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10:36 am
Wed March 17, 2004

Kentucky Legislative Session Nearing End

Frankfort, KY – The Kentucky General Assembly session is nearly over. But as budget discussions continue, lawmakers still have lots to do. Kentucky Post Frankfort Bureau Chief Amanda York told WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik, Northern Kentucky is still waiting to find out what the outcome from this session will mean for the region.

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BusinessWise
11:12 am
Thu March 11, 2004

Speaking Frankly: Gardens and Lawns

Highland Hts, KY – Spring is almost here and many are getting their lawns and gardens ready. Two extension agents answer questions

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Local News
10:26 am
Thu March 11, 2004

Cincinnati Zoo awaits a new baby

Cincinnati, OH – The Cincinnati Zoo is getting ready for another special delivery this summer. Emi, a 14-year-old Sumatran Rhino, is expecting her second baby in less than three years. Zoo officials say another birth is important to try and help preserve the critically endangered species. WNKU's Jay Hanselman has more.

You can track Emi's progress with the Rhino cam at www.cincinnatizoo.org.

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10:06 am
Thu March 11, 2004

Your Negro Tour Guide

Cincinnati, OH – During the past four years, Kathy Y. Wilson has been writing her column, YOUR NEGRO TOUR GUIDE, for Citybeat. Now those columns are compiled in a book. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Wilson about where the name YOUR NEGRO TOUR GUIDE came from:

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10:58 am
Tue March 9, 2004

Martin Giesbrecht talks about how long we work

Highland Heights, KY – Do Americans work too much? On Monday morning it might seem so, but when the week is over, we actually will have worked longer hours than the French or the Germans. Martin Giesbrecht explains why:

Martin Giesbrecht is professor emeritus of Economics at Northern Kentucky University.

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Local News
1:52 pm
Fri March 5, 2004

Remembering Marge Schott

Cincinnati, OH – Former Reds owner Marge Schott died at a Cincinnati Hospital at the age of 75. WNKU's Jay Hanselman talks with Cincinnati Post reporter Lonnie Wheeler about how she'll be remembered:

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BusinessWise
1:30 pm
Fri March 5, 2004

Speaking Frankly: The Passion of the Christ

Highland Heights, KY – Mel Gibson's the Passion of the Christ has stirred lots of controversy. We talk about the movie as art, history and violence on the screen.

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11:32 am
Fri February 27, 2004

Pete Rightmire on teamwork

Highland Heights, KY – There was a time when the only company teams in America were made up of bowlers and softball players. But today corporations send executives, managers and employees to programs that promise to turn them into tight knit teams of office workers. Pete Rightmire thinks company teams should get back out on the ball fields and bowling alleys:

Pete Rightmire is a freelance writer living Edgewood, Kentucky

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11:30 am
Fri February 27, 2004

Speaking Frankly: The Erpenbeck Scandal

Cincinnati, OH – Sorting through the many twists and turns in the Erpenbeck case

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Local News
10:08 am
Thu February 26, 2004

Hamilton County Commission race down to the wire

Cincinnati, OH – On Tuesday, Republicans will choose their nominee for Hamilton County Commissioner. The candidates, incumbent John Dowlin and Cincinnati City Councilman Pat Dewine have come out swinging in recent weeks. WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik talked with Xavier University Political Science Instructor, Gene Beaupre about the Race


**The reference to Cinergy in the piece is incorrect. The company named should have been CONVERGYS.

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