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Ann Thompson / WVXU

The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) is testing new technology that may be used at the Western and Southern Open next year. It's an iPad loaded with real-time data (from the chair umpire and Hawk-Eye) that coaches may take with them during on-court coaching sessions.

While the technology may seem basic to some, tennis is traditional and slow to change. The men's circuit doesn't allow on-court visits by coaches, so it is not part of this technology roll-out.

It’s hard to say at this early date how Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s quest for the Republican presidential nomination will turn out, but, given the governor’s personal style and political skills, everyone assumed it would be a wild ride.

And it has been just that.

Ann Thompson / WVXU

The California online company iHerb told Northern Kentucky economic development officials that it chose to establish a regional headquarters in Hebron three years ago because of the operations and logistics provided by DHL's superhub. iHerb ships its herbal supplements all over the world.

Frank Henson

Queen City Bike President Frank Henson says streetcar tracks are no different than storm sewer grates or curbs. "(They are) just another infrastructure element on the street that could cause an issue if you are not paying attention."

Update 08/21/15: The Cincinnati Planning Commission has unanimously approved a request to designate the King Records buildings as historic.

Howard Wilkinson / WVXU

Former State Representative Peter Beck, once one of the most powerful legislators in Ohio, was led out of a Hamilton County Common Pleas Courtroom Thursday morning in handcuffs after being sentenced to four years in prison.

Tana Weingartner / WVXU

The lions, tigers and bears are all half-price this weekend. The Cincinnati Zoo is offering half-price admission to Hamilton County residents Friday, Saturday and Sunday (Aug 21-23).

Judge Puts A Deadline On Rowan County Clerk

Aug 19, 2015

A federal judge says Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will have to resume issuing marriage licenses on August 31st unless an appeals court says otherwise according to Kentucky Public Radio Capitol Reporter Ryland Barton.

U.S. District Judge David Bunning ruled last week that Davis had to resume issuing marriage licenses, but Davis immediately requested a stay of the decision while she appealed the case to the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.
 

Provided / Kings Island

The big secret is out. Kings Island is adding a seven-story, six-slide water slide to its Soak City Waterpark.

Hamilton County Sheriff's Department

Former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing will face trial on November 16 on a charge of murder.

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