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The National Park Service says ecological changes are happening so fast, and on so many fronts, park rangers may need to choose what to save and what to let go.
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When asked why the state was taking an approach catering to people against vaccine mandates rather than one that gets more people vaccinated against COVID-19, Bob Cupp replied that he himself is vaccinated and the House is searching for a "reasonable path forward."
Cincinnati's third political party, the Charter Committee, is trying to expand its influence beyond City Council elections.
Two University of Cincinnati professors applaud the company's effort to acknowledge the serious effects of climate exchange, but they're skeptical about the details.
City of Cincinnati employees have another month to get vaccinated or start getting tested for COVID-19 every two weeks.
Want to take a trip? So do a lot of other people. But they are being realistic.
One thing is clear: It's going to be a brutal six weeks.
More than 500 people are hospitalized within the Greater Cincinnati hospital system with COVID-19.
Does Cincinnati's next mayor need decades of experience at City Hall or fresh ideas for a new direction? David Mann and Aftab Pureval took a confrontational tone in the first debate Tuesday night.
The number of Ohioans hospitalized with COVID-19 is climbing to levels the state hasn’t seen since the deadly surge last winter, and doctors are particularly concerned about a spike in patients under the age of 50.
WVXU and UC's College-Conservatory of Music are accepting entries for a new radio play competition. Current and former UC students are eligible to submit an original short play for a chance to win cash prizes.
WVXU's Community Storytelling Project brings you the people and places of Lincoln Heights.
In this episode, we talk with a Xavier University student who grew up in Afghanistan—his father was an interpreter assisting U.S. forces—and who still has loved ones in the devastated homeland now controlled by the Taliban.
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