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Ohio field hockey stole rival Miami’s first place rank in the Mid-American Conference standings with a three game winning streak. With a 3-1 record in the MAC and an 8-6 overall record, the ‘Cats will look to extend that winning streak against Kent State and non-conference competitor Northwestern. Kent State is no stranger to pressure;… Read More
Photos from President Obama’s visit to Charleston, W.Va. on Wednesday.
After an uncharacteristic two-week drought, Logan is looking to turn the tides on the road Friday against Gallia Academy. With running back Bryce McBride still out to injury, expect senior quarterback Lane Little to do some serious damage. Little has a lot of different hands to look for when he drops back. Not only is… Read More
By Aube Giroux / PBS Food As a kid, my mom would often make baked apples. They’re quick to prepare and they make a relatively healthy treat: just apples, maple syrup, spices, walnuts, and a bit of butter. If you’re a fan of apple pie but you can’t stand making pie crust, then this is… Read More
Former U.S. Senator George Voinovich visited Athens recently and sat down for an hour-long interview with WOUB’s Tom Hodson. Sen. Voinovich talked about his views of “gridlock” in Washington and how to solve it. He also discussed qualities of leadership and what qualifications future presidents should have. He did the interview in front… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An analysis shows an investor-backed campaign to legalize recreational and medicinal marijuana in Ohio has spent an estimated $3.75 million to air nearly 8,200 television ads across the state. The Center for Public Integrity released the data Thursday. It analyzed political advertising on broadcast television from 210 media markets around the… Read More
The Bobcats are ranked 4th in the nation in opponent hitting percentage. Bobcat Sports Showcase reporter Josh Gregory takes an in-depth look at the gears that make this defense successful.
Several living legends will visit Charleston this weekend for the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame’s sixth induction ceremony, taking place Saturday, Oct. 24 at The Culture Center Theater. The event, a production of FestivALL Fall, will be broadcast live throughout the state by West Virginia Public Broadcasting. The ceremony will be hosted by 2008… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The state’s elections chief says more than 61,000 Ohioans have cast their ballots ahead of next month’s election and nearly 223,000 absentee ballots have been requested. Secretary of State Jon Husted’s office says that as of last week, about 27,000 had voted in person and about 34,000 cast ballots by mail…. Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s senate president says the state’s inability to find lethal injection drugs will likely spur a debate over alternatives. Senate President Keith Faber said Wednesday he’s heard solutions ranging from heroin to nitrogen gas to a return to the electric chair. The Republican from Celina says something has to be done… Read More