Republican Steve Chabot has held Ohio's 1st District congressional seat for 28 of the past 30 years. But the district has changed and Chabot has not. And that could spell the end of his career.
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“There’s only 2% AAPI in Cincinnati proper, but we are giving back so much, so if that visibility, I think, could be raised just to just acknowledge the contributions, I think that would go a long way,” Emily Hanako Momohara said.
When asked what he thinks Ohio should be doing after 19 children and two teachers were gunned down in a Texas elementary school, Senate President Matt Huffman (R-Lima) said he doesn’t think the new permitless conceal carry law is an issue here.
The first draft of the Cincinnati budget for the next fiscal year includes funding for more police and fire recruits, a record-high human services fund, and proposes a number of new programs.
Current village leaders say there's never been more momentum for improvement than now, and a detailed land use plan maps out the optimistic future they're working toward.
A Metropolitan Sewer District superintendent says sewer line collapses are not an uncommon problem, and it will happen again.
The box, where people can safely surrender babies up to 30 days old, is located at at 1141 Old State Route 74, in Batavia. The box is accessible 24/7 and features climate control and a silent alarm system that notifies first responders of a surrendered infant.
Interim City Manager John Curp says there's no plan to reduce the number of police or fire officers, or to reduce policing in any neighborhoods.
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