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It was Bob Dylan who once wrote, “The Times, They are a-Changin.” For the Meigs Lady Marauders, the times have already changed. Graduating seven seniors and saying goodbye to a head coach last year left Meigs with a lot of shoes to fill, and as this season has progressed, newly minted head coach Heath Hudson… Read More
KALAMAZOO, MI — Twice in their last three games, the Bobcats held a one-point lead with less than 10 seconds to play. They’ve now lost both games. Western Michigan (10-5, 3-1 MAC) handed the ‘Cats (9-6, 2-2 MAC) another gut-wrenching conference loss when Bronco junior Leighah-Amori Wool banked in a shot with seven seconds to… Read More
Houston, the only woman included in the 2020 class of a male-dominated institution, will be joined by Biggie Smalls, Nine Inch Nails, The Doobie Brothers, T. Rex and Depeche Mode.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A Democratic state lawmaker in Ohio has introduced a bill that would make using a cellphone while driving reason enough to pull someone over. State Rep. Mary Lightbody, of Westerville, introduced the measure Tuesday. The bill follows a call by Republican Gov. Mike DeWine last month to make distracted driving a… Read More
Secrets of the Dead: Bombing Auschwitz Premieres Tuesday, January 21 at 9 p.m. on WOUB, pbs.org/secrets and the PBS Video app to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz In April 1944, Jewish prisoners Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler miraculously escaped from Auschwitz concentration camp and fled… Read More
We often hear stories about drug addiction and the opioid crisis from physicians, policy makers or people involved with the legal system. However, we rarely hear from people directly impacted by the epidemic. That’s not the case in the book “Not Far from Me: Stories of Opioids and Ohio” co-edited by Dr. Daniel Skinner and… Read More
WATERFORD, Ohio – There’s no better close to a half than with a made basket; and when that made basket comes from half court to tie the game, that’s an exclamation point. Waterford’s Nick Fouss did just that. His miraculous shot knotted the game at 22 and gave Waterford all of the momentum going into… Read More
BEVERLY, Ohio- Step aside Trevor Harrison, there’s a new points leader in town and his name is Weston Baer. Baer went into Tuesday’s game against the Fort Frye Cadets with 1,255 points and only needed four more to surpass Harrison and become the Meigs boys’ all-time points leader. Baer came out firing in the first… Read More
MERCERVILLE, Ohio – The Federal Hocking Lancers find themselves in an unfamiliar position, atop the TVC-Hocking. The Lancers (10-2), (7-1) have not only been winning games but dominating in them. Tuesday was no different, as they took care of a divisional foe, the South Gallia Rebels, 65-42. In a night where the leading scorer, Hunter… Read More
Six candidates are onstage beginning at 9 p.m. ET as the field shrinks and the standards rise. The debate is taking place in Iowa, less than three weeks from the caucuses. Follow live coverage.