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Sanitation District's Rager will try to change city's mind
Sanitation District 1's Executive Director, David Rager, will be showing up at Tuesday's Commission meeting to make a presentation. The City of Covington is on record as opposing the rate increase requested by the district, as is Fort Mitchell.
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Women sad, angry over sale of Anna Louise Inn across the river
For more than 100 years, the Anna Louise Inn in downtown Cincinnati has been a safe, serene place that thousands of struggling women came to know as home.
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Just one Powerball winner
The single winner was sold at a supermarket in Zephyrhills, Fla., according to Florida Lottery executive Cindy O'Connell.
Couple giving away $4B, but
not to 'feel good' charities
A young Houston couple is planning to give away $4 billion -- but only to projects that prove they are worth it. Can they redefine the world of philanthropy?
7 Fruits and Vegetables that Reverse the Signs of Aging
The human diet contains thousands of antioxidants--nutrients that may help do everything from preventing wrinkles to killing off cancerous cells.
Gas prices are rising,
but how high will they go?
Drivers who fill up their tanks every week probably noticed a recent jump in the cost of gasoline.
The surprising truth about cord cutting
Less than 1 percent of Americans will actually cut the cord this year.
The 10 coolest
high-performance cop cars
The urban myth is that American cop cars are packed with a mysterious collection of performance parts that eclipse anything you can find at your local dealer.
7 Reasons You're Not Losing Weight
There are sneaky factors -- your friends, your family, your mindset -- that can sabotage the best weight-loss plan.
America's most crowded airports
The neighborhood streets outside Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson Airport are mostly quiet during the day.
Inside the airport, things are rather different.
Los Angeles ranked worst U.S. city for dog attacks on mail carriers
Los Angeles has earned the dubious distinction for the second year in a row as the U.S. city with the most dog attacks on mail carriers, the U.S. Postal Service said.
6 Things That Affect
Men's Blood Pressure
Strange, then, that most men don't sweat it when their body's most important gauge--blood pressure--rises into the red zone.
Disney World Scheme: Entitled Families Hire Disabled Guide to Bypass Lines
Now this is rich: Disney World is investigating news that a handful of upper-crust Manhattan moms have a pricey, secret way to get their kids to the front of the lines.
The craziest thing Google
announced on Wednesday
At its huge Google I/O keynote on Wednesday, Google announced some pretty bewildering, crazy products.
Surprisingly good cheap beers
Bartender Jeff Winslow shows Roger Hailes how to drink like a cheapskate, not look like one.
The real villain in
the IRS scandal
In a nutshell, here's how the whole IRS scandal seems to have developed. Photo: Cincinnati IRS office.
Southern cities ranked among laziest in U.S.: magazine
It was last on the list of 100 cities based on the activity level of its residents, along with Charleston, West Virginia; Nashville, Tennessee; Columbia, South Carolina; Birmingham, Alabama; and Lexington, Kentucky, which rounded out the bottom five.
New utility scam is popping
up across the nation
The Better Business Bureau says that a new utility bill scam is popping up throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Bacon dogs are here!
Thanks, Oscar Mayer
It's as if they read the minds of bacon lovers everywhere: Oscar Mayer on Monday introduced five new hot dogs, one of which has bacon cooked right into it.
Budget cuts pare real-time
monitoring of volcanoes
Scientists monitoring Alaska's volcanoes have been forced to shut down stations that provide real-time tracking of eruptions.
Notre Dame 'chickening out' of the series against Michigan
Brady Hoke's response to Notre Dame getting out of its series against Michigan was to lob some grade-school playground taunts at the Irish.
Mark Cuban wants your designs for new Dallas Mavericks uniforms
The basketball world is lucky enough to be in a fairly acceptable era of NBA jersey style.
Sandra Bernhard On Censored Roseanne Gay Love Scene
Where she was supposed to kiss Morgan Fairchild.
Chinese Creating New Auto Niche Within Detroit
Dozens of companies from China are putting down roots in Detroit, part of the country’s steady push into the American auto industry.