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Cincinnati budget
2:31 pm
Mon December 3, 2012

Cincinnati manager answers questions about budget

Cincinnati City Hall
Jay Hanselman

Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney came before a council committee Monday to talk about his proposed 2013 spending proposal.

It was the first chance for members of the Budget and Finance Committee to ask him questions about his plan.  

Dohoney was asked about a decision last week by a bond rating agency to maintain the city’s current rating but it also issued a negative outlook.  He said it’s a warning bell.

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Hamilton County struggles with stadium fund
2:08 pm
Mon December 3, 2012

Stadium fund: 'between a rock and a hard place'

Michael Keating

It's down to either raising the sales tax or reducing the property tax rebate.

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howard Wilkinson; Cincinnati Mayor; Mallory; Quall
9:02 am
Mon December 3, 2012

How the Cincinnati Mayor's Race is Shaping Up

WVXU Political Reporter Howard Wilkinson talks with Maryanne Zeleznik about the Cincinnati Mayor's Race. 

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child hunger
12:04 am
Mon December 3, 2012

Summit aims to reduce child hunger on weekends, summer

USDA

There's an effort underway in Ohio to increase the number of low-income kids who get free meals after school, on weekends and during the summer.

During today's Ohio Child Nutrition Summit in Cincinnati representatives from Washington D.C. food programs will explain how they've gotten 75% of kids there to come for free meals during the summer. In Hamilton County, it's just about 10% according to Charlie Kozlesky, Senior Vice President for the Children's Hunger Alliance in Columbus.

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Local News
11:00 pm
Sat December 1, 2012

Southwest Ohio: Red on the edges, blue in the middle

Now that the votes are officially counted, it’s time to empty the notebook on the 2012 election and turn the page. Here are  some parting thoughts:


Big Blue: One of the enduring myths of American politics, if you talk to many pundits and politicos around the country, is that Cincinnati is rock-solid Republican country.


Maybe they confuse the city with the county and the region as a whole, which definitely has a red due. Or maybe it goes back to the fact that the Taft political dynasty came from the Queen City.

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