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Inside Pitch
9:29 am
Wed December 26, 2012

"Beyond Civility" features Sittenfeld and Wilson

A discussion with Democratic Cincinnati council member P.G. Sittenfeld and Cincinnati Tea Party founder Mike Wilson will be featured at the second of four events sponsored by Beyond Civility, an organization that promotes civil discourse between people on both ends of the political spectrum.

The "Side by Side" series with Sittenfeld and Wilson will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 10 at Hebrew Union College's Mayerson Hall in University Heights.

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Winter weather
6:53 am
Wed December 26, 2012

Winter storm for Tri-State

National Weather Service website (Wilmington, Ohio)

*Update 4:30 pm (From Metro)* All Metro service is operating. Three routes are on detour due to ice and snow (new addition in bold):

  • Rt. 24 Anderson - UC (Liberty Hill)
  • Rt. 31 West End - Evanston Crosstown (Hackberry Loop)
  • Rt. 39 Western Hills - Uptown (Liberty Hill)

Additional detours and delays are possible throughout the Metro service area as it continues to sleet and snow.

For any further updates:

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Sports
4:58 pm
Sun December 23, 2012

Bengals heading to playoffs for second year in a row

Josh Brown, signed to replace injured Bengals kicker Mike Nugent, kicked a 43-yard field goal with four seconds left to give Cincinnati a hard fought 13-10 victory over the Steelers in Pittsburgh.

The win puts the Bengals at 9-6 and secures them a postseason spot for the second straight season.  The Steelers had their playoff hopes dashed.

The Bengals wrap up the regular season next Sunday when they host the Baltimore Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium.

Local News
11:00 pm
Sat December 22, 2012

Wenstrup rises; Schmidt falls

Rep. Jean Schmidt had been living on the edge ever since she was first elected in a special 2nd Congressional District election in 2005.

This year, she fell off the edge.

On January 7, Brad Wenstrup, the podiatrist and Iraq war veteran from Columbia Tusculum who defeated her in last March’s GOP primary, will take over as the congressman from the sprawling district that runs from eastern Hamilton County all the way to Pike and Scioto counties.

For Schmidt, the past eight years was quite a ride.

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UC
4:00 am
Fri December 21, 2012

UC students on location for "end of the world"

Uxmal, an archaeological site. The pyramid is called "Pyramid of the Magician"
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Three dozen University of Cincinnati students are close to ground zero today as the Mayan calendar predicts an end of the world. The UC trip to Yucatan , Mexico, studying U.S. investments and Mexican development, is an annual one and always happens at this time of the year. Adjunct instructor Constance Lardas  and her students know it's not the end of the world.


"But I think they are excited at any rate. They're excited to be going, specifically at this time. We've talked about it in my classes at UC so I know everybody's aware of that."

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