Economic growth
1:02 pm
Mon November 24, 2014

New parking garage opens downtown

The offices of dunnhumby USA are still under construction but the parking garage beneath those offices is open.  City leaders cut the ribbon on the 1,000 space garage Monday morning.  Construction on the project at 5th and Race began in January 2013.   

The building includes six floors of parking and three floors of office space, with retail on the ground floor.

The president of PNC Bank, Kay Geiger, calls the project "transformative."

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Local News
10:04 am
Mon November 24, 2014

Cincinnati's new solicitor, economic development director named

Paula Boggs Muething, Oscar Bedolla
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The city of Cincinnati has a new city solicitor, Paula Boggs Muething, and a new trade and  development director, Oscar Bedolla, city manager Harry Black announced Monday.

Boggs Muething is currently general counsel and vice president of community development revitalization at the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority. Before that, she served as a senior assistant city solicitor.

Bedolla has worked in the private sector on large development projects.

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8:13 am
Mon November 24, 2014

Howard Wilkinson's politics chat: The future of the Ohio Democratic Party

Howard Wilkinson

WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson spoke with Maryanne Zeleznik this morning on Hamilton County commissioner Todd Portune weighing in on the selection of a new Ohio Democratic Party chair; and what lies in the party's future after a bad election cycle.

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6:00 am
Mon November 24, 2014

Laser sheds new light on molecules at Miami

Laser beams are key in a number of physics experiments at Miami Unversity as students try to better understand the energy transfer process.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Miami University students are mapping out molecular properties with the help of new ultrafast laser technology to better understand energy transfer for processes in collisions between atoms and molecules.

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4:00 am
Sun November 23, 2014

Portune, spurned by Ohio Democratic Party as governor candidate, has ideas how it can rebuild

Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune had a really bad experience with the Ohio Democratic Party early this year – especially with state party chairman Chris Redfern.

Last December, Portune – the only Democrat on the county commission – started crisscrossing the state in an attempt to build support to run for Ohio governor.

The problem was that Portune started too late – Ed FitzGerald, the Cuyahoga County executive – had been campaigning since early in 2013; and had already wrapped up the party establishment and the endorsement of the state party.

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