The movie business is bringing millions to the Tri-State, according to a new study by University of Cincinnati economists.
Carol, Miles Ahead and the A&E television series Renovation Row, all filmed in 2014, were responsible for adding $45.9 million in direct and indirect spending to the local economy. The Economic Impact Study was commissioned by the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Film Commission.
After appearing in a wheel chair last week, Lauren Hill stood on her own Tuesday before a crowd of students at Mount Saint Joseph University. She came to thank them for turning out for her first collegiate basketball game and raising funds for The Cure Starts Now Foundation.
The bill passed by the House Education committee would eliminate the minimum salary requirement and salary schedule for teachers, and instead requires local school districts to come up with their own systems.
Republican Rep. Gerald Stebelton of Lancaster is the chair.
The Constitutional Modernization Commission had looked at various options for improving redistricting, a process that’s generally blamed for creating legislative and congressional districts that favor one party over another.
The panel was very close to bringing a plan forward. But now, two new bills have surfaced. Republican Representative Matt Huffman is the sponsor of these new plans.