The candidates for Cincinnati mayor — Council Member David Mann and Hamilton County Clerk of Courts Aftab Pureval — faced off Thursday night in one final debate before Election Day.
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For a third time, a bill banning gender transitioning treatments for Ohio children is introduced to the legislatureThe bill's sponsor says "many of these kids grow up and feel as they have made a mistake." Others say such decisions should be left to the child, their parents and medical professionals.
Once COVID vaccines are approved for young kids, Ohio health officials want to 'hit the ground running'Approval of the COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages five to 11 is expected soon.
Cincinnati Council passed an ordinance Wednesday requiring all future mayors and councils to create a code of conduct for themselves. But the current council is declining to establish a code of conduct for their last couple months in office.
Climate change planners often leave communities of color out of conversations. A Cincinnati group is changing thatGreen Umbrella and five other groups were part of the Regional Collaboration for Equitable Climate Solutions pilot.
Early voting is underway for the Nov. 2 election. The ballot in Hamilton County has key races in several municipalities, as well as two county-wide tax levies.
Monks is leaving WVXU after three years to focus on his River City News website covering Northern Kentucky communities.
"There are many problems and it goes from staffing to moral to procedures and training," details attorney Al Gerhardstein. "But those are all being named and there's a path being developed to resolve those problems."
Students whose families meet certain requirements will be eligible for free tuition under the new INspire Earlham program.
Money is coming to the Republican candidates from several sources, including sometimes from personal loans.
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