At a press conference Tuesday, officials credited DNA evidence with the arrest of a suspect in a serial rape investigation that spanned over ten years.
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Athens officials say they have arrested the man allegedly responsible for a serial rape case that police have been investigating for more than a year.
The City of Athens is facing a negligence lawsuit from a resident who says the city failed to inspect and maintain a sewer line that backed up and flooded her basement.
Multiple fires near Palmer Place Apartments caused $300,000 in damage early Thursday morning.
A set of email records released Monday show that calls and emails flooded the Office of the President following the Feb. 1 arrests of 70 demonstrators in Baker Center, and that former Ohio University President Roderick McDavis’ staff meticulously crafted the email responses he sent out.
The Athens County Major Crimes Unit arrested a man for felony possession of drugs on Ohio University's campus Friday.
At 15Fest on Friday and Saturday, attendees enjoyed cool weather and musical acts including Lil Yachty and Migos.
Ohio University, English Professor Joe McLaughlin and English Professor Andrew Escobedo asked a federal court to dismiss a civil rights complaint against them, Thursday.
Athens Police Department officers will soon join the Athens County Sheriff’s Special Response Team, increasing its size by nearly a third.
Messages obtained in a Post public records request show Ohio University officials were flooded with texts, calls and emails about the arrest of 70 demonstrators in Baker Center on Feb. 1.
Editor’s note: This article was originally published April 5, 2017.
Three inmates escaped from a Nelsonville correctional facility on Saturday, and two remain at large.
Ohio University won't pursue community standards sanctions against students arrested in Baker protest
Law enforcement located “a significant quantity of suspected cocaine” on an international plane that landed at Ohio University’s Gordon K. Bush airport in Albany on Wednesday, according to an OU Police Department news release.
After previously saying the court should decide the fate of the 70 people arrested for trespassing during a demonstration in Baker Center, Ohio University Police Chief Andrew Powers requested Wednesday the charges be dropped.
Athens County Municipal Court Judge Todd Grace began reading his verdict in the first trial of the 70 students arrested in Baker Center on Feb. 1, then stopped.
Email records between the Ohio University Police Department and university officials provide insight to the university's response to the arrest of the "Bobcat 70."
The pee problem: Student Senate and City Council turn to portable toilets to fight fest's public urination
The Athens Police Department received two reports of rape Wednesday, bringing the total of sex-related crimes reported to the department this week to three.