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10:16 am
Mon July 22, 2013

Mitch McConnell to have primary challenge

Matt Bevin
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Matt Bevin, a Louisville businessman with support from Kentucky tea party activists, plans to challenge Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell in the 2014 GOP Senate primary.

Bevin, a partner in a hedge fund group, plans to make his announcement at the Kentucky statehouse in Frankfort Wednesday morning; and go on to campaign stops in Newport and Louisville later in the day.

Challenging an incumbent U.S. Senator is always difficult; and McConnell already has $10 million in his campaign account and the support of a Super PAC called Kentuckians for strong leadership.

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Howard Wilkinson Chat
8:53 am
Mon July 22, 2013

Howard Wilkinson sorts through the Peter Beck Case

Howard Wilkinson
Michael Keating

This week Howard Wilkinson talks about the indictment of State Representative Peter Beck and the role he played in the Statehouse. 

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Sumatran Rhino
7:27 am
Mon July 22, 2013

Endangered Rhino returns to Cincinnati Zoo to breed with his sister

Harapan in Cincinnati
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Only two Sumatran rhinos are left on the north American Continent and both are now at the Cincinnati Zoo.  Harapan a six year old male who was born at the Cincinnati Zoo and was most recently at the Los Angeles Zoo has returned to be bred with his sister nine year old Suci. 

supercomputers
4:48 am
Mon July 22, 2013

WPAFB gets fast computer. REALLY fast

"Spirit" isn't much to look at, but it's really fast.
Credit 88th Air Base Wing, WPAFB

Are you in the market for a new computer? Wright Patterson Air Force Base is now home to a $25 million supercomputer.

Named "Spirit" the computer is the 14th fastest in the world according to Top500.org. It can complete 1500 trillion calculations per second, making it the 7th fastest computer in the United States.

So how does that stack-up to your personal computer? It's about 36,000 times more powerful.

The base is holding a ribbon cutting Monday morning.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun July 21, 2013

Looks like Ohio Dems will do without Cordray in 2014

Ohio Democrats who were hoping that Richard Cordray, the former state treasurer and attorney general, might rush in on a white horse, with a hardy “Heigh Ho Silver”  and save the day in the 2014 Ohio governor’s race, may as well move along.


There’s nothing to see here.

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