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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:05 min | 2 months ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"People aren't used to going out. But we went out to, uh, Allen's cafe there in Tusculum, and we've known Alan for a long time. And were you doing? I mean, you know, he comes in and comes out like I just came in to help offer single Tamayo. I was, like all crap. It is the fifth and I didn't think about until about one o'clock today. So you should be a day one through down there be tequila, drunk people all over the place right now. But anyways, there's to get with a tequila drug people. Is it because of the election yesterday? Iraq? I don't know. It was a zoo. I said before the break their way, not your United talk about how the turnout was gonna be terrible. That's what everyone thought turned out. It was pretty good 15.6%, the highest second highest for a primary sense of one. Lot of that driven by issue three. A lot of folks came out and that one sunk pretty bad. And then it looks like after a pair of all is is the crowned one right now. Well, let's talk to from the Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati dot com. Political reporter Scott Warming about it and Scott, Were there any surprises yesterday? It sure sounds like not I mean, the only surprise was I was in bed by midnight, which is unprecedented for election Election Day because everything was very decisive sexual was kind of surprised at how decisive everything Woz either All the issues. Uh, won or lost by three that one margins. Uh, it was clear early on that David man and after pure of all would be the top two and the Mayoral primary would move on so I mean, that's it was close at all in the primary. So let's let's talk first. About after him after him and David, Ma'am, we're finished one too. But after I've got what 39% the vote, he looks right now. It to be the front runner. I do not know him personally. Tell us, Scott. What is his appeal? I I know He's a good looking guys young and he's fresh and and there's the diversity thing going all that, but What? What else is there to know that makes him so popular? Well, I mean, the people I talked to yesterday to that voted for him. He's kind of right now. It's timing is everything and he's young, but he's also got a lot of name recognition. Haven't run for Congress. Uh, two years ago, you and um having one too. Countywide races. People know the name, but he doesn't have a long track record, which in politics is actually a plot because right moving mad, he's been in office for 40 years, so a lot can be used against him. He's gonna try and spend that as you know, I've got experience and know how government works. But ah, lot of times. People want someone that's fresh face. That's what I A lot of people say yesterday. That makes sense. They know after had they think you've got a lot of energy, but they also think he's a new voice as well. So he's got both both both of those appeals going for us soon. Do that point, though, about him basically being on the ballot three different times in three years? Yes, that helps his name I d. Is there any concern? He's just Ah, Ladder jumper. I'm sure you also saw that Aftab for Senate That domain name was yesterday a day before the primary. Is anybody concern that this guy's looking to be a mayor for about five minutes before he goes on to bigger and better things? I mean, I would imagine you're gonna see that from David Man campaign. They're going to make that argument. And, yeah, I mean that that can be used against them on and it has been used against that have in the past. I mean, I don't know which one which arguments going to win out, but I mean, it appears based on the results of the primary is after that did well all over the city pretty much. I think I saw 189 of 119 90 precincts. He finished first or second, That's that's damn doing that really is cross across demographics. Uh, I mean, he's got to be any. He is happy about how how we performing in a field of six candidates to get 39% and be dominant across the city. I mean, that that is a very good time going into the general. So I mean, you know that argument might hold water for some, but I mean, clearly it was ineffective for many people yesterday. Scott Wortmann from the inquire Cincinnati dot com is our guest and you guys I'm looking at. I was going to say, I don't know how old he is. I know he's not old and I just looked it up What he's like 38 38 39 years old while she rocked to your point, though he could stay and be mayor for 23 terms. He's still gonna be what 46 years old. Maybe. That's a primate of race for statewide office. He seems to be a man on a mission. I grieved so, yeah, but I mean to your point he doesn't doesn't have to. He could still be a great point man and go out and try to hit it hard on the campaign. Now, the opposite that that was, of course. You know, David man is 80 81 years old, and I'm gonna run for anything. No, this is the last and that'll be interesting, Scott, because I mean, David Man is right on. Hey, this is This is the only office I want The last office I want, Let's I'm not going to be trying to use this for anything other than doing the right thing versus Aftab. His message is gonna be the future. What's next? And all that sort of thing? You know, be real interesting How that works out, but I think right now I have to have certainly has the mo mentum behind him. When you are in the last chapter of Ah, career, too. You don't have to worry about the next step in any gas that might, you know, later on, so that is that is the one advantage of old age s So there's there's one advantage to Yeah. What about issue three? Scott? I saw that lost by 46% is gonna ask you you and you think that that big turnout was driven by issue three. It was one of the rare issues that you know I can't. I'm sure there is probably an analog, but, uh it's where the real issues that both particularly now that Democrats and Republicans were united against, however, that I went out the top The people, uh There. There was just, you know, at random people walking to the polls. I had trouble finding people that were voting against. I mean, it motivated a lot of people that send a message message to the city. The people that were voting against that they did not like the gentrification they saw going on downtown, and they wanted to send a message to the city. Even if And a lot of, um, acknowledged the even the supporters acknowledged the problem of it. Just blanket the Children, then it would have just said wherever you get the money. It's got to be 50 million. Even some of the supporters had some misgivings about that, but they wanted to send a message. Either way, And so I mean, it was There was a hot button issue for both sides of the coin, and it generated most of the people that went to the polls yesterday were motivated to come out. On that issue with that, Scott will let you go. Thanks so much, buddy. Appreciate it, guys. Always a pleasure. Great stuff. Scott saying Mormon from the Cincinnati Enquirer assassinated doctor He was all over yesterday on Twitter stuff. So it was good Dad was. I guess I was Kind of pleasantly surprised because I thought everything was lineup for this issue. Three toe. Toe past due to low turnout, and then you got coming off your thing. And then, usually in that situation, all the invigorated people that wanted to pass show up to vote. Everyone else is like, but it turned out. People showed up against that thing in droves and it it got hammered. Checking in with traffic now, Rob what is going on? It's another one of these days.