CityBeat - Cincinnati vs. The World http://www.citybeat.com/cincinnati/articles.sec-236-1-cincinnati_vs_the_world.html <![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 1.21.15 - ]]>

A small town Kentucky state senator is set to sponsor a bill banning transgender students from using restrooms that don’t correspond to their biological sex.

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“Breastaurants,” or restaurants with scantily clad waitresses (think Hooters) are booming, according to projections from Technomic, a food market research firm.

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<![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 1.7.15 - ]]>

A record 104 women will serve in the 114th Congress, which convened for the first time on Jan. 6, the AP reported.

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The FDA has approved a rapid-response blood test that can help diagnose cases of Ebola faster than ever, CBS News reports.

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Gaslight Property has plans to develop a $16.5 million, 117-unit luxury apartment complex on Whitfield Avenue in Clifton.

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A northern white rhinoceros named Angalifu died of old age at the San Diego Zoo on Dec. 14, according to The Washington Post.

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<![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 12.10.14 - ]]>

Plans to turn a former Kings Island Resort and Conference Center into a $35 million luxury apartment complex are in the works by local developers.

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<![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 12.03.14 - ]]>

City Manager Harry Black on Dec. 1 issued new rules for city street closures due to  construction projects.

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Unemployment rates have fallen in 27 states since October of last year, according to recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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 Four Cincinnati steakhouses — Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse, Carlo & Johnny, Jag’s Steak & Seafood and The Precinct — are among the Top 100 Steakhouses in America.

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According to Moody’s Analytics, adults under the age of 35 (Millennials) currently have a savings rate of -2 percent.

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<![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 11.05.14 - ]]>

The resurrected World Trade Center in New York City officially opened for business Nov. 3, 13 years after the devastating 9/11 attack.

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<![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 10.29.14 - ]]>

Fox News is taking heat after its co-host Kimberly Guilfoyle said young woman should be excused from voting in the upcoming Midterm election and other civic duties because they “just don’t get it."

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Ridership on Cincinnati’s new Red Bike system has blown away expectations, according to its organizers.

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Investors want to turn the former Champion Paper factory building in Hamilton into a $30 million sports complex.

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<![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 10.08.14 - ]]>

According to CNN, American middle class income hasn’t risen since 1995, when it stood at $51,719 (today it’s $51,939), but people are paying more for many things.

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Money magazine recently ranked West Chester one of the best places to live in the country.

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<![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 09.24.14 - ]]> Forbes ranked Cincinnati No. 19 in a new list of “19 Opportunity Cities.” Cincinnati’s low housing and unemployment rates, along with its high number of Fortune 500 companies, make it easi]]> <![CDATA[Cincinnati vs. The World 09.17.14 - ]]>

Mayor John Cranley launched this year’s Young Professionals Kitchen Cabinet, a think tank for Cincinnati residents under the age of 40. Members will have the chance to brainstorm, research and share ideas with the mayor and city administration.

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A Catholic, all-girls high school in suburban Detroit fired a gay chemistry teacher after she announced she was pregnant in August.

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