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Second place in the Mid-American Conference was on the line for the Ohio women’s soccer team and Western Michigan Sunday afternoon that enthralled the fans at Chessa Field. The Bobcats (8-6-3, 6-2-2 MAC) held possession for much of the game, forcing the Broncos (12-6, 6-4 MAC) to attack on the break whenever they could, as… Read More
The Ohio volleyball team looked to record their third consecutive win at the Convocation Center on Saturday night and get back to .500 in the Mid-American Conference. The only thing standing in their way was the Northern Illinois Huskies. The Bobcats (9-14, 4-6) battled the entire game and were able to build up a 2-1… Read More
With a dominant offensive performance, the Ohio Bobcats (4-3, 2-1) secured their second MAC East victory this season and remain undefeated at Peden Stadium. Led by quarterback Nathan Rourke, Ohio defeated conference foe Bowling Green (1-7, 0-4) in a 49-14 victory at Peden Stadium on Homecoming day. Ohio relied heavily on the run game early… Read More
A new study shows that slow rates of diagnosis and delayed access to treatment are the norm around the world.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — State health officials say four cases of a rare, mysterious illness that can paralyze children have been confirmed in Ohio amid a jump in such cases nationally. The Ohio Department of Health said Friday it has notified health care providers to be alert for and to report suspected cases of the… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Candidates in Ohio’s U.S. Senate campaign on Saturday argued in a second debate over different positions on taxes, immigration, gun control, climate change, the influence of money on politics and health care. In opening remarks, Sherrod Brown, the two-term incumbent Democrat, said he hoped the debate would stay focused on issues… Read More
The 1987 INF treaty banned ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with an intermediate range. For years, U.S. officials have accused Russia of violating the treaty.