Music
2:40 pm
Thu April 3, 2014

Ludlow Garage special: 4/5/14

Ludlow Garage plaque at the site of the original concert venue.

Earlier this year, I was contacted by the publisher of a new book about the Allman Brothers Band, One Way Out, written by Alan Paul.  I did a phone interview with him which was featured on last week's blues show.  While reading his book, there were a few mentions about the Allman Brothers Band's visit to the Ludlow Garage.  So, I t

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Campus shooting
12:53 pm
Thu April 3, 2014

Kent State suspect identified

Credit WCPN

Police have identified the man suspected of firing a gun on the Kent State campus Wednesday night.

24-year-old first year student Quavaugntay Tyler has been arrested on felony weapons charges after he apparently shot himself in the hand during an argument with two women outside a Bowman Hall classroom.

Kent State Police Chief John Peach says Tyler was located at a nearby hospital around 11:30 pm.

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Music
12:35 pm
Thu April 3, 2014

Swing with Bill Cartwright: 4/5/14 show

This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright, you’ll hear from a number of legendary swing bands including Harry James, Les Brown, and Woody Herman.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu April 3, 2014

Ken Rudin, the Political Junkie

Political Junkie Ken Rudin
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Local News
4:21 pm
Wed April 2, 2014

Hamilton County will ask the court to resolve MSD dispute

Hamilton County will go to federal court to try to settle a dispute with the city of Cincinnati over hiring practices for a massive Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) project.

Commission president Chris Monzel said the county will file its suit next week in U.S. District Court here.

"We're going to ask the court to weigh in on the relationship between the city and the county, particuarly on procurement issues,'' Monzel said.

The county owns MSD, but the city of Cincinnati operates it.

At issue is whether the county or the city gets to set policy for MSD.

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Local News
2:42 pm
Wed April 2, 2014

Cincy makes the first cut for 2016 GOP convention

(from left) Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley and John Barrett, CEO of Western Southern and unofficial head of the local committee.
Credit Ann Thompson / WVXU

Cincinnati made the first cut of cities vying for the 2016 Republican National Convention, the Republican National Committee (RNC) announced this afternoon.

Eight cities from around the country made formal presentations to the RNC’s site selection committee last month;  and two of them were eliminated by the committee today – Columbus and Phoenix.

But Cincinnati, which wants to hold the convention at US Bank Arena, was one of six to survive the first cut – a list that also included Cleveland.

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Focus on Technology
2:00 pm
Wed April 2, 2014

Cincinnati Reds find new ways to connect with fans

The new Reds Connect Zone is on the third base concourse behind section 110.
Ann Thompson WVXU

If just watching the game isn't enough for you, the Cincinnati Reds want to keep you engaged with new technology at Great American Ball Park. This year the team has invested in:

  • Instant Replay
  • Reds Connect Zone
  • iBeacons

At ballparks throughout the country teams are making instant replay available on the main video board. At Great American they are also on smaller monitors throughout the stadium.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed April 2, 2014

A Look at the Local Economic Indicators

Are local economic indicators moving us in the right direction?

  The Center for Economic Analysis and Development (CEAD) at the Northern Kentucky University Haile/US Bank college of Business tracks and analyzes local, state and regional business, economic and demographic information in order to provide a clearer understanding of our area’s current economy. CEAD Senior Director Janet Harrah and local financial advisor Chris DeSimio  go over the latest numbers, and what they mean for our region’s future growth.

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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Wed April 2, 2014

Global Take on Investing

Bull or Bear, which is the market turning into now?

  They say all politics is local, but events happening on the global stage can have a very real affect on individual investment portfolios. Peter Sorrentino, senior vice president with Huntington Real Strategies Fund and financial advisor Chris DeSimeo, shed light on what impact developments in the US and overseas are having on the current investment outlook. 
 

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Cincinnati streetcar
3:27 pm
Tue April 1, 2014

Streetcar pause in December cost nearly $1 million

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Cincinnati officials now say the nearly three week pause in construction on the city's streetcar project cost nearly $1 million.  That includes more than $637,000 for contractors.

“Cost directly associated with the pause itself for MPD and its subcontractors,” said Chris Eilerman, streetcar project manager.  “So it’s largely go to be down time, idle equipment time, those kind of costs basically incurred during the pause itself.”

MPD is a partnership of three companies working on the streetcar project.  They include Messer, Prus, and Delta.

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