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12:00 am
Sun June 1, 2014

Would Rob Portman take a chance on running for president?

On the evening of May 16, in Grand Ballroom A of the Duke Energy Convention Center, about 600 local Republicans gathered for the Hamilton County Republican Party’s annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner.

Many of those in the record-breaking crowd were there to see and hear the keynote speaker, one of the hottest commodities in the still very early battle for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination – Rand Paul, the junior senator from Kentucky.

Some of the people in that room support Paul’s candidacy.

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Cincinnati VA
5:07 pm
Fri May 30, 2014

Cincinnati VA has more resources to diagnose and treat veterans

(from left) Clermont County Commissioner Bob Proud, VA Regional Director Jack Hetrick, Cincinnati VA Director Linda Smith, and head of radiology Dr. Ajay Malhotra cut the ribbon on an expanded radiology center.
Cincinnati VA Medical Center

The new equipment at Cincinnati's VA Medical Center, costing millions of dollars, is an expansion of the radiology department. The latest CT Scanner features faster imaging and less radiation, and an MRI comes complete with a more powerful magnet. The Interventional Radiology Room uses three dimensional tools.

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Local News
3:36 pm
Fri May 30, 2014

After recount, Middletown school levy still passes

Butler County election officials held a recount Friday of a $65 million tax levy and bond issue for Middletown schools and the results remained the same - the issue passed by 22 votes out of about 5,900 cast.

Monday, Hamilton County Board of election officials will conduct a recount on a $2 million Colerain Township police levy that passed in the official count by 11 votes.

Automatic recounts are required when the results of a candidate race or ballot issue are within one half of one percent.

Cincinnati Cyclones
12:36 pm
Fri May 30, 2014

Cyclones go for the Cup

Assistant Coach Matt Macdonald is holding the Kelly Cup when the Cyclones won it in 2008.
Cincinnati Cyclones

The Cincinnati Cyclones are preparing for game 1 in the Kelly Cup-- the championship series of the ECHL-- tonight against the Alaska Aces.  

To get to the Kelly Cup finals Cincinnati had to beat the Greenville, South Carolina Road Warriors. Game six, the final playoff game was a close one.

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Metropolitan Sewer District
9:17 am
Fri May 30, 2014

City responds to county MSD allegations

The City of Cincinnati is objecting to allegations levied by Hamilton County regarding the management of the Metropolitan Sewer District.

In a letter from interim city manager Scott Stiles to county administrator Christian Sigman, the city says it is "extremely disappointed" by the county's "adversarial approach."

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