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How Cincinnati VA Is Virtually At Bedside Of Hundreds Across The Nation

The Cincinnati VA Medical Center did such a good job monitoring critically ill patients remotely in other Ohio hospitals that its doctors and nurses now watch over hundreds of government hospital beds in states east of the Mississippi.

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A court has ruled that when Kentucky voters weigh in on whether to add new rights for crime victims in the state Constitution this November, the results should not be certified.

The University of Akron and Stark State College have announced a partnership to allow students to proceed from a 2-year program to a 4-year degree with much greater ease.

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Cincinnati is working to streamline the process to hire 911 call takers and emergency dispatchers.  

The goal is to reduce the time between when people apply and when they find out if they get a job.  

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The Ohio Debate Commission invited all four gubernatorial candidates to participate in a forum at The City Club of Cleveland. Constance Gadell-Newton, Green Party candidate for governor and running mate Brett R. Joseph, Ph.D., accepted. Beginning at 12:30 p.m. Monday, watch live as they explain their positions and take questions from the audience.

The first debate between Sen. Sherrod Brown and Rep. Jim Renacci touched on a number of topics last night, including which candidate is more in-touch with Ohio.

The debate in Cleveland was mostly low-key as Brown – a Democrat seeking a third term – and Renacci, a Republican who was elected to the House in 2010, fielded questions from moderators and audience members.

Courtesy of the Hershel "Woody" Williams Medal of Honor Foundation

The nation's 50th Gold Star Families Memorial Monument will be unveiled Tuesday at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.

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The Cincinnati VA Medical Center did such a good job monitoring critically ill patients remotely in other Ohio hospitals that its doctors and nurses now watch over hundreds of government hospital beds in states east of the Mississippi.

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Cincinnati voters will see six city charter amendments on their ballots November 6. The amendments could change the length of council terms, allow council to hold closed executive sessions, reduce the amount limited liability companies (LLCs) can contribute to candidates for mayor and council and alter rules on hiring police officers, firefighters and other city employees.

What's FotoFocus All About, Anyway?

Oct 15, 2018
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FotoFocus Biennial 2018 kicked-off its series of events, discussions and exhibits at the beginning of this month. This year's FotoFocus features more than 250 artists, curators and educators with installations in more than 80 museums, galleries and universities in Greater Cincinnati, as well as Dayton and Columbus, Ohio.

Preview DesignBuildCincy 2018

Oct 15, 2018
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The design and architecture show DesignBuildCincy takes place Saturday October 27 and Sunday October 28 in the Grand Ballroom of Music Hall.

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Get To Know The City Charter Amendments On The Ballot In November

Cincinnati voters will see six city charter amendments on their ballots November 6. The amendments could change the length of council terms, allow council to hold closed executive sessions, reduce the amount limited liability companies (LLCs) can contribute to candidates for mayor and council and alter rules on hiring police officers, firefighters and other city employees.

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In Pursuit of Puccini

Join Sunday Baroque Host Suzanne Bona for a twelve-day classical music lovers journey.

Democracy & Me for Educators

WVXU's Democracy & Me has FREE resources and a blog with ideas and information for Social Studies Teachers.

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Space talk, the fun way, with Dean Regas & Anna Hehman.

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