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Athens authorities make it a point to use drug dealer's money to go after other drug dealers.

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Unemployment rate stayed at 5.7 percent


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The Start Talking program is a sign of hope for families who have lost loved ones due to drug abuse


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The cost of providing health insurance to Athens County government employees in 2015 will go up less than projected, but will still cost significantly more than this year.

A federal bankruptcy judge has approved a $2.9 million settlement to benefit 300,000 people whose water was contaminated in a January chemical spill.

The beeps of the register at the food store checkout tell part of the story – how many items in the shopping cart.  But in the back pocket of this shopper’s jeans is a cell phone that might be limiting the amount she’ll be able to spend.

A former southeast Ohio sheriff's deputy has been arrested in the previously unsolved slaying of a fellow deputy 33 years ago.

Some Bobcat fans will be able to consume alcohol at this weekend’s home football game against the University of Idaho as Ohio University has secured a liquor permit for both Peden Stadium and the Convocation Center.

Relatives of a U.S. Naval reservist from Ohio say he was among the three troops killed when a suicide car bomber struck in Afghanistan.

Hundreds rallied outside of the Ohio Statehouse on Tuesday to celebrate National Recovery Month.

The Athens Police Department has been advised of a potential phone scam involving city water service.

Captain Ralph Harvey released a PSA Monday evening warning people to be on high alert.

Here's a look at some of the stories making headlines this afternoon: 

Athens County Library Is Seeking A Levy For The First Time

State environmental officials have determined that a mysterious sheen covering a central Ohio river is an algae bloom.