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Ferrari case
2:51 pm
Fri August 23, 2013

Ferrari with Cincinnati ties to be auctioned off in London

The refurbished Ferrari 375 Plus in Italy
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One of the world's rarest race cars, which could be worth as much as $15 million, is scheduled to be auctioned off in London next month, as part of a court settlement. In its time, the Ferrari 375 Plus was the fastest car on the track. The company made only six of them and just four are thought to still exist.

Green Township owner reported it stolen in 1988

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USS Cincinnati
2:10 pm
Fri August 23, 2013

USS Cincinnati to 'dock' in Queen City

Rendering of how the submarine memorial might look.
USS Cincinnati Cold War Memorial Project

A Cold War era submarine named for the Queen City is scheduled to arrive in its namesake this weekend.

Joe Jaap has been working for more than a decade to bring the USS Cincinnati's sail to town in hopes of creating a memorial. The sail is the tower-like structure that sits on top of the sub.

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Transportation
4:13 am
Fri August 23, 2013

More road closures around Banks

Credit The Banks Partnership

More road closures are coming along the riverfront near the Banks and the stadiums.

Here's what you need to know:

Section of Pete Rose Way to close for a series of concrete pours to create Pedestrian Bridge walking surface.

WHAT

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Local News
4:19 pm
Thu August 22, 2013

Field of 22 file for nine Cincinnati City Council seats

A field of 22 candidates filed petitions by Thursday's 4 p.m. deadline to run for nine Cincinnati City Council seats in the Nov. 5 election.

Board of Elections officials said late Thursday afternoon they were still checking the petitions of four of those candidates to see if they have the required 500 valid signatures of Cincinnati voters to qualify for the ballot.

At least one new council member will be elected in November, because Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls is running for mayor.

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Cincinnati Public Schools
1:19 pm
Thu August 22, 2013

New report card standards show rating drops

School district report cards are out from the state and they aren't very complimentary.

Cincinnati Public earned two C's, one D and six F's. CPS isn't alone. Superintendent Mary Ronan says scores are down statewide as everyone transitions to a whole new grading system.

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