'Diversity isn't political': Turpin High School students walkout on what would have been Diversity Day
Multiple students passed a megaphone to each other to give speeches and to lead chants to hundreds of Turpin High School students.
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Cincinnati officials are giving electric scooter companies the chance to implement better technology to curb the misdeeds of some riders — or else face consequences.
The State of Ohio-Butler County Incident Management Team could soon be designated as a federally deployable Supplemental Response Team with FEMA, meaning the team could respond to disasters of all kinds directly under FEMA's direction.
Among Kentucky's competitive primaries: U.S. Senate, and Districts 3 and 4 for the U.S. House.
Hamilton County has been seeing roughly 143 cases per day. Health Commissioner Greg Kesterman says this is a far cry from what was seen during the omicron surge.
An agreement that allows the University of Cincinnati Police to patrol in neighborhoods near campus is now in effect after being put on hold in December. The memorandum of understanding codifies what UCPD has been doing since 2015.
Students discussed the challenges they've faced over the previous year, possible solutions going forward, and what's working now.
A panel of experts will answer questions in a special meeting of Council's Climate, Environment and Infrastructure Committee. Chair Meeka Owens says she wants to find residents who aren't usually involved and bring them to the table. "Come with questions, come with ideas, come with the expectation that your voice matters," Owens said.
New projections for Cincinnati's income tax revenue over the next few years are more optimistic than previous reports, even though the city is expected to lose about 1.4% of jobs over the next 10 years.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources officials said the male hiker fell from an overlook at Conkles Hollow State Nature Preserve.
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