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An attorney for fired Ohio State University band director Jonathan Waters says he plans to "aggressively attack" the school's new allegations.

David Axelrod called the university's response Thursday to a federal lawsuit seeking Waters' reinstatement "salacious."

Athens City-Council Health Department offically launched Project DAWN on Thursday. 

The Hocking-Athens-Perry Community Action Agency and O’Bleness Memorial Hospital have been listed by federal prosecutors in the Northern District of Ohio as losing nearly $500,000 in a health care scam.

State officials say there are now 164 people in Ohio being monitored for Ebola because they had contact or potential contact with the Texas nurse who visited the Akron area before being diagnosed with the virus.
State officials have announced plans to revamp campsites and renovate cabins at a state park in southeast Ohio.
Unemployment rates fell in all 55 of West Virginia's counties in September.
WorkForce West Virginia says that at 11 percent, Mingo County was the only one with a jobless rate in the double digits.
State officials are warning Ohioans about an unclaimed funds scam.

Hundreds of students of all backgrounds marched together this afternoon calling for a discussion on racial justice.

With the infamous Halloween block party just around the corner, Ohio University students and Athens residents are shopping for last minute costumes.

For businesses likae Uptown Costumes on Court Street, it’s a very busy time of year.

A Glouster man who led police on a chase and allegedly fired at officers in an Oct. 7 incident pleaded innocent to felony charges Wednesday.