The family of a Cincinnati man who was Tased and then died last year, has filed suit against the City of North College Hill and one of its police officers.
Attorney Al Garhardstein, representing the family of Corey McGinnis Sr., says Sgt. Ryan Schrand hit McGinnis in the chest after an altercation at a basketball game. Gerhardstein says this happened more than two years after Taser International issued a warning to police to avoid the chest area.
City Manager Milton Dohoney signed the parking lease agreement Tuesday afternoon that will bring a $92 million up-front payment to city coffers, but council may still make some changes to the agreement.
Tuesday, two Cincinnati council members - Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls and Yvette Simpson - were circulating motions asking the city administration to come up with a new plan for use of the $92 million in up-front money from the parking lease agreement.
Lynn J. Good, a native of Fairfield, has been named the new president and chief executive officer of Duke Energy, replacing the retiring Jim Rogers.
She is the first woman to head Duke, the largest electric power company in the U.S.
The 54-year-old Good is currently the Charlotte-based energy company's executive vice president and chief financial officer, positions she has held since July 2009. She joined Cinergy, a Duke predecessor in 2003.
Prior to that, Good worked in senior management and as a partner in Deloitte & Touche and Arthur Anderson.