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Cincinnati Streetcar
11:48 am
Tue November 12, 2013

Streetcar supporters plan open forum; discussing legal options

Construction workers relocating utilities along Elm St. to accomodate the streetcar.
Tana Weingartner WVXU

Over-the-Rhine Community members and business owners are rallying support for the streetcar project in the wake of last week's election. They're calling on the mayor-elect and new council members to keep the streetcar moving forward.

Derek dos Anjos owns a seafood restaurant near the streetcar route.

"I moved here two years ago from New York, NY and I've seen first hand what light rail can do for a city," says dos Anjos. "It would be a big shame if we didn't continue the streetcar. My business is depending on it. Mr. Cranley, please don't do this."

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Diversity and Business
10:00 am
Tue November 12, 2013

Diversity the focus of leadership symposium

Agenda 360 and Vision 2015 are getting ready to roll out programs designed at increasing diversity in Cincinnati's business community.

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Cincinnati council
4:00 am
Tue November 12, 2013

Cincinnati Council back to work this week after election

Jay Hanselman

Cincinnati Council's Budget and Finance Committee holds one of its last scheduled meetings Tuesday before a new mayor and council take office on December 1st.  The group faces a busy agenda since many sessions in September and October were canceled.

The group is expected to approve several incentives packages that will bring new jobs and new housing to the city.  

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Local News
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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