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Morning Audio Update June 8

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Cyberbullying is an area of rising concern in higher education. Plus, authorities say the vehicle believed to be used in an Ohio woman's abduction was an old police cruiser with no door handles in the back seat. Details in your morning audio update.

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Hocking College To Confer 779 Honors

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A new tradition will be established at Hocking College's graduation ceremony Sunday. Two students have been selected to deliver the honorable commencement speeches.   Natural Resources Law Enforcement major Emily Carmack is a President's List Award winner and will speak at the morning ceremony.   Belinda Baldwin is also a President's List Award winner and… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for June 5

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ODOT is saving money and commercializing five of the state's non-interstate rest areas. Plus, Ohio's governor is ready to sign into law the anticipated exotic animal regulation bill. And, data indicates new drilling efforts in the state are clipping right along.

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Whipple Man Pens Bird Watching Book

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Bird watching is one of America's fastest-growing and most popular hobbies. Bill Thompson of Whipple, near Marietta, has made it easier for children and beginners to take up the hobby.   He's done that by writing a book called "The Young Bird's Guide."   Thompson says he wrote the book for two reasons.   "One,… Read More

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OU Student Found Dead

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A 21-year-old Ohio University student was found dead at a Palmer Street residence Sunday evening. Athens Police Chief Tom Pyle says the deceased was Stephen Rung, also known as Stephen Meno, from West Lake.    Police say no suspicious elements were uncovered and no foul play is suspected in the incident. 

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Morning Audio Update for June 4

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A 21-year-old Ohio University student was found dead at a Palmer Street residence yesterday evening. And, graduating seniors at an Ohio high school have celebrated how their class pulled together in the aftermath of a shooting that killed three students and wounded two others earlier this year. Plus, Ohio's delegation to the Republican National Convention… Read More

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OU Professor Dispels Obesity Myths

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An Ohio University professor is doing research on obesity to discover how big of a problem it really is. Professor of Applied Health Sciences and Wellness Darlene Berryman says there are many misconceptions about obesity. She says the difference between being overweight and obese is actually about how much fat tissue a person has. "We… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for May 30

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The questioning and elimination of potential jurors in a Southeast Ohio murder trial begain yesterday. Plus, the State Highway Partrol has the number deaths in fatal crashes that occured over the long weekend. And, the federal government has approved Ohio's request for relief from certain requirements of the Bush-era No Child Left Behind Act.

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Morning Audio Update for May 29

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An Ohio University student is behind bars after campus police found two homemade bombs near his campus dorm. Plus, OU students and their parents will have to open their wallets and purses even wider next school year. And, a retired police officer in central Ohio has pleaded guilty to scharges involving sexual contact with a… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for May 25

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A judge in Logan is taking extensive measures in order to find an impartial jury for a local murder trial. Plus, the Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth will have a new CEO. And, Ohio's Highway Patrol troopers will be out in full force this Memorial Day weekend.

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Molinaro To Take Economic Growth Helm

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The Appalachian Partnership for Economic Growth (APEG) will have a new CEO beginning July 1. John Molinaro is a certified Economic Development Finance Professional and currently serves as the co-Director of the Community Strategies Group at The Aspen Institute in Washington, D.C.   Molinaro says his first priority as CEO is to build the agency's… Read More