Howard Wilkinson will join Mark Heyne each afternoon this week to talk about what's happening at the Republican National Convention. Today, reaction from supporters of Rob Portman about not being tapped for VP, and Ohio delegates hear from Newt Gingrich:
Kenton County Schools and Fidelity Investments say a partnership they started last year is paying off with higher test scores.
The two created a math mentoring curriculum aimed at using real world investing examples to help seventh grade students understand math concepts and get excited about math.
Northern Kentucky University researcher Kevin Corcoran says he was surprised to learn that, nationally, one third of seventh graders see standardized tests scores drop from the beginning to end of the year.
Cincinnati is expanding its Task Force on Healthy Living to include several organizations. The newest members represent the public schools, the city's parks and recreation departments and the soft drink industry.
Council Member Wendell Young chairs the task force.
The nearly 500 Ohioans who came to Tampa this week for the Republican National Convention had hoped they would be celebrating a victory - having their favorite son, Sen. Rob Portman of Cincinnati - in the second spot on the GOP ticket.
But it was not to be.
And. despite their disappointment, the 66 delegates, 63 alternates and several hundred Ohio guests here are taking it well; and vowing they will let bygones by bygones when it comes to going back home to work for the ticket of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, the Wisconsin congressman chosen over Portman.