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The Ohio baseball took on the Marshall Thundering Herd today in just the fourth home game of the season for the Bobcats. Ohio came into this one 5-16 to Marshalls 14-8 record. The Thundering Herd jumped out ahead in the third scoring on a sacrifice fly by Erik Rodriquez. Ohio was able to get a… Read More
ATHENS, OH — Not everyone is clutch. Not every athlete can handle the pressure of being in a scenario where their team could win or lose a game based on their performance. But Morgan Geno can. The senior slugger for the Bobcats stepped to the plate in a tie game with two outs and a… Read More
Anyone selling or owning bump stocks could face up to 10 years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000. The devices are now classified as machine guns.
The vote means the administration can continue to spend billions of dollars to construct a Southwest border wall. The fight shifts to federal court, where several states sued to block the president.
A letter from the Department of Justice announced the shift, in support of a district court judge’s ruling that the law is unconstitutional. The case will likely end up in the Supreme Court.
A dozen medical marijuana dispensaries have been given certificates of operation. Dispensaries in Northeast and Eastern Ohio have been open for a few weeks. But there haven’t been any in central Ohio, until earlier today. The chilly weather didn’t keep Columbus resident Michael Doctor from standing in line at the opening of the Columbus Terrasona dispensary…. Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s Republican governor says he will sign a bill that would weaken one of the country’s worst-funded pension systems while helping some independent but state-funded agencies avoid bankruptcy. Gov. Matt Bevin sent a letter to state lawmakers on Friday saying he would sign a version of House Bill 358. It would… Read More
Multiple interceptors tracked and destroyed a missile carrying a dummy warhead. Advocates claim the test proves the system can provide some defense against countries such as North Korea.
The money nearly doubles the $1.3 billion Congress authorized for border wall funding — a move made possible after President Trump declared a national emergency.
Ohio’s top elections official says it’s time for a change to the stickers that are handed out at early vote centers and at the polls on election day. And he wants people who in most cases can’t yet vote to play a role in designing them. Secretary of State Frank LaRose said the stickers, which… Read More
ATHENS (WOUB) — An Ohio University investigator’s report says there was no documented proof that a Journalism professor knew of a graduate student’s role in an investigation of him before he argued against admitting her into a Ph.D. program. This conclusion comes despite statements from a witness saying he mentioned the investigation before the meeting…. Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia officials have released lists naming secondary roads across the state that need maintenance. Gov. Jim Justice ordered Division of Highways district managers last week to compile lists of secondary roads that are most in need of repair. He also asked them to suggest projects that need continuous “aggressive” maintenance…. Read More
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia University professor has won a $500,000 grant to work on cybersecurity techniques. The college announced Monday that Yanfang Ye has won the CAREER award from the National Science Foundation. Ye is an assistant professor of computer science and electrical engineering at WVU. Her plan is to design a… Read More
OXFORD, Ohio (AP) — A report says a student at a now-suspended fraternity at Miami University in Ohio told university officials he was beaten with a spiked paddle, kicked, and forced to drink large amounts of alcohol and smoke marijuana. The Hamilton-Middletown Journal-News reported the specific allegations Monday, citing a university incident report. Miami earlier announced Delta… Read More
Millions of NPR listeners will get a new soundtrack to their mornings on May 6 Start off your day on a different beat. Debuting May 6th, NPR’s Morning Edition will be getting brand new theme music. Don’t sleep on our fresh sound, check your local stations and broadcast times at NPR.org/stations. “Mornings will be sounding… Read More
“THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE” Documentary Tells the Untold Story of One of New York City’s Most Horrific Crimes THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE, a film from award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns, tells the story of the five black and Latino teenagers from Harlem who were wrongly convicted of raping a white woman in New York City’s Central… Read More