UPDATE 5/15/14 : Greenwood & Streicher are expected to release one or two more reports says Michael Robison, Director of Media and Public Relations with the Sheriff's Office. The consulting group is also analyzing the department's Enforcement and Support Services divisions. Robison says it is uncertain when that/those reports will be ready.
Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil says training, staffing and information technology remain key areas of concern for his department.
The Executive Director of Greater Cincinnati Water Works and the Metropolitan Sewer District, Tony Parrot, will participate in a national discussion on U.S. water infrastructure Wednesday in Washington D.C.
Parrot joins the U.S. EPA's Nancy Stoner, Veolia Water North America and Mark Strauss with American Waterin the Value of Water Coalition's national panel discussion to help other communities deal with crumbling water and wastewater infrastructure.
Air Force officials have finished their investigation of prescription medication errors that happened at the Wright-Patterson Medical Center in April. They say the risk to patients was very small, and a review by medical experts found no instances of patients actually taking the wrong medicines or being harmed.
The review found most of the prescriptions from the Kittyhawk Pharmacy were accurately filled. However, in eight instances Tylenol was mixed into refills for Robaxin, a muscle relaxant.