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Focus on Technology
2:00 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Cincinnati Childrens is making antibiotics last longer

(from left) Dr. David Haslam and Dr. Josh Courter, members of the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

A computer progam called VigiLanz is Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center's new secret weapon in treating and preventing "superbugs," and consequently making antibiotics last longer.

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Local News
12:50 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Two more indicted for vote fraud in Hamilton County

Two more people were indicted today on charges of illegal voting, bringing the total of indicted voters in Hamilton County to eight.

One of those indicted today - Ellen Elizabeth Duncan of Avondale - was a poll worker at the Urban League offices on Reading Road. She is accused of voting by absentee ballot and in person at last fall's election.

The other, Timothy Merman of Fairfax, is accused of using a Fairfax business address as his residence when voting in 2012. Prosecutors say Merman actually lived in Kentucky at the time.

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Bike lanes
10:30 am
Wed April 23, 2014

A compromise on Central Pkwy bike lanes, but some on Council not supportive

Central Parkway bike lane supporters outside Cincinnati City Hall.
Tana Weingartner

Update 4/23/14 at 10:30 am:

A business owner who's asking the city to modify a plan to install protected bike lanes on Central Parkway is now offering to raise private money to assist with the project.  

Tim Haines wants to preserve on-street parking in front of his building. He's asking council members to support Vice Mayor David Mann's compromise motion introduced Tuesday.  It would take the bike lanes out of the travel lanes on Central Parkway and place them closer to the sidewalk on a separate path between Ravine and Brighton Streets.

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Cincinnati Archdiocese
5:04 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

Archdiocese now has petitions protesting new teacher contract

Demonstrators gather on Fountain Square to pray and sing as they protest the new Catholic teacher contract.
Ann Thompson WVXU

More than 100 people gathered to sing and pray on Fountain Square Tuesday afternoon and then marched to the Cincinnati Archdiocese to turn in petitions protesting the new 2014-2015 contract all teachers at Catholic schools will have to sign.

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Housing
12:48 pm
Tue April 22, 2014

Foreclosures down but problem persists

A foreclosed home sits abandoned in South Cumminsville.
Tana Weingartner WVXU

Working in Neighborhoods' (WIN) annual foreclosure report is out and the numbers are slightly better for 2013.

Completed Sheriff's Sales in Hamilton County dropped 17.5 percent from 2012 and new foreclosure filings fell 24 percent. That's the lowest new filings have been since the housing crisis began.

{Read the full report here.}

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