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ATHENS — The Athens Fire Department has stopped all search operations for a missing man in the Hocking River. Crews searched approximately two miles of the river using sonar, search dogs, and rescue divers without any sign of the missing man, according to a release from the Athens County Emergency Management Agency. Search units, including… Read More
Late Late Show host James Corden took the famed Beatle on a ride that was, by turns, unexpectedly tender, touching and meaningful.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has called the Legislature into special session to determine whether impeachment proceedings should be brought against any member of the state Supreme Court. The special session will be held Tuesday in Charleston. The Legislature was already meeting in interim session. The request had been made Monday… Read More
On Sunday, the state will officially move providers of behavioral health services for low-income Ohioans into Medicaid managed care. That’s a huge change for how they get paid for providing addiction and mental illness treatment, family counseling and other services. And these last few days are causing lots of worry for some of those providers…. Read More
A bill that would overhaul the way Ohio mandates the use of renewable energy and energy efficiency is likely to get a vote in the Senate this week. The bill would take the amount of renewable energy the state requires to be on the grid, and cut it by a third. The measure gives more… Read More
“One of the medics takes a drill out of his bag and turns it on. It whirs like a dental drill as he pushes it into the man’s shin bone, trying to create a more direct path for the naloxone to enter the bloodstream.” That’s an excerpt from the Pulitzer-Prize winning narrative, “Seven Days of Heroin,” published… Read More
Maybe it was the lolling tongue or the upward-thrusting chin or the drool. Whatever her secret, Zsa Zsa the English bulldog worked her magic and took home the title.
A split U.S. Supreme Court has ruled against Ohio in a case involving rules that American Express requires merchants who accept its credit cards to follow. Ohio and 10 other states sued American Express over so-called “anti-steering” rules in contracts it struck with merchants. The states said American Express violated federal law by not allowing… Read More
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) – Renovations have started on a building that will become apartments for women undergoing treatment for substance use disorders in West Virginia. Marshall University says in a news release its health provider group, Marshall Health, and the Huntington City Mission have begun construction on the 15,000-square-foot building next to the mission. Each… Read More
If you are bitten by a Lone Star tick, you could develop an unusual allergy to red meat. And as this tick’s territory spreads beyond the Southeast, the allergy seems to be spreading with it.