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GLOUSTER, Ohio- The Trimble Lady Tomcats were battling for a share of the TVC-Hocking tonight against the Wahama Lady White Falcons and they came out victorious with a final score of 50-28. The game started out sloppy with both teams committing turnover after turnover, and the Lady White Falcons were able to keep themselves in… Read More
NELSONVILLE, Ohio- The Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes were flying high after defeating the Vinton County Lady Vikings earlier this month on the road. They ended the Lady Vikings home winning streak, as they hadn’t lost at home since 2017. The Lady Buckeyes had the confidence to try and do it again, they wanted to pull off… Read More
THE PLAINS, Ohio- It was a tough scoring night for the Lady Bulldogs as the Alexander Lady Spartans routed them 48-18 in The Alley on Thursday. Putting together a total of 13 points in the first half and only five in the second, the Lady Bulldogs struggled to find a way to the basket. No… Read More
States can now apply to set up their Medicaid program with capped funding from the federal government. With this move, the administration delivers on a long-held conservative goal.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A former television weatherman accused of downloading pornographic images depicting children has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges in Ohio. Mike Davis pleaded guilty Thursday in Columbus to four counts of pandering sexually-oriented matter involving a minor. Authorities say he downloaded and emailed the material to himself over a period of… Read More
Senators will get another chance Thursday to ask questions of House managers and President Donald Trump’s defense team as they weigh whether to call witnesses in the impeachment trial. They will likely debate and vote Friday on whether to call witnesses.
A coalition of advocates say the bill, which creates a new criminal mischief prohibition, can have a chilling effect on protesting at places like oil and gas pipelines. About two dozen people from environmental, anti-poverty, and religious groups interrupted a House committee meeting with loud chants. Their demonstration spilled out of the committee room and into a… Read More
The State of the Union this year may make for a seriously awkward moment. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will be seated over President Trump’s left shoulder Tuesday, less than two months after the Democratic-controlled House impeached him — and just as the Republican-controlled Senate will be deciding whether to keep or or remove him from… Read More
HOCKINGPORT, Ohio — An Athens County man was shot and killed by law enforcement after reportedly firing on officers investigating a domestic dispute. Chad Nicolia, 41, of Hockingport, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to a press release from Sheriff Rodney Smith. The Athens County Sheriff’s Office received a report about the dispute between Nicolia… Read More
A new report finds the Ohio Valley has some of the most disadvantaged communities in the country. The study comes from the University of Michigan’s Poverty Solutions, an initiative to eliminate or alleviate poverty through action-based research. The “Index of Deep Disadvantage” combines measures of income, health outcomes, and social mobility, or the factors affecting someone’s ability… Read More
ATHENS, OH — Over the course of a season, there will be games that a team has to dig deep and find a way to win a game that is unlike how they normally would go about it. Wednesday night was one of those games for the Bobcats. With shots not falling and their best… Read More
Do you love singing? Are you looking to get more experience singing in front of crowds, or to build confidence as a performer? Every Thursday night, Donkey Coffee (17 West Washington, Athens) hosts an open mic night for anyone who’d like to sing. WOUB spoke with Megan Wren, musician and booking manager for Donkey Coffee… Read More
Ohio University Alumni Tyler Wend credits WOUB training for pathway to career at Ross Mobile Productions ATHENS, OH – When 29-year-old Tyler Wend of Buchtel, Ohio started working at WOUB Public Media in November of 2014, he didn’t know what he wanted to do with his life. Wend had earned an associate degree in digital… Read More
Today’s episode will be particularly helpful for young professionals eager to get their new jobs off to a great start. Washington career coach and personal branding strategist Robert Moment has specialized in preparing people to outshine the competition during job interviews. But some of the same techniques will support your success after you do get… Read More
Bill Baker and Michael O’Malley are on a mission. They want to change the way organizations are managed. In their new book, Organizations for People, they dive into what makes a company a great place to work and the principles every organization can adapt and follow in its own unique way. Nicole talks with Bill… Read More