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Two Democratic candidates are looking to unseat Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters in the fall. Former federal prosecutor Gabe Davis announced his candidacy in June and former Hamilton County Municipal Court Judge Fanon Rucker joined the race in October.

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Police Departments from all over the country are calling on Dayton for active shooter training. They recognize that Dayton officers were able to take down Connor Betts thirty seconds after they got the call in a shooting that could have been much worse. Nine people were killed and more than two dozen were injured on August 4, 2019.

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There could soon be some relief for Green Township residents who have been dealing with raw sewage in parts of Muddy Creek.

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A community summit reviewed general coronavirus information on Tuesday, best practices and recommendations for how businesses, schools, agencies and the community should prepare for COVID-19.

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Dani McClain's first book, We Live for the We: The Political Power of Black Motherhood, was recently published and she was named the next Writer-in-Residence at the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. The author joins our Barbara Gray to talk about her book and her goals for her year as writer-in-residence.

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Local homeless shelters are preparing for possible exposure to coronavirus. City Gospel Mission President Roger Howell says his staff met Tuesday morning to start planning.

To celebrate Women's History Month, Dean and Anna are joined by Amy Shira Teitel, author a fascinating new book, Fighting for Space: Two Pilots and Their Historic Battle for Female Spaceflight.

It tells the unheralded story of two women, Jackie Cochran and Jerrie Cobb, striving to be the first woman in space.

Dean also delves into the viral broom challenge. 

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The Hamilton County Board of Elections has moved 30 voting precincts from 24 facilities because of concerns about COVID-19.  An official says all moves were to nearby voting locations.

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Update 6:45 AM:  Academy of World Languages remains closed Wednesday. 

Cincinnati Public Schools is canceling all domestic and international travel until June.

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Three women are vying to represent the Democratic Party in November's Hamilton County Commission race, hoping to claim the seat previously held by fellow Democrat Todd Portune, who died in January.

Gov. Mike DeWine declared a state of emergency after the first three cases of novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, were confirmed in the state.

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With the spread of COVID-19, some Cincinnati area groups are canceling their blood drives over fears of spreading the disease. Now the University of Cincinnati's Hoxworth Blood Center is calling on healthy people to donate.

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Workers are carefully unpacking and arranging centuries-old artifacts at the Cincinnati Museum Center ahead of Friday's opening of Maya: The Exhibition.

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The regulators overseeing the Metropolitan Sewer District federal consent decree are responding to the latest court fight concerning work on the next phase of the agreement.

Montgomery County has rejected a permit from a Ku Klux Klan group that wanted to hold another rally in Dayton.

Among the possible questions voters might face on the ballot this fall is whether they want to make it harder to raise the state income tax, by requiring approval from a supermajority of state lawmakers.

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Two Democratic candidates want to challenge Republican Steve Chabot in November. Nikki Foster and Kate Schroder will face off in the March 17 primary for the First Congressional District, which covers western Hamilton County and all of Warren County. The two candidates agree on many issues.

  Gov. Andy Beshear has announced three more confirmed cases of coronavirus in Kentucky, making four total cases in the state.

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As the coronavirus continues to spread, airlines are doing what they can to reduce its transmission. Tactics include everything from Delta "fogging" planes to United reducing both international and domestic travel schedules, as it announced last week. But at Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport, a representative says things are, for now, very much "business as usual."

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City leaders are condemning anti-semitic graffiti discovered Thursday on a railroad bridge between Oakley and Madisonville.

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