News from WNKU

Local News
11:20 am
Fri March 17, 2006

Four New Tenants for Crestview Hills Towne Center

Highland Heights, KY – Four new businesses are coming to Crestview Hills Towne Center.

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Local News
4:47 am
Fri March 17, 2006

Cincinnati Red Cross Seeks New Operations Center

Highland Heights, KY – The Cincinnati Area Chapter of the American Red Cross is looking to build a new operations center.

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Local News
4:44 am
Fri March 17, 2006

Erpenbeck Sentenced to Twenty Years

Highland Heights, KY – Former Northern Kentucky homebuilder Tony Erpenbeck has been sentenced to twenty years in prison.

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Local News
3:05 am
Fri March 17, 2006

Kentucky Symphony Strings Into Spring

Highland Heights, KY – The Kentucky Symphony Orchestra is performing a special concert this weekend as a salute to Music in Our Schools Month.

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Local News
3:02 am
Fri March 17, 2006

Valley Homes Cleanup This Weekend

Highland Heights, KY – A community is pulling together in Lincoln Heights to help clean up the Valley Homes complex. The cleanup begins Saturday at 8:30am.

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Local News
2:56 am
Fri March 17, 2006

Ohio Supreme Court Rules on Cinti. Lead Paint Disclosure

Highland Heights, KY – The Ohio Supreme Court has ordered the Cincinnati Health Department to provide documents on lead paint hazards to the Cincinnati Enquirer.

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Local News
2:54 am
Fri March 17, 2006

Kentucky Conceal and Carry Rules Examined

Highland Heights, KY – A Kentucky Senate Committee is endorsing changes to Kentucky's Concealed Carry law.

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Local News
2:52 am
Fri March 17, 2006

Sex Offender Statute in Kentucky Could Be Updated

Highland Heights, KY – A notable refinement of Kentucky's sex offender laws is a step away from legislative passage.

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Local News
7:21 am
Thu March 16, 2006

Mayor Mallory Says Cincinnati Is Strong

Highland Heights, KY – Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory held his first State of the City address Thursday evening.

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Local News
6:59 am
Thu March 16, 2006

Visitors Helping Northern Kentucky Economy Boom

Highland Heights, KY – More people are visiting Northern Kentucky and pumping more money into the local economy than ever before. The numbers were released Thursday at the Convention and Visitors Bureau annual meeting.

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