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|Police: Drugged driver crashes into chili restaurantWXIX / 10 min. ago more|
A driver was high on heroin when he crashed into a Camp Washington building Friday, according to a Cincinnati police report.
|White House special counsel: No plans to fire MuellerWLWT / 19 min. ago more|
"As the White House has consistently said for months, there is no consideration of firing the special counsel."
|UCLA drops second straight game to Cincinnati - NCAA.comGoogle News / 50 min. ago more|
NCAA.comUCLA drops second straight game to CincinnatiNCAA.comUCLA got shut down by Cincinnati's defense as the Bearcats forced 15 turnovers in the 1st half. Kyle Washington led the Bearcats with 19 points in their 77-63 victory. Dec. 16, 2017 (1:44). Current Playlist: Latest Videos. Click here to view the ...
|Adorable video shows airport employee dancing with girls at gate WLWT / 52 min. ago more|
An employee at a Dallas airport showed two young passengers his dance moves while they were waiting for a flight.
|What Cincinnati's downfall tells us about the Vikings' window to win - 1500 ESPNGoogle News / 58 min. ago more|
1500 ESPNWhat Cincinnati's downfall tells us about the Vikings' window to win1500 ESPNThe 2015 Cincinnati Bengals were the culmination of an arduous rebuilding effort. They were the vision of a head coach who had been given more patience than anyone in the NFL expected. They proved to be the peak of Marvin Lewis's mountain. In 2003 ...How to watch Bengals at Vikings, Week 15 on scheduleScoutBengals' Marvin Lewis: Coaches realize these jobs are not foreverESPN (blog)Cincinnati Bengals at Minnesota Vikings: Game time, channel, radio, streaming and moreDaily NorsemanCincy Jungle -Inverse -MyDaytonDailyNewsall 217 news articles »
|Mixed results for news media in high-profile casesCincinnati News / 59 min. ago more|
Ohio media organizations have gotten mixed results in separate state court rulings on their challenges to newsgathering restrictions in two of the state's highest-profile criminal cases in recent years. The state Supreme Court on Thursday refused to order the release of complete autopsy reports from the unsolved 2016 slayings of eight southern Ohio family members.
|Democrat Ruben Kihuen Won't Seek Re-Election Following Sexual Harassment Allegations WVXU / 1 h. 21 min. ago more|
Rep. Ruben Kihuen, D-Nev., who has been haunted for two weeks by allegations of sexual harassment, said Saturday that he will not seek re-election in 2018. Kihuen's announcement comes a day after the House Ethics Committee said it has opened an investigation looking into the allegations leveled at the 37-year-old freshman congressman by a former campaign aide. In a statement, Kihuen reiterated that he had done nothing wrong and said he looked forward to being cleared of any allegations of sexual misconduct. "I want to state clearly again that I deny the allegations in question. I am committed to fully cooperating with the House Ethics Committee and I look forward to clearing my name. "Due process and the presumption of innocence are bedrock legal principles which have guided our nation for centuries, and they should not be lost to unsubstantiated hearsay and innuendo. "However, the allegations that have surfaced would be a distraction from a fair and thorough discussion of the issues
|What It Took To Convince Final Holdouts To Support The GOP Tax BillWVXU / 1 h. 30 min. ago more|
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|Weighing The Impact Of Repealing The Health Insurance Mandate WVXU / 1 h. 30 min. ago more|
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|UCLA wilts early this time in 77-63 loss to Cincinnati - Los Angeles TimesGoogle News / 1 h. 30 min. ago more|
Los Angeles TimesUCLA wilts early this time in 77-63 loss to CincinnatiLos Angeles TimesUCLA had nearly twice as many turnovers (15) as made baskets (eight) during a first half in which the Bruins badly faltered. Welsh, Holiday and Hands had three turnovers apiece. Welsh was conspicuously missing on offense, going scoreless while facing ...Instant analysis: Cincinnati Bearcats put up signature win over UCLACincinnati.comTurnovers punish UCLA basketball in loss to CincinnatiLA Daily NewsSloppy UCLA Loses to Cincinnati 77-63Bruins NationWashington Post -CBSSports.com -Reutersall 25 news articles »
|Zoo officials to take Fiona the hippo off bottle feedingWXIX / 1 h. 44 min. ago more|
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden says Fiona the baby hippopotamus will soon eat nothing but grown-up hippo food as she's weaned from her bottles of formula.
|Police: Man shoots at officers, barricades self in Dearborn County homeWLWT / 2 h. 27 min. ago more|
After arriving at the house, officers learned that the lone occupant, Michael A. Smith, 32, was wanted on a probation violation warrant.
|Rep. Kihuen won't run for re-election amid sexual harassment allegationsWLWT / 2 h. 34 min. ago more|
"I am committed to fully cooperating with the House Ethics Committee and I look forward to clearing my name."
|Barbershop: The Alabama Senate Race And Accusations Against Russell Simmons WVXU / 2 h. 53 min. ago more|
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|Remembering Bruce Brown, Whose 'Endless Summer' Documentary Boosted Surfing As A SportWVXU / 2 h. 53 min. ago more|
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|Brexit Is One Step Closer As EU Agrees To Talk About U.K. TradeWVXU / 2 h. 53 min. ago more|
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|Mario Batali gives holiday recipe in same email as apologyWLWT / 3 h. 15 min. ago more|
ABC announced Thursday that it had terminated its relationship with Batali following a review of sexual misconduct allegations at his restaurants.
