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Scams and other types of fraud cost Americans billions of dollars each year. And the variety of scams is far reaching, from tax scams to sweepstakes scams to identity theft. 

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The philanthropic lab People’s Liberty has announced the 2017 winners of its $100,000 Haile Fellowship grants. The grant challenges two individuals to develop and implement a big idea that could have a positive impact on Greater Cincinnati.

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Kentucky is seeing dynamic growth in its aerospace industry. Recent preliminary figures show the Commonwealth has moved into the number two spot in aerospace exports in the United States. 

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The HBO series “The Wire” has received critical acclaim for its accurate and unglamorized portrayal of crime and law enforcement in the city of Baltimore. University of Cincinnati English and History professor Dr.

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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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Local emergency medical services (EMS) have been taxed by the continuing opioid crisis in our region. During one six-day period last summer in Cincinnati, there were 174 overdoses. 

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When it comes to great places to dine, there's no shortage in Greater Cincinnati. There are dozens of excellent restaurants in our area, featuring a wide variety of cuisines and dining experiences. 

According to the Prison Policy Initiative, incarcerated people have a median salary under $20,000 prior to incarceration. 

This week twenty years ago our region experienced one of the worst floods in modern history. While river communities in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana suffered, the hardest hit was the city of Falmouth, Kentucky

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According to a 2013 study by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute for Literacy, 21 percent of adults in the United States read below a 5th grade level. Millions of adults can barely read at all.

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While the national rate of teenage pregnancies has declined over the past two decades, the latest U.S. Department of Health & Human Services statistics show there is still a birth rate of 24.2 per 1,000 among women ages 15-19. These young mothers often struggle with the many demands and hardships of raising a child.

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Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition we present an in-depth discussion of the developments behind the headlines. Joining us to discuss this week's top stories are City Hall reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer, Sharon Coolidge; WCPO.com/WCPO Insider investigative reporter Hillary Lake; River City News Editor and Publisher Michael Monks; WVXU City Hall reporter Jay Hanselman; and WVXU reporter and local host of All Things Considered, Bill Rinehart.

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The Trump administration has been in place now for just over one month, though it seems, much, much longer. President Trump has already signed more than two dozen executive actions, fired and replaced his National Security Advisor, and ramped-up his battle with the media and the court system.

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Most of us have experienced walking into a room and then forgetting why we came in, misplacing our keys or not being able to immediately recall a friend's name. Having these so-called senior moments is fairly common, but they can be troubling. There are ways to keep your mind sharp and help prevent memory lapses.

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From The Honeymooners to Modern Family, Good Times to Black-ish, Seinfeld to the Simpsons, television comedies have changed and evolved to both reflect and influence current American culture.

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