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WVXU "Do" List: The Weekend Of Rock Operas

Stop staring at the bricks in your wall and get out already—there's plenty to do.

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Attorneys representing the West Dayton Clergy Community Coalition group announced Monday the United States Department of Health and Human Services has opened an investigation into the planned closure of Good Samaritan Hospital. Attorney Ellis Jacobs with Able Law says the agency has also asked to meet with Premier Health Partnership officials within the next five days.

Ohioans who want to learn new job skills will soon have the chance to do that through the state’s public libraries.

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Let's play a little bit of the game show Jeopardy! today.

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The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) will decide July 25 at 9 a.m. in a special meeting whether to put a sales tax levy on the Hamilton County ballot and in what amount.

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In a grassy field under the hot sun at the Lebanon Sports Complex, players from a Spanish team take on their Japanese challengers in The World Ultimate Club Championships, a combination of soccer, football and basketball played with a disc. The event—which has 128 teams from 36 countries competing—is expected to generate $4 million dollars in economic impact for Warren County this week. 

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Amid widespread criticism over President Trump’s summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Sen. Rand Paul has rushed to the president’s defense, saying that his detractors are "deranged."

The timing of Gov. John Kasich’s executive order for more urgent protection of Lake Erie from agricultural runoff may be especially bad for Ohio farmers.

Ohio EPA Helps Homeowners Fix Their Crappy Septic Tanks

Jul 17, 2018

Before Deborah Leonard finally replaced her septic tank, it was 100 years old and causing a flood of problems.

A legendary Ohio Olympian will be honored tomorrow.

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FC Cincinnati is going with the local office of a worldwide company to draft its new branding as it prepares to enter Major League Soccer next year.

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