|Pope Begs Journalists To Avoid 'Sins Of Communication'WVXU / 3 h. 19 min. ago more|
Pope Francis, in speaking to a group of journalists Saturday, addressed the importance of a free and responsible press while also warning against falling "prey to the sins of communication." He was speaking to members of the Italian Periodical Press Union and the Italian Federation of Catholic Weeklies and said that in a field "dominated by the anxiety of speed, by the drive for sensationalism," reliable information is at a premium. "There is an urgent need for reliable information, with verified data and news, which does not aim to amaze and excite, but rather to make readers develop a healthy critical sense, enabling them to ask themselves appropriate questions and reach justified conclusions," he said, according to the official speech log from the Vatican. "There is an urgent need for news communicated with serenity, precision and completeness, with a calm language, so as to favour a fruitful reflection; carefully weighted and clear words, which reject the inflation of allusive,
|Uber or ambulance? Some people dialing up a car instead of 911WLWT / 4 h. 23 min. ago more|
A new study shows a surprising trend in how people handle their medical emergencies.
|Trump defends tax plan, proclaims economy set 'to rock'WLWT / 4 h. 46 min. ago more|
The president predicted the legislation would cause the economy to soar beyond its current 3 percent rate of growth.
|'Like you see in the movies': Chunk of ice nearly shatters woman's windshieldWLWT / 5 h. 11 min. ago more|
A scary moment for this woman was a reminder of the dangers of winter driving.
|Ex-wife of former NBA player charged in his 2010 killingWLWT / 5 h. 18 min. ago more|
The killing of Lorenzo Wright has been one of the most high-profile unsolved cases in Memphis.
|Arrests made in overdose death of woman with 9 childrenCincinnati News / 5 h. 38 min. ago more|
Authorities say two men have been arrested in connection with the suspected overdose death of a woman whose nine children watched her die in their family's Ohio home. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports Middletown police on Friday arrested 63-year-old Jim Boyer and his son, 32-year-old Keith Boyer, after issuing warrants earlier in the day.
|Fresh Air Weekend: Director Spike Lee; 'Godless' Creator Scott FrankWVXU / 5 h. 59 min. ago more|
Fresh Air Weekend highlights some of the best interviews and reviews from past weeks, and new program elements specially paced for weekends. Our weekend show emphasizes interviews with writers, filmmakers, actors and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts. This week: 31 Years Later, Spike Lee Puts A New Spin On 'She's Gotta Have It': In a new 10-part Netflix series, Lee revisits his story of a young black artist who loves sex but isn't interested in a committed relationship. 'Godless' Creator Was Determined To Put His Own Spin On The Classic Western: Scott Frank packed his Netflix miniseries with train robberies and shootouts, but Godless isn't exactly a typical Western. For one thing, the town at the center of the story is run by women. You can listen to the original interviews here: 31 Years Later, Spike Lee Puts A New Spin On 'She's Gotta Have It' 'Godless' Creator Was Determined To Put His Own Spin On The Classic Western Copyright 2017 Fresh Air. To see
|Bluff The ListenerWVXU / 6 h. 8 min. ago more|
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit BILL KURTIS: From NPR and WBEZ Chicago, this is WAIT WAIT... DON'T TELL ME, the NPR news quiz. I'm Bill Kurtis. We are playing this week with Mo Rocca, Tom Bodett and Negin Farsad. And here again is your host filling in for Peter Sagal at the Chase Bank Auditorium in downtown Chicago, Mike Pesca. (APPLAUSE) MIKE PESCA, HOST: Thank you, Bill. Thank you. Right now it's time for the WAIT WAIT... DON'T TELL ME Bluff the Listener game, which means - as the title implies - that we need a listener. And you could be that listener. Call 1-888-WAITWAIT to play our game on the air. Hello. You're on WAIT WAIT... DON'T TELL ME. TREVOR CHARON: Oh, it's me. Hi. My name is Trevor Charon, and I'm calling from Minneapolis, Minn. PESCA: What do you do up there - yeah. (APPLAUSE) PESCA: What do you do up there in Minneapolis? CHARON: So much. To pay the bills? (LAUGHTER) PESCA: Yeah. CHARON: I am a multiunit restaurant manager. And then I am also a broadcaster at a
|Panelist QuestionsWVXU / 6 h. 8 min. ago more|
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit BILL KURTIS: From NPR and WBEZ Chicago. This is WAIT WAIT... DON'T TELL ME, the NPR news quiz. I'm Bill Kurtis. We're playing this week with Negin Farsad, Mo Rocca and Tom Bodett. And here again is your host filling in for Peter Sagal at the Chase Bank Auditorium in downtown Chicago, Mike Pesca. (APPLAUSE) MIKE PESCA, HOST: Thank you, Bill. Thank you, Bill. Soon we will be playing the limerick game. If you want in on that, give us a call at 1-888-WAITWAIT. That is 1-888-924-8924. But first, Meghan Markle will soon be married to Prince Harry. And she'll be spending her first Christmas with the queen. We want Meghan to impress her future majesty-in-law. So we're going to play a game about royal Christmas etiquette that we're calling... KURTIS: Yass, Queen (ph). (LAUGHTER, APPLAUSE) PESCA: OK, guys, guess the answer. Get a point. Mo, once a year around Christmas time the palace staff stands in line to receive their gift from the queen. When she hands
|Cincinnati Police share the joy of the holiday season with area children - WLWT CincinnatiGoogle News / 6 h. 11 min. ago more|
WLWT CincinnatiCincinnati Police share the joy of the holiday season with area childrenWLWT CincinnatiSanta got a little help ringing in Christmas from the officers and friends of the Cincinnati Police. Officers joined Santa in welcoming hundreds of boys and girls from throughout the city to District Four headquarters to select Christmas toys and ...
