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Donations will be accepted Saturday at West Elementary.
Task force will hold meetings in Cincinnati


Three students arrested
Ohio University police increase patrol after recent reports of sexual assault.


Another round of snow expected this weekend



As two teams prepare for Superbowl Sunday this weekend, another team is preparing for Sunday's local action- the weather.

While temperatures will be warm and sunny on Superbowl Sunday in Arizona where the game is being played, there is a 100 percent chance of snow in Athens.

ResponsibleOhio released its list of 10 primary investors in the ballot proposal that would legalize medical and recreational marijuana in the state of Ohio.

More than 3,000 Ohio high school students are participating in a mock-trial competition taking place in 25 counties around the state.
West Virginia quilters are being invited to enter an exhibition of their work in Charleston.
The invitation is from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History for a quilt exhibition at the Culture Center in Charleston.
An exhibit opening at a Cincinnati museum commemorates the liberation of a notorious Nazi concentration camp where more than 1 million prisoners died during the Holocaust.
State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is warning West Virginia taxpayers to be aware of an email scam claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service.
Morrisey says with tax season is in full swing, scammers are busy trying to steal personal information.
Ohio health officials are reporting a decrease in the number of flu-related hospitalizations in what has been an unusually bad season.

While most of Athens County Auditor Jill Thompson’s testimony at the criminal trial of Sheriff Patrick Kelly regarded monetary accounts, another role she holds was also the focus of questioning.

Four former Freedom Industries executives have been arraigned on a superseding indictment stemming from a chemical spill last January that turned off tap water for 300,000 people.

Bank accounts and proper spending were the focus of day four in the trial of the suspended Athens County Sheriff Patrick Kelly.