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Operating for thirty years, Price Hill’'s Imago is an environmental grassroots organization that helps individuals connect to the natural world around them. 

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With 50 years of land and habitat management experience, the Cincinnati Nature Center is establishing the Center for Conservation & Stewardship

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

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The holidays are considered a special time of bonding and celebration with friends and family. However, for some families, it’'s a bit more complicated. 

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Data compiled by the U.S. Department of Education'’s Office for Civil Rights shows the extent of racial inequality that currently exists in our nation's education system. 

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According to Fusion’'s 2015 documentary, “Prison Kids: A Crime Against America’'s Children,” there are roughly 60,000 children behind bars in America,– more than in any other nation. 

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He's worked in local and network radio and television, performed in film and on stage, taught in college classrooms and authored several books of poetry. 

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According to a report released last year by Moody's, the investor services company, closures and mergers among small U.S. colleges could increase in the next several years due to declines in revenue. The schools most at risk are small, faith-based liberal arts colleges.

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Dayton Street is located in the West End neighborhood of Cincinnati, not far from Findlay Market

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A hearing on the Ray Tensing trial was held Monday morning. During the hearing Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Megan Shanahan denied a motion to acquit Tensing on all charges, and she recused herself from the case. 

WVXU reporter and digital news editor Tana Weingartner joins us for an update.  

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Despite some nudging by individual teams, Major League Baseball is taking technology baby steps. Earlier this year it lifted its ban of smartphones, tablets and laptops in the dugout and inked a deal with Apple for iPad Pros.

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The United States and Israel have enjoyed an unusually strong alliance based on common interests and values for decades, a bond both Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama declared, "unbreakable" during a meeting the two had in September.

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The holidays are for spending time with loved ones, but they're also a time for spending money – sometimes, too much of it. 

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Even though the cold weather has settled in, that doesn't mean you have to stop gardening. 

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In a press conference Tuesday morning at his office, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters announced that he plans to retry Ray Tensing on the charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of Sam DuBose. He also said he will ask for a change of venue to another city, where they will have better chance of seating a jury that can deal with the public outrage and publicity surrounding the case.

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