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Cincinnati Streetcar
1:08 pm
Mon July 15, 2013

Streetcar opening day set

Credit Jay Hanselman

Cincinnati officials Monday signed a contract for construction work on the city's controversial streetcar system. 

The action means Cincinnati-based Messer Construction and two other firms can proceed with the project.  That includes ordering materials, and beginning track construction, plus the power system, the stations and a maintenance and operation facility located at Race and Henry Streets. 

The city says the system could be ready for passengers on September 15, 2016. 

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Howard Wilkinson's Chat
10:06 am
Mon July 15, 2013

Challenges to many states same sex marriage bans, but not Ohio

Michael Keating

This week Howard Wilkinson talks about the status of Ohio's ban on same sex marriage. 

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Politics
12:00 am
Sun July 14, 2013

Will Ohio reverse course on its gay marriage ban?

Round one in the battle took place in November 2004, when 62 percent of Ohioans voted in favor of a constitutional ban.


Round two could be right around the corner, possibly in November 2014, if FreedomOhio, a pro-gay marriage group, succeeds in getting a new constitutional amendment on the ballot.


FreedomOhio had a good week.

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Cincinnati streetcar
1:42 pm
Fri July 12, 2013

Cincinnati close to awarding streetcar construction contract

Jay Hanselman

Cincinnati's City manager said Friday the city is close to awarding a contract to build the streetcar project.

Milton Dohoney, Jr. said in a memo the streetcar project has sufficient funding to allow it to proceed.

He said city administrators are in the final stages of discussions with a partnership involving Cincinnati-based Messer Construction and Prus/Delta Railroad JV.

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U.S. National Target Championships
11:41 pm
Thu July 11, 2013

National archery competition draws hundreds, including Olympians

Olympic Silver Medalist Jacob Wukie takes aim at the U.S. National Target Championships in Hamilton, Ohio.
Holly Yurchison

They stand in a long line, a sea of pensive faces stretches across a wide green field. Every eye is trained down range at small yellow, red and blue targets.

The giant archery competition being held this weekend at Joyce Park in Hamilton is actually three competitions in one: The U.S. National Target Championships, The U.S. Open and the Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) Nationals. More than 700 people from across the country are competing.

If you want to be nationally ranked, or make it to world or Olympic competition, you must shoot here.

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