I’m grateful to the GQ magazine reporter who asked Florida Sen. Marco Rubio about the age of the earth. It raises a vital question for a country
where significant numbers of Americans reject much of science from
creation to evolution.
The sealing of a criminal court case
involving a former Miami University student who posted a “Top Ten Ways
to Get Away with Rape” flier in a freshman dormitory now has the
presiding judge defending his decision to the Ohio Supreme Court.
The OTS program, created in 2006, is
spearheaded by Cincinnati Union Bethel and focuses on six areas of
need: emergency needs, housing, medical care, mental health, substance
abuse, education and employment.
Butch Jones sat in a room Dec. 4 with
University of Cincinnati president Santa Ono and a representative of the
Belk Bowl and told the media — which was most certainly not there to
discuss the Dec. 27 game against Duke — he had every intention of
coaching the Bearcats in that game and beyond.
Cincinnati City Council members focused a
lot of attention on a contentious plan to lease city parking assets
during a Dec. 3 committee presentation on the 2013 budget. The proposed budget would cover the first half of 2013 until
a switchover to a fiscal year starting in July.
The Ohio Farm Bureau (OFB) has officially
come out against Gov. John Kasich’s plan to tax oil and gas production.
The move from the Republican-leaning agricultural group is yet another
blow to Kasich’s tax plan, which raises the severance tax on the
oil-and-gas industry to pay for a cut to Ohio’s income tax.
It’s an unfortunate fact that has
disturbed doctors and health activists: Younger people are making up a
greater share of HIV infections. Now, a University of Cincinnati program is bringing together
community organizations in Hamilton County to stop this troubling trend
in young adults.