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:16 min | 3 months ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"My name is Jason Williams on the political columnist of the Cincinnati Enquirer. Happy to be here with you tonight. I wanna be here all the way up until midnight. Chattin politics. I tell you, it's interesting chick on his way out the door. Way, he says To me is like in that amazing that it was just last Saturday night. At this time, he and I were chatting. About the Reds and that miraculously victory over the Cleveland Indians last Saturday and how the Reds were rolling. And Joey Votto was hitting the ball on the team was hitting the ball in the starting pitching was gone, and the bullpen was doing okay. And he says, you know, Jason won a game since Six consecutive losses for our red legs and it truly and I said, I think I said this one. We did a little bonus check last week in this time slot. Because the games have gone long, and I said chicks stick around. Let's talk more baseball. Let's let's have extra extra innings. And it just And I remember saying I'm like, Are you allowing yourself to get excited about this team? It is a marathon, having covered baseball earlier in my career. It. You can't get to up and you can't get too down and I'll tell you what, though. It's tough. It's tough not to get excited, and it's tough not to get depressed. About what are what's going on with our red legs. Right now. They start six and one and have gone three and 10 ever since. But I'll talk a little more about that with my producer Alex Frank. Coming up at 11 05. What? We're gonna break it down with a more It'll be a little extra extra extra innings. But first I'm a shift into Political mode and what I love and impassioned about the most is local and state politics, and no one knows Politics better in in our region in our state than my first guest tonight. Hey, is he just knows knows this this azul say this game, but that Z baseball. He just knows this business left and right. His name is Jared cameras. He's a principal of River Town Strategies, a Democratic strategist and political consultant right here in Cincinnati. And he's gonna talk. We're gonna break down a couple things so J. K. How are you? I think I know a little baseball to Jason. Yes, you do You you know you and you, You know your sports and you know your college. You know your college football. You and I have talked Many, many hours about college football and your knowledge of college sports. The work you did while you're at Ohio State being on the Big 10. What was it called the Big 10 Conference Student Council. Was AH, member for three years of the Ohio State University Athletic Council, for example, accounts yes. Yeah, And I owe you I owe you a trip to Huntington this year, man to go see the thundering herd. You know, I Greg Greg Landsman. I were just We were just talking about that. He's he watched the movie Tell me which we are Marshall and says he really wants to get down there for a game and just, you know, check out, he said. His kids were really into it and Tell you, you know, I told him. I said if you got time you got a whole day or whole weekend. Drive down 50 along the river. It's too lame, but in in the middle in the middle of the fall there, it's just a beautiful drive along the Ohio side. The spoilage and you know if you have you have if you have a good 3.5 hour's drive from Cincinnati to Huntington, West Virginia, I recommended he do it B s. I'd love for you and I to sit there and take you to a game in Huntington. Um, it's a unique place. Jared. There's a steel mill, right right just across the street from the stadium, and it Z kind of a different feel. Then you know, it's sort of your college town stadium that maybe sometimes is out in this, you know. Really pristine college town or or I guess if you're Penn State, you're out in the middle of a field, right? Right? Yeah, but anyway, yes, definitely. Let's do that. Um, more pressing, though. Uh, you've got your own intense things going on right now. And issue three and that is the affordable housing. Ballot initiative in which, uh, the How do I say this $50 million is could be going to affordable housing out of the city's budget every year for infinity. If issue three passes on the ballot. Last night, Jared, the local Democratic Party came out against it. This week, the local Republican Party came out against it. So there's there's a bipartisan that that added to several individual Democrats and Republicans, you yourself Are leading the campaign along with Republicans, You know, Democrat your Democratic strategists Cody Rizzuto, a Republican strategist. You guys air doing that. Campaign against it and talk about why it is so important for this to not pass. Well, I think ultimately it comes down to, uh, Jason is reeling me in terms of layoffs for hundreds, if not thousands of city employees and also what it means. I mean, in terms of custom basic services, you know, garbage collection. Firefighter Rina response Times. Paving roads. All of these things air at risk if issue three were to pass and I think there's been a lot of sort of demagoguery around the issue. You know? I mean, you know, affordable housing is definitely something that's important in the region. Right now. It's important. Voters important to policy makers. But the Charter amendment that's on the ballot. It's just not the way to solve. The problem is it's not a way to make public policy and what we have shown in this region. That we can do Really big cool. You know, transformative things. We do them collaboratively. You know, it's just in the past five years we became the first city in the country to offer two years of universal preschool. Just a year ago. We we've massively expanded the sort of metro transportation system also cutting the earnings tax in Cincinnati at the same time. We did that we did all together. We brought Democrats Republicans together to re brought labor and business together. We brought the city and the county East side, West side and Affordable housing is no less complex a problem. But this week Is Essentially saying, You know, we won't force the issue because it hasn't been dealt with yet. And essentially put all these poison pills in that would lead to You know these things pretty draconian cuts and both jobs and basic services and it's just it's just not something the city can afford. Talking with your cameras. He's a principal river town strategies right here in downtown Cincinnati. Democratic strategist consultant. Um you know, it represents.

