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“The work that we have to do with our children is too great for us to do in isolation," Superintendent Iranetta Wright says. "It really takes all of us to ensure our students are successful and they meet their full potential.”
Only a handful of monkeypox cases in the U.S. are among children, out of thousands reported so far. Yet infectious disease experts are keeping a close eye on pediatric cases.
Two men indicted in last weekend's mass shooting in Over-the-Rhine as officials step up safety plansProsecutor Joe Deters says neither man will be offered a plea deal, as he instituted a policy last year to offer no plea deals on cases involving gun crimes. Meanwhile, Cincinnati officials have announced new tactics to increase safety Downtown and other popular entertainment districts.
As it stands, Ohioans involved with the Boy Scout settlement can only get 30% to 45% of what they’d otherwise receive. A bill sponsored by Reps. Bill Seitz (R-Cincinnati) and Jessica Miranda (D-Forest Park) aims to change that.
An armed individual attempted to get inside the Cincinnati FBI office Thursday morning, prompting a chase that led to Chester Township in Clinton County. The incident was reported ended around 3:40 p.m. following a hours-long standoff between law enforcement and the suspect.
Investigating and preventing cyber crime is a top priority for the Cincinnati FBI, says Special in Charge Will Rivers, and Ohio has been hit hard.
Clover Group owns and operates three senior apartment facilities in the Greater Cincinnati area: Eden Park in Hamilton, Fairfield Village in Fairfield, and Ivy Pointe in Clermont County. A lawsuit claimed Clover Group facilities were built out of compliance with the Fair Housing Act.
The remarks J.D. Vance, Ohio's GOP Senate candidate, made at a California high school last fall, led many to accuse him of saying women should stay in abusive, violent marriages. He says his remarks were taken out of context.
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