Howard Wilkinson discussing the week in politics for 10/15/2012.
The Cincinnati Zoo will begin a massive project later this year. It plans to assess the health of all of its rare plant species stored in liquid nitrogen.
Ohio, you may make history on the night of Nov. 6.
You may elect a new president without giving him your 18 electoral votes.
Consider this rather remarkable truism of American political history:
No Republican presidential candidate – going all the way back to the first Republican president, Abraham Lincoln in 1860 – has won the White House without winning Ohio.
Mitt Romney could be the first.
This is not to say he will lose Ohio; he may, in fact, win the Buckeye State.
The Cincinnati Zoo is celebrating its new baby giraffe. The 150-pound female calf was born at 8:20 Friday morning.
The process of converting McMillan and William Howard Taft to two-way traffic in Walnut Hills begins this weekend.
Cincinnati transportation officials and neighborhood leaders have been working for a year on the plan to change both streets between I-71 and Victory Parkway.
McMillan Street is scheduled to be repainted and converted to two-way Saturday. The work on Taft is planned for next Saturday.
Clarence Taylor is the President of the Walnut Hills Area Council. He welcomes the return of two-way traffic.