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8:55 am
Mon April 1, 2013

Howard Wilkinson's weekly chat

This week Howard talks baseball with Jay Hanselman.

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Findlay Market parade
5:00 am
Mon April 1, 2013

Hardy Reds fans prepare to line the parade route

2012 Findlay Market Opening Day Parade
Tana Weingartner WVXU

Dress in red, but you'll have to do it in layers, with snow showers and temperatures in the 40's predicted. The cold weather doesn't seem to bother fans, who still line the parade route regardless of the forecast for the 94th annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade. 

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Pete Rose
3:50 am
Mon April 1, 2013

Why "The Hit" and the hitter still fascinate after 28 years

Pete Rose walking on the field in this photo from the mid-1970s.
jvh33 of Flickr from a 35mm slide

Mention Pete Rose and you get mixed reactions.  To some, he's the guy who got kicked out of baseball for life for gambling.  To others, he's a hometown hero who got a raw deal and should be in the National Baseball Hall of Fame for his achievements on the field.

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Local News
12:00 am
Mon April 1, 2013

Opening Day: A celebration of baseball

Marian Spelman sings the National Anthem at the 1962 opener at Crosley Field
Rhodes-Klumpe Collection/Reds Hall of Fame

Somewhere in Great American Ball Park today, there will be many a little boy or little girl, dressed in red from head to toe, bundled up in Reds blanket, watching in awe at his or her first Opening Day.
 

Seeing their heroes play on the green grass – Joey Votto, Brandon Phillips, Jay Bruce and the rest.
 

They will be sitting next to a mother or father, who had their own childhood heroes – the wire-to-wire, World Series champion Reds – thinking of their own childhood heroes – Barry Larkin, Eric Davis, Chris Sabo.

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Local News
12:00 am
Sun March 31, 2013

No Ashley Judd for Senate? No big deal

Ashley Judd, actress and activist, after months of speculation and a lot of conversations with political consultants and pollsters, tweeted out her intentions this week.
 

She will not be a Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2014. The Kentucky Democratic Party will have to find someone else to take on Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell.
 

So much for that. That political bubble burst pretty quickly.

Democratic party leaders in Kentucky did not appear to be shedding any tears.

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