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Ohio Women’s Basketball: Bobcats Roll Past Northern Illinois in MAC Tourney Quarterfinals

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CLEVELAND, OH — What better time for a team to find a new aspect of its game than the conference tournament? Ohio head coach Bob Boldon has harped on his team’s defensive play all season, but in the quarterfinals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament, the Bobcats turned in one of, if not their best defensive… Read More

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Episode 050 : Time management expert Laura Vanderkam says you’re not as busy as you think


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Do you feel constantly behind and endlessly oppressed by a nagging sense that your “to-do” list is growing by the minute? Bestselling author Laura Vanderkam says you’re not alone. But you don’t have to live this way. Laura has studied the calendars of hundreds of professionals, and found that even extremely busy people have more… Read More

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Ohio ‘Heartbeat’ Abortion Ban Moves Closer to Becoming Law

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The Republican-led Ohio Senate has again passed a measure to ban abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected. The 19-13 vote Wednesday sends the so-called heartbeat bill to the Republican-controlled House. GOP Gov. Mike DeWine has indicated he’d sign such a ban. It would be among the most restrictive abortion measures… Read More

Toyota Driving Demand For Solar Power In Ohio Valley

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Automaker Toyota is planning to announce a major investment in solar and other renewable energy in Appalachia and the Southeastern U.S. The plan includes a massive new solar facility on an old surface coal mine property in Kentucky. Sources close to the deal tell the Ohio Valley Resource that the Kentucky site is part of… Read More

Motorists drive past a sign warning of upcoming traffic cameras in Cleveland.

Cities Want To Stop New Traffic Camera Rules In Transportation Budget

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It’s been a few years, but state lawmakers are trying again to put rules on local traffic cameras, which they’ve said communities are using to generate revenue rather than improve safety. The new regulations are part of the same budget that would raise the state’s gas tax. The House version of the transportation budget requires traffic… Read More

Ohio Men’s Basketball: Saul Phillips Won’t Return to Ohio Next Season

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ATHENS, Ohio —  There will be a new bench boss for the Ohio men’s basketball team next year, as Athletic Director Jim Schaus announced today that Saul Phillips’ contract will not be renewed. “We are making a change in the leadership of our men’s basketball program. I do not believe that our men’s basketball program,… Read More