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Gallia County leaders are taking steps to expand internet access in the county. Plus, many Ohioans are having a hard time repaying their student loans. And, the price of gas in Ohio continues to drop.
Sections of the catwalk on Ohio University's Athens Campus are closed for structural concerns. Plus, the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College has its hightest full-time enrollment level in four years. Listen to your audio update here.
A southeastern Ohio college president ousted from the job this summer is reinstated. Listen to your audio update here.
Police in Chillicothe are waiting on autopsy results in the death of a two-year-old boy. Plus, President Barack Obama's re-election campaign is mobilizing his supporters in the battleground state of Ohio to help challenge an election law.
Reverend Jesse Jackson is in Athens today to continue the War on Poverty. Plus, Arts West in Athens is once again being honored by the Athens Community Music Festival with a donation. And, Ohio sees changes to child support laws. Listen to your audio update here.
An Ohio University biomedical engineer has been given more than $900,000 dollars in federal funding. Plus, the Issue Two ad war is underway, as early voting starts next month. Listen to your :60 audio update here.
Students at Ripley Middle School are mourning the loss of their classmate, Loretta McCormick, who was only 11. Plus, one of the highest-profile people at the Governor's summit on energy and the economy is a CEO who's invested billions in Ohio. Listen to your audio update here.
A woman pleaded not guilty yesterday to theft in connection with $1800 worth of bad checks. Plus, the average body mass index of students in the Athens City School district is going down. Listen to your :60 audio update here.
The United States Postal Service could be closing the Athens mail processing center soon. Plus, The dean of the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine is retiring as dean, but will take on new responsibilities. Listen to your :60 audio update here.