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Cincinnati vs. the World 06.18.2014

By Rachel Podnar · June 18th, 2014 · Cincinnati vs. The World
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The Pope and the archbishop of Canterbury joined together to call for action against human trafficking. In a meeting, the two faith leaders talked about how to combat modern-day slavery. WORLD +1

Fares at CVG are the second-highest in the nation and aren’t going down anytime soon. Round trip flights average $510. Discount carriers like Frontier Airlines have been successful themselves but haven’t driven down the average. CINCINNATI -1 

A little girl with facial injuries from a pitbull attack was kicked out of a Mississippi KFC restaurant last week because her injuries “upset customers.” KFC corporate heard about the incident and apologized, donating $30,000 toward her medical bills.

WORLD 0 

During a statewide audit of access to public records, local journalists were told some requests had to be in writing, others were asked their name and some requests were unfulfilled, all unnecessary. The law was followed in nine out of 10 requests though, an improvement from 2004. CINCINNATI -1

Starbucks will offer tuition reimbursement for two years of classes in Arizona State University’s online studies program for both part-time and full-time employees, no strings attached. The move will help up to 70 percent of Starbucks employees without an undergraduate degree. WORLD + 1 

THIS WEEK: 

CINCINNATI: -2

WORLD: +2

YEAR TO DATE:

CINCINNATI: -15

WORLD: 1

 
 
 
 

 

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