Local News
6:34 am
Fri April 13, 2007

Freedom Center Introduces New Exhibition Of Collected African-American Works

Highland Heights, KY – The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center's new exhibition, part of a national tour and called 'In the Hands of African-American Collectors - the Personal Treasures of Bernard and Shirley Kinsey', opens today and runs through June 3.

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Simply Money
6:17 am
Fri April 13, 2007

Tax Preparation Software on Simply Money

Highland Heights, KY – Nathan and Ed talk with Tobie Stanger, Senior Editor with 'Consumer Reports', about her magazine's recent review of tax preparation software, just in time for the tax deadline, on WNKU Simply Money, broadcast on April 12, 2007.

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Real Life Real Estate
6:50 am
Thu April 12, 2007

Pros & Cons of Mortgage Brokers, Portfolio Lenders, and Hard Money Lenders on Real Life Real Estate Investing

Highland Heights, KY – Vena talks with Philip Forbes, President of Executive Home Mortgage, Inc., about mortgage brokering, with Michele Profant, Vice President of Columbia Savings Bank, about portfolio lending, and with John McEwen, a National Representative for Brookview Financial, about hard money lending, and answers listeners' calls and e-mails, on WNKU Real Life Real Estate Investing, broadcast on April 11, 2007.

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Local News
6:30 am
Thu April 12, 2007

Proposed Streetcar System Could Spur Downtown Business Growth

Highland Heights, KY – Cincinnati City Councilmember Chris Bortz and other community leaders and professionals are pushing a plan to introduce streetcars to Cincinnati's central city area.

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Local News
6:25 am
Thu April 12, 2007

Federal Grants Help Lure Businesses To OTR

Highland Heights, KY – Enzo's coffee and sandwich shop is the first business to relocate to Over-the-Rhine under a new grant program designed to bring businesses to the neighborhood to stay.

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Health & Wellness
2:37 am
Thu April 12, 2007

Food Borne Illness Tracking Improves

Highland Heights, KY – There have not necessarily been more instances of people getting sick from something they've eaten, health officials are just doing a better job of tracking where and how an illness originated.

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Local News
2:11 am
Thu April 12, 2007

2006 A Year Of Progress For Downtown Cincinnati

Highland Heights, KY – The non-profit agency, Downtown Cincinnati, Inc., released its annual 'State of Downtown' report, which cites several areas where Cincinnati's central business district improved.

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Opinion
2:03 am
Thu April 12, 2007

Commentary: 'Mission Creep' Could Be At Work In Iraq War

Highland Heights, KY – Mission Creep is a military term used to describe how a mission may expand, typically in small increments, and how the military operation soon looks much different than originally intended. Commentator and military analyst Colonel Dean Smittle says Mission Creep would certainly describe the President's surge plan in Iraq. Colonel Smittle takes a look at Mission Creep and explains how he thinks it will impact the National Guard and the Reserve Forces.

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BusinessWise
3:53 am
Wed April 11, 2007

Dealing With the IRS on BusinessWise

Highland Heights, KY – Crystal and Tom talk with Howard Richshafer, a former IRS agent and a partner with the law firm Statman, Harris, & Eyrich, about criminal tax investigations and IRS examinations, on WNKU BusinessWise, broadcast on April 10, 2007.

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Health & Wellness
2:28 am
Wed April 11, 2007

Young Adults At High Risk For HIV

Highland Heights, KY – Half of all new HIV infections are occurring among young adults under age 25.

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