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No Jason Carter, no problem. Behind a terrific performance from true freshman Teyvion Kirk and a Draymond Green like performance from Gavin Block, the Ohio Bobcats defeated the Alabama A&M Bulldogs 61-53. Carter missed the game because of a foot injury. Ohio is still unsure how much time he will miss. Early in the game,… Read More
The Philippines has been an on-and-off U.S. ally. For his part, Trump could help reassure Duterte that the alliance is rock solid by guaranteeing U.S. commitment to help in the South China Sea.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The Ohio attorney general’s office has awarded nearly $1 million to veterans groups from money seized during investigation of a multi-state Navy veterans charity fraud. Republican Mike DeWine says the grants are part of efforts to spend the funds as intended, to help veterans. John Paul Cody, long known as Bobby… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Female state legislators and staffers in Ohio have joined a national letter-signing effort urging action to change the culture around sexual harassment. Sen. Charleta Tavares, a Columbus Democrat, headed the Ohio effort. The letter signed recently by 35 women says mandatory sexual harassment training is a start, but more is needed…. Read More
Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of stories from WOUB on Vinton County’s journey as a food desert, and the fight for fresh food. The series is being done in partnership with the Vinton County Courier. As Campbell’s Market settles in to McArthur, residents who were hired on to work the aisles are finally… Read More
A bipartisan group in Congress, including several Ohio Valley lawmakers, is pushing for more federal support for technology known as carbon capture and storage. The lawmakers and an uncommon alliance of labor, business, and environmental groups want to pass legislation called the FUTURE Act which would speed commercial deployment of technology that reduces carbon dioxide emissions from… Read More