|Bengals place T.J. Johnson on IR, elevate Jarveon Williams from practice squadWXIX / 6 h. 27 min. ago more|
The Cincinnati Bengals have placed backup center T.J. Johnson on Injured Reserve and signed running back Jarveon Williams from the practice squad.
|Trump Administration Reportedly Instructs CDC On Its Own Version Of 7 Dirty WordsWVXU / 7 h. 9 min. ago more|
Updated at 3:34 p.m. ET Trump Administration officials at the Department of Health and Human Services are pushing back on a report saying the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a mandate to no longer use words and phrases including "fetus," "transgender" and "science-based." According to The Washington Post , the directive was delivered to senior CDC officials responsible for overseeing the health agency's budget. The Post broke news of this Friday evening. By Saturday afternoon, HHS, which includes the CDC, issued a statement, calling the existence of a set of banned words a "complete mischaracterization." Spokesperson Matt Lloyd adds: "The assertion that HHS has 'banned words' is a complete mischaracterization of discussions regarding the budget formulation process. HHS will continue to use the best scientific evidence available to improve the health of all Americans. HHS also strongly encourages the use of outcome and evidence data in program evaluations and budget
|After Alabama, abortion may be backseat issue in 2018 racesWXIX / 7 h. 19 min. ago more|
Both Democratic and Republican operatives say abortion may take a backseat to other issues in 2018 now that conservative Alabama has elected a Democrat who supports abortion rights.
|New Austrian Government Will Have A Far-Right TiltWVXU / 7 h. 40 min. ago more|
Austria finalized a deal late Friday to make 31-year-old Sebastian Kurz Europe's youngest leader and to form a new governing coalition that will include a far-right party with Nazi roots. Exactly two months after Austrians went to the polls, Kurz struck a deal to join his conservative Austrian People's Party with the right-wing Freedom Party, led by Heinz-Christian Strache. Strache, who was once arrested for "taking part in a Hitler Youth-style torchlit neo-Nazi rally," according to British newspaper The Telegraph , will serve as vice chancellor and minister for sports and public servants, and his nationalist Freedom Party will have members in several key leadership positions including the interior, defense and foreign ministries. The Austrian People's Party will have seven ministers and one deputy, and the Freedom Party will have five ministers and one deputy, according to the Associated Press. On Saturday morning, left-leaning Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen did not
|She Escaped The Shooter's Bullets In Las Vegas, But Her Mental Scars RemainWVXU / 7 h. 50 min. ago more|
The deadliest mass shooting in modern American history claimed the lives of 58 people, injured 546, and profoundly affected thousands more. Melissa Barham was at the Jason Aldean concert on Oct. 1 when the shooter began his fusillade. She was sitting with her son and his girlfriend. Barham's daughter sat not far away, near the stage. As she tells NPR's Scott Simon, it was only after she spotted a bloody woman being lifted to safety that it became clear the audience was under fire. In the scramble for the exits, Barham sought desperately to be reunited with her daughter; she counts herself lucky to have found her just before leaving the concert area. And more lucky that she and her loved ones escaped physical injury. Barham says she can't shake that day. Being part of a national nightmare makes her feel other stories of national despair all the more keenly. And she has struggled with the lack of a clear explanation why the shooter did what he did, leaving her to be tempted by what she
|Burglar caught by 95-year-old veteran and his daughterWLWT / 8 h. 2 min. ago more|
A career criminal in Wisconsin learned you don't mess with a Marine Corps veteran and his daughter.
|Grigor Dimitrov's Photo is Among the 17 Most Popular For 2017Big News Network.com / 8 h. 16 min. ago more|
Photo of Grigor Dimitrov, on which he holds the trophy from the final Masters in London, is among the 17 most popular for 2017. The ranking is by the US agency Photoshelter, including both sport and
|College basketball rankings: Cincinnati, UCLA brace for crucial Saturday showdown - CBSSports.comGoogle News / 9 h. 42 min. ago more|
CBSSports.comCollege basketball rankings: Cincinnati, UCLA brace for crucial Saturday showdownCBSSports.comCincinnati and UCLA are similar in the sense that both are top-50 KenPom teams with two losses. And each of their losses are to top-40 KenPom teams. And neither has beaten a top-60 KenPom opponent yet. But that last sentence should change Saturday. Why ...
|Holiday gift guide for the music loverCincinnati News / 10 h. 17 min. ago more|
In that spirit of diversity, we have curated a list of music-related items that can't be found at the mall. And there's a goat on the list, too.
