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A private equity firm plans to acquire Cincinnati-based Frisch's Restaurant, Inc. for approximately $175 million.

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The focus will be on food this weekend at the 37th annual Taste of Cincinnati. 

Strategies to End Homelessness is celebrating some good news in Hamilton County's homeless numbers. The just released 2014 Community Data Report finds homelessness declined to levels not seen since 2010.

Tana Weingartner / WVXU

A steering committee is working on ways to get all Cincinnati children into early education.  Preschool Promise supporters launched the committee Thursday as the next step in their quest for universal education for 3- and 4-year-olds.

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After the baseball stars of tomorrow leave the field, celebrities and baseball heroes will play softball at Great American Ball Park.  The Cincinnati Reds and Major League Baseball are announcing who will play in the All Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game, July 12, during All Star Week.

Edison Statue Displayed In Columbus, Then Headed To U.S. Capitol

May 21, 2015
Andy Chow / Ohio Public Radio

A major piece of Ohio history has been unveiled in the state’s Ohio’s statehouse before it goes on to Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol.

Bill Rinehart / WVXU

Memorial Hall can sometimes be overshadowed by Music Hall.  But like its larger next-door neighbor in Over-the-Rhine, the performance space is also about to be updated.

Bill Rinehart

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley's veto of the Over-the-Rhine residential parking permit program will stand.  

City Council did not have the six votes needed Wednesday to override it, and it was Council's last opportunity to act.  

Tana Weingartner / WVXU

Third grade students from across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky gathered in Washington Park Wednesday to dance, sing, and enjoy the arts. Here's a brief pictorial essay of the event.

WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson talked with news director Maryanne Zeleznik Wednesday morning  about the Republican primary for Kentucky governor. It  was one of the closest elections in the history of the Commonwealth - Louisville businessman Matt Bevin led Agriculture Commissioner James Comer by a scant 83 votes out of 214,187 votes cast. Comer has asked for a re-canvass of Tuesday's vote; and, if he picks up votes, he could ask for a full recount.

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