bobcat, Ohio distance runner Juli Accurso went out on top. On the last day of the Mid-American Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships, she was named Most Outstanding Track Performer on her home turf. Accurso earned her ninth individual MAC title when she took the 5000m title in… Read More
Ohio ran into a blue buzz saw for the second straight day, this time falling to DePaul, 5-1, marking the end of the Bobcats’ season in the first round of the NCAA regionals in Lexington, Ky. A day removed from a loss to the Kentucky Wildcats, Ohio was shut down by Blue Demons starter Kirsten… Read More
Drug addiction can affect those of any age, but it is the prevalence among high school age students that was the topic of discussion this week at Trimble High School. Community leaders, parents, law enforcement and elected officials came together to discuss what can be done to help prevent the use of drugs and how… Read More
The FCC has made some crucial decisions recently on the concept of net neutrality. Everyone has weighed in, from FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, to internet personalities and media outlets. WOUB's Julia Rabe reports on what you should know.
After shutting down team after team in the MAC tournament, Ohio sat on the other end of a shutout loss in the first round of the NCAA tournament in Lexington, Ky., losing to No. 14 seed Kentucky, 2-0. It was a chilly affair at John Cropp Stadium, as Savannah Jo Dorsey participated in pitcher’s duel… Read More