0 Comments · Wednesday, October 16, 2013
City’s New Police Chief Wants to Dress to Impress and Arrest: Like all cities, Cincinnati is a place where
crimes are committed. Strategies constantly evolve as law enforcement
tries to thwart all sorts of criminal enterprises.
by German Lopez
The Ohio Board of Regents has recommended banning tobacco
on all school campuses. The ruling is meant to curtail students picking
up smoking during college. According to the Ohio Department of Health,
40 percent of college-aged smokers began smoking or became regular
smokers after starting college.
Louise Nippert, Cincinnati philanthropist and art patron, died yesterday at the age of 100.
Secret groups have been pumping Ohio’s Senate race between
incumbent Sen. Sherrod Brown and Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel with
out-of-state money in support of Mandel. Unsurprisingly, the Brown team
is not happy about it.
More Ohio adults are on Medicaid and Medicare, a new study has
found. Ohioans are also relying less on employer-provided insurance. The
numbers apparently match a nationwide movement.
Yesterday, the world got its first glimpse at the suspect in the Colorado theater massacre. He had orange hair.
A coalition of labor groups is getting together to push for a
higher minimum wage in Ohio. They want minimum wage raised to $9.80 per
hour in 2014.
Penn State is getting a heavy-handed punishment from the NCAA. It
seems like the occult hand of former coach Joe Paterno will continue
having a heavy grip on the university’s football legacy.
Apparently, earth’s resources aren’t good enough for technology.
Scientists want to use dwarf stars to improve computers in a big way.