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“Exciting Time” For Ohio Wine

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Donniella Winchell says "It is an exciting time" for the wine industry in Ohio. Winchell is the executive director of the Ohio Wine Producers Association. She's not just talking about this year's grape crop, although she's upbeat about that, too. She says, "2012 – if we have an extended season and a dry fall –… Read More

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Cincinnati Man Arrested For Election Fraud

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A Cincinnati man is now facing charges in Athens for forging signatures on an election petition. Timothy Zureick, 21, has been indicted for 22 counts of False Signatures and one count of Election Falsification.   Athens County Prosecutor Keller Blackburn says "Zureick is accused of forging 22 signatures on a petition regarding a Redistricting Amendment… Read More

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Single Payer Health Care Systems


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On this edition of Conversations from Studio B, host Milena Miller talks with members of SPAN: Single Payer Action Network. Debbie Silverstein (SPAN State Director), Arlene Sheak (Volunteer Coordinator), and Kurt Bateman (former SPAN State Director) describe how a single payer health care system works, how such a health care system could benefit the people… Read More

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Ohio Basketball Adds One for the 2013-2014 Season


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Mike Dyer of the Cincinnati Enquirer reported that Antonio Campbell has verbally committed to Ohio for the 2013-14 season. Campbell is a 6'9" senior at Holy Cross High School in Convington, Kentucky, but is a Cincinnati native. Campbell also had offers from Illinois State, Jacksonville, NKU, Southern Illinois, Winthrop, Kent State, Bowling Green, Elon, Stetson, Tennessee at… Read More