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All the wooden characters are in place. They bob evenly, up and down, as the carousel spins. It won't be long until children's voices will bounce off the glass walls surrounding Carol Ann's Carousel at Smale Riverfront Park.

Installation is complete and crews are finishing the carousel building and surrounding grounds. A ribbon cutting is set for May 16.

Admission will be $2.00 per ride. Ridership cards, good for 100 rides, will be sold for $150.

Hours will be:

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The largest provider of mental health services in Ohio has become the state’s prison system. And the state is hoping to work with advocates in the mental health community to figure out how to deal with that.

Gary Mohr started in the prison system in 1976. He’s now its director. And Mohr says in those almost 40 years, the growth in the number of inmates coming into the system with mental health issues has shocked him.

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A start-up company seeking money from The Brandery in Cincinnati is looking to cash in on the increasing popularity of medical tourism. Medko Health is a finalist in the latest round of Brandery funding.

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The head of Cincinnati's police union says the number of officers working in the city's police districts is bare bones.

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The relationship between the nation's largest supermarket chain and a market researcher is about to become tighter. 

Cincinnati based Kroger and dunnhumby Ltd. are replacing their current joint venture with a new agreement.  The grocery store company will also buy certain assets of dunnhumbyUSA, and operate under the name 84.51° with 500 current dunnhumbyUSA employees in Cincinnati. Those employees will become associates of 84.51°, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Kroger Co.

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