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Cincinnati baseball
6:45 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

All-Star Game and baseball academy coming to Cincinnati

The Reds mascots gather for the big announcement.

It's a double header for the Cincinnati Reds... the team will host the 2015 All-Star Game and become the first team in the Midwest with a Major League Baseball Urban Youth Academy.

Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig was in the city Wednesday to make both announcements.

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Cincinnati streetcar
3:22 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

Cincinnati Council Member angry about streetcar delays

Jay Hanselman

Cincinnati Council Member Chris Seelbach is telling streetcar supporters on Twitter his patience is beginning to run thin with the project.  

He wrote either city administrators need to get going or they don't.  He asked how many times will the date for operations to start be pushed back.  

The original plan called for streetcars to be running this year.  Now the projected operating date is 2016.  

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Local News
3:19 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

All Star games here provided lasting memories

When Major League Baseball’s All Star Game comes here in 2015, it will be only the fifth time since the “Mid-summer Classic” began in 1933 at Comiskey Park in and the first time since Great American Ball Park opened in 2003.
 

But those previous four All Star games – two at Crosley Field, two at Riverfront Stadium – are forever a part of the lore of the Cincinnati Reds, the first professional baseball team and an organization with a deep and rich history.


Each had its special memories for Reds fans:


1988:

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Law
12:39 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

Settlement reached in UC Taser case

The family of Everette Howard Jr. with attorney Al Gerhardstein
WVXU file photo

The family of a man who died after being tased by a University of Cincinnati police officer has settled its claims with the university and officer Richard Haas.  After Everette Howard Jr. died in August 2011, UC police took all of their Tasers out of service. 

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Arts after school
12:04 am
Wed January 23, 2013

CPS pilots after-school arts program

Hughes Center students pretend they are walking through green Jell-O.
Sarah Ramsey WVXU

Cincinnati Public Schools is piloting an after-school program featuring the arts.  These high energy sessions can't help but keep the kids attention.


This is just the warm-up for the one-hour arts program at Hughes Center. After school, four days a week with alternating artists, kids get to experience something they may not have. On this day it's the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company and actress Jesse Wray Goodman.

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