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12:00 am
Sun October 28, 2012

Auto industry bailout - or rescue - driving Ohio race

Ohio is the birthplace of aviation, but automobiles are driving this presidential election in the Buckeye State.


Specifically, the 2009 move by the federal government to save General Motors and Chrysler from going down the drain. The auto industry “bailout,” as the Romney campaign likes to call it. The Obama campaign prefers the term “rescue.”


There is really no way to adequately describe how critical Ohio is to the question Americans will decide in nine days – who will occupy the Oval Office at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue for the next four years.

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Cincinnati Art Museum
4:20 pm
Fri October 26, 2012

Shot at art will take milliseconds Monday

The bullet will travel through the Schmidlapp Gallery Monday
WVXU

Something very unusual will happen at the Cincinnati Art Museum Monday. A sharpshooter will fire his gun past expensive and rare displays. What does the artist have to say about it and why is the museum allowing it?

Native Cincinnatian Todd Pavlisko turned New York artist is returning to do something he's never done before; using a sharpshooter to fire a bullet 90 yards into a brass cube, while he's taking pictures and recording video.

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Cincinnati City Council
1:34 pm
Fri October 26, 2012

Cincinnati considers outsourcing parking

Cincinnati is considering outsourcing its parking operations.

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Inside Pitch
7:36 am
Fri October 26, 2012

Obama returns to Cincinnati Wednesday

President Obama will be back in Cincinnati Wednesday for what the campaign is describing as a "grassroots event."

His opponent, Mitt Romney, was in Cincinnati Thursday; and the president's return to the Buckeye State - and particularly heavily-contested Hamilton County - are indications of how Ohio and its 18 electoral votes are crucial to both candidates.

No details have been released on the Cincinnati visit, but it will be followed later in the day by a campaign event in Akron. Obama appeared at a rally of supporters in Cleveland Thursday.

Brown, Mandel debate
8:22 pm
Thu October 25, 2012

Brown, Mandel slug it out in final debate

Sherrod Brown and Josh Mandel square off Thursday evening at CET in the final of three debates.
Joseph Fuqua II Pool photo

One thing was clear after 60 minutes of the U.S. Senate debate between Democratic incumbent Sherrod Brown and Republican challenger Josh Mandel that was broadcast live on NBC affiliates across the state Thursday night.

And that one thing is that Ohio voters couldn’t have a choice where the differences between the two candidates are pronounced and more profound.

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