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Jon Husted said voters are growing increasingly frustrated with the heavy overlay of politics on the state’s congressional and legislative maps. And Husted said they – and he – may… Read More
It’s common practice for servers to make about $4 an hour, because it’s assumed that the tips they earn will take them up to minimum wage or more. But some… Read More
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that President Obama’s top pick to head Veterans Affairs is Cleveland Clinic CEO Toby Cosgrove. One healthcare colleague gives Cosgrove a hearty endorsement to… Read More
WOUB Public Media hosted the nominations for the Ohio Valley Regional Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Wednesday, June 4. Two WOUB Public Media employees,… Read More
A federal appeals court in Cincinnati has declined to rehear an appeal by the Libertarian Party of Ohio seeking ballot access for a gubernatorial candidate. The 6th U.S. Circuit Court… Read More
Ozric Tentacles, the legendary England-based psychedelic space rock band that ignited the underground festival scene overseas in the 1980s, is making their summer debut appearance in the United States later… Read More
Start-up companies and investor groups are troubled over a proposal by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC may raise requirements for accredited investors, people allowed by U-S Securities Law… Read More
Australian guitar virtuoso Geoff Achison is no stranger to Southeast Ohio, having been invited to teach and perform at Jorma Kaukonen’s Fur Peace Ranch every year since 1998.
This week, Achison returns to the region for two performances: a solo show in Jackson on Thursday, and group performance at Uncle Buck's in New Marshfield. WOUB's Mark Hellenberg talks with the award-winning guitarist.
Police say a 31-year-old man died and his mother is hospitalized after they overdosed on heroin together in southwest Ohio. Dayton police say the 52-year-old woman's life was saved because… Read More
The Ohio House has passed legislation that would keep insurance companies from charging significantly more for chemotherapy pills than for traditional intravenous treatments. The bill passed in the House Tuesday… Read More
A spate of burglaries in Athens since the end of April prompted a crowd to turn out at the Athens Community Center Tuesday night to learn how to protect themselves… Read More
A former Meigs County deputy faces felony charges in three counties. Robert Tate, 34, of Little Hocking was arrested Friday after leading Athens County deputies on a chase ending in… Read More