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12:00 am
Sun July 21, 2013

Looks like Ohio Dems will do without Cordray in 2014

Ohio Democrats who were hoping that Richard Cordray, the former state treasurer and attorney general, might rush in on a white horse, with a hardy “Heigh Ho Silver”  and save the day in the 2014 Ohio governor’s race, may as well move along.


There’s nothing to see here.

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Transportation
9:00 pm
Sat July 20, 2013

Cincinnati Triathlon to close some city streets

The Cincinnati Triathlon is Sunday morning. That means lots of swimming, running and biking... and street closures downtown.

Here's what you need to know:

The Cincinnati Triathlon will take place on Sunday, July 21, 2013.  Beginning at 6 AM on Sunday, July 21 the following streets will close and remain closed until approximately 12 PM:

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Local News
3:47 pm
Fri July 19, 2013

State Rep. Peter Beck indicted on 16 fraud counts

State Rep. Peter Beck
Ohio House of Representatives website

State Rep. Peter Beck, a Mason Republican, has been indicted by a Hamilton County grand jury on 16 felony counts involving alleged security fraud – charges that could result in a maximum of 102 years  in prisons if convicted on all counts.


And, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said Friday at a press conference with Hamilton County prosecutor Joseph T. Deters, there could well be more charges to come in an “on-going investigation” of Beck’s handling of money of investors in a start-up software company.

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same-sex marriage
2:12 pm
Fri July 19, 2013

Cincinnati lawsuit challenges Ohio's same-sex marriage ban

John Arthur (on stretcher) and Jim Obergefell tie the knot on the tarmac in Maryaland.
Credit Baltimore Sun

Update: U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Black has scheduled a hearing Monday at 1:30 for this case. Attorneys for Jim Obergefell and John Arthur and attorneys from the Ohio Attorney General's Office will present their case.

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Governor
5:52 pm
Thu July 18, 2013

Gov. Kasich: Future bright for Ohio

Governor Kasich spoke to local Chamber of Commerce members at Cincinnati Milacron in Batavia Thursday.
Holly Yurchison WVXU

East-Side Chambers of Commerce are praising Ohio's efforts in making the state a more business friendly place.

Matt Van Sant, President of the Clermont County Chamber, says he's in the economic development business, creating jobs and stimulating the private sector to invest. He was happy to hear Governor Kasich's message that lower taxes seem to be turning what used to be a bad business climate around.

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