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OU’s President To Make Capitol Hill Push For DREAMers

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Ohio University president Duane Nellis said he will urge Ohio’s Congressional delegation in Washington, D.C., to protect undocumented immigrants who came to America as children and are now students. Nellis made the comments in response to today’s announcement by the Trump administration that it is ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Those… Read More

Introducing…The FRONTLINE Dispatch!


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Podcast Season Premieres September 14 Today, FRONTLINE is announcing the launch of The FRONTLINE Dispatch, narrative podcasts that expand the series’ tradition of deeply reported long-form journalism. This is a great opportunity for FRONTLINE fans in your market to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or RadioPublic and not miss a single riveting installment! Each episode… Read More

West Virginia State Parks To Have Electric Car Charging By Year End

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Charging stations for electric vehicles are expected to be installed at all West Virginia state park guest lodges by the end of the year. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports nine of the state’s 10 park lodges already have at least three Tesla electric vehicle chargers and one universal vehicle charging unit. North… Read More

Episode 101: Wendy Merb-Brown


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When students enter college, or undergo other similar transitions during their academic careers, they are at greater risk of academic difficulties. This episode features Wendy Merb-Brown, who is the Assistant Dean of University College at Ohio University. Wendy directs a campus wide learning community program for first-year students, which is designed to support students as… Read More

Floridians Keep Wary Eye On Hurricane Irma, Buying Supplies

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MIAMI (AP) – Floridians took advantage of the Labor Day holiday to empty many store shelves of drinking water and other supplies in advance of Hurricane Irma, which could affect the state by the weekend. By mid-day Monday, many grocery stores across South Florida had been emptied of bottled water and stores were hoping to… Read More

Ohio Victims’ Fund Denies Thousands Due To Strict Rules

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio program designed to help compensate victims of crime has strict rules that cause thousands of applicants to be rejected each year. A Dayton Daily News investigation (http://bit.ly/2iJqd8F ) has found the Ohio Victims Compensation Fund program, administered by the state attorney general’s office, has been paying out less each… Read More