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Teen Dating Violence Can Lead To Homicide — And Girls Are The Most Common Victims
A study finds that about 7 percent of all teen homicides between 2003 and 2016 were committed by a romantic partner. The majority of victims were teen girls.
Spire Falls At Paris’ Notre Dame As Cathedral Is Engulfed In Flames
Video showed the beloved building on fire, with smoke billowing into the sky. The cause of the blaze was not immediately known, but the structure has been been undergoing renovation.
W.Va. Gov Turns to Trump for Reelection Help
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice is betting on President Trump for a little help in his reelection effort. The Republican governor on Monday announced he’s hired… Read More
NMF ’19 Interviews: Darlingside
Darlingside’s last album, Extralife, tackles dystopian themes with the unlikely medium of colorful baroque pop. The band has been hailed by NPR Music for their “exquisitely-arranged, literary-minded” songcraft, which undulates from… Read More
House Speaker Rolls Out Plan To Overhaul Ohio’s Energy Policy
A new proposal in the Ohio House would do away with renewable and efficiency standards, drawing a new fund to reward not only solar and wind production, but also nuclear… Read More
Radio Free Athens: a Playlist for April 13, 2019
Every weekend volunteer DJs fill the airwaves with their favorite sounds. Check out this playlist curated based on what those volunteer music geeks were spinning this past weekend.
Mueller Report Release Will Likely Escalate Tensions Between Trump And Congress
And unlike the attorney general’s predecessors who were caught between warring branches of government, William Barr seems intent on being at the center of the conflict.
Ohio Baseball Drops Back and Forth Contest with Ohio State
Ohio got swept over the weekend in a three game series at Northern Illinois, and the Bobcats were hoping to get back to their winning ways Tuesday against in-state foe… Read More
Take Back the Night Takes a Stand Against Sexual Violence
ATHENS, Ohio – Many sexual and domestic violence survivors would agree that a person can’t understand how a sexual assault feels until it happens to them. For those who haven’t… Read More
The Faceless Heroes behind Those 9-11 Calls
ATHENS, Ohio – The 47-year-old lieutenant of Athens County Sheriff’s Office urged people to celebrate National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week from April 14-20. Aaron Maynard, who is also the interim… Read More