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Early voting
4:52 pm
Mon August 20, 2012

Decision later this week over Montgomery County early voting flap

hearing over Montgomery County early voting flap

There’s no word yet on what will happen to the two Democratic members of the Montgomery County Board of Elections who faced a hearing at the Ohio Secretary of State’s office this morning. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles has the latest in the fight to get in person, early voting on the weekends.

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Plan would help with stadium fund deficit
4:36 pm
Mon August 20, 2012

Proposal could solve stadium fund issue for one year

Credit Tana Weingartner

Hamilton County Commissioners are considering a proposal that would cover the projected 2013 deficit in the stadium fund.

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Howard Wilkinson's Monday Morning Chat
9:31 am
Mon August 20, 2012

Howard Wilkinson's Monday Morning Political Chat

Howard Wilkinson talks about Ohio Secretary of State John Husted's decision on voting hours, Paul Ryan as the Republican Vice Presidential nominee and the Republican Convention which begins in a week.
 

Brain Research
6:04 pm
Fri August 17, 2012

UC part of national effort to cure brain disease in a decade

The University of Cincinnati and its academic partners are part a new national collaboration to better understand and treat brain injuries.

One Mind for Research  , a non-profit organization based in Seattle, hopes to develop a scientific roadmap for curing brain disease within 10 years. UC and its affiliated institutions have been named one of eight U.S. academic partners.

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Higher Education
3:46 pm
Fri August 17, 2012

Decreased state funding, online institutions among challenges for NKU

NKU president Geoffrey Mearns speaks to the media

Classes begin Monday for students at Northern Kentucky University. Today the president had a message for the people who will teach them.


Nearly four months to the minute after being named president, Geoffrey Mearns stood before faculty and administrators at today's convocation and looked forward. His mission is not without challenges.


State funding is down and Mearns says for-profit online institutions, with increasingly aggressive recruiting tactics, are posing a major threat.

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