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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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"I think it's cool that it's kind of come full circle and I can give back to the sport in the same way that it has given to me," Lavelle said after grabbing a goal and three assists in front of her hometown fans during a U.S. Women's National Soccer team match at TQL Stadium.
Normally, if an employee tests positive for drugs, they’d be immediately fired. Instead, businesses participating in the Kentucky Transformational Employment Program will work to get employees struggling with addiction issues into a treatment program, with the goal of having that employee eventually return to the workplace.
The Ohio Democratic congressman credited the vaccine for his mild symptoms. "I’m grateful to have the protection of a safe and effective vaccine — and I know without it, this illness could be much, much worse," Ryan tweeted.
A recreation center has been a primary goal for community advocates in the Villages at Roll Hill this year after a shooting in nearby East Westwood involving two young children put a spotlight on the area.
The loans, from $500 to $20,000, can be used for operating expenses, new equipment, hiring staff and more.
The conflicting messaging from scientists and lawmakers could be doing more harm than good.
State Sen. Matt Dolan, a Republican from the Cleveland suburb of Chagrin Falls, has other things he wants to talk about than the nation's 45th president.
U.S. Soccer And Rose Lavelle Return To Cincinnati As The Team Says Farewell To Legendary Player Carli LloydCincinnati soccer star Rose Lavelle and the United States Women's National Soccer Team take on Paraguay Tuesday night in the second of four post-Olympic send-off matches for two-time FIFA World Player of the Year Carli Lloyd, who is retiring from professional soccer at the end of the 2021 NWSL season.
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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