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Things as of late have not gone their way, but that hasn’t taken away what the Ohio Bobcats (8-4, 5-3) have accomplished this year. The Bobcats tied with Western Michigan for the most selections in the Mid-American Conference with 12. RS senior linebacker Quentin Poling was a First Team Defense selection. The second team was filled… Read More
Everybody had the green light Tuesday night as the under-manned Ohio Bobcats fell to the Iona Gaels 93-88 in a match where both teams attempted more than 25 shots from behind the arc. The Bobcats rallied to close a late double-digit Iona lead to two points. But true freshman guard Teyvion Kirk and senior forward… Read More
The creator and former host of A Prairie Home Companion stepped away from that role this year, but he continued to produce Writer’s Almanac. MPR says it is cutting ties with Keillor completely.
“On Monday night, we received a detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace by Matt Lauer,” NBC News Chairman Andrew Lack said in a statement.
ATHENS — After a prominent OU alumnus was fired from his job at “The Today Show”, the university is responding to the news with sadness and promises of support for the internship that is active at the media outlet. Matt Lauer was fired from the top anchor job at “Today” after NBC conducted an investigation… Read More
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Wednesday enhanced federal enforcement targeting opioids in the Ohio Valley region, including a new Drug Enforcement Administration field division in Louisville. At a press conference in Washington, D.C., Sessions said the Louisville field division will be the first new DEA division established in 20 years. He said it will have about 90… Read More
Last month the Trump administration’s Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt chose an eastern Kentucky mining town as the venue to announce his intent to repeal the Clean Power Plan, an Obama-era rule that sought to limit greenhouse gas emissions. On Tuesday the agency returned to coal country to conduct its only public hearing on the matter… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – An investigation of sexual harassment allegations against four Republican lawmakers in Kentucky will cost taxpayers up to $50,000. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the Legislative Research Commission’s contract with a Louisville law firm to investigate the matter is worth up to $50,000 to conduct a human resources investigation and to provide legal… Read More
In December 1999 a group of second graders in northeast Ohio sat down to watch a VHS tape of what they thought would be Charles Shultz’s heartfelt modern masterpiece, A Charlie Brown Christmas. Instead, the bulky monitor came alight with the likenesses of Justin Hayward, Mike Pinder, and Graeme Edge in the midst of an… Read More
NATURE Travels with Celebrated Filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert to Discover the Soul of the Elephant Wednesday, December 13, at 8:00 pm on WOUB An intimate look into the lives of one of the world’s most intelligent and sensitive animals through the uniquely personal lens of extraordinary cinematic storytellers Despite living in the wild in… Read More