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Ready to shop with a "smart cart?"

Talking Tech

01:47 min | 6 months ago

Ready to shop with a "smart cart?"

"You pandemic has brought about a ton of tech innovation when it comes to shopping between ordering everything online in curbside pickup. The next phase of this might be the smart cart according to my colleagues at the cincinnati enquirer supermarket chain. Kroger is testing smart cards where shoppers pick their items place them in the car and leave without ever having to go to a checkout or register i this is how they work. The carts themselves use artificial intelligence to recognize what you put in the cart. So you can take a box of cereal. Draw pasta sauce a gallon of milk. Whatever it is the cart will recognize what you place inside. It also has scales built so if you're buying produce it will wait for you in the cart and then once you're done shopping you back up your items and then you make a payment directly from the car itself. This idea of checkout free. Grocery store isn't new. We've seen amazon experiment with this already. Last year. they opened in grocery store in seattle where users can download an amazon go app. They scan a barcode to enter the store. Then they scan what they're buying and once they're done they just walk out and received by email and it's all done within the app. The fact that kroger is testing smart cards is a pretty big deal. The cincinnati-based grocer operates several regional supermarket chains in thirty five states stores. That you may have heard of like fred. meyer harris teeter ralph's marianas and host of others. The company has nearly twenty eight hundred stores so the fact that they are testing this out is pretty significant. Once they get to a final place it's going to be at a lot of different locations so it looks like your grocery experience is going to get a lot more technologically advanced in the months and years to come

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Brennaman resigns from Cincinnati Reds games after slur

Mark Levin

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Brennaman resigns from Cincinnati Reds games after slur

"Reds announcer Thom Brennaman has resigned, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Today, he's stepping down on all he stepped down on August 19th after he was heard on a hot mic using a Homophobe IX slur that air during the Reds game at Kansas City. That led to his suspension.

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Reds announcer resigns after using homophobic slur on-air

Sean Hannity

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Reds announcer resigns after using homophobic slur on-air

"Thom Brennaman has resigned, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer. Today, he's stepping down on all he stepped down on August 19th after he was heard on a hot mic using a homophobic slur that air during the Reds game at Kansas City. That led to his suspension.

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Conservative lawmakers want to impeach Gov. Mike DeWine over COVID-19 response

Bill Cunningham

00:32 sec | 11 months ago

Conservative lawmakers want to impeach Gov. Mike DeWine over COVID-19 response

"Lawmakers in Ohio have announced an effort to impeach Governor Mike Wine over the state's response to the Corona virus. Several GOP lawmakers have drafted articles of impeachment, representative John Becker tells the Cincinnati Enquirer quote. We fired Speaker Larry Householder and the public wants the wind fired as well, unquote. He had several high ones are frustrated with the wine constantly moving goalposts on how to tackle the novel coronavirus in Ohio, the House would have to vote to impeach the governor, then a trial would be held in the Ohio Senate, with a two thirds vote of senators needed to remove the governor from office. I'm

