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Inside Pitch
8:20 am
Thu March 7, 2013

Kasich to keynote Hamilton County GOP dinner

WVXU political reporter Howard Wilkinson
Michael E. Keating

Ohio Gov. John Kasich will take a break from selling his budget plan to the state legislature Monday night when he comes to Cincinnati to be the keynote speaker at the Hamilton County Republican Party's annual Lincoln-Reagan Day dinner.

The dinner and program begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Junior Ballroom of the Duke Energy Convention Center downtown, with the governor making his speech a half hour later.

The Lincoln-Reagan Day dinner is one of the party's major fundraising events of the year. This year, ticket prices begin at $75 for individuals and $750 for a table of 10.

City parking
5:04 pm
Wed March 6, 2013

Cincinnati Council approves parking plan; opponents file restraining order

Cincinnati's controversial plan to lease most of its parking facilities is now moving to a courtroom. 

A Hamilton County judge has issued a temporary restraining order stopping the plan and has set a hearing for March 15th. Read the full complaint.

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Re-entry program
2:19 pm
Wed March 6, 2013

Program will help people rebuild lives, find work after jail

Credit Hamilton County

Hamilton County is ready to launch a program aimed at helping ex-convicts re-enter society.

The idea is to reduce the number of people who end up back in jail.

Commissioner Greg Hartmann calls the Hamilton County Community Re-entry Action Plan revolutionary.

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weather
9:41 am
Wed March 6, 2013

Snow Pictures

walking dogs in the snow
Sarah Ramsey

The snow overnight caused many accidents and a number of schools to be closed or delayed, but it also provides many pretty pictures.  WVXU intern Sarah Ramsey took a look around.

MSD
5:28 pm
Tue March 5, 2013

Keeping a lid on sewer costs

MSD has a new computerized tool to keep track of costs and prioritize projects
Credit Tana Weingartner / WVXU

The EPA says every year 14 billion gallons of wastewater is dumped into the Mill Creek. This is because  Cincinnati's sewer system is too old to handle the stormwater runoff and it mixes with sewage in one series of pipes.

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