President Obama's motorcade is on its way to Seasongood Pavilion at Cincinnati's Eden Park, where thousands of supporters have filled the hillside opposite the Cincinnati Art Museum, eagerly awaiting his arrival.
Excerpts of the president's speech make it clear that the president intends to tout his administration's action this morning to file a complaint with the World Trade Organization over what it considers unfair trade practices by China in the export of autos and auto parts.
Mitt Romney's campaign has already called the action "too little, too late."
DHL Express is adding 300 positions as it wraps up its hub expansion at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The logistics company hosts a job fair Tuesday to immediately fill 100 of the new openings. Recruiter Chris Reinersman says the number of employees has been growing since DHL established its U.S. international hub at CVG three years ago:
Just how all-pervasive is this presidential campaign in Ohio, the swing state of all swing states?
Well, we know that the presidential candidates, President Obama and Mitt Romney, are camping out in the state with regularity – Romney at a rally at Lake Erie College in Painesville Friday; Obama on his way to rallies in Cincinnati and Columbus on Monday – but that is only part of the story.
Both Vice President Biden and the Republican nominee for vice president, Paul Ryan, were in Clermont County within days of each other last week.
Christopher Stevens, the former ambassador to Libya killed Tuesday, is being remembered around the world and right here in Cincinnati.
At the busy corner of Clifton and Martin Luther King a group of people, led by the UC Muslim Students Association, gathered to pay tribute to Libyan Ambassador Stevens and anyone who they say stands for peace.
"Honk for peace."
That was Aileen Fraser who started crying when asked why she came to the remembrance which was 40 strong and growing at 4:00.