Spending large amounts of money on TV advertising may not be the most effective way of reaching voters in the Cincinnati mayor's race.
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The pedestrian bridge has been closed to through traffic since May.
The goal is to help keep people in their homes.
Meanwhile, his fellow Republicans are calling on another justice to step down from hearing the three redistricting cases.
Good training allowed staff to administer most without anesthesia.
Public health workers are going church to church and house to house in the state's secluded valleys to dispel COVID myths, ease isolation, bring aid, and convince wary residents to get vaccinated.
Trans men and women may unknowingly face unique breast cancer risks that are different than those cisgender people face.
The MX908 mass spectrometer can identify up to 200 substances and the manufacturer says more are being added all the time.
There are a lot of reasons not to become a police officer. These Cincinnati Police cadets want to anywayTraining for the 111th class at the Cincinnati Police Academy is underway. Graduation is in February.
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With Facebook, Instagram, and other social media platforms facing new scrutiny on Capitol Hill, we thought it was time to ask ourselves, the real experts, how bad these digital life-support devices really are. Yeah, we know we all spend way too much time on our phones.
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