|Cabela's Sale Sends Ripples of Anxiety Through Rural Nebraska Town WVXU / 11 h. 22 min. ago more|
In Sidney, Neb., Cabela's corporate headquarters and flagship superstore sit up on a hill like a castle over the prairie. Pretty much everybody in town has deep ties to it. Melissa Norgard got her first job there working in the store's deli when she was 16. "When I was growing up here, no, I never would have ever thought, Cabela's leaving, no," Norgard says. For 50 years, Cabela's has sold fishing rods, guns and ammo and other sporting gear across the U.S., and in the process put the little town of Sidney on the map. Not many small towns could boast they were home to the headquarters of a $4 billion enterprise. But now Cabela's has been sold to its rival Bass Pro Shops in Missouri, and the folks in Sidney are afraid they could become another struggling small town. Layoffs and "for sale" signs Norgard, 35, is one of Sidney's many hometown success stories, in part thanks to Cabela's. After that first deli job, she moved on to jobs in customer service and worked in the company's retail
|Precious photos show Santa visiting infants at Ohio hospitalBig News Network.com / 11 h. 37 min. ago more|
At Akron Children's Hospital, 66 families received a special visit from St. Nick, who held the infants and chatted with the babies' older siblings,...
|Dayton skyline changes with tower removalBig News Network.com / 11 h. 38 min. ago more|
The Dayton skyline changed a bit this week when workers removed a large microwave tower from AT&T's 10-story downtown building.The 65-foot steel tower stood for more than a half cen
|Trump defends tax plan, proclaims economy set 'to rock'WXIX / 16 h. 9 min. ago more|
Republicans working to execute their first major legislative achievement of Donald Trump's presidency appear to have secured the votes to pass a massive tax overhaul that Trump hoped to present to the American people for Christmas.
|Target teams up with Dayton brothers' Askov Finlayson on 'North' collectionBig News Network.com / 17 h. 25 min. ago more|
MORE THAN HATS: The "North" brand started by Eric and Andrew Dayton will expand to new clothes and wares during a limited run at Twin Cities Target stores next month....
|Harker's choice: football - or family?Cincinnati News / 20 h. 11 min. ago more|
In a twist on the parenting-versus-career dilemmas facing many American women, the former athletic conditioning director at Miami University claims in a lawsuit that he was forced out of his job for taking paternity leave when his wife had twins. The suit was filed in federal court in Cincinnati by Paul Harker, who was Miami's athletic conditioning coach for six years until his departure in June.
|Man accused of shooting 2 co-workers pleads not guiltyCincinnati News / 22 h. 46 min. ago more|
A man accused of shooting and injuring two co-workers at a McDonald's restaurant in suburban Cincinnati has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder charges. Twenty-year-old Zachary Allart pleaded not guilty Friday in Hamilton County Municipal Court.
|Cool home: Lots to see inside and out of Prospect Hill homeCincinnati News / 22 h. 46 min. ago more|
Prospect Hill's renaissance is continuing with new construction. homes. Richard Cook and Martin Wagner invite us in to see the view and how they incorporated local craftsman into the design.
|Enquirer/Cincinnati.com athletes of the week for Dec. 15, 2017 - Cincinnati.comGoogle News / 1 d. 0 h. 40 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.comEnquirer/Cincinnati.com athletes of the week for Dec. 15, 2017Cincinnati.comIn a vote that ended Dec. 15, Cincinnati.com readers cast more than 41,000 votes for this week's Cincinnati Enquirer athlete of the week winners. Related: Enquirer high school athlete of the week winners, Dec. 8. Players of the week, Dec. 5-10, by ...
|commentsCincinnati News / 1 d. 1 h. 33 min. ago more|
Summa Health has entered into a joint venture with Alternate Solutions Health Care Network of Dayton to increase efficiency and streamline patient care outside of the hospital. The move allows Akron-based Summa Health to reorganize its Summa Health at Home and Summa Hospice departments.
|No. 25 Cincinnati heads west to visit UCLABig News Network.com / 1 d. 1 h. 40 min. ago more|
LOS ANGELES -- UCLA returns home to Pauley Pavilion on Saturday, one week removed from a tough road loss and seeking a marquee win against No. 25 Cincinnati. The Bruins (7-2) saw a 15-point second-ha
|Facebook: Social media scrolling can make you feel badWXIX / 1 d. 1 h. 46 min. ago more|
It's not quite like tobacco companies warning about the dangers of smoking, but Facebook is acknowledging something many already know: Passively scrolling through social media can make you feel bad.
|P&G names Peltz to boardBizjournals.com / 1 d. 1 h. 47 min. ago more|
Procter & Gamble Co. revealed Friday after the stock market closed that it has appointed activist investor Nelson Peltz to its board of directors – even though he didn’t win election to a seat in the biggest proxy battle in the history of a public company. Peltz, the CEO of Trian Fund Management, will take a seat on the board of the Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods such as Tide detergent (NYSE: PG) on March 1. David Taylor, CEO of P&G and chairman of the board, said Peltz had agreed…
|Springer: Covington Catholic exhibits Bluegrass superiority - Cincinnati.comGoogle News / 1 d. 3 h. 28 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.comSpringer: Covington Catholic exhibits Bluegrass superiorityCincinnati.com12 made a clear statement: The most dominant athletic high school in Greater Cincinnati sits in Park Hills, Kentucky. Not only did the top team in Northern Kentucky defeat Cincinnati's No. 1 Moeller, the Colonels earned their rightful place at the top ...
