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The Ohio Bobcats (10-15, 3-10) could not overcome the slow start Tuesday night, falling 82-74 to the Toledo Rockets (19-7, 11-2) The game could not have started off any worse for Ohio, as Toledo opened the game on a 15-0 run. It wasn’t until five minutes into the game that Jordan Dartis finally put the Bobcats on the board with a jumper. Kevin Mickle and Teyvion Kirk led the way for the… Read More
For Naylan and Nevan Yates getting buckets is a family business. On Tuesday night, business was booming. The brothers combined for 56 points in Vinton County’s 83-71 win over Miami Trace on Tuesday night. “I had a bunch of good looks,” Nevan Yates said. “It was a nice night.” The Vikings scored their second-highest amount… Read More
Instead of traveling to Logan High School the Nelsonville-York Buckeyes (5-16) were given the address of Katie Smith Gymnasium which is home to Logan’s Middle School teams but tonight it was home to the varsity Logan Chieftains (18-2) Thursday night. It was a different court but same constant result for the Chieftains who handed the… Read More
With the playoffs about to start, every team is trying to end their respective seasons on a high note. Whether that’s battling it out for the number one seed in the bracket or gaining some last-minute momentum, every team is highly focused on entering the playoffs with total rhythm and confidence on and off the… Read More
This is the February 13, 2018 broadcast of The OUtlet from WOUB News. This week, our reporters feature a student who will be running across the country to raise money for cancer, and a unique music group at Ohio University. Trying to listen to a specific story? See the time codes here: Illona Heartman –… Read More
Economists tracking federal mortality data say the opioid crisis is undercutting the productivity of people in their prime working years — 30s and 40s.
The report released by Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill says the cozy relationship between pain advocacy groups and pharmaceutical companies may have played a key role in the opioid crisis.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky officials say they will pay $14.3 million to the caregivers of more than 1,500 children in state custody to comply with a federal court ruling mandating the state pay family members and close friends in the same manner as licensed foster parents. The payments will begin later this month to… Read More
Transitioning from high school to college creates confusion and uncertainty for many students. Navigating a shared space with a roommate is one of the most common changes that college freshmen experience. Some college freshmen experience different difficulties as they try to express themselves in a new environment. Some LGBTQ students have to decide if they… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A West Virginia Senate committee has advanced a bill prohibiting smoking in motor vehicles when children age 16 or younger are in them. The Senate Health and Human Resources Committee on Tuesday sent the bill to the Senate Judiciary Committee. The voice vote was not unanimous. The bill would make violations… Read More