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Air Force
4:28 am
Mon July 29, 2013

Ohio air bases under microscope this week

A C-17 at Wright-Patt AFB.
Credit Michelle Gigante / U.S. Air Force photo

Update 3:36pm - The commission released the following statement:

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Cincinnati Streetcar
4:20 am
Mon July 29, 2013

Streetcar project has new leader

John Deatrick
Credit The Banks website

The man behind Cincinnati's popular Banks development along the riverfront is officially moving on to something a little more challenging.

John Deatrick is taking over the Cincinnati Streetcar as the project executive. Challenging because the project and its funding remain hot-button issues.

Deatrick says he believes Cincinnati needs to repopulate its urban core, not only with people but also goods and services.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun July 28, 2013

Rand Paul walks the tightrope in Kentucky primary

Would you like to hear the good news for Kentucky’s junior senator, Rand Paul, or the not-so-good news first?


Well, we don’t want to be accused of dwelling on the unpleasant, so we’ll start with the good news for Paul.


Paul, who rode the tea party wave to a seat in the U.S. Senate in 2010, is the front runner for the GOP presidential nomination in 2016, according to one recent poll.

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Macy's Music Festival
5:37 pm
Fri July 26, 2013

R&B fans rock out in Cincinnati for Macy's Music Fest

Bootsy Collins

One of the largest music festivals of its kind in the U.S., with roots dating back to 1962, kicks off Friday night at Paul Brown Stadium. The Macy's Music Festival features R&B, jazz, soul and hip-hop. Organizers say most of the nearly 50,000 people attending are coming from out of town. Consequently, downtown hotels are filled.

Macy's Facebook page reports one fan has come all the way from Germany.

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Community development
1:04 pm
Fri July 26, 2013

Meeting Saturday to discuss Westwood business district

City of Cincinnati

Like many Cincinnati neighborhoods, Westwood has been working on plans to revitalize its business district.

Now residents have a chance to share their ideas Saturday during a community meeting.  

John Eby said it’s the culmination of five years of work.

“What we’re asking people to do is to come together as a community and really give us their feedback on their ideas on what should happen within our business district,” Eby said.

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