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The Ohio State Highway Patrol has released the names of two people seriously injured in a head-on crash Wednesday on Ohio Route 7 in Meigs County. Aaron Brooks, 24, of… Read More
The Athens County Sheriff's Office is calling for a new approach to tackling the local meth problem. A new report issued by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s Office shows law… Read More
Issues spark over Nelsonville-York School District's armed school resource officer. Around 1,100 marijuana plants were eradicated in southern Ohio. More in your morning update.
The Athens County Sheriff's Office has released an image of a suspect in a store robbery. The Sheriff's Office says it all happened around 10:30 Sunday night at a local… Read More
Ohioans affected by the July storms may have a chance at getting some financial assistance. Ohio Governor John Kasich announced Tuesday that the U.S. Small Business Administration has granted Ohio’s… Read More
Athens residents will vote on a fracking ban this November. The director of a pediatric cancer radiation unit at Ohio State University downloaded sexually explicit child pornography videos and photos.
UPDATE 5:03 p.m. A spokewoman for the Ohio Department of Transportation says both westbound lanes of Interstate 70 should be back open by 5:30 p.m. According to ODOT a semi-truck collided… Read More
Thousands of Boy Scouts and youth volunteers will be working to better the state of West Virginia this week. According to a press release from The Citizens Conservation Corps, approximately… Read More
The Athens County Engineer's Office will be closing County Road 53, Lottridge Road in Carthage Township on Wednesday, July 17 for culvert replacement. According to an official release, the road… Read More
UPDATE 8:50 a.m. Temperatures are expected to rise into the low to mid 90's Wednesday and Thursday throughout the region. According to the National Weather Service, the temperatures will combine… Read More
Thousands are expected to attend this weekend's All Good Festival, being held July 18-21 at Legend Valley, located in the rolling hills of Thornville, Ohio. More than 50 acts will perform, including members of The Grateful Dead, Yonder Mountain String Band and Grace Potter.