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Cincinnati Edition
1:30 pm
Tue July 23, 2013

Protecting Against Cyber Attacks

Hackers want your information

  Internet attacks on nations, banks, universities and individuals have increased dramatically over the last few years. Dr. Richard J Harknett, head of the University of Cincinnati Department of Political Science, and UC Associate Professor of Information Technology Mark Stockman discuss cyber security and protecting your online information.

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Cincinnati Edition
1:36 pm
Mon July 22, 2013

Shaker Trace Nursery Open House

Shaker Trace Nursery
Credit Great Parks of Hamilton County

Tim Osborne, Shaker Trace Nursery manager with Great Parks of Hamilton County, talks about the nursery’s open house to be held Saturday, July 27 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

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Cincinnati Edition
1:30 pm
Mon July 22, 2013

Walt Longmire Creator Craig Johnson

Author Craig Johnson

  Best-selling Author Craig Johnson talks with Mark Perzel about his Walt Longmire novels, and the A&E Network hit series based on the books about a sheriff in present-day Wyoming.

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Cincinnati Edition
1:30 pm
Mon July 22, 2013

Locally-Produced Zombie Western

Zombie Western comes to town

  Cowboys and Indians, Cowboys and Aliens, and now Cowboys and Zombies, in Revelation Trail, a movie produced by John Gibson, a Northern Kentucky University lecturer and film maker. John Gibson gives us a preview of the movie, which has its first area screening July 25 at the Madison Theater in Covington.

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Cincinnati Edition
1:30 pm
Thu July 18, 2013

Korean War Vets Tell Their Stories

Korean War Veterans Bob McGeorge and Dr. Bak Suk Lee

  

  July 27, 2013 marks 60 years since the signing of the armistice agreement that ended the fighting in Korea. Howard Wilkinson takes a look at what is often called “The Forgotten War” with two men who were there: Bob McGeorge, commander of Cincinnati chapter of the Korean War Veterans Association. During the war, his Infantry Battalion spent more than 1,000 days on the front lines. And Dr. Bae Suk Lee, who escaped his native North Korea after the Chinese invasion and served alongside American and allied troops during the war.

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