News

Pages

Solar
12:04 am
Mon December 10, 2012

Cincinnati solar solution to food problem in India

A solar powered chilling unit

A Cincinnati invention will soon be on its way to India following months of marketing and development.

The product, still in the testing stages, is a 10-foot-long cold storage shed, something badly needed in India where nearly 40 percent of crops spoil before they get to market.

University of Cincinnati business professor Ilsa Hawkins and her students recognized a need for cold storage. They went to Mumbai (Ice Expo) with a brochure and a business plan.

Read more
Local News
11:00 pm
Sat December 8, 2012

Mayor's race a heavyweight bout

At the moment, there are only two announced candidates for Cincinnati mayor in 2013, both Democrats – Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls and former city council member John Cranley.


And they happen to be two of the most popular politicians of  Cincinnati voters in the past two decades.


The only time the two of them were on the ballot together in a Cincinnati City Council race was in 2007.
 

Read more
Sports
6:34 pm
Sat December 8, 2012

UC quickly finds new head coach

Tuberville coached Texas Tech to a 7-5 mark this season. The Red Raiders will play in the 2012 Meineke Car Care Bowl of Texas.
gobearcats.com

One day after Butch Jones resigned to leave for Tennessee, the University of Cincinnati has a new coach.  Texas Tech's Tommy Tuberville was being introduced at a Saturday evening event at Fifth Third Arena as the 41st football head coach at UC.  

Tuberville coached the Red Raiders for 3 years, leading the team to a 20-17 record and two bowl appearances.  In 17 years as a head coach, he holds a 130-77 record.

Read more
Local News
3:46 pm
Fri December 7, 2012

Roebling repaired, weight restriction lifted

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has restored the 11-ton weight limit on the historic Roebling Suspension Bridge.

In October, a routine inspection found some deterioration of one of the beams.  That led KYTC officials to impose a 3-ton weight restriction.

The repairs were finished Thursday.  A final inspection performed Friday determined the bridge could go back to the 11-ton weight limit.

Sports
11:14 am
Fri December 7, 2012

Jones leaving UC for UT

Butch Jones speaking about the Belk Bowl at a news conference earlier this week. He's heading to Knoxville to coach the Vols.

UC football coach Butch Jones  resigned today to take the coaching spot at the University of Tennessee. 

Jones will not coach the Bearcats in their upcoming bowl game against Duke.  UC has named assistant head coach Steve Stripling as interim head coach.  Stripling, a 30-year coaching veteran who joined UC in 2010, will lead the team in the Belk Bowl December 27 if a new head coach isn't hired by then.

UC Athletics Director Whit Babcock said the search for a new coach will begin immediately.  He did not specify a time frame for concluding the search.

Pages