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Your supermarket any time soon Alexander Coolidge business reporter at the Cincinnati Enquirer says the grocery industry isn't talking about normal for the rest of twenty twenty it's talking about what lies beyond Alex what's the future hold well a lot of that's still up in the air but what sort of taking place in this new interim phase is and that all the industry folks are watching is there's been a huge ship the e-commerce a lot of people are still worried about exposure we got a lot of office workers you're still working from home you know and people have decided that sort of minimize their exposure by just ordering more stuff online but yet there's been a huge ship in in web traffic about three percent of hello grocery sale at stores prior to this great fight this we're done we're more clicks you know started with a click either I'm going to buy it for delivery or more likely for pick up at a store at a Kroger or Walmart it's been twenty twenty five percent for a lot of supermarkets this crisis is a celebrated a ship to be commerce folks in the industry are now wondering well how much of that we're going to keep we think we can keep a big chunk of that because you know once people get in the habit of doing that certainly the suddenly they're like why do I need to go to the store to buy paper towels like a just order online so that a lot of consequences we speak with Alexander Coolidge business reporter at the Cincinnati Enquirer this piece is called will grocery shopping ever be the same after the pandemic so on a somewhat related note what about prices for items well that's the other thing that's starting to happen here and that's another one of these where will it ultimately turned out there are two conflicting things going on at the same time and they're both very powerful forces due to these disruptions but also due to the epic slowdown in restaurant traffic there isn't an unprecedented demand on the supermarket industry prior to this crisis about fifty percent of all food dollars spent in America were spent at the supermarket their industry officials now playing oh god it's been upwards of eighty five percent so that that the demand couple that with food shortages of specific items that.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:55 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"From the Cincinnati Enquirer talking Reds baseball and man we've been heavy into the job world Bengals conversation how about some hoops and some Superbowl talk Mike in Fairfield you are on the acute hearing centers dot com hotline great to hear from your brother trickster thanks so much for holding man a bed to talk in a while it's been more don't know you were one year off on your women this thing about Ohio state Minnesota that was seventy two okay there was there was forty eight years your right to say spilled over here right you are two two twenty twenty yeah right one of the first college and we are one year apart the right for your years unbelievable game hostile arms state the big ten title here I think it did the Minnesota daughter because the bagel bar statement bowl wooden frame for the next two three weeks absolutely it was the beginning of the end for Fred Taylor all look Ohio state was up six points in that game controlling they're doing yes despite the many and was going on around them no someone created for example here but look at the old ring up there but I'm telling you I wish I wish hold men would have shown footage maybe there are all shown footage of that to his Buckeye to get beat twice by Minnesota in Richard Patino which is me crazy I know some loser mainstream but still you don't lose points to lose it home yeah it's the killer you got what part big Jim Ross is now all morning yeah yeah they're they're they're near the bottom end of my northwestern France or saying have faith to go to tomorrow but that's not a guarantee no it's not it's not it's a great day and it is days on the road but yeah to give me the two main two million so generic sorry Hagen should have been kicked out of college basketball so what he did not no doubt be Hagen and can provide Turner oh my god dared some some some hoods on their team good ball players will be Hagen was a duty in the NBA after Luke when he was kneed in the groin okay did they come by it just stall on his own as I will return and remember Ohio state had won the big dinner before that and almost got to the final four this had you know winning in order not to move to make Clemens was on that team and was big ten point most Bible portal and they had a very good team they might wanna begin again you're the ones that take it we were given their name after you know after the bowl of the ruling came down that the game's over Ohio state wins but they were playing the rest of the season I just want that was the going forward that are quite so I won't kill borough badly I don't want to trade the pick I don't want him to start in the game this season I hope it is still here for a period of time just so I know but they get you know borough was great as he was in college season it was the only full season is a college quarterback he was terrific no doubt it was college football well you know the NFL and and we've got a good veteran cornerback here who may not be here much longer but they need to keep the ending long enough breaking borough I really think that's what's so intriguing to they have enough money to do that well yeah that that that's huge and farming know the fans are gonna be clamoring for borough yeah you almost feel sorry for for Dalton I've been one in college football since the early sixties yes that's the best unbelievable I've never seen seven touchdown passes thrown in and yeah that's that's right teammates say he did make a wrong read also I mean I mean to complete seventy seven percent full season that's incredible six you know it is that he wants to be here he loves you he's in a lot of reports and the bangles certainly need shopping or tickets and stuff like that yes wouldn't it be season tickets to create some excitement yeah all right here yes also many empty seats but work what happens you know there's a couple people love to getting my aiming Carolina but the Bengals have got to keep him and when you see but now two in a row they've won a couple in the world it was nice to win that game they're always tears right Hey they beaten triple six three times now you know the trouble reduced temple but the make up of this team now here in Cumberland the ball in his hands as the point guard absolutely down the stretch you want that and we three learns plan and Aurora is hard work Dave dot team too bad they blew a couple games are really missing because they certainly did they'd be like please fourteen five but they're doing well in the conference one one today a man that's who you see host on Tuesday night yes and you that's right and eleven point lead late next game and didn't score again unbelievable wow is the new baby please report but I think the better capital taken then you get Houston at home which is really tough Wichita they need to have the next three yeah they really do have to get that I think the company grow in your brain is doing a fine job he really is I totally agree I think you do a fine job and in the Superbowl I want to but I think San Franciscans gonna win I think there will better team but what it takes I did two years and I want to take some always like to change and I want to come back is Jimmy G. Q. where I could just turn around and hit the ball yeah he's gonna have to throw the ball on third and long some time here but I don't twenty past due to I know it's unbelievable city Hey homes is imprisoned believable better we'll see if they can enable San Francisco but I want to teach in this job I'm I'm glad learning Walker made the whole thing I really am when I it's going to get in but and almost unanimous but who didn't vote for Jeter no doubt one guy Larry Walker got in yeah but I'm also thinking day Parker deserves it so no data Pinson well I don't think either one river going to get in and that's a shame but I've been chilling gets in next year but closer I'm happy for Larry Walker great ball player he really was and the people didn't even want to hear you I think you agree with me he deserves to be an is a great player he was a great player with Montreal in Colorado great player all around me running he was a great player Tom Brady guardian Hey buddy good to talk to you too well well we'll see what all right man I'm starting to have a little bit more confidence in the bear cats and the musketeers huge win for save your over Georgetown now they go to Creighton tomorrow four o'clock tip off all the coverage right here on seven hundred W. L. W. starting at three thirty tomorrow you see hosts SMU Tuesday at seven the northern Kentucky Norse get hammered on Friday night last night by the Wright state raiders now right state has a two game lead over N. K. you in the horizon league and Kay you back in action Friday night at Green Bay nine o'clock tip off eastern time what right state there on that swing there in Milwaukee Friday night at eight o'clock and doc congratulations to the Miami redhawks seventy three to sixty eight winners today over eastern Michigan and I'd love to say it because I coined the phrase Millett hall the world's largest living room you have hopefully it rocks get him going man awesome Miami redhawks students go double evolve man let's hear some noise for your red hawks we come back we got Bob and we got our own cell phones that when a chime in on the bangles a and D. forty eighth anniversary of the Ohio state Minnesota brawl I can't add I said on my Facebook page the forty seventh anniversary so the forty eighth this is check Ludwig seven hundred WLW Sunday expanding into the flat land in Nebraska the challenge great call tomorrow with me on seven hundred W. well tell the whole must be eighteen years old road is.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