|FC Cincinnati to play in 2018 Sun Cup - Cincinnati.comGoogle News / 1 d. 3 h. 57 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.comFC Cincinnati to play in 2018 Sun CupCincinnati.comFutbol Club Cincinnati will play in the preseason Sun Cup once again in 2018, one of its opponents announced Friday afternoon. Major League Soccer side New England Revolution revealed it will participate in the competition along with FC Cincinnati and ...FC Cincinnati will have to build a Major League Soccer-caliber ...WCPOThis ringing Wambach endorsement may comfort FC Cincinnati fans waiting on MLS decisionWXIXall 70 news articles »
|These are Greater Cincinnati’s top-selling neighborhoods of 2017: SLIDESHOWBizjournals.com / 1 d. 4 h. 31 min. ago more|
Home sales in Greater Cincinnati are just slightly behind 2016, even as the market continues to deal with historically low inventory. For the 15 neighborhoods with the most sales through the first 10 months of 2017, there were 8,436 sales, according to information provided by MLS of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky MLS Inc. That’s down 1.5 percent from the top-selling areas of 2016. In Northern Kentucky, home sales through October were up more than 1.9 percent from 2016. In Southwest…
|Good Samaritan Hospital first in Ohio to earn cardiac designationBizjournals.com / 1 d. 4 h. 39 min. ago more|
Good Samaritan Hospital is the first in Ohio and only the third in the nation to earn a new cardiac certification. Good Samaritan is the first Ohio hospital to earn the Cardiac Valve Replacement Disease Specific Certification from the Joint Commission. The certification is a symbol of quality that involves a rigorous on-site review, which was conducted in October. The Joint Commission, based in Oakbrook Terrace, Ill., sent experts to review compliance with national disease-specific care standards…
|6 Things You Need to Know When Applying for a MortgageCincinnati Magazine / 1 d. 4 h. 46 min. ago more|
Applying for a mortgage can be an intimidating process. Fortunately, there are a few things you can learn that will help make the process much easier. Here are some tips from MainSource Bank that will help get you ready to apply for your mortgage: The Process When you apply for a mortgage with MainSource Bank, you start by filling out the online application. This takes about 20 minutes, and it’s as simple as answering a few questions about the home and your finances. Once you’ve finished the application, a Mortgage Loan Officer will reach out to you, ready to help guide you through any questions or concerns you might have. You will need to work with your Mortgage Loan Officer to collect information needed to…View Original Post
|Here's when 4EG's new bar opens in the former Neons space and what to expectBizjournals.com / 1 d. 4 h. 49 min. ago more|
The operator of some of the biggest bars and venues in Cincinnati is getting ready to open its latest project in an iconic Over-the-Rhine location. Four Entertainment Group (4EG) – the operator of bars including Igby's, Lachey's, the Lackman, Low Spark, the Stretch and the Vestry – is opening Rosedale in the former Famous Neons Unplugged space at 208 E. 12th St. on Dec. 23. Managing partner Bob Deck previously told me that he wants the space to serve as Over-the-Rhine's backyard. Deck said…
|Cozart signs deal, leaves Cincinnati RedsBizjournals.com / 1 d. 5 h. 1 min. ago more|
Cincinnati Reds shortstop Zack Cozart has signed a deal with a new team for the 2018 season. The Los Angeles Angels announced via Twitter on Friday that Cozart signed a three-year contract with the team. According to MLB on Fox reporter Ken Rosenthal, Cozart signed a three-year deal worth $38 million to play third base for the franchise. Cozart was the fourth-highest-paid Reds player in 2017 with a salary of $5.3 million. He was on a one-year contract and granted free agency on Nov. 2. Cozart…
|EXCLUSIVE: Frost Brown Todd's first CEO passes the torchBizjournals.com / 1 d. 5 h. 34 min. ago more|
George Yund, who served as the first CEO of one of Cincinnati's largest law firms, is passing the role on to a new leader who will take over Frost Brown Todd on Jan. 1, 2018.
|Construction starting on Covington’s next condo projectBizjournals.com / 1 d. 6 h. 46 min. ago more|
Orleans Development is preparing to start construction of its next condominium development in Covington.
|In 1917, 42nd Division Guard Soldiers celebrated Christmas, then faced 'Valley Forge Hike'Big News Network.com / 1 d. 6 h. 51 min. ago more|
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.-- In December of 1917 the National Guard Soldiers of the 42nd Division were all in France, waiting for training in the trench warfare that marked World War I in Europe.
|Major Walnut Hills project gets final approvalBizjournals.com / 1 d. 7 h. 12 min. ago more|
The Cincinnati Planning Commission gave unanimous final approval on Friday to the Firehouse Row development in Walnut Hills, clearing the way for the $13 million mixed-use project by Indianapolis-based Milhaus Development to begin construction. Commissioners voted unanimously for the final development plan. “We’re excited to be a part of the revitalization of this neighborhood,” said Greg Martin, Milhaus’ co-founder and vice president for development. The market-rate project will add…
|St. Xavier High School names new presidentBizjournals.com / 1 d. 7 h. 45 min. ago more|
Ohio's largest private school has named a new top leader – and it didn’t have to go far to find him. St. Xavier High School in Springfield Township, an all-male, college-prep school that is highly regarded for its academic and athletic programs, announced Friday that Tim Reilly, principal at St. Ignatius Loyola School in Monfort Heights, will succeed Father Timothy Howe as president, effective July 1, 2018. The announcement follows a nationwide search that began in May. “As we began the…
|Our history: More Christmas songs have Cincinnati connections - Cincinnati.comGoogle News / 1 d. 7 h. 50 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.comOur history: More Christmas songs have Cincinnati connectionsCincinnati.com“You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” – Thurl Ravenscroft (1966): This wonderfully churlish song from “Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas” television special has lyrics by Dr. Seuss with music by composer Albert Hague, a University of Cincinnati ...
