Just a week after Dayton announced it will offer paid parental leave to city employees, Cincinnati may be doing the same.

Mayor John Cranley is introducing a proposal that would allow employees to take up to six weeks of paid sick time following a birth or adoption.

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The public event Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton had scheduled for Sept. 10 in Cincinnati has been moved to Columbus, according to a Clinton campaign official.

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Cincinnati Police say the officer who used a Taser on a robbery suspect Monday night followed department policy.

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The events in Rowan County happen amid a close gubernatorial election in Kentucky, and County Clerk Kim Davis’ refusal to issue marriage licenses is among the issues that have entered the campaign.

On Tuesday, Republican nominee Matt Bevin issue a statement criticizing his Democratic opponent, Attorney General Jack Conway, for declining to defend the state’s same-sex marriage law last year in a case that would eventually reach the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Cincinnati Council member Chris Seelbach says he won’t vote to override Mayor John Cranley’s veto of a proposed charter amendment that would allow city council to meet behind closed doors to discuss some issues.

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UPDATE 09/01/15: In a meeting described as low-key, The Gateway Community and Technical College Board of Directors approved the evaluation of President Ed Hughes and sent it to KCTCS President Jay Box.

ORIGINAL POST: The Gateway Community & Technical College Board of Directors will try again Tuesday to evaluate President Ed Hughes.

Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk in Kentucky who has repeatedly refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, lost her bid for a stay Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court denied her application.

As is often the case in such rejections, the decision came without comment: "The application for stay presented to Justice Kagan and by her referred to the Court is denied."

The court's one-line order did not mention whether any justices dissented.

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President Obama’s announcement that Mount McKinley in Alaska will now be called Denali piqued a lot of interest in Ohio – the home state of the president for whom the summit was named nearly a century ago.

Some Cincinnati Council members want more answers after a report last week said the city paid more than $175,000 in late fees because it didn't pay its Duke utility bills on time.  

The city manager says the issues have been corrected.  But that isn't good enough for Council Member Chris Seelbach.

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Cincinnati's police chief told Council's Law and Public Safety Committee Monday about his plans to reassign 24 officers to patrol duties to combat an increase of shootings in the city.  

Chief Jeffrey Blackwell said until recently shootings had decreased.

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