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Crime
6:28 am
Tue January 1, 2013

Nitrogen Leak in Camp Washington

No injuries after a nitrogen leak at Queen City Steel Treating Co. on Spring Grove Avenue.  The Cincinnati Fire Department reports a Medic Unit discovered the leak after returning from taking a patient to the hospital.  The leak created a vapor cloud that covered Spring Grove Avenue in Camp Washington and nearby residents were evacuated or sheltered on upper floors. 


The Cincinnati Police worked with the Fire Department to isolate the area and allow the nitrogen to evaporate. Spring Grove and nearby streets were closed until 6:00 A.M.

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Local News
4:00 am
Tue January 1, 2013

People to watch in the New Year

Otto Budig
Credit University of Cincinnati

There are people who bear watching in 2013, because of their influence and the impact they will have on the region – whether in politics, government, education, entertainment or the arts. Here are some of them:
 

Otto Budig:

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Politics
8:57 am
Mon December 31, 2012

Howard Wilkinson's political Chat

WVXU Political Reporter Howard Wilkinson talks with Maryanne Zeleznik about what the fiscal cliff talks could mean to House Speaker John Boehner and about some of the many races coming up in elections in 2014.


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Plan ahead for New Year's Eve
4:55 am
Mon December 31, 2012

Care Cab offering safe rides home

Many people will be celebrating the New Year tonight and, as with any party, some will have too much to drink and need a safe ride home. 

MADD and AAA are joining forces again this year to offer Care Cab.  It will provide a free taxi ride home to people who’ve had too much to drink. 

MADD’s Andrea Rehkamp (RAY-camp) says it's important to think before you drink.

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Local News
4:00 am
Mon December 31, 2012

End of the line for bus tokens in Cincinnati

Metro

Metro will sell its last bus tokens today.  They're being replaced by the 10-ride ticket that works with Metro's new fareboxes.

"Metro started selling the paper tickets at the end of November, and so far sales have been very good.  People who have bought them seem to really like them as an alternative," said spokeswoman Sallie Hilvers.  "Of course there are people who really like their tokens; they've been used to them for many years."  

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