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Congressional leaders are finalizing legislation that would include a fresh round of smaller stimulus checks. The proposal abandons more controversial issues.
We know that many workers are struggling, and a recent survey takes a deep look at the specifics of how employees how feel about their jobs. In this episode, Laura Hamill, an executive at software company Limeade, shares the results from their recent “2020 Employee Care Report.” We talk about how the pandemic is affecting… Read More
Laura Schroff is an international and #1 bestselling author and keynote speaker. Since the launch of her books, An Invisible Thread, An Invisible Thread Young Readers’ Edition, An Invisible Thread Christmas Story, and Angels on Earth, Laura has become a passionate and compelling voice on the power of acts of kindness and human connections. Laura… Read More
ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Athens County has now had 2,700 total cases of COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic after 23 cases were confirmed Wednesday. The Ohio Department of Health confirmed the new cases on December 16. Analysis of ODH data indicates one case involved a person aged 0-19, seven involved people aged 20-29, two… Read More
Duncan graduated from Ohio University in 2005 ATHENS, OH – CBS News recently announced that former WOUB student and Ohio University graduate Jericka Duncan has been named one of the anchors of the CBS Weekend News. She and fellow national correspondent Adriana Diaz started anchoring the program earlier this month. Duncan graduated from Ohio University… Read More
Cash has worked at WOUB since October 2006 ATHENS, OH – WOUB Broadcast Transmission Supervisor Ken Cash has always been fascinated by how things work. “My grandfather was always trying to invent better ways to make things work, and he was always happy to let me help him,” said Cash. “He taught me a lot… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — More than 30,000 nursing home residents in Ohio have tested positive for COVID19 since April. And nearly 21,000 nursing home workers have tested positive during the same period. Advocates for those workers say that situation is worsening. Anthony Caldwell with the Service Employees International Union of Ohio says nursing… Read More
COVID-19, polarization, and election misinformation — including from the president — are three factors in politicians suffering harassment and even threats from voters in recent weeks.