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12:30 pm
Mon November 25, 2013

Quinlivan asks that there be no recount in council race

Laure Quinlivan
Sarah Ramsey

Cincinnati council member Laure Quinlivan told the Hamilton County Board of Elections this morning not to conduct a recount of the 859-vote difference between her and Republican Amy Murray.

Quinlivan, a Democrat who finished 10th and out of the running for one of nine council seats, was entitled to a recount because the difference between her and Murray was less than one-half of one percent.

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Air travel
11:51 am
Mon November 25, 2013

TSA offering new pre-screening program at CVG

TSA Pre-Check sign at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
Jay Hanselman

The busiest travel days of the year are coming up and the Transportation Security Administration is highlighting a program that might make your travel more convenient at the airport.  It is suggesting you sign-up for the TSA Pre-Check program.  

Mark Howell is a TSA spokesperson from Washington and he visited the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Monday morning.

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Politics
8:57 am
Mon November 25, 2013

Howard Wilkinson's weekly political chat

Michael Keating

This week, WVXU Political Reporter Howard Wilkinson talks about Eric Kearney joining Democrat Ed FitzGerald on his gubernatorial ticket.

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Migraines
8:00 am
Mon November 25, 2013

Why your migraine might be worse than someone elses

Migraine sufferers who also deal with allergies and hay fever have more severe headaches than those who do not.

Those are the results of a study released Monday by the researches from three medical centers, including the University of Cincinnati.

Professor of Medicine Vincent Martin says, “We are not sure whether the rhinitis causes the increased frequency of headaches or whether the migraine attacks themselves produce symptoms of rhinitis in these patients. What we can say is if you have these symptoms, you are more likely to have more frequent and disabling headaches.”

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GE
6:00 am
Mon November 25, 2013

EPA fast tracking permits for Ohio business

The Ohio EPA, knowing GE9X engine testing needed quick approval for very complicated permits, worked with GE Aviation to get them.
GE Aviation

Ohio EPA Director Scott Nally, challenged by Governor John Kasich to outcompete neighboring states for jobs and capital, points to a plan his agency used with GE Aviation to fast track permits. What normally could take up to 18 months to approve took just five months. Because it was so successful, the system of using six people instead of two to process the permit may be modeled around the state and nation.

GE Aviation's urgency

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