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State cracking down on companies who failed to create jobs in return for tax incentives
Appalachian Regional Commission awards $250K to project


Freshman publishes novel after placing 3rd in book competition
The Start Talking program is a sign of hope for families who have lost loved ones due to drug abuse


Showers & thunderstorms will arrive Friday causing a major cooldown for the weekend


Therese Hultin visiting the U.S. as part of journalism fellowship


A crash involving a dump truck, causing road closures in both directions, occured this afternoon on County Road 19 or Radford Road in Athens. 

State Highway Patrol responded to the scene.  The truck rolled over onto power lines and has yet to be removed.  

The 2013 Ohio Courts Statistical Summary contains statewide statistics on Ohio courts including a decline in the rate of cases going to trial.

Ohio University Press Release - Ohio University is committed to assisting all members of the Ohio University community in providing for their own safety and security.

Ohio University Press Release - Grabbing a fresh coffee, snack, sandwich or salad just became a little easier for Ohio University employees and students near the West Union Street Office Center.

A dozen high school marching bands from around the region will compete in the 40th annual Athens Invitational Marching Festival at Athens High School on Oct. 11.

A community said its final farewells to Stephen F. Byus this past weekend after the Wellston native was killed in Afghanistan on Sept. 16.

Only days after former Athens County Coroner Harold C. Thompson announced his resignation, Athens County Commissioners have appointed a temporary volunteer to do the job.

Authorities say a central Ohio man died after he touched a live power line while giving a child a ride in a bucket truck.

A Kentucky woman recounts how Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell helped rescue her abducted daughter in a new statewide TV ad that began airing Monday.

The woman from Morehead said in the 60-second ad that her ex-husband took their daughter in 2011 to the West African county of  Mali.

A former central Ohio court clerk who pleaded guilty to theft in office has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.