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Ohio Volleyball: Bobcats Take Senior Night Victory Against Kent State

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ATHENS, Ohio (WOUB) — Ohio Volleyball’s Senior Night in the Convocation Center on Tuesday celebrated the career of Vera Giacomazzi, the team’s setter from San Vendemiano, Italy. A touching ceremony before the came culminated in the jumbotron showing a video of Giacomazzi’s family congratulating her all the way from Italy. As the team took the… Read More

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Climate Change Policies Have Seen Great Change in Biden’s First 100 Days


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  https://ohio.streamguys1.com/Spectrum/mp3/GeoffDabelko_210318.mp3   The Biden Administration has targeted climate change as a priority in its first 100 days. It is unraveling four years of President Donald Trump’s deregulation and laisse-faire attitude toward the environment. Rarely have we seen so much change so quickly, says Dr. Geoffrey Dabelko, professor and associate dean at the Voinovich School… Read More

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New Order Requires Nursing Homes To Allow Visits In Most Cases

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — Currently in Ohio, nursing home visitors need to be screened for COVID-19 symptoms at the front door, need to sign in, wear masks and schedule those visits in advance. But there’s a new state order meant to ensure visitors are more common in those nursing facilities. Gov. Mike DeWine said the new order… Read More

Miners assemble on railroad tracks to block a shipment of coal from a Blackjewel mine.

Blackjewel Bankruptcy Leaves Damaged Lands, Miners’ Compensation In Limbo

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WHITESBURG, Ky. (OVR) — The Blackjewel bankruptcy case has been ongoing since the summer of 2019 when Blackjewel, LLC abruptly collapsed, leaving over 2,000 miners in Wyoming, Kentucky and West Virginia without their jobs, their benefits, or their final paychecks. In protest, Kentucky miners spent much of that summer camped on the railroad tracks to… Read More

Former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio David DeVillers points at a chart at the press conference announcing the arrest of then-Speaker Larry Householder (R-Glenford) and others in a $60 million bribery case.

Former US Attorney Speaks Out On Ohio Corruption Cases, BGSU Hazing Probe

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (Statehouse News Bureau) — The chief prosecutor in the cases involving Republican former House Speaker Larry Householder and suspended Democratic Cincinnati City Councilmember PG Sittenfeld is speaking out about the work he did, after stepping down at the request of President Biden last month. Former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Ohio… Read More