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Astronomers have found 12 more moons orbiting the planet Jupiter. These moons are all small — just 5 kilometers or less across — and one of them behaves very strangely.
Doctors are closer to a test in living people that could help diagnose chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a disease that’s been linked to concussions and other repeated brain assaults.
At a Levi Strauss & Co. research and development facility in San Francisco, designers use programs that offer the look of a finished garment and let them make changes like adding pockets quickly, rather than requiring a new prototype. When they’re set, they can send a file to the factory for mass production. Using digital… Read More
Ohio Gov. John Kasich dedicated a new state park and wildlife area named for Olympic great Jesse Owens. Jesse Owens is widely regarded as one of the most talented track and field athletes in history. He already has facilities at the Ohio State University named after him. That’s where he was a standout in the… Read More
In southwest Virginia, Galax was once a traditional small-town mountain community. It now has one of the fastest-growing Hispanic populations in the state.
In many parts of the world, the rate of HIV infection is declining. But not among the indigenous peoples of this Central American country.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Four former wrestlers say in a lawsuit that Ohio State University officials ignored repeated complaints about a now-dead team doctor and failed to stop his “rampant sexual misconduct” that went on nearly two decades. The lawsuit describes Richard Strauss, who killed himself after retiring from the university, as “a prolific sexual… Read More
The Seventh Annual PBS Online Film Festival Thinks Outside the Box Office with 25 Independent Short Films Amplifying Diverse Voices and Viewpoints PBS announced that the Webby Award-nominated PBS Online Film Festival will return for a seventh year July 16-27 and will feature 25 short-form independent films from multiple public media partners and PBS member… Read More
The opioid epidemic is a national issue with deep, unfortunate roots in portions of Southeast Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. For the next several weeks, WOUB-TV will be providing programming every Thursday night exploring the ins and outs of the highly addictive and all-too-readily available painkilling substances. Take a look at the programming information below… Read More
It’s feeling hotter than July here at WOUB, so several of your favorite voices from your regional public media outlet are clueing you in on their favorite tracks of summer 2018. Check out this one from WOUB reporter Aaron Payne, and watch for new installments in the series every Tuesday for the next several weeks. ———————————————-… Read More