Cincinnati Edition

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Potholes can be punishing on your car and wallet. A new AAA survey estimates they cost drivers $6.4 billion per year. They also cost the transportation departments that have to repair the roads.

Cincinnati is in the process of filling 10,000 potholes in three weeks.

But what if work crews could repair potholes permanently? They can, according to Roger Filion, president of Kasi Infrared.

The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is presenting its 23rd annual Barrows Conservation Lecture Series next month. Since 1993, the series has brought a slate of esteemed naturalists and scientists to Cincinnati to address wildlife issues and global conservation efforts. Joining us today with interviews of the speakers taking part in this year’'s lecture series is Cincinnati Zoo Director Thane Maynard.

Electronic Health Records, or EHR's, are common in the practice of medicine today, and there are numerous benefits to being able to store, access and share patient histories digitally. But many physicians are concerned about “meaningful use” requirements governing electronic health records.

The Millennicon literary science fiction and fantasy convention takes place March 20 - 22. The event is presented by the Miami Valley Fandom for Literacy, which promotes reading appreciation through fantasy and science fiction literature. The guest of honor at this year’'s convention is Laura Resnick.

Over the last week the stock market has been a rollercoaster ride, with the Dow Jones Average gaining or dropping hundreds of points from one session to the next. Joining us to look at the recent market volatility and discuss ways to invest your money for growth are Michael Schroer, managing partner and chief investment officer with Renaissance Investment Management; and local financial advisor Chris DeSimio.

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