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The California senator entered the presidential race with high expectations and took off after a blockbuster debate showdown with Joe Biden. But her support and funding fell in recent months.
The House Intelligence Committee has resumed its pas de deux of dueling documents. Republicans fired first with a report on Monday.
Ohio’s Secretary of State says a recent attempt by a computer in Panama to insert code into his office’s website was unsuccessful. But state leaders say this incident underscores why a comprehensive election security plan must be put in place soon. The attempted hack into the Secretary of State’s website was thwarted. Secretary of State Frank LaRose says no… Read More
Brian Doney is a formerly Columbus-based comic who now lives and works in New York City, but maintains a love for the city where he began his career. On December 9, Doney will return to Columbus for a very special show at Madlab (227 N. 3rd St.). He’s calling it The Nightmare Before X-Mas Album… Read More
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration sent out 15 letters last week warning some companies that sell cannabidiol, or CBD, about making unfounded medical claims regarding the effects of the hemp-derived compound. Many users claim CBD has a wide range of medicinal benefits but there is little evidence. Despite this warning, the burgeoning industry in the Ohio Valley continues… Read More
Ohio lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow the state’s education department to set health and sex education standards for K-12 schools. But it is meeting opposition from conservative groups. Ohio law mandates that abstinence be taught in K-12 schools as the preferred education policy. But Brian Yusko with the Ohio Association of Colleges… Read More
REEDSVILLE, Ohio – In their second game of the season, the Eastern Lady Eagles were looking for redemption. They dropped their opening game by five points to the Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes, and came determined to avenge their previous loss. Unfortunately, Monday’s game did not play to that script. The Lady Eagles started the game superbly…. Read More
Every year WOUB Culture spotlights what music-centric folks in the region have been listening to all year round right in time for the holidays in our annual Top Tunes feature. Emersynn McGuire is a 21-year-old local musician active in Athenian progressive rock band, The Infinite Improbability Drive. Starting at the age of seven, she has… Read More