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Cincinnati's interim police chief is beginning the process of meeting with various groups as he works to get the permanent job.  

City Manager Harry Black announced last week Eliot Isaac is his preferred candidate to be the next police chief.  

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The Amalgamated Transit Union Local 627 is encouraging members to attend Tuesday morning's Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) board meeting to speak out about the current contract situation.

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No trial date was set Monday during a pretrial hearing for former U.C. police officer Ray Tensing. Tensing is accused of murder in the shooting death of motorist Sam DuBose in July.

  WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson talked with news director Maryanne Zeleznik this morning about the disagreement within the Hamilton County Democratic Party about whether or not to endorse in the 31st Ohio House District race. Six candidates are running. 


The space superpowers of China, Russia and the United States, as well as aspiring spacefaring nations such as Iran and North Korea, all have the capability to disrupt the global satellite operations that govern many aspects of life. GPS navigation, international phone calls, financial transactions, weather prediction and nuclear missile launch surveillance could all be affected.

There has been much economic development in Downtown and Over-the-Rhine.  Now some are trying to get more of that business activity into the city's other neighborhoods.  

A two-day conference on that topic begins Tuesday at Xavier University.  The goal is to highlight the importance, and foster growth, of the economy at the neighborhood level.

Hamilton County Democrats can’t go too long without a good family fight.

They pop up regularly; and, more often than not, they involve whether or not the party should endorse for this office or that.

Well, the time has come again.

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A report from Cincinnati's Internal Audit Manager released to city council finds no issues with a pay raise given to former city manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. two weeks after he started working for the city in 2006.

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Interim Police Chief Eliot Isaac is the “preferred candidate” for Cincinnati’s next police chief, City Manager Harry Black announced Friday morning.

In fact, Black said, he is the only candidate for the job.

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The nation's oldest historically black private university is maintaining its accreditation. Wilberforce University has been fighting to keep its  status for more than year after a review found sub-par academic programs, severe cuts to faculty and staff, a $9.7 million deficit and low enrollment.