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UPDATE 9:10 a.m. According to an official statement from Ohio University, buildings that have been affected by the outage should be restored within the next 24-48 hours. Some buildings have… Read More
American Electric Power reports 83 percent of Ohio customers impacted by Wednesday’s storm have been restored to service. As of Friday morning, approximately 26,700 customers remain without power across the… Read More
Belpre officials struggle to fund emergency medical technicians. The Ohio National Guard has tripled in number of sexual assault cases since 2012. More in your audio update.
UPDATE 1:55 p.m. AEP Ohio says it has restored power to approximately 20,000 customers left without electricity after severe storms moved through the state Wednesday. According to an update posted on… Read More
As rainy weather continues throughout the day, more road closings have been announced. The Athens County Emergency Management Agency reports the following roads in Athens County have been closed due… Read More
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says they are still searching for the Waverly man involved in a traffic accident that killed three people including a pregnant woman and her unborn… Read More
The Athens County Sheriff's Office says a search for a missing python led to the discovery of multiple pot plants. Police say Hocking College personnel were looking for a snake… Read More
Two people are dead after a head-on collision in Pike County. Ohio Gov. John Kasich is seeing support, according to a recent poll. More in your morning update.
A man was shot yesterday after allegedly trying to rob a house in Glouster. Ohio's unemployment remained the same in May as in April. More in your morning update.
Annual tuition increases may end soon for future Bobcat students as Ohio University’s Board of Trustees look into guaranteed tuition. If the university adopts such a change, students entering under… Read More