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11:44 am
Mon August 12, 2013

Sen. Brown speaks at FOP convention

Sen. Brown, a long-time union supporter, spoke to the national FOP convention in Cincinnati.
Credit Tana Weingartner / WVXU

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) spoke at the National FOP convention in Cincinnati Monday. He largely focused on the importance of collective bargaining. Click below to hear his remarks.

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Howard Wilkinson's weekly chat
9:03 am
Mon August 12, 2013

Howard Wilkinson explains the Cincinnati Charter Committee

Michael Keating

The Cincinnati Charter Committee has been around since the 1920's.  But its role has changed over the years.  WVXU Political Reporter Howard Wilkinson explains how it got started and evolved. 

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Police
6:00 am
Mon August 12, 2013

Pension, right to work: big topics at FOP convention

Economic Impact

An estimated 3,000 police officers from as far away as Ireland, are in Cincinnati for a convention that begins Monday and continues through Friday. The Convention and Visitors Bureau puts the economic impact at $4.5 million and contracted hotel room nights of more than 15,000 in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

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Police and security
3:06 am
Mon August 12, 2013

Miami U canine team part of Napolitano security detail

Officer Keith Hibbard with his new partner, Canine Figo.
Credit Jeff Sabo / Miami University

Miami University's newest canine officer is part of the security team for Monday's visit by Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano.

Miami's first police dog, Ero, retired earlier this year. His replacement is a 1-1/2 year old Belgian Malinois  named Figo. He and handler, Officer Keith Hibbard are hard at work today helping local and national authorities with the Secretary's appearance at the Fraternal Order of Police National Convention.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun August 11, 2013

Charter's council slate a mixed bag

This is not your parents’ Charter Committee.


Not the staid old political organization, that, back in the 1920's, threw out the corrupt political bosses and instituted Cincinnati’s charter form of government. And who have, through the decades, sat back and scolded Democratic and Republican council members alike for going beyond their role of setting policy and interfering with the professional administrators of the city.


Some people have felt in recent years that Charter lacked relevance, pushed to the back burner of city politics.

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