The Justice Department inspector general has uncovered what he calls illegal hiring practices at the federal agency. In a new report he cites eight employees for trying to find jobs for their children and other relatives.
Originally published on Thu July 26, 2012 11:48 am
"A major portion of Oakland's troubled police radio system failed shortly after President Obama's visit on Monday, leaving many of the 100 officers assigned to handle presidential security unable to communicate as protesters roamed the streets, police said Wednesday,"
Originally published on Sat February 2, 2013 10:06 am
Photographer David Binder began documenting stories about AIDS in the late 1980s and became well known for humanizing the epidemic for various publications, including Life magazine and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
EEO Public File Report for Cincinnati Public Radio
According to the Rules and Regulations of the Federal Communications Commission, all broadcast stations must maintain in their public file and on their web site (if they have one) a Report concerning their compliance with the FCC's policy on Equal Employment Opportunities. Stations in Ohio are required to post this Report as of June 1, 2000.
This document is the EEO Public File Report of WVXU-FM, licensed to the Board of Directors of Cincinnati Public Radio, Inc.
Now there's a new way to offer your support to Cincinnati Public Radio—by donating your usable but unwanted car, truck, boat or recreational vehicle to WVXU.
Simply call 1-877-308-2408 or visit www.vehiclesforcharity.org to arrange for a pickup. The operators can help answer any specific questions you may have.
Here are the answers to some commonly asked questions:
What can I donate? WVXU accepts any vehicles including cars, trucks, motorcycles.even boats! Your vehicle will be sold at auction and the proceeds come to WVXU to help pay for equipment, computers and programs.