|Guest TML: Best and worst from 2017 in Cincinnati sports - Cincinnati.com (blog)Google News / 1 d. 7 h. 57 min. ago more|
Cincinnati.com (blog)Guest TML: Best and worst from 2017 in Cincinnati sportsCincinnati.com (blog)Best Cincinnati Sports Moment. Even with a dearth of candidates, the best moment by far was the FC Cincinnati victory against the MLS Chicago Fire in the Lamar Hunt Cup quarter-final. With Mitch Hildebrandt blocking 3 penalty kicks including the final ...
|Americans pessimistic about Trump, country: AP-NORC PollWXIX / 1 d. 9 h. 10 min. ago more|
Americans are painting a pessimistic view of the country and President Donald Trump as 2017 comes to a close.
|P&G evaluates USA Gymnastics sponsorship after sexual abuse allegationsBizjournals.com / 1 d. 9 h. 22 min. ago more|
Procter & Gamble Co. has been a major sponsor of USA Gymnastics for nearly 10 years, but that partnership could be coming to an end. The Cincinnati-based consumer goods maker (NYSE: PG) has said it will take a closer look at its sponsorship deal after former team doctor Larry Nassar pleaded guilty in a Michigan court to seven counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct last month. Olympic champions Aly Raisman and Gabby Douglas are among the athletes who have said they were sexually abused by…
|Reds trade Rule 5 pick Keller to RoyalsCincinnati News / 1 d. 11 h. 53 min. ago more|
During the Rule 5 Draft on Thursday, the Reds selected right-handed pitcher Brad Keller from the D-backs and quickly flipped him in a trade to the Royals for a player to be named later or cash considerations. Keller pitched for Arizona's Double-A club in 2017 and had a 4.68 ERA in 26 starts.
|Blue Jackets recover after blowing lead, KO IslesBig News Network.com / 1 d. 21 h. 18 min. ago more|
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Columbus Blue Jackets gave away a three-goal lead but recovered by scoring twice in the second period and holding on for a 6-4 victory over the New York Islanders on Thursday nig
|Xavier aims for 5th straight win vs. East Tennessee StateBig News Network.com / 1 d. 21 h. 40 min. ago more|
CINCINNATI -- The 10th-ranked Xavier Musketeers had the week off for semester exams, coming off a highly successful two weeks with four straight victories, including wins over then-No. 16 Baylor and N
|Who Will Be Coaching the Bengals Next Year?Cincinnati Magazine / 2 d. 2 h. 4 min. ago more|
Embed from Getty Images Marvin Lewis’s lame duck status as head coach has been a background storyline in Cincinnati all season. It’s had twists and turns, but the feeling has always been that barring some unforeseen postseason run, this would be Marvin’s swan song on the Bengals sideline. After the left-right combo of the Monday night Steelers gag-o-rama and Sunday’s debacle against the Bears (the 33-7 drilling at home ranks with the worst efforts of the Lewis Era), the fact that there will be a coaching change now seems a fait accompli. That we are even discussing a coach without a postseason victory in 15 years at the helm is looking-glass stuff, but that’s the way it goes in BengaLand. So let’s go…View Original Post
|Matthew 25: Ministries Is a Disaster Relief PowerhouseCincinnati Magazine / 2 d. 7 h. 4 min. ago more|
“Get out now or get to higher ground.” Corpus Christi Mayor Joe McComb’s words came Thursday, August 24, as every social media platform and cable news channel in the nation began plastering screens with radar images of an ominous mass swirling over the Gulf of Mexico, just off the Texas coastline. Hurricane Harvey was moving rapidly toward land, carrying with it catastrophic rain, life-threatening floods, and devastation. In a matter of hours, coastal Texas grocery store shelves were plucked virtually bare. Residents, plagued by predictions of 12-foot-high storm walls and up to three feet of accumulated rain, drove as far as Houston in search of bottled water. That same day, 1,357 miles away in Cincinnati, sun beamed from a crystal clear blue sky. But in…View Original Post
|Blogger credited for helping solve 37-year-old cold case murderWLWT / 2 d. 7 h. 55 min. ago more|
Police opened up cold case after interested was gained in the death of a 14-year-old girl
|Cranley moves to oust park board member; council members disagreeCincinnati News / 2 d. 14 h. 31 min. ago more|
Mayor John Cranley is attempting to replace Dianne Rosenberg , the chair of the Cincinnati Board of Park Commissioners, in a move drawing the objection of Cincinnati City Council members. Cranley reappointed Rosenberg and City Council unanimously approved her on Jan. 7, 2015 .
|Noodles and '90s Nostalgia at DopeCincinnati News / 3 d. 2 h. 49 min. ago more|
Move over Stranger Things -induced 1980s nostalgia, because the '90s are where it's at. You can keep your Eggo Waffles, just give me Power Rangers, Heath Ledger, AOL and glitter on every surface.