Silver & Black Pride

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride

"Is Tyler Dragon Reagan. Who covers the Bengals for the Cincinnati Inquirer? Okay well you gotta be feeling pretty good right now raider nation. It seems like things are really starting to fall into place for the raiders in their quest to make the playoffs last Sunday. You had the chiefs lose the bills lose and the colts lose So that was a very good Sunday. Day for the raiders and then last night on Thursday night football the steelers also went down to the browns. So what does this all mean as it stands right now at at this moment the raiders are the sixth seed in the AFC playoff picture. So that's where we're going to begin tonight's episode and and we're GonNa taking a look at the landscape of the AFC playoff picture right now and take a close look at some of the teams that the raiders are competing with and some of the possible scenarios. So first let's start with within the division. The chiefs have faltered lately and have left the door. Open for the raiders to still have a shot to compete to win the division title. That's something that maybe a couple of weeks ago didn't seem like it was a possibility. Maybe before mahomes got hurt that really change some change things at five and four. The raiders are only one game back in the in the wind callum of the chiefs looking at the remaining schedule for the chiefs. It's not an easy schedule for them. They've got a they've got a tough Next couple of weeks here. They have the chargers this week. Then they're on their bye week fouled by a head to head matchup with the raiders in week thirteen. That game is in Kansas City. Then they go on the road due to New England which is one of the most difficult places to play in the league rounding out their season they finished with Denver at Chicago in the chargers injures again so the division certainly not out of question and like I was saying that week. Thirteen game that head to head matchup in Arrowhead could be huge. There is a very good possibility. There's a very good chance that both teams will. We'll go into that game at seven four tied for first place battling for sole possession of first place so I mean wow that's that's all I can can say that. That would be a huge huge game for the raiders. Let's take a look now at some possible. Wildcard Scenarios House. There's four to five teams that You know I want you to kind of keep an eye on here. The next Six weeks of the season and those teams are the bills who currently Lee hold the five c with the six and three record the colts at five and four steelers five and five Tennessee five and five and then the Jaguars who are foreign five live so this is actually a really good position. That the raiders. Find themselves in right. Now if you take a look at the Playoff standings and the way it kind of looks it's now they're in a very very favorable position In the reason why is that they hold the tiebreaker over the colts from the wind that they had over them earlier in the season and secondly they still have games remaining with the titans and the Jaguars. So really. If you think about it. The raiders readers. They control their own destiny and That's really what you want You don't WanNa have to rely on getting a bunch of help from other teams. That's just it's never ever An ideal situation really. It's it's it's as good as it could be right now For Raider Fan. Now I do you WANNA spend a few minutes here just kind of Looking at looking ahead to Those four to five teams that I mentioned. I WANNA take a look at their schedules and comment on them so we'll start with the Let's start with the colts else. Okay they're currently the seventh seeds. I'm just GonNa Kinda Goin' order. As a as they're seated the colts have games remaining with the Jaguars. Texans listens the titans. The box the Saints Panthers and they finish off with the JAGS. That is not going to be easy. Good luck with that colts not an easy role that road all remaining for the colts Jacoby is back this week from that. Knee injury again. I'm not as concerned with the colts. Be just because of that tiebreaker. Scenario the steelers their schedule looks much more manageable manageable With games against the bengals the browns again the cardinals the bills jets and Ravens and their ear. Now keep keep in mind. They will be without their starting center for the next three games due to that suspension From that fight MARQUEES Pouncey let's see He's GonNa be out the next three games. And you know he he's. He's a very good offense alignment for them And they're already there. Backup quarterback Mason Rudolph so and he looked atrocious atrocious on Thursday night football Tennessee. Who beat the chiefs last week will face? The Jaguars The the colts there at the raiders the following week Texans Saints and the Texans again. That's tough stretch there. Those last four games they will not be easy for the titans The Jaguars who will beginning back. Nick foles this week. Face the Colts Titans Bucks chargers raiders. Fokin's Colt so what you're what you're hearing here. Is that you you know if you follow their closely the AFC South Division. We'll we'll pretty much sort itself out. They got a lot of head to head games. The jags titans colts have have a few head to head games with each each other. So they're going to be beaten up on each other and and you know they're gonNa see if someone can Can Catch the raiders. And you know just for the heck of it I do want to take a look. The bills remaining schedule Kind of a mixed bag here for the bills. They have three easy ones left with the dolphins. The broncos the jets that's too too difficult games with with the Ravens and the Patriots and and then one kind of so so match up. You never know what you're going to get with the steelers so so again. What does this all mean you know? I could see the raiders going highs the four seat now winning division. It's possibility I mean it sounds crazy. I know but they could and I could also see them squeaking into the playoffs as a wildcard cart team. You know in in the five seed or the six seed kind depending on what what happens with buffalo so bottom line. Here is the raiders. They have it all right there for the taking. It's it's all right there for them in the next six weeks The schedule it's favorable. It's all kind of set up perfectly for them. They need to go out and take care of business. That's the bottom line when we return from this quick break. I'm going to be going over the Friday injury.

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Bengals, Cincinnati And Cincinnati Enquirer discussed on Chicago's Business Authority Program

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Bengals, Cincinnati And Cincinnati Enquirer discussed on Chicago's Business Authority Program

"Bengals star receiver AJ green went down with an injury while going down the sideline for a pass in Cincinnati's first training camp practice yesterday the Cincinnati Enquirer reports that the possible left ankle

