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Cincinnati vs. The World 07.25.12

1 Comment · Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Villagers in Russia’s Sverdlovsk region have discovered four barrels containing 248 human fetuses preserved in formaldehyde in a forest in the Ural Mountains. Police suspect a nearby hospital dumped the barrels. WORLD -2  

Cincinnati vs. The World 07.18.12

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Meat eaters beware: Antibiotics fed to grocery store chickens are being blamed for the drug-resistant spread of “superbugs” from poultry to humans, causing an outbreak of difficult-to-treat bladder infections in about eight million U.S. women. WORLD -1  

Cincinnati vs. The World 07.11.12

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 11, 2012
The Tristate’s extreme heat wave is blamed for the deaths of about 1,000 chicks at a mail processing plant in Louisville, Ky. The chicks were mailed from Iowa to recipients all over Kentucky in perforated cardboard boxes. CINCINNATI -2  

Cincinnati vs. The World 07.03.12

0 Comments · Tuesday, July 3, 2012
The volatile Asian silver carp, an invasive fish species notorious for its ability to “leap” out of water and injure boaters, has been discovered at the mouth of the Great Miami River, its first-ever spotting in the Cincinnati region. CINCINNATI -2

Cincinnati vs. The World 06.27.12

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Antarctic chinstrap penguins have lost 36 percent of their population during the past 20 years due to a warming planet that’s caused sea ice to melt, destroying the penguins’ natural habitat and the krill population, a large component of the chinstrap penguin diet. WORLD -2

Cincinnati vs. The World 06.20.12

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Cincinnati Duke Energy customers could face increased utility costs to help Duke relocate utility lines for the new streetcar, if state regulators decide to permit Duke to recover expenses associated with the mass transit project. CINCINNATI  -1

Cincinnati vs. The World 6.13.12

1 Comment · Wednesday, June 13, 2012
A Minnesota high school student was recently forbidden from wearing black and silver rosary beads in support of his breast cancer-stricken grandmother because school officials said the beads could symbolize gang membership. WORLD -1

Cincinnati vs. The World 6.6.12

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Historic Everybody’s Records and Gaslight Café in Pleasant Ridge are facing threats of closure because Walgreens wants to purchase the corner of Ridge and Montgomery to demolish the properties and build a new pharmacy, only blocks from an already-existing location. CINCINNATI -2

Cincinnati vs. The World 5.30.12

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Los Angeles last week became the largest city in the U.S. to officially ban use of plastic bags, following the lead of 47 other California municipalities.   

Cincinnati vs. The World 5.23.12

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 22, 2012
City Council officially repealed Cincinnati’s nine-year pit bull ban last week, removing all breed-specific language from the city’s municipal code.

Cincinnati vs. The World 5.16.12

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 15, 2012
An entrepreneur profited off of Trayvon Martin’s death by selling gun range targets featuring a hoodie with crosshairs aimed at the chest, Skittles and a can resembling iced tea — all items Martin had in his possession when he was shot and killed in Sanford, Fla. in February. World -2

Cincinnati vs. The World 5.09.12

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Vogue magazine has banned too-skinny models, adding that it will no longer knowingly work with models under the age of 16 or who appear to have an eating disorder.  

Cincinnati vs. The World 5.02.12

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Proud parents Saarai and Humphrey last week welcomed the birth of the Cincinnati Zoo’s first baby camel in nearly 30 years.  

Cincinnati vs. The World 4.25.12

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Among other things, Friday, April 20 marked the two-year anniversary of BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig explosion, which leaked nearly 5 million barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico before the well was plugged. Disturbing accounts of deformed aquatic life have recently surfaced, including fish plagued with mysterious ulcers, eyeless shrimp and crabs missing legs.  

Cincinnati vs. The World 4.17.12

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Cincinnatian Jan Christian can speak for the first time in 35 years thanks to a miraculous larynx surgery at the Voice and Swallowing Center at the University of Cincinnati. Christian lost her voice in a car crash when she was 17.