You must take the test. That's the ruling from the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission. Cincinnati Police Chief James Craig challenged a requirement that he take Ohio's standard police exam. But Thursday the commission ruled his decades of police work don't exempt him. During an interview with WVXU just hours prior to the decision Craig remained resolute, he won't take it.
A family spokeswoman confirms Neil Armstrong will be buried at sea. However she did not release details about the time and location.
A private service for the first man on the moon was held in Indian Hill last week. On September 13th the public will get a chance to remember Armstrong in Washington. The 10a.m. service will be held at the Washington National Cathedral and will be broadcast on NASA television and streamed on the websites of the space agency and the cathedral. Reservations to attend the memorial are through NASA on a first-come basis.
Cincinnati's Horseshoe Casino is on schedule to open next Spring. General Manager Kevin Kline says you should expect to see something unique.
"I think it's unique in terms of the architecture... the openness. It's unique in terms of having a one acre outdoor space connected to your casino that you can program and activate. And unique in that... look at the community that we're in, you've got Over-the-Rhine, Pendleton and Downtown all within the doorstep."
Sherrod Brown's re-election battle and a cake from the challengers were a couple of the highlights from the Democratic National Convention today. The big event tonight involves Bill Clinton, who's played a role in every Democratic National Cnvention since 1972. Howard Wilkinson speaks with Mark Heyne: