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Ohio Annie Johnston sat close to her sister, Chrissy Knott, and held her hand under the blue surgical draping as the medical team worked toward closing the incision low on Chrissy's abdomen. Annie's gaze shifted between the teary eyes of the woman
Ohio (AP) An Ohio college student who was mistakenly identified online as participating in a public sex act says she has been harassed. The Ohio University student has filed a complaint with Athens police claiming she has been targeted on social
More Information The Carolina Panthers knew they were getting a player in Mike Mitchell who liked to live on the edge his questionable hit against Cam Newton in 2012 was evidence of that. What they didn't know was that Mitchell, now the team's
Twitter A photo showing two college-aged people involved in a sex act went viral on Twitter. The woman in the photo told police she was being raped but at least one witnesses says she seemed like she was enjoying it.' A man who Tweeted a picture of a
Images and video from an alleged sexual assault that happened on an Athens, Ohio street last weekend have been making the rounds on social media, and Ohio University's police chief has condemned bystanders for filming the attack instead of alerting
09/30/2013 11:52 am EDT Follow: Ohio University's Marching 110 backed down from performing Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" due to pressure from the administration and criticism over playing what some argue is a song that promotes rape culture .
John Allseits of Pearl City said his passion to collect telescopes began when he was a teenager growing up in Chicago. The soft-spoken man said he used to build telescopes back then, long before he became an antique collector and founding member of
Mass gives Alverno a big assist Alverno College extended its women's volleyball school-record winning streak to five matches with victories over Finlandia University and North Central University (Minn.) on the opening day of its volley tournament.
Now, it's been covered in epic, choreographed fashion by a college marching band. The Ohio University band performed a John Philip Sousa-approved version of the jokey EDM song during halftime on Saturday, even setting down their instruments and
Filled with iron ore and other heavy metals, the sludge acidifies waterways, kills fish and aquatic plants, and, if ingested, can be dangerous or fatal for humans. But where most people see destruction and sickness, one man sees art. Artist John