Same-sex
11:50 am
Mon April 14, 2014

Cincinnati same-sex couples plan to test judge's ruling

The out-of-state marriages for these four couples, who sued on behalf of the birth certificates of their children, will be recognized.
Ann Thompson WVXU

Federal Judge Timothy Black ruled as he said he was going to, striking down a portion of Ohio's gay marriage ban that blocks recognition of same-sex marriages performed in other states. (there is a stay on the order except for the four couples involved. Attorney Al Gerhardstein says the earliest the stay would be lifted is Wednesday.)

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Cincinnati budget
10:56 am
Mon April 14, 2014

Cincinnati budgets presentations starting sooner rather than later

Cincinnati budget officials are working to put together the city's spending plan for the next fiscal year.  Department heads will likely begin making presentations to Council about their budgets in two weeks.  

Budget and Finance Committee Chairman Charlie Winburn had suggested those half hour presentations start at the end of May.  But council members wanted more time for the process so the schedule was changed.

Council member Kevin Flynn asked for the additional time.  He said the previous schedule was not aggressive enough.

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Same-sex
6:00 am
Mon April 14, 2014

Judge scheduled to "officially" rule in same-sex case

Credit Ann Thompson / WVXU

Monday is the day Federal Judge Timothy Black says he will rule in the case of four same-sex couples who want to get their names on their children's birth certificates.

Their request goes beyond what attorney Al Gerhardstein had originally asked in the February lawsuit. He broadened it to request the judge strike down a portion of Ohio's gay marriage ban, passed by voters in 2004.

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Death and Dying
4:00 am
Mon April 14, 2014

End of Life Decisions for the ‘Oldest Old’

The “oldest old”, those 85 and over, are America’s fastest growing age group.   The growth rate for that segment is four times that of the total population.

People with relatives in that age group or those who have reached that point themselves, may be familiar with the options for aggressive treatment modern medicine offers, options that weren’t available when the previous generations of elderly approached the end. 

To intervene or not

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Music
6:45 pm
Sun April 13, 2014

Swing with Bill Cartwright: 4.19.14 show

Join Bill Cartwright this Saturday night at 10 o'clock for a trip back in time with music from jazz vocalists Billie Holiday and Dakota Staton, plus the big band music of the legendary Benny Goodman.

Music
6:43 pm
Sun April 13, 2014

The Blues with Lee Hay: 4.19.14 show

This week's blues show is a kaleidoscope of music from the opening song with BB King and Van Morrison to Jorma Kaukonen, the Bluebirds, and finally ending the show with Billie Holiday's "My Man."

Cincinnati Edition
8:00 am
Sun April 13, 2014

Cokie Roberts and the Founding Mothers

New book for young readers reveals the part women played in the American Revolution.
Provided, Harper Collins
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Cincinnati Edition
8:00 am
Sun April 13, 2014

Local Researcher Studies Fibromyalgia

Dr. Lesley Arnold, director of the Women’s Health Research Program and professor at the University of Cincinnati Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience.
Credit Provided, University of Cincinnati
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Local News
12:00 am
Sun April 13, 2014

Can Chabot be beaten? These two think so

Many believe that a Democratic candidate might as well try to climb Mount Everest with one arm tied behind his or her back  than take on Rep. Steve Chabot in the heavily Republican 1st Congressional District.

But two local Democrats – Fred Kundrata of Pendleton and Jim Prues of North Avondale – are willing to strap on the gear and give it a shot.

Prues and Kundrata are vying for the Democratic nomination in the 1st District in the May 6 primary election.

Time was when taking on Chabot was not such a daunting task.

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Environment
3:00 am
Sat April 12, 2014

How to save energy and money during warmer temperatures

Credit Holly Yurchison / WVXU

With temperatures Saturday expected in the mid to upper 70s, Duke Energy is rolling out some tips to help you keep your energy bill low this spring and summer.

Warm weather energy-savings information

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