Hillary Clinton won Ohio with about 56 percent of the votes statewide.
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Four presidential candidates come into focus for the Ohio primary.
Students at OU are calling attention to the refugee crisis.
Students gathered in support of social responsibility in food purchasing and the agricultural industry.
Despite making up a lower percentage, women looking to earn STEM majors see positive experience at Ohio University.
Christina Hoff Sommers brings topics of trigger warnings, modern feminism and free speech to George Washington Forum at OU.
Christina Hoff Sommers will speak on Tuesday in Galbreath Chapel at 7:30 p.m.
The deadline to register to vote in the primary election is fast approaching.
Debate over concealed carry continues at Ohio Statehouse.
Two cases of Zika were confirmed in Ohio, and local officials are keeping an eye on the virus.
A bill with bipartisan support would allow the Ohio auditor to conduct performance audits of state universities and colleges.
The Patton College of Education's online graduate degree program makes the U.S. News & World Report's list again, moving up several spots from last year.
Ohio University ranked number 14 on EPA green energy list.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted announced a recent initiative to recruit more poll workers.
Ohio could soon push its voter registration into the digital age with a bill to implement an online voter registration system.
Efforts to legalize marijuana in Ohio continue with Ohioans to End Prohibition's proposed Cannabis Control Amendment.
Obama’s address covered an array of topics, but first and foremost focused on his optimistic vision for the future. After all, this is the guy who ran on the slogan “Hope and Change.”
The address is tonight at 9, so get ready to drink, and there is a winter weather advisory.
Athens City Council holds public hearing on Airbnb, discusses stance on recent Syrian refugee crisis
City council members proposed issuing a statement on behalf of the city of Athens on the recent Syrian refugee crisis.
The meeting, hosted by the Bureau of Land Management, came after the announcement that it is considering about 31,900 acres of land in Wayne National Forest for oil and gas purposes, including land in Athens County.