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Morning Audio Update for May 23

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A couple accused of running a pill mill in southeast Ohio was found guilty Tuesday. Plus,  the City of Marietta provides to programs to help the residents of Marietta better their homes. And, a local organization should be able to return to its normal job of saving dogs after reaching a compromise with the athens… Read More

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OU Studies Student Tablet Use

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Two classes at Ohio University were given tablets equipped with 4G/WiFi to use for an entire quarter, but not without a purpose.  It was all part of a study on how students really use mobile devices.    An undergraduate class, a graduate class and an Ohio Instructional Technology class partnered to complete the study.  … Read More

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Shelton Leaves Economic Development Post

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The current director of the Athens County Economic Development Council (ACEDC) is resigning from his position to accept a new one with the Office of U.S. Senator Rob Portman. Todd Shelton will serve as the Southeast Ohio District Representative after his resignation with ACEDC is effective June 1.    Athens City Mayor Paul Wiehl says… Read More

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Program Offers Free Parent Mediation

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A program to help ease the stress of separated parenting is being offered again for free.  Washington County's visitation mediation program aims to help parents and their children come together to resolve disputes.   Barb Tergolina, the director of the Washington County Child Support Enforcement Agency, says the program helps parents who don't live together… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for May 21

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Ohio's dropout rate increased between 2002 and 2009 at a higher rate than all other states except Illinois. Plus, Ohio's commission has set up a way to help problem gamblers from giving into temptation and going into the state's casinos. And, West Virginia authorities are making sure teenagers stay safe during prom and graduation season.

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Morning Audio Update for May 17

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The Athens County Prosecutor says based on the evidence, he can predict an outcome in a murder or involuntary manslaughter trial. Plus, a panel to recommend changes in how Ohio draws legislative congressional districts is getting more time. Details in your morning audio update.

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Morning Audio Update for May 16

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The Albany Area Fire Department will be burning something of their own on Saturday. Plus, the mayor of Wilkesville says it's a blessing the village's post office won't be closed. And, text messages warning you about tornados and other severe weather could soon hit your cell phone.

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Morning Audio Update for May 9

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More than 300 students will graduate from Marietta College on Sunday. Plus, a new bill would require criminals charged with arson-related crimes to register with the sheriff. And, a bill that would make changes to gambling options in the state is up for a vote today.  

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Morning Audio Update for May 8

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The Ohio Ethics Commission has warned a member of the state's oil and gas commission that his work could present a conflict of interest. Plus, the Division of State Fire Marshal is looking for two people who witnessed a Logan house fire that killed a man. And, Ohio Gov. John Kasich is announcing plans to… Read More

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OH-KY Bridge Project Gets Underway

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A bridge connecting two communities in two different states across the Ohio River is being replaced. The Ironton-Russell Bridge replacement project will relocate the bridge to between Second and Jefferson streets in downtown Ironton and the US 23 viaduct south of Russell.   The project also includes demolition of the existing bridge upon completion of… Read More

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Morning Audio Update for May 4

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A bridge connecting two communities in two different states across the Ohio River is being replaced. Plus, the Ohio Senate has approved a bill requiring violent crime victims and their families be notified when an offender is up for parole or is being released.