|Inside the Issue Podcast: December 2017Cincinnati Magazine / 3 d. 3 h. 17 min. ago more|
Go behind the scenes of our December 2017 issue. We talk with Editor-in-Chief John Fox about our annual Best of the City cover package (and why a now-former FC Cincinnati player graces the cover); chat with freelance writer Lisa Murtha about her feature on Matthew 25: Ministries; and then your host explains why he wrote a story about an injured Bengals player, before hearing his discussion with rookie wide receiver John Ross from his suburban home. Basically, it’s a crash course on how print deadlines can make magazine editors look stupid! Download, rate, and review us on iTunes and Stitcher. It’s free!View Original Post
|Northstar Café Is Liberty Center’s Local Breakfast HookupCincinnati Magazine / 3 d. 4 h. 6 min. ago more|
→ Whether you loathe driving beyond the 275 loop or live there, walking into Liberty Center’s Northstar Café feels like you were transported somewhere that is not one minute off of I-75 in West Chester. In Northstar’s first outpost beyond the Greater Columbus area, the space itself reflects the ethos of the food: warm and comfortable, but still modern and fresh. The dinner and cocktail menus are fab, as is the large bar. But what we’re still dreaming about is the breakfast. Take for instance the mushroom frittata, made with the meatiest of mushrooms, caramelized sweet onions, and Gruyère cheese, for which we lack a more appropriate descriptor than “stupidly good.” The portions are no joke—that frittata comes with breakfast potatoes and a dense, perfectly…View Original Post
|Minnesota Lt. Governor Tina Smith Named to Fill US Senate SeatBig News Network.com / 3 d. 6 h. 18 min. ago more|
Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith, a Democrat, was named Wednesday to fill the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Al Franken in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations leveled by several women
|Eats21213Lost In Supermarket HB2Cincinnati News / 3 d. 7 h. 2 min. ago more|
I am not vegan. I tried to be, for one month. It was the grumpiest I have ever been in my life.
|Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith Named to Fill Franken SeatBig News Network.com / 3 d. 7 h. 19 min. ago more|
ST. PAUL, MINN. - Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton appointed Lt. Gov. Tina Smith on Wednesday to replace Sen. Al Franken until a special election in November, setting up his long-time and trusted adviser f
|The Origin of Milton’s Winter Solstice Tomfoolery ExtravaganzaCincinnati Magazine / 3 d. 7 h. 24 min. ago more|
→ The word nonsense comes up a lot when Milton’s The Prospect Hill Tavern owner Kevin Feldman describes the bar’s annual Winter Solstice festivities. And while this city has its share of weird drinking-related holidays (you’ve been to Bockfest, yeah?), this one wins the prize. Specifically, a goat head scepter prize. Here, Feldman talks origin story, the Ancients, and that goat. How’d it all get started? When Hurricane Ike hit [in 2008], we were down watching the fire [that started in OTR] at Grammer’s, and someone said Hey, the steeple down at 15th and Race just came down. So two of my friends and I went down to what is now Taft’s Ale House. We started to grab it, and the one plainclothes cop there’s…View Original Post
|Dr. Know: Unnatural Foods, Rules of the Road, and the History of Happy HolidaysCincinnati Magazine / 3 d. 7 h. 41 min. ago more|
The Kroger at Surrey Square Mall has an attractive natural foods section. A while back, though, they moved things around without updating the signs. The shelf labeled Soda contains energy bars. Fitness displays chocolate milk. It’s been this way for more than a year. Am I the only person who’s noticed? —UNDER A BAD SIGN Dear Bad: From time to time it becomes necessary for the Doctor to remind readers that he is not a muckraking investigative reporter. Scandal, be it as minor as government embezzling or as massive as grocery-shelf mislabeling, is best directed to those who are “on your side” or who insist that team is spelled with an I. This caper, however, was irresistible. Do not wonder if you are alone in…View Original Post
|Find a One of a Kind Gift at The First Edition Rare BooksCincinnati Magazine / 3 d. 8 h. 42 min. ago more|
There’s something magical about a good book. It’s not just the story inside; it’s the weight, the feel of the pages beneath your fingers, the smell of the paper, and even the thought of the people who have owned it in the past. Ask any book lover in the world, and they’ll tell you the same thing: Books have a certain something you can’t find anywhere else. It’s precisely this literary je ne sais quoi that makes a book—particularly an especially rare or important book—an incredible gift. Giving someone a rare or first edition book is a present of many parts. You’re giving them the story within the pages, as well as the story of the book itself: its life and history before it reaches…View Original Post
|A Ctv1206Girlfriend ExperienceCincinnati News / 3 d. 11 h. 34 min. ago more|
The TV series "The Girlfriend Experience," based on a 2009 Steven Soderbergh movie, follows an anthology format for its new season at Starz Like so many movies of late, Steven Soderbergh's 2009 film The Girlfriend Experience has gotten the TV treatment, swapping adult film star Sasha Grey for indie darling Riley Keough. Where the film offered a straightforward look at the life of an experienced high-end escort, the series followed a law firm intern who tiptoes into the profession as a way to pay off her college loan debt, getting more and more wrapped up in the complexities of sex work.