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"An open records request the batch of text messages. That were sent from Dwight Tillery to PG filled in window young a glimpse into what Jason Williams with Cincinnati inquirer describes what many had speculated for years about the former mayor he was on a behind the scenes power trip trying to control city business long after he loves city hall. Well council this week, which nobody really took time to notice. Everyone's talking about the text message council voted eight zero to increase the center for closing the healthcare budget. Seven hundred fifty thousand dollars more. So actually the health gap will get fifty eight thousand more than it did last year from the city. As Jason Williams writes, never mind ungoing, public concerns about the organization's effectiveness in how it spends the money. The founder of that group of courses Twi Tillery before. Just hours after the news broke Wednesday, but Dwight Tillery had threatened civil unrest in text to some council members last year. During the class between mayor cranley and the former city manager Harry black. So, so basically do I totally. At the point of the bully pulpit. Threatening to foment civil unrest, unless the city council does his bidding and it happened again. It happened again this past week who's really running things. City hall, and why is it perpetually so screwed up? I think we've got some more insight into that now. I think we have a little bit more insight into that. Sorry. We gotta take a break. We'll go to snapper saloon the breakfast, Jerry roundtable, and just a moment, and Steve sheltie joins us after the news, which is mere moments away, on seven hundred w bluecross blueshield believe.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Or deliver a century almost. Yeah, yeah. To Cincinnati, inquirer route. So I was always been always been working, and of course, I've got I have a weekend thing on this art gallery. So I've been last seven years, I've been doing about seven days a week. So it's time to. Slow it down a little bit grandkids of sic. Best friend want to spend more time with chunky. I just, you know, more times, a family, and friends, and, and maybe some new opportunities who knows how gathering news and reporting news chain over the right over the course of here. I went from an F M station that had the little. Print printers dot matrix, printers. Yes. L W. All right. I'm coming to the big one. This is great my dad's all you got to work there. You know, Trump is there. It's the big one thousand watts, we had the World War, Two teletype, sort of, you know, with the brighter things going in the background the made that funky Sal used to here in the old movies. Yeah, yeah. We had three of those in a room and you had to rip the paper, I mean it was like stepping back in his also like national news, or whatever Detroit, or say, here's a story and ship it out get it. And that was the liar. It was the AP y or, you know, just, just in, you know, like in the old movies, right? That's what we had. I mean, now, we changed it rarely Michaels came in and changed all that. But initially that's what we had. I thought I was going back in time. So obviously, now everything comes through the internet. So, you know, we use the poor own sound, you know, when ABC would feed something, we'd have to put it on tape, or a cart, or real real. Well, and yeah, so it's much easier and yet put those tapes in the car, and then put them on all done by licensing razor described that because I say is talked about that, when you had to splice you interview somebody call up, and you do have interviewed it's a real real to at the, you know, the some people still use because it's a lot of sound. You're gonna put it on for a party for twelve hours. You know you have that real to reel, so you do it, you'd stop and you'd have to sit there, pull the tape out, cut it put some tape on and, and literally spice it spliced tape you head editing tape and you had razor blades everywhere you always had to have some fresh razor razor blades ready. That that is. Mass the everything's done and all that. It's, it's, it's been great L things have changed actually Jeff Henderson. Join us here in the show talking about his retirement after thirty six years or seven hundred w w Jeff zuri? He looked back all the stories you covered over all the years. Can you give us one day or when some news broke that you always remember nine eleven I'll never forget it describe what happened like when that news came in and how you received it and all that. I was driving in. And I heard Brian go to ABC news, because they thought a plane had accidentally floated into the towers, and then when the second plane hit, I wasn't here, yet, I do something that we're under attack. And then, of course that same year we just came off riots in downtown Cincinnati. So two thousand one was a crazy year. Right, right. Yeah. Those, those Republicans the, the biggest ones force tornadoes