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The OU NAACP chapter held the "War on Black" Rally over the Labor Day holiday
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The Athens Books to Prisoners program aims to enrich the lives of Ohio prisoners through books.


Summer-like temperatures and chances of showers throughout the week


First-year medical students' first patients provide a unique learning experience


The federal government says about 6,000 Ohioans who signed up for the new health care law risk losing their taxpayer-subsidized insurance unless they act soon to resolve questions about their citizenship or immigration status.

Ohio thieves like Chevy pickup trucks.

A new report shows that the 1994 full-size Chevrolet pickup was the most common vehicle to be stolen in Ohio last year.

Ohio University Police Lt. Tim Ryan drove down Piggery Lane on Friday afternoon, approaching a subject who had been giving parking enforcement personnel some issues.

Kentucky agriculture officials and the federal government have finalized an agreement on how industrial hemp seeds may be imported into the state.

After reaching the deal Friday, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture has agreed to drop a lawsuit filed in May over acquiring the seeds.

A suburban Cincinnati abortion clinic that had remained open while fighting the state's closure order will have to close unless it files an appeal or other legal action.

Saturday’s 65th Parade of the Hills Grande Parade will feature more than 100 floats, bands and organizations — about one-third of the number that graced the event decades ago.

Athens County officials are considering applying for federal funds to purchase a command vehicle for use at emergencies and at events that require increased security.

Royal Dutch Shell says it has agreed to sell drilling rights in shale formations in Louisiana and Wyoming for $2.1 billion in two transactions.

Shell also said Thursday that it will also receive drilling rights to land in Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Several Cuyahoga County employees have been disciplined for lacking valid driver's licenses while the county's executive lacked a permanent one for years.

Health officials say no measles cases have been reported in Ohio since mid-July, while mumps cases continue to be tallied.

377 cases of measles have been reported in nine counties, with the last on July 23.