|AC31213Art And Ee Art Smadar Barnea Alan BrownCincinnati News / 3 d. 15 h. 47 min. ago more|
A current exhibit at the Skirball Museum explores the re-arting process as part of its celebration of Israel's 70th anniversary An exhibition currently at the Cincinnati Skirball Museum explores artists' relationships to Israel through the act of "re-arting" - or manipulating - each other's work. Five artists from Cincinnati and five from Netanya, Israel collaborated on Re-Art: The Many Faces of Israel , an interactive exhibit that celebrates 70 years of Israeli independence.
|Thinking Globally at Saint Ursula AcademyCincinnati Magazine / 4 d. 4 h. 53 min. ago more|
Saint Ursula Academy has always prided itself on its mission: “Educating students to become women of faith, integrity and courage committed to ‘building a better world.’” The focus is stronger than just strong academics: Saint Ursula works with students at all levels to help them discover what kind of person they want to be, and what kind of impact they can make on the world around them. This year, Saint Ursula has started several new initiatives that show students how they can make a difference on a global scale. Here’s a look at what they’re doing, and how they show students the value of building a better world. Green Team Recycling and Upcycling Program SUA’s Green Team initiative is a way for every student in…View Original Post
|Top 5 Last-Minute Gift IdeasCincinnati Magazine / 5 d. 5 h. 23 min. ago more|
New Riff Distillery’s Gift Shop is the place to find unique bar accessories and glassware— perfect gifts for a host or hostess. Add in a bottle of Kentucky Wild Gin or OKI Bourbon, and you’ll be getting an invite to every holiday party on the block. New Riff Distillery, Newport, (859) 261-7433, newriffdistilling.com Treat your favorite family to a year of fun and educational experiences with a season pass to the Cincinnati Museum Center. Although some exhibits are closed for construction now, Union Terminal is set to reopen in its all its restored glory in 2018. Cincinnati Museum Center, 1301 Western Avenue, (513) 287-7000, cincymuseum.org Have a beer-lover in your life? Gift them tickets to the 11th annual Cincy Winter Beerfest. This uber-popular event…View Original Post
|Shop Madeira for the HolidaysCincinnati Magazine / 5 d. 7 h. 37 min. ago more|
The one-stop shop nature of the mall may hold some appeal, but anyone who has gone to Kenwood this time of year can tell you it’s not exactly the most pleasant place to be right now. However, just a little southeast of the mall you can find plenty of great shops and services in Madeira. These shops are small and local, so you’re supporting business owners who help your city thrive. Moreover, they carry quality goods and, between them all, you’ll be able to find something for everyone on your list. You may need to drive from store to store on chillier days, but even that won’t be so bad: You’ll get to enjoy views of Madeira’s charm along the way. Here’s a look at…View Original Post
|Living in Cin: Jean Shepherd’s Cincinnati TiesCincinnati Magazine / 8 d. 5 h. 21 min. ago more|
The first time you saw A Christmas Story—the epic saga of Ralphie, the Red Ryder BB gun, and the iconic Leg Lamp—it was probably on a television. The movie’s weak premiere in November 1983 got it shunted to second-tier theaters long before Christmas Day, and it might easily have joined the modern, unrecognizable Netflix titles that make you wonder if your monthly fee is worth it. But instead, slowly and organically, the movie became an eternal American favorite on the small screen. Today, annual 24-hour cable marathons of Ralphie come at you so relentlessly they could put your eye out. I was among those who had originally ignored the film. A few years later when my kids found it in progress on the tube, I…View Original Post
|Six Great Books With A Regional ConnectionCincinnati Magazine / 8 d. 5 h. 32 min. ago more|
1. The Inevitable Collision of Birdie & Bash by Candace Ganger The tragic, hilarious, complicated teenage love story of two southwest Ohio kids who meet briefly at a party and are brought back together by fate, loss, and the local roller skating rink. It’s like a Midwestern Billy Joel song on wheels. 2. Savage Country by Robert Olmstead In his ninth book, Olmstead—author of Coal Black Horse and a professor at Ohio Wesleyan University—revives his stark, dirt-caked vision of American history, this time via a bankrupt widow traversing Indian Territory on a post-Civil War buffalo hunt. 3. Castle of Water by Dane Huckelbridge The third book and debut novel from Huckelbridge, an Ohio native, is a poetic tale of two disparate strangers who find themselves…View Original Post
|Tracking Cincinnati Streetcar’s SuccessCincinnati Magazine / 8 d. 5 h. 41 min. ago more|
Roughly 15 months since its maiden voyage in September 2016, the Cincinnati Bell Connector hasn’t measured up to expectations. Ridership predictions for the current fiscal year (July 2017–June 2018) were cut way down from last year’s goals. Timing and efficiency measurables are a constant struggle. Budget questions still abound. While similar rail transit in comparable cities—Kansas City, for example—is booming, why is our streetcar lagging behind? Is it a matter of lowering our expectations, or will the Midwestern stubbornness that held it back for so long become the thing that keeps it moving forward? Paul Grether, director of rail services for Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA), is the man charged with ensuring the streetcar runs smoothly. But his biggest challenge is another kind of…View Original Post
|5 gross things that happen when you don't change your toothbrushWLWT / 16 d. 7 h. 8 min. ago more|
When was the last time you switched your toothbrush out?
|Biracial boy allegedly hanged by group of teens gets big birthday surpriseWLWT / 65 d. 23 h. 32 min. ago more|
Last month, Quincy's family said a group of teenagers nearly hanged him in what they're calling a racially motivated crime.