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Ohio Men’s Basketball: Bobcats Gut Out Crucial Win over Kent State on Senior Night

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ATHENS, Ohio — Jordan Dartis stood alone at the free throw line.  It wasn’t unlike a player shooting fouls shots at the end of a long practice to keep that part of their game crisp. But for Dartis, a fifth-year senior playing potentially his final game in the building he’s called home since the fall… Read More

25th Annual Children's Hunger Alliance "Menu of Hope" in the Hyatt Regency Ballroom in Columbus with keynote speaker Sugar Ray Leonard.

Mike DeWine, Fran DeWine Emphasize Need to Address Child Hunger

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Some of the biggest leaders in public service and in the business world gathered in Columbus for the 25th Annual Children’s Hunger Alliance “Menu of Hope” luncheon aimed at ending food insecurity. The annual event set out to raise $50,000 to help make sure children in Ohio are fed. According to the Children’s Hunger Alliance,… Read More

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Ohio University Targets Jobs And $30+ Million In Cuts

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ATHENS, Ohio — The president of Ohio University said they will not be able to meet target budget reductions “without reducing positions in most if not all colleges and administrative divisions.” Duane Nellis, in an email sent to OU employees Friday, wrote that to address an imbalance in the school’s operating spending, an analysis recommends $26… Read More

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Coalition says Spending Money on Kids Early Can Pay Off Big in Future

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A group of advocates working on education, health care, trauma prevention and early intervention for young children has launched a new campaign to encourage investing in programs earlier than ever before.  It’s aimed at the more than 545,000 kids three and younger who are living in Ohio – half in poverty. “When you have a… Read More

Novel Coronavirus

WATCH: An Infectious Disease Specialist on What We Do and Don’t Know About COVID-19

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After infecting tens of thousands in China, the novel coronavirus has reached dozens of other countries — at least 48 in total. Public health officials say it’s almost inevitable the illness will spread more extensively within the U.S. So what do we know about COVID-19, and how can we prepare for a broader outbreak? PBS… Read More

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Trimble Lady Tomcats’ Season Comes to an End Against Peebles

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JACKSON, Ohio- Every fan in the gym at Jackson High School for Thursday’s District Final game was on their feet for the matchup between the Trimble Lady Tomcats and Peebles Lady Indians. Back-and-forth can not even describe the intensity that came from this game. The Lady Tomcats gave it their all but unfortunately fell short… Read More