News from WNKU

Local News
3:16 am
Wed February 8, 2006

New Curtain To Be Raised on Madison Theatre

Highland Heights, KY – The new owner of the Madison Theatre is preparing to host a grand opening celebration..Mardi Gras style.

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Local News
2:48 am
Wed February 8, 2006

Ken-Tenn Adding Relief to Katrina Victims

Highland Heights, KY – Local relief efforts are continuing in the Gulf Coast more than five months after Hurricane Katrina devastated the area. More details are also available at www.kentennreliefteam.org.

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Local News
11:55 am
Tue February 7, 2006

White Collar Crime-The "Pro" and the "Con"

Highland Heights, KY – Tom and Crystal are joined by fraud expert Gary Zuene and ex-con Mark Morze to discuss white collar crime, warning signs, and prison. WNKU broadcast of February 7, 2006. More details at http://www.ohioscpa.com/publications/ohiocpa/default.asp?article=4251-12 or at www.theprosandthecons.com

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Local News
6:44 am
Tue February 7, 2006

CityLink Voted Down by Cinti. Neighborhoods Committee

Highland Heights, KY – The Cincinnati Council's Neighborhood's Committee has opposed the proposed City Link Center on Ravine Street.

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Local News
4:20 am
Tue February 7, 2006

Bunning Speaks Out on President's Budget

Highland Heights, KY – US Senator Jim Bunning talks about the Bush Administration's budget and its effect on Kentucky.

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Local News
4:16 am
Tue February 7, 2006

Women's Health Study Results "Disappointing"

Highland Heights, KY – Local doctors are calling the results of an eight-year study on older women's health extremely disappointing.

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Local News
4:13 am
Tue February 7, 2006

Covington to Hear Opinions on Where Sex Offenders Can Live

Highland Heights, KY – Covington officials want to know what you think about a proposal that would place tougher restrictions on where sex offenders can live.

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Local News
7:00 am
Mon February 6, 2006

Cinti. City Worker Paid To Stay Home

Highland Heights, KY – City administration policies are being changed so that no other city employee will be paid to stay home from work, as Christine Wells was for more than four years. That's what acting City Manager Dave Rager told Cincinnati City Council's Finance Committee Monday.

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Local News
5:39 am
Mon February 6, 2006

Study Shows Smoking Ban Might Be Popular in Ohio

Highland Heights, KY – A new poll shows the majority of Ohioans say they would support a state-wide smoking ban.

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Local News
3:54 am
Mon February 6, 2006

A Potentially Healthy Fuel Alternative

Highland Heights, KY – A fuel alternative hitting the tri-state may be beneficial to your health.

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