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ATHENS, OH— The Bobcats were unable to seal the deal in any of the three games against Central Michigan this weekend. It was the first MAC series at home for Ohio. OU fell short 6-2 and 10-8 in the Saturday doubleheader. The Bobcats tried to bounce back Sunday, but ultimately fell 4-2 in the matchup. Drawn Out… Read More
April 8, Ohio University Lancaster welcomed rising Americana star Parker Millsap for evening of high energy tunes. Check out these photos of the event, taken by WOUB’s Robert Green.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia House has followed the Senate and voted to end any doctor’s ability to waive the legal requirement to notify parents of an underage daughter’s abortion. Under the current law, a doctor other than the one performing an abortion can waive the requirement by finding that the minor is… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP)- The National Weather Service says warm, dry conditions and gusty winds have increased the chances for wildfires in West Virginia. The weather service says in a news release Sunday that outdoor burning is considered extremely dangerous. The statement says residents should be aware of heat and sparks while operating equipment and avoid… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection is taking registrations from volunteers who want to help clean up the state’s highways. The Adopt-A-Highway Statewide Spring Cleanup is scheduled for April 29. Volunteers have until April 21 to register, and they must be at least 12 years old to participate. The program… Read More
CINCINNATI (AP) – Ohio’s governor plans a roundtable discussion on police-community relations in Cincinnati. Republican Gov. John Kasich has a Monday afternoon session with law enforcement and community leaders in a city that has drawn praise for improvements in police and community links. The discussion comes after a Kasich-commissioned advisory board recently reported more than… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio State University trustees have extended the contract of university president Michael Drake by two years. Trustees voted Friday to extend Drake’s contract until June 30, 2021, two years after his five-year contract was set to expire. The move was a first for the university, which typically looks at contract extensions… Read More