University of Cincinnati

Butch Jones
12:37 pm
Thu December 6, 2012

Jones turns down CU

Jones spoke with Cincinnati media Tuesday about UC playing in the Belk Bowl.

UPDATE 12:45 pm:  Associate Sports Communications Director for football Ryan Koslen confirms that Jones has withdrawn his name for the Colorado position. 

UPDATE:  Several media outlets are reporting Thursday that Jones has turned down the Colorado position.    There's  a link to Dennis Janson's story in the WCPO news section of this web page.  More on this story as it develops.

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From Wednesday night:

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More patrols and safety education
12:46 pm
Fri November 30, 2012

University of Cincinnati increasing safety efforts

University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati is stepping up safety measures following several incidents in and around campus.

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Local News
1:09 pm
Wed November 28, 2012

County considering sales tax increase

Michael Keating

Hamilton County Commissioner Todd Portune is recommending a quarter cent sales tax increase to stabilize the stadium fund. His plan would also preserve the full property tax rebate promised to voters in the mid-90's.

The board is dealing with a $7 million gap. The proposal would increase the sales tax from 6.5% to 6.75%. Here's how Hamilton County's sales tax rate compares with Ohio's other 87 counties.

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The Front Row with Betsy Ross
12:30 am
Fri November 23, 2012

Women's Crosstown Classic

UC Coach Jamelle Elliott and XU Coach Amy Waugh
Credit Tony Tribble for the Cincinnati Enquirer

Local attorney Bill Keating is in The Front Row with Betsy Ross to talk about the December 2 Women’s Crosstown Classic, the annual basketball battle between Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati. Along with details of the game, he talks about the importance of young girls having the chance to see and meet the college players and learn more about the discipline and practice is required to play at the college level.


Health
4:50 pm
Tue November 13, 2012

Possible Fernald health effects now include Lupus

The former Fernald uranium processing plant

Add lupus to the long list of potential medical problems facing people who lived near Fernald.

You've heard about the cancer claims, now a group of UC and Children's Hospital researchers, led by Pai-Yue Lu, say they've identified four times as many lupus cases as in the general population.

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