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Bindi, an Australian Koolie, American Bulldog, and Golden Retriever mix, has a happy home with Richard Hussey, as long as she remains an Ohio State Buckeye.

An Ohio State bandana never comes off her neck and she is trained to spin to OH-IO, a popular Buckeye chant.

Hussey adopted the rescue dog a year ago and some months later noticed a growth on her nose was getting larger. The bump was a cancerous tumor.

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Institutional oppression refers to the systematic mistreatment of particular social identity groups through established laws, customs or practices within a society. It isn’t something that’s always easily seen, it may not appear as blatant racism or sexism, for example. But it does play a role in institutions such as education, health care, housing and criminal justice systems.
 

Now that the Republicans have wrapped up their convention in Cleveland, it's time for the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. 

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Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition, we present an in-depth look at the developments behind the headlines. 

The Republican National Convention is underway this week. 

WVXU political reporter Howard Wilkinson is in Cleveland and joins us with the latest from the RNC.

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Red Bike officially got rolling in 2014 as a way to provide a low-cost, healthy and green transportation option for Greater Cincinnati.  

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What do a berry farmer, beautician and the creator of a purse organizer all have in common? They'’re self-made entrepreneurs who produced thriving businesses all on their own.

The Republican National Convention is underway this week. 

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By now, you’'ve probably heard of the new virtual reality app that’'s been all the rage for players of various ages: Pokémon Go. It has nostalgic appeal, as many young adults grew up with Pokémon cards and videogames, and it's free. 

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Summer may be a time of fun and relaxation, but it can also be a time of heightened danger for kids 14 and younger. 

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