UD, UC and Cincinnati Children's are working to develop and test a computer model that will learn from unknown variables like human behavior.
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If lawmakers approve the amendment, it could go before voters this fall — and would likely boost Republican turnout.
Claire Mengel addressed the Subcommittee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties in Washington, D.C., Thursday, where a hearing addressed "the ongoing efforts to prohibit discussion in K-12 classrooms about American history, race, and LGBTQ+ issues, and to punish teachers who violate vague and discriminatory state laws by discussing these topics."
Pacella replaces John Neyer, CEO of Neyer Management, who in Dec. 2021 agreed to serve as interim for six months after then-director Kara Kish resigned. Pacella is expected to serve until the end of the year or until a permanent replacement is selected.
Analysis: Ohio has 6 major cities mostly made up of Democrats. So why do rural Republicans rule the state?Gerrymandering is the main reason, but there are other factors involved.
Opening a business is even harder during a pandemic. These two shop owners in Lindenwald did it anywayIt was the start of the pandemic in 2020, Ashley Neal was living in Hamilton, having moved back after years away to care for her grandmother. But now her granny had passed on and a family member told her either start paying the rent or get out.
New data from the Cincinnati Police Department shows disproportionate traffic enforcement across the city. Council Member Mark Jeffreys is pushing for more data and a better plan to promote safety.
Police said they received information the day before from Kenton County authorities prompting the move.
'Diversity isn't political': Turpin High School students walkout on what would have been Diversity Day"We are here, all of us, to show them that we support diversity in our school district," student Johnny Wettengel said. "We are here to show them that we won't just sit down and let them cancel events that matter to us. We are here to show them that diversity isn't political, it's human."
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