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A researcher had an idea about viruses that was wild. And it turned out to be true.
The decision is a major victory for state employees, as well as for state Attorney General Andy Beshear as he runs to unseat Gov. Matt Bevin, who championed the controversial law.
The SATB Choir is a different kind of choir. Their mission is to “Create powerful and inspiring music in partner with social justice organizations to bring support and awareness to their causes.” Directed by Metra Peterson and founded by Metra Peterson and Nellie Werger in 2010, SATB choir performs twice a year teaming up with… Read More
When fentanyl, a synthetic opioid 50 to 100 times more powerful than morphine, infiltrated the drug supply in the U.S. it had an immediate, dramatic effect on the overdose rate.
NELSONVILLE — The city manager in Nelsonville said a gaga ball pit will be rebuilt, though the timeline for that rebuild depends on a prosecutor’s review of how the old one was removed. The gaga ball pit – used for a type of dodgeball – was a source of controversy after the president of city… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin is feuding on social media with ProPublica after the independent media nonprofit announced an investigative project with the Courier Journal. The Louisville newspaper reports the Republican governor posted a series of tweets and a video attacking both news organizations as biased. Bevin questioned who holds the paper… Read More
CLEAR CREEK, W.Va. (AP) – Authorities say three people missing since last weekend have been found alive at a nonoperational coal mine in West Virginia. The state Office of Miners’ Health, Safety and Training says in a statement the three were located Wednesday inside Elk Run Coal’s Rock House Powellton mine near Clear Creek. The… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio’s State Highway Patrol says a recent enforcement and awareness effort on impaired driving as part of a multi-state law enforcement partnership resulted in a total of 700 arrests for driving under the influence. The patrol reports 280 of those arrests were made in Ohio. State police from Pennsylvania, Michigan, Kentucky,… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – An Ohio media trade association has named its next president and executive director. The Columbus-based Ohio News Media Association recently announced Monica Nieporte will succeed Dennis Hetzel in those leadership roles. Earlier this year, Hetzel announced that he was stepping down and moving to North Carolina. Nieporte is president and publisher… Read More
Wow! 2018 has come and gone, and it’s about time we reflect on our favorite sounds of the past year. Leading up through the end of the year, WOUB Culture will be spotlighting what various music-centric people throughout the region have been enjoying the most for the past 12 months. Wes Gilbert is a member… Read More
Nature Provides a Rare Look at China’s Mystery Monkeys of Shangri-La Wednesday, December 19 at 8 on WOUB Narrated by BD Wong Hidden away in the Chinese Himalayas are beguiling monkeys unlike any other of their kind. Very rare, and only discovered in the 1960’s, Yunnan snub-nosed monkeys have mesmerizing faces, with tiny noses, almond… Read More
Being kind doesn’t cost a dime, but according to Darryl Lyons, there is a benefit to being kind with our finances. Darryl Lyons is ready to help people achieve the dream of financial freedom so they can enjoy life. Darryl’s San Antonio, Texas company PAX Financial Group is an Inc 5000 “Fastest Growing Company” and… Read More