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Inside Pitch
11:41 am
Wed February 27, 2013

Fired assistant principal runs for Cincinnati council

WVXU political reporter Howard Wilkinson
Photo by Michael E. Keating

Mike Moroski, the former assistant principal at Purcell Marian High School who was fired this month for saying gays should be allowed to marry, announced his candidacy for Cincinnati City Council on his personal website Wednesday.

Moroski told WVXU this morning that he had originally planned to run in 2017, but his firing from Purcell Marian by the Archodiocese of Cincinnati on Feb. 9 for writing that "gay people SHOULD be allowed to marry" on his blog, hastened his time table.

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Cincinnati Casino
4:00 am
Wed February 27, 2013

Casino Parking and what it will mean to surrounding neighborhoods

Outside the Parking Garage
Sarah Ramsey

The new Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati is expected to attract millions of visitors each year and the majority of them will be driving

So where will all the cars go?  Many will park in the new 2500 space parking structure attached to the casino.  

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Public housing
3:15 pm
Tue February 26, 2013

Cincy council delays vote on opposing Section 8 sale in Avondale

Cincinnati City Hall
Jay Hanselman

Cincinnati officials and Avondale residents will likely have a chance to meet next week with the firm that wants to buy nearly 750 units of HUD-supported Section 8 housing in the neighborhood.  

City Council was scheduled to vote Tuesday on a resolution opposing the sale.  But the item was held because of the planned meeting.  

Kathy Schwab is with the Greater Cincinnati Local Initiatives Support Corporation.

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Cincinnati Casino
1:00 pm
Tue February 26, 2013

Casino sneak peek

The casino features more than 2,000 slots and video poker machines.
Tana Weingartner WVXU

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Transportation projects
12:54 pm
Tue February 26, 2013

Cincinnati could fast-track 71/MLK interchange

Preferred alternative for ramp at I-71 and Martin Luther King Drive
Uptown Access Study website

Cincinnati officials will be meeting with Ohio transportation representatives Wednesday about accelerating the construction of an interchange on I-71 at Martin Luther King Drive.  

That project wasn't scheduled to start until 2018.  But now officials are aiming for work to begin in 2014.  

Making that change could mean the new interchange won't cost as much.  

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