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It’s been a long season for the Eastern Eagles, and if they want to extend their season with postseason success, they’re going to have to change something up. In tonight’s match-up against the Southern Tornadoes, the Eastern Eagles couldn’t stop the Tornadoes on Southern’s senior night as they fell by a score of 54-44. It… Read More
The video platform has temporarily shut off the video star’s revenue stream, citing a “pattern of behavior” that the company says is potentially damaging to other creators.
Despite bold plans to repurpose Olympic buildings, past host cities, such as Rio de Janeiro and Athens, have been left with vacant, decaying sports complexes and piles of debt.
The central Appalachian coalfields are in the middle of an unprecedented epidemic of severe black lung disease. In a recent issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association federal researchers released the results of a study conducted at just three black lung clinics. The study confirmed 416 cases of the most severe form of black lung… Read More
Understanding the molecular basis of major disorders such as autism, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder could help in developing better treatments.
The Dow rebounded Friday morning before retreating in the early afternoon. Analysts say market participants are concerned about rising interest rates, inflation and ballooning government debt.
The remarkable discovery of an intact ancient cypress forest in the Gulf of Mexico may reveal a lot about climate change — the past and the future.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s Senate has advanced a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would authorize lawmakers to restrict abortion rights. The resolution says: “Nothing in this Constitution secures or protects a right to abortion or requires the funding of an abortion.” Approved 25-9 on Friday, it would require two-thirds passage by… Read More
CINCINNATI (AP) – A federal appeals court has ruled in favor of a male student who says he was unfairly disciplined by an Ohio college that found he violated its sexual-assault policy. A three-judge 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals panel upheld a lower court’s dismissal of several claims against Miami University and school officials,… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Ohio Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for a man convicted of killing three down-and-out men lured by fake Craigslist job offers. The court ruled Friday in the case of death row inmate Richard Beasley. The 58-year-old Beasley was convicted of partnering with a teenage boy in 2011 to… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky Democratic Attorney General Andy Beshear’s office has ruled that Republican Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration should release to the public a document showing how much Bevin’s pension reform proposal would cost. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports Beshear’s office ruled this week the document should be released because a Michigan firm that produced… Read More
CINCINNATI (AP) – An Ohio college faces a deadline in a threatened lawsuit that would make it the latest university sued over white nationalist Richard Spencer’s campus tour. Attorney Kyle Bristow had told Kent State University it has until the end of business Friday to agree to rent space at an “acceptable date and time.”… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s attorney general has sued DuPont over the company’s decades-long release of a chemical from a plant in West Virginia. At issue is the dumping of the chemical C8 into the Ohio River from the DuPont Co. Washington Works plant, near Parkersburg, West Virginia. The lawsuit filed Thursday by Republican Mike… Read More
Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor says she would not support Attorney General Mike DeWine for governor in Ohio’s general election if he prevails in their race for the Republican nomination. Taylor told Scott Spears in an interview on WWGH-FM radio Thursday that DeWine and his running mate, Secretary of State Jon Husted, are “the career politician… Read More
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – A West Virginia University researcher says he has been seeing a steady stream of coal miners from southern West Virginia with both simple black lung disease and the more advanced form called progressive massive fibroses. Dr. Carl Werntz, associate professor of occupational medicine, sees patients at his clinic in Morgantown and… Read More