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Pete Rose is once again asking to be reinstated, a move necessary to be considered for Major League Baseball's Hall of Fame. The former Reds player is petitioning baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred to have his name taken off the ineligible list.

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In preparation for warmer days ahead, Loveland's Oasis Conference Center will play host to the annual Greater Cincinnati Fly Fishing Show on February 1. David Delegator learns more about this addictive recreation in a conversation with Jim Vota, president of Buckeye United Flyfishers, and Haruko Mizoguchi, a female club member active in their women's activities.

Lawmakers want to crack down on schools and coaches that force students to participate in only one extra-curricular activity. They say the one-sport rule can hamper a teenager's ability to adapt.

Tana Weingartner / WVXU

Billionaire Meg Whitman is excited about her new role as managing owner of FC Cincinnati. The CEO of video platform Quibi, who purchased a 20% share in the team last month, met with media in Cincinnati Monday.

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FC Cincinnati has a new minority owner and it's not a small deal.

Listen to Cincinnati Edition live at noon M-F. Audio for this segment will be uploaded after 4 p.m. ET.

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Courtesy of Cincinnati Rollergirls

The Cincinnati Rollergirls are hosting a first-ever boot camp for anyone who wonders what it takes to compete in roller derby.

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Al Behrman / AP

If the 2020 Major League Baseball season had gone on as planned, the Cincinnati Reds would be in Denver tonight, taking on the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Game Two of the four-game series.

Marty Brennaman
John Minchillo / AP

"…and this one belongs to the Reds." That iconic phrase delivered at the end of a Cincinnati Reds win will not be heard again after this week, at least not from the man who coined it.

Marty Brennaman
John Minchillo / AP

All good things must come to an end, and that includes the career of Marty Brennaman as the Reds' broadcaster.

Youngstown has built a hub for additive manufacturing and it’s paying off in a big way. The NFL is bringing its challenge to create a safer helmet to the city in November.

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AP

Edd Roush may be the greatest Cincinnati Reds player that younger generations of Reds fans know little, if anything, about.

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AP

Ted Kluszewski was a Cincinnati Red from 1947 to 1957 – the first 10 years of his major league career – and so there are now generations of Reds fans who never saw him.

Erik Schelkun / Courtesy of FC Cincinnati

After playing to a 2-2 draw in Columbus earlier this month, FC Cincinnati and Columbus Crew SC are preparing to do battle again this weekend in Cincinnati.

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A handful of world-class tennis players who competed in the Western & Southern Open last week made an extra stop at a nearby cryotherapy spa, Arctic Blast Cryo. Some swear by the shocking cold temperatures, ranging from -190 °F to -270 °F, as a way to repair damage down to the cellular level.

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AP

The Cincinnati Reds franchise had been carrying an albatross around its neck for 20 years by the time the Reds returned to the World Series in 1939 to take on the New York Yankees.

No one believed the Reds could win a World Series fair and square.  

FC Cincinnati

The rivalry soccer fans have been waiting for is finally here. FC Cincinnati travels to Columbus Saturday to take on in-state rival, Columbus Crew SC.

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Ben Curtis / AP

World No. 1 players Ashleigh Barty and Novak Djokovic are the top seeds for the Western & Southern Open taking place Aug. 10-18 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason. 

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FC Cincinnati has hired Dutch manager Ron Jans as its new head coach, the team announced Sunday. His first training session with the team will be Tuesday, Aug. 6, and his first game on Saturday, Aug. 10 in Columbus.

Rose Lavelle Gets Key To Cincinnati

Jul 19, 2019
Ambriehl Crutchfield / WVXU

Cincinnati native and World Cup Champion Rose Lavelle is being recognized with a key to the city.

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