When Brie Sivy reported her sexual assault to the Ohio University Police Department, she had several fears.
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A former Ohio University student was found guilty of rape Thursday.
Ohio University announced Friday that it will renew its interim "Freedom of Expression" and "Use of Outdoor Space" policies, one day before they were set to expire.
Ohio University received an additional complaint of sexual harassment against ex-English professor Andrew Escobedo in December.
Someone was shot during an alleged burglary in Athens, according to a news release from the Athens Police Department.
An Athens Police Department officer who was fired for lying has been reinstated.
Propaganda efforts by white supremacist groups have surged on college campuses, according to the Anti-Defamation League — and much of the propaganda has been distributed at Ohio colleges.
The Athens County Prosecutor’s Office arrested an Iowa man who reportedly traded narcotics with college students over the dark web.
On the night of Feb. 1, 2017 — one year ago Thursday — Jolana Watson and 69 other students were arrested during a protest in Baker Center.
Former Athens County Sheriff Pat Kelly has filed a petition in federal court asking that charges against him be dismissed.
Snowball fights are a great winter activity — except when they land someone in jail.
The Ohio University Police Department has received three reports of rape since the beginning of Spring Semester.
Ohio University Student Senate President Landen Lama criticized the OU Board of Trustee’s proposed tuition increases in a Thursday statement.
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office arrested two Athens County residents Monday on charges of burglary.
An associate professor in the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism has dropped a lawsuit that claimed Ohio University administrators discriminated against her by race and sex.
The Athens County Major Crimes Unit seized Xanax and cash from a Mill Street apartment Thursday.
Athens Police Chief Tom Pyle said his department averages five to 10 marijuana citations a year, but he expects that number to increase after the recent passage of the marijuana depenalization ordinance.
During his paid administrative leave, an English professor accused of sexual harassment received $143,000 in pay from the university.