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3:47 pm
Thu November 14, 2013

NKY's plan to stabilize & reverse heroin epidemic

The report says "The impact of the heroin epidemic on NKY is unprecedented."
Northern Kentucky Drug Task Force

The task force studying Northern Kentucky's increasing heroin problem recommends a combination of increased police presence, legislation and prevention, treatment and recovery. The four-year plan to stabilize and reverse the epidemic, called Northern Kentucky's Collective Response to the Heroin Epidemic, is expected to cost $4 million.

The problem:

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Politics
8:54 am
Thu November 14, 2013

Howard Wilkinson discusses Mayor Elect Cranley's decision to hire a new city manager

Michael Keating

WVXU Political Reporter Howard Wilkinson talks about a number of actions Cincinnati Mayor Elect John Cranley has taken this week including firing City Manager Milton Dohoney.

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Recycle
12:01 am
Thu November 14, 2013

Your Rumpke recyclables are in for a wild ride

Rumpke employees bulldozing recyclables onto conveyor belts.
Emily Wendler WVXU

Rumpke realizes your (recycled) trash could be another company's treasure. Armed with a brand new $32 million, 100,000 square foot sorting center in St. Bernard, Rumpke is taking tons of recyclables off the street and marketing the material to paper mills and businesses that buy plastic and other goods.

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Local News
8:35 pm
Wed November 13, 2013

Cranley: Dohoney out as city manager

City Manager Milton Dohoney, Mayor Mark Mallory
Staff

Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney Jr. will leave his job by Dec. 1, Mayor-elect John Cranley announced Wednesday night.

Cranley told reporters at a Wednesday night press conference he had met with Dohoney and that the decision for Dohoney, who was hired by out-going Mayor Mark Mallory in 2006, to leave was a mutual one.

"We just felt it was better to move in different directions,'' Cranley said at a downtown press conference.

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Transportation
4:07 pm
Wed November 13, 2013

Deal nearly set to fund MLK/71 interchange project

 UPDATE:  The OKI board unanimously approved the funding plan at its meeting Thursday morning.

The OKI Regional Council of Governments board will vote Thursday on a first-of-its kind financing plan to rebuild the Interstate 71/Martin Luther King interchange.

OKI Director Mark Policinski says the plan calls for a loan from the state infrastructure bank.

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