elections. I mean, there's been a lot of different how many elections have you covered cashew. So what am I, I hear was covering Reagan on fountain square? Tracy Pratt sent me down to, to cover Ronald Reagan on rain came down, though, cover. I covered Ronald Reagan more than because he was about. Of course, he was in for eight years. But I mean he he was a lot of in Columbus here in Cincinnati. Yeah, wow. I think I covered every president either officer out. Off its except for Bush to except for. Okay. Yeah. Is there any correlation between new retiring now before the election or no? Absolutely not. Lately has to do with the calendar. Absolutely. We've had so many great people. And that's that's the best part of the job. When the story it was all the people. Right. Most the a lot of the people you see on TV came through year, Andrews setters and, and, and the names go on and on, you got any, you got any just memories of interactions with people here. I mean getting you're talking Willie your. Oh, he's just stand out as being funnier significant. Oh, you know, I mean, we're all friends and you know that you've been around our newsroom of we get together all the time outside of the office. So I had Christmas parties for years, that we're a blast and people still show up that have not been here for twenty years. I it's, it's just a great a great friendship and the people here have just been wonderful. What do you think you'll miss the most on Friday when you leave and you wake up on Monday, and you don't come in? What do you think you'll miss the most that day, the every day back and forth because Matt, Matt REEs, Brian combs that I will pass two weeks ever since I noticed that was retiring just been storytelling. And so, I'll miss L miss that, of course, we're going to get together. But right. All miss that in in. Yep. Jack. And then there's this been it's, it's incredible friendships. Now it's funny you say that because I mean look, I retired from the NFL and any player what you. Do you miss? It's not the games. It's not though. It's all it's the locker room. It's way. Jeff, you'll missile locker room. Is is. Well, how do you think social media has impacted news over the over the course of your career specifically last ten years? Well, it's, it's, it's another resource obviously. But I think it's, it's in somebody else me this when it comes to, like, meeting people. You don't meet people like the movie stars. And they don't go out on the road much anymore. Everybody. Everything's done social media wise in promotions of whatever. So you don't see as many people, will you stay have all sorts of people here, you know, James Brown. Yeah. You met so many people coming through and doing the circuits, there's no more circuits. It's all based out either Hollywood or wherever they're based. So the promotion wise, I missed that, because that was fun to see those kind of people the famous people. But, you know, information wise, it's, it's, it's been a plus is, is social media, though, in terms of how people get their news in the is a is a newsman is, is that good or is it bad? What your which people's you know how they receive news is changed. It's, it's really a heads up because there's no confirmation, and you got to confirm things. So and you know what? Confirm the crazy. Thank you for doing that, because most people don't you don't have to be accurate. You got to be I say. So and so is saying this, and we're not sure that it's true. And it's as good for right? Absolutely. So Jeff lashed. I'll ask you and you appreciate spend some time with what's, what's next for you. I mean I, I know you won't just you know you got the art gallery but anything else you're planning on doing a trip. Yours wanted to go on anything like no. Not. Really? I I'm going to see where it takes me. If if an opportunity comes across, I, I may do it. I mean a farm that I got to catch up on because I've been working so hard on two different projects. But after, you know, maybe a year after I get caught up on everything and spend some time with family and friends and get everything done. I might look around and pick something else up who knows. Very good. We'll Jeff look again. I've worked here long time. But again, been listening to you longtime, I appreciate your professional, you are. And just I just really admire. How you go about your day, so there, thank you for, for showing that to me. And thank you for all you've done for the tri-state. Thank you. Jeff anderson. Everybody us so let's do this. How about we? We turn onto a topic how have how's your job changed over the years. You know, say you work a certain place for a while and times, change technology changes and you've had to adapt with a tons. We'll take your calls on that and much more next, but I hit some traffic rob when he got from these e health traffic center at UC health. 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Rachael Ray's Natural Dog Food Brand Contains Potentially Harmful Herbicide, Lawsuit Claims

