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An Athens father has asked Athens City Council to consider banning tobacco usage in public parks — a measure that several Council members support.

An attorney for a Michigan man accused of raping an Ohio University student claims her client is innocent, a victim of circumstances and is only being charged due to pressure on law enforcement.

Update 5:51 p.m. Health officials say one person in Ohio has been voluntarily quarantined after having household contact with the Texas nurse who recently visited Ohio and was later diagnosed with Ebola.

A Glouster man who allegedly shot at police during a pursuit was indicted on seven felony charges Tuesday by an Athens County grand jury.

A three-judge panel has ordered Kanawha County prosecutor Mark Plants' removal from office.
 

WOUB's Ben Postlethwait sat down for a group interview on sexual violence with representatives of F**k Rape Culture, Ohio University's Women's Center, Survivor Advocacy Program, and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies department.

The guests, in order of appearance are:

A Michigan man was indicted on 10 counts by an Athens County grand jury Tuesday, alleging rape, sexual battery and aggravated burglary.

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) say Ohio is prepared for the unlikely event of an Ebola outbreak in the state.

In a conference call on Tuesday, ODH officials said health care professionals are up-to-date on how to spot and treat the Ebola virus.

A Columbus billboard advertising holy matrimony sparked a debate in the area with members of the LGBT community responding with a billboard of their own.

Emergency services in Athens County are getting several upgrades. County Commissioners voted today to replace ambulances in Nelsonville and Albany.

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