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James Craig
11:28 am
Thu May 9, 2013

Chief Craig says Detroit decision will come "soon"

Chief James Craig (left) and members of the Butler and Hamilton police departments at a Thursday news conference about a Kentucky Speedway race.
Credit Ann Thompson / WVXU

Cincinnati Police James Craig said Thursday morning he is interested in taking the Detroit Police Chief job if it is offered.


"I'm excited about the probability of going to Detroit and becoming the police chief. I'm very excited about that."


He made those comments at a news conference announce a Kentucky Speedway race with various police and sheriff's departments.


When WVXU asked about a timetable he said he didn't know, but, "I'm sure it is going to happen soon."

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Bicycling
11:10 am
Thu May 9, 2013

Cincinnati adds safety tracking for bicyclists

Local bicyclists now have an easier way to report harassment and collisions.  Cincinnati has added a "Bicyclist Incident" form on its customer service website, 5916000.com.  It's also on the city's mobile app, Cincinnati City Hall Mobile, which is GPS-enabled so cyclists can accurately report their location.  (The app is available through Apple's App Store and Google Play.)

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Local News
2:56 pm
Wed May 8, 2013

NKU undergrads will see tuition hike in 2013-2014

Undergraduate students at Northern Kentucky University who are Kentucky residents will see their tuition increase by 2.7 percent in the 2013-2014 academic year.


Graduate students from Kentucky will see a 9.3 percent tuition hike, while graduate students from Ohio and Indiana will see their tuition go up by 9.4 percent.


NKU’s board of regents approved the increase Wednesday by a unanimous vote. It will mean a $9 per credit hour tuition hike for resident undergraduates. Their tuition will jump from $328 to $337.

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Gospel Mission
1:15 pm
Wed May 8, 2013

Ohio Supreme Court won't hear City Gospel Mission case

Proposed location for City Gospel Mission on Dalton Avenue in Queensgate
Sarah Ramsey

The Ohio Supreme Court has refused to hear a case that will allow the City Gospel Mission to relocate its facility to Queensgate.  The homeless shelter is planning to move from Over-the-Rhine to property located on Dalton Avenue.  

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Nurse staffing shortages
12:01 am
Wed May 8, 2013

Cincinnati Children's study says nurse to patient ratios do matter

Just weeks after Senator Barbara Boxer, D-Calif, proposed federal legislation mandating nurse staffing levels, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is out with a study on the effect of nurse staffing ratios to hospital re-admissions.

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