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11:23 am
Mon November 11, 2013

Burke, Triantafilou turn the tables on voting issues

Tim Burke, Alex Triantafilou
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On Thursday, Nov. 21, the chairmen of the Republican and Democratic parties in Hamilton County will switch roles and argue for the other's position on alleged voter fraud as part of the Beyond Civility series of head-to-head debates.

For the past year, Democrats and Republicans on the Hamilton County Board of Elections have been battling over hundreds of cases of alleged voter fraud.

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Politics
8:59 am
Mon November 11, 2013

Howard Wilkinson talks about 4-year terms and voter apathy

Michael Keating

In his weekly chat, WVXU Political Reporter Howard Wilkinson talks about the recent election, what four year terms will mean to the work council can accomplish and why turnout was so very low.

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VOA Museum
4:55 am
Mon November 11, 2013

CET station manager to become Director of VOA Museum

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Retiring WCET station manager Jack Dominic is going to be the executive director of the National Voice of America (VOA) Museum of Broadcasting in West Chester. 

He will retire in February and begin work at the VOA museum March First. 

Dominic, 67,  joined CET in 1977 and was instrumental in the recent consolidation of CET in Cincinnati and Think T-V in Dayton. 

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Cincinnati Port Authority
4:00 am
Mon November 11, 2013

Port expansion plan on track

This map shows the desired expansion area for the proposed Cincinnati Tri-State Port District. The region would run from river mile 357 to the east to river mile 555.

The Port Authority of Greater Cincinnati is continuing its efforts to expand its statistical boundaries in order to make the region a bigger player in freight commerce.

Brown, Adams, Scioto and Boone counties are already on board with the plan and Hamilton County gave its approval last week.

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Local News
11:00 pm
Sat November 9, 2013

A few thoughts on an election where seven out of 10 didn't vote

Some final thought on the 2013 election, before we move on to the 2014 election (which, of course, is already well underway).

Apathy wins by landslide:  On Dec. 1, John Cranley will be sworn in as Cincinnati’s 69th mayor, along with nine city council members – three of whom are newly-elected.

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