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Local News
4:11 am
Fri February 17, 2006

Cincinnati 5th Street Closure

Highland Heights, KY – You'll need to find an alternate route beginning February 20 if you use 5th Street to get around downtown Cincinnati. Part of 5th Street will be closed indefinitely for work on the Fountain Square project.

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3:40 am
Fri February 17, 2006

Judge Rules Sam Malone Not Guilty

Highland Heights, KY – Former Cincinnati councilmember Sam Malone has been exonerated on domestic violence charges.

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6:59 am
Thu February 16, 2006

Cincinnati City Council Proposes Equal Say in Banks Project

Highland Heights, KY – Cincinnati Councilmembers have proposed an ordinance calling for equal city-county representation on a new commission to make key decsions on The Banks project.

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5:13 am
Thu February 16, 2006

Campbell County Trying to Put Cork in Minor Alcohol Sales

Highland Heights, KY – Campbell County Police are taking a proactive approach to keep businesses from selling alcohol to minors. They're using underage college students as bait in alcohol stings.

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4:21 am
Thu February 16, 2006

Kentucky Safety Seat Laws Could Get Tougher

Highland Heights, KY – Kentucky child safety seat requirements could be getting more stringent under House Bill 372.

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4:19 am
Thu February 16, 2006

Tax Breaks Could Be Coming for Kentucky Miltary Families

Highland Heights, KY – Active Kentucky military personnel could be getting a tax break if some state lawmakers have their way.

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4:15 am
Wed February 15, 2006

New Cincinnati Dance Hall Rules Hit the Floor

Highland Heights, KY – Cincinnati has introduced new regulations for dances and dance clubs.

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3:33 am
Wed February 15, 2006

NKU Breaks Ground on New Student Union

Highland Heights, KY – With a ballroom, lounges, food court, billiards, and an entertainment room, the new Student Union will transform the campus according to NKU officials. There was a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday afternoon for the 37 million dollar building.

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12:16 am
Wed February 15, 2006

Brinkman Will Not Run Against Schmidt

Highland Heights, KY – Ohio State Representative Tom Brinkman says he will not run for Jean Schmidt's spot on the U.S. Senate.

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Local News
6:35 am
Tue February 14, 2006

Officials Say Hopper DNA Linked to Cases

Highland Heights, KY – Local law officials say that they have DNA evidence that links a suspect to 6 of 10 rape and robbery cases under investigation.

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