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Donations will be accepted Saturday at West Elementary.


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


Another round of snow expected this weekend



The Democratic National Committee will announce the location of its 2016 convention in the next few weeks.

Columbus, Ohio, holds the hopes and dreams for many Ohioans and members of Congress who are rooting for the underdog city.

West Virginia Democratic party chair Larry Puccio is resigning to serve as the leader of U.S. Senator Joe Manchin’s political action committee.

According to a news release Thursday, Puccio will become chairman of Manchin’s Country Roads PAC. 

Ohio University trustees are softening the blow of hefty tuition and campus housing increases for new students next year by guaranteeing the rates won't go up again during the students' four-year careers.
Ohio's congressional delegation is urging the White House to fully fund the decontamination and decommissioning of a Cold War-era uranium plant in southern Ohio.

Details of the tensions leading up to the October 2014 resignation of two top administrators, Ron Erickson and Carl Bridges, have been revealed as part of a public records request filled by Hocking College.

Ohio University student leaders met with several lawmakers to discuss higher education issues.

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) has awarded Ohio University a three-year, $600,000 federally funded research contract to monitor traffic safety and the effectiveness of wildlife preservation efforts along the new U.S. Route 33 Nelsonville Bypass.

The Athens City Historic Preservation Commission is asking Ohio University to reconsider demolition of the 104-year-old President Street Academic Center, which is on the National Register of Historic Places.

On Tuesday, Athens became the second city in the state of Ohio to unanimously pass a resolution supporting marriage equality.

With changes coming to funding for those with disabilities and the steps required to be taken in order to comply with the rules, what exactly is being done locally?