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 OSU’s Meyer, team doctor release statements on missing player

UPDATE @ 2:30 p.m.The Ohio State Athletic Department has released statements from Head Coach Urban Meyer and Dr.


Wet weekend ahead

The last weekend of November will be wet and seasonal, according to StormCenter 7 Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs.

Couple blessed with baby after years of trying

Couple blessed with baby after years of trying

Leah and Chad Seymour finally have the gift they’ve always wanted.The Lebanon couple, after nine years of trying, now have a newborn baby to care for and introduce to the world.

Ranks of Butler County unemployed continue to fall

Ranks of Butler County unemployed continue to fall

Butler County’s unemployment rate was 4.1 percent in October, continuing its downward slide after falling below a healthy 5 percent in April for the first time in six years, according to new preliminary statistics released Tuesday by the state government.

Inspector General report clears Lebanon prison

A complaint alleging that top staffers intentionally fudged training hours at the Lebanon Correctional Institution in Warren County is founded, according to a report released today from the Ohio Inspector General’s office.

About 2,000 Duke Energy power outages remain in Butler, Warren

After reaching more than 4,000 power outages at one point Monday morning due to high wind, Duke Energy customers are now reporting less than 2,000 outages still in Butler and Warren counties.

Zoo to build $1.5 million cheetah facility in Warren County

The Cincinnati Zoo plans to begin construction next year on a $1.5 million cheetah breeding facility in Warren County.

ATM found in Dayton may be from Franklin gas station

An ATM stolen from a gas station in Franklin may be the one found sitting in an idling van in Dayton Sunday.


Scattered showers arriving tonight

It will remain mild this evening, which is mainly cloudy with some more scattered showers arriving into the night, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said.

Cincinnati-area home sales show rebound in October

Year-over-year home sales grew for the first time last month in the Cincinnati market since June.Sales of single family homes and condominiums increased 2.


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