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6 hrs ago |

Election decides two Boone County school boarda

Election decides two Boone County school board seats Three of the five Boone County Schools Board of Education seats are on the Nov. 4 ballot.


Related Topix: Boone County, KY, Burlington, KY, Xavier University, University of Kentucky, Northern Kentucky University

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Police Fatally Shoot Another Black Male Near Ferguson

Should the U.S. Capitol Have a POW/MIA Memorial?

This Little Kid Is DEVASTATED When His Dad "Steals" His Ear and Nose

10 hrs ago | Newsday

Tree-hugging snakes put safety first

When a snake climbs a tree, it squeezes the trunk up to five times harder than necessary, according to a new study.


11 hrs ago | University of Cincinnati

UC prepares for largest number of students in 195-year history.

Fall semester begins on Aug. 25, as UC prepares for the largest number of students in its 195-year history.


Related Topix: Standardized Testing

15 hrs ago | Business Wire

Novel Human Tissue Samples Available For Research and Development

Such tissues are also widely used to study the efficacy, reproducibility, and safety of experimental drug candidates against unmet clinical needs.


Related Topix: Ohio, Case Western Reserve University, US Governors, John Kasich

19 hrs ago | University of Cincinnati

UC's student body president welcomes back students.

University of Cincinnati Student Body President Christina Beer says she chose UC and chose to be Cincinnati Smart because she wanted hands-on experience through UC's cooperative education program , and she wanted to see the world through UC's international opportunities.


Related Topix: Adolescents and Pre-Teens

19 hrs ago | University of Cincinnati

Engineering students use cans to build a rubber duck for a good cause.

In honor of the 20th Annual Rubber Duck Regatta, this afternoon a group of students from the University of Cincinnati's College of Engineering and Applied Science built a rubber duck structure made entirely out of canned goods.


23 hrs ago | Loveland Magazine

Loveland hires Assistant Superintendent Dr. Amy Crouse

The Loveland City School District has hired Dr. Amy Crouse to the senior administrative team.


Related Topix: Loveland, OH, Education Etc.

Mon Aug 18, 2014

Sentencing Law and Policy

Intriguing account of how Pittsburgh police undermined local crime-fighting efforts

This new article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette provide a disconcerting account of how local police can undermine efforts to reduce local crime.


Related Topix: Pittsburgh, PA, Prison, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York


Dress for success: Research examines male influences on 'looking' middle class

They might be called a chip off the old block, but when it comes to upward social mobility, they might call Dad a lesson in what not to wear.



Ten-hut: New discoveries on how military organization affects civilians

Researchers are reporting new discoveries about how militarization affects the general, civilian population, and the biggest positive impact is adequate sanitation and access to education.


PhysOrg Weblog

New research explores the red v. blue state knowledge about abortion

A new national survey reveals that the political divide among red-versus-blue states does not support the hypothesis that knowledge about abortion and health is shaped by the state in which one lives.


PhysOrg Weblog

Researcher helps develop standards for safe use of histotripsy therapy

University of Cincinnati researchers are working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to develop a set of regulatory standards to ensure the safe and effective administration of histotripsy therapy used to treat patients with an enlarged prostate.


Related Topix: Food and Drug Administration

NKU, Highland Heights share benefits from growth

An influx of more students living on campus - including an additional 440 who moved in this weekend - will continue to alter the face of NKU and Highland Heights NKU, Highland Heights share benefits from growth An influx of more students living on campus - including an additional 440 who moved in this weekend - will continue to alter the face of ... (more)


Related Topix: Highland Heights, KY

Sun Aug 17, 2014


Stroke Signs: 3 Hour Deadline

CINCINNATI, Ohio Strokes kill 130,000 Americans every year, which is 1 out of every 19 deaths.


The Columbus Dispatch

Hard-earned diplomas given to many who were unready in spring

Anthony Yates, 19, center, wears red to represent Marion Franklin High School as fellow graduates wear colors representing their own high schools.


Sat Aug 16, 2014

People's Defender

McGovney retires from Blake Pharmacy

From left to right, Robert "Bobbie" Blake and Robert "Bob" Blake thank Hugh Mcgoveney for his fifty years at Blake Pharmacy.


Related Topix: Pharmacology, Medicine

Fri Aug 15, 2014

Battle Creek Enquirer

A breach of trust: Teachers having sex with students

Dianna Sheely was shocked last year when she heard that a teacher at Colerain High, the same district where her children go to school, was arrested for having sexual contact with a student .


Related Topix: Education Etc., Cincinnati, OH, Public Relations

New Avera doctor to work on African Ebola outbreak

Dr. David Porembka, 60, will see patients starting next week in Sierra Leone, one of four countries on Africa's Atlantic coast where the disease has killed about 1,000 people since April.


Related Topix: Sioux Falls, SD, Sierra Leone, World News, Africa

Medical News Today

Researchers find oxidative stress to be a significant predictor for hip fracture

The research, appearing online ahead of print in the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research , was led by Tianying Wu, MD, PhD, an assistant professor in the UC College of Medicine Department of Environmental Health, and Shuman Yang, a postdoctoral fellow in the department.


Related Topix: Medicine, Epidemiology, Health

Thu Aug 14, 2014

Tampa Bay Newspapers

Palm Harbor vocalist makes NYC debut

Hannah Zazzaro, 21, of Palm Harbor, will make her debut Aug. 21 at 54 Below, New York City's premier cabaret supper club, where Broadway luminaries can be seen regularly.