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Firework season is about to kick into overdrive this weekend as people fill the skies with colorful explosives. For many pet owners, it means figuring out how to help sensitive animals deal with the noise and stress. WVXU spoke with a veterinarian to offer some tips.
Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Mitch Perry issued the order Wednesday. It blocks enforcement of the “trigger law” that went into effect June 24 after the United States Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade as well as a separate six-week ban that was previously stopped in federal court.
Sittenfeld’s attorney, Charlie Rittgers, planned to call five witnesses to testify Thursday, which poses the question of whether Sittenfeld himself would take the stand.
It's hotter in urban areas because of parking lots, lack of tree cover and nearby interstate traffic. The city of Cincinnati says it is committed to addressing extreme heat.
The prosecution’s last two witnesses delivered the most explosive testimony of the trial so far: well-known Democratic political strategist Jared Kamrass; and Laura Brunner, CEO of The Port Authority of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority.
The travel app Hopper says this Fourth of July trip may be your most expensive in five years. Airfare is up; hotels are 20% more expensive than a year ago; and car rentals are about $40 more a day.
Council voted unanimously Wednesday to repeal a 2001 ordinance that prohibited that coverage. But a resolution denouncing the overturning of Roe v. Wade passed without the support of council’s only Republican: Liz Keating.
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