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Trick or Treat
6:47 am
Thu October 31, 2013

Some trick or treating postponed til tomorrow

Because of severe weather a number of area communities are moving trick or treating to a different day.  Here's a link to WCPO's list of trick or treat times.

Trick or Treat List

Economic development
1:32 pm
Wed October 30, 2013

Cincy Council considering plan to bring new jobs to East Walnut Hills

Cincinnati Council will likely approve a parking lease in a few weeks that will allow UC Physicians to bring about 40 new jobs to the city.  

Bill Fisher with the city’s economic development division said the firm wants to consolidate all its administrative functions in one location.  UC Physicians has a building at Madison and Victory Parkway.  

But Fisher said it lacked enough parking.  

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Hamilton County Commission
12:47 pm
Wed October 30, 2013

County to pay $883,000 in legal fees from court battle with Judge Hunter

Hamilton County will pay $883,000 to cover legal fees for Judge Tracie Hunter. That's lower than the $920,514.22 she racked up while suing the Board of Elections and the county's ensuing appeals.

Commission President Chris Monzel says, "We actually got a reduction in the amount based on the promptness of that payment, which helps the taxpayers pay less money. But unfortunately we didn't win the lawsuit and we had to pay."

Fellow Commissioner Todd Portune says the amount is still much higher than it should have been.

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Focus on Technology
11:00 am
Wed October 30, 2013

Crazy, interesting & gross Halloween tech costumes

This is the "iWound" using your smart phone or tablet to animate.with Digital Dudz app.
Mark Rober, Digital Dudz, Morphsuits

Need a last minute idea for a Halloween costume that could light up the party, and in some cases, gross out your friends? Ray Cappel, co-owner of Cappel's, costumes, party decorations & supplies in Cincinnati, says if you know how to accessorize, you can make your costume very unique. He pulled a few technology-related items off the shelf and suggested:

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Cincinnati politics
8:10 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

Mayor Mallory gives final State of City address

Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory giving State of City address on stage at Ensemble Theater in Over-the-Rhine Tuesday evening.
Jay Hanselman

Mayor Mark Mallory, quickly coming to the close of his eight years as Cincinnati mayor, used a combination of serious talk, comedic one-liners, videos and slide shows Tuesday night to make the case that he has helped turned a struggling city around.

Before a crowd of about 200 invited guests on a set dressed like a living room at Over-the-Rhine’s Ensemble Theatre, Mallory talked for an hour and five minutes about the legacy he leaves when he vacates the mayor’s office Dec. 1.

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