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Cincinnati, Ohio is located in Hamilton County. Zip codes in Cincinnati, OH include 45250, 45296, and 45229. The median home price in Cincinnati is $130,000 which is roughly $69/per square foot. More Cincinnati information.

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49 min ago | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Joe Biden arrives in town ahead of Urban League convention speech

Vice President Joe Biden's plane landed at Lunken Airport just before 9 p.m. Wednesday night.

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4 hrs ago | Cincinnati.com

Jazz fans looking for new homesJazz fans looking for new homesJazz...

Jazz fans looking for new homes Jazz presenters around town are trying to offer the full range of the great American music Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1mFPENH Bassist Mike Scharfe has been booking local jazz groups into the Historic Canal Room at Washington Platform on Fridays and Saturdays.

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8 hrs ago | WCPO-TV9 Cincinnati

Judge dismisses civil suit against Cincy PD

A federal judge on Tuesday dismissed a wrongful death lawsuit stemming from a 2011 officer-involved shooting death near Fountain Square.

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9 hrs ago | TheCourier.com

Ohio Student Death Ruled Suicide, No Foul Play

A coroner says there are no signs of foul play in the death of a University of Cincinnati student whose apparent disappearance triggered a wide search in May. The Hamilton County coroner says 21-year-old Brogan Dulle died of asphyxiation by hanging.

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13 hrs ago | Business Journal

Here's why a Cincinnati startup turned down 'Shark Tank'

The GoSun is a solar-powered portable stove meant for outdoor enthusiasts that found wild success on Kickstarter and has expanded to developing nations through a United Nations grant.

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14 hrs ago | Business Journal

Bluemile co-founder launches Virtual Sprout IT business after settling Wow lawsuit

A co-founder of the former Bluemile Inc. has started a cloud computing and technology consulting business that will not do business in the Columbus area, northeast Ohio and several other regions under terms of a settlement with Wow, Bluemile's acquirer and his former employer.

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18 hrs ago | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Making a Difference for Our Youth: Addressing LGBTQ youth homelessness

The city of Cincinnati and the city of Houston were chosen for the initiative, a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development grant to investigate how to end LGBTQ youth homelessness by 2020.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

Morning Journal

Indiana driver, passenger killed in SW Ohio crash

State troopers say an Indiana man and his passenger were killed and two more drivers were hurt in a three-vehicle crash in southwest Ohio.

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WKRC-AM Cincinnati

Get Back To Work, Council

Cincinnati council members need to jump into the discussion over a possible sales tax for Union Terminal and Music Hall, both of which the city owns.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Smell from compost pile to get worse before it gets better

Residents have been informed the smelly situation surrounding the former composting site on Este Avenue will get worse before it gets better.

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Ohio.com

Thousands of Ohio third-graders escape the - failed' list for reading

In mid-June, after the second state reading test was scored and returned to Ohio schools, more than 16,000 elementary students faced another year in third grade after failing to achieve the cut score for the Third Grade Reading Guarantee.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Coroner: No foul play in Brogan Dulle's death

July 22: The Hamilton County Coroner rules there is no evidence of foul play in Dulle's death.

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Cincinnati CityBeat

REVIEW: Cincinnati Opera's La Calisto

Don't walk. Run to the School for Creative and Performing Arts to catch the remaining performances of La Calisto , an opera composed in 1653 that's equal parts romance and raunch, performed by a superb cast of singers, instrumentalists and dancers who are all clearly having a wonderful time.

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Business Journal

Survey: Some Cincinnatians must choose between health care, other essentials

More than one in seven adults in Greater Cincinnati say they skip going to the doctor because the money it would cost to treat themselves or someone else in their home is needed to pay for housing, food or clothing, according to the results of a survey released today.

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Cincinnati.com

Review: Buffett tosses Riverbend crowd a few curveballs

Review: Buffett tosses Riverbend crowd a few curveballs Amid cheeseburgers, volcanoes and margaritas, unexpected moments ranged from great to odd.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Summer Shows Back Up

SEES THINGS "COME MONDAY, IT WILL BE ALL RIGHT." [LAUGHTER] DO THE LYRICS MATCH THE FORECAST, KEV? I THINK THEY GO PRETTY CLOSE.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Why is it so difficult to charge owners of vicious dogs after attacks?

One dog-attack victim was still at Cincinnati Children's Hospital recovering six weeks after being mauled by her neighbor's dogs.

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WLWT-TV Cincinnati

Stay order puts Ohio school, 600 students in limbo

A judge's order for the Ohio Department of Education to pay $300,000 to keep a Cincinnati charter school open has been put on hold in an appeals court ruling announced Monday, a move that threatens to send 600 low-income, at-risk youth and their caretakers scrambling for the upcoming school year.

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Cincinnati.com

Lois Rosenthal through the yearsLois Rosenthal through the...

Lois Rosenthal through the years Lois and Dick Rosenthal at the Benefit Auction & Dinner at the Contemporary Arts Center in August 2011.

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Cincinnati.com

Ribbon-cutting of Maverick Chocolate TuesdayRibbon-cutting of...

A ribbon-cutting tomorrow launches the new business Maverick Chocolates at Findlay Market.

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