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

Rachael Ray's Natural Dog Food Brand Contains Potentially Harmful Herbicide, Lawsuit Claims

"Are happening in five states today including a special congressional election in Ohio, democrat Danny O'Connor is facing off against Republican ROY ballers balls Hurson for Ohio's twelfth. District congressional seat it's a solid Republican district but the, racist. Said to be neck and neck President Trump recently traveled to Ohio to hold a campaign rally for balder. Sohn Jesse bomber is a reporter at the Cincinnati inquirer Danny O'Connor has really tried to appeal to both. Democrats. And Republicans he kind of passed to in the seat whereas it seems like Troy balder sin. Is really relying, on those. Republican voters to turn out for him, voters are also heading to the. Polls in Michigan Kansas Missouri in Washington state select candidates for November's midterm elections. Celebrity chef Rachel Ray is facing a five million dollar lawsuit a. New York man claims the labeling on rachel ray nutrition dog food is false deceptive and misleading the packaging tout's no artificial flavors or preservatives but the lawsuit argues that the dog food contains the chemical herbicides used in brands like round up the company that makes the dog food says it's reviewing the claim but stands behind the quality of its products and nonstop service we need tampa and l._a._x. on south west airlines started today the airline which serves thirty four percent of passengers at t._i._a._a. will fly once a day from the bay area to los angeles three zero five at newsradio nine seventy w._f._l. a whether snack s._r._p. invoice list price dealer price toby knapp here if your car shopping you've probably heard these terms but what do they mean it's so confusing well it was confusing not anymore let me tell you about true price from truecar it's a price that actually means something because it's the exact price you'll pay for the car you want including fees and accessories and best of all you'll know if you're true prices competitive because truecar shows you what other people are paying for the same car that you want so when you're ready.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I feel like that's never going to happen again mike i'll tell you this how old i am i covered my first draft in nineteen eighty four i was a writer in cincinnati and i covered the bengals and the day before the draft happened i went into interview sam white coach the bengals and i said hey sam i want a little bit of help on who you might draft well obviously in those days there was no no internet no no no anything and so i could write a story in the cincinnati inquirer that people in cleveland and new york in l a unless they got on the phone and and you know and and read my story nobody would know what i was writing in these other cities sam white told me basically yeah in the first round we're gonna take they had three ones that year he said in the first round we're gonna take ricky boomer esiason and brian blade house and white literally they ended up taking ricky hunley brian lados in the first round and then boomer in the second and he went through the whole draft and i wrote it and my boss looked at me like oh my god i just hired somebody to cover the team of walks on water and i said i just ask the coach who they're going to pick and he told me yeah nothing nothing like that now because everyone is guarded in anything everyone says instantly is out there and when it comes to the quarterbacks you know i'm starting to send separation between baker mayfield josh allen sam darnold josh rosen there's a belief that rosen maybe slides what do you make of the conundrum that is josh rosen i think it is a total huge pile of crap it makes me it it gets me kicked off in stronger language than that because and i wrote this at the time mike i believe that josh rosen has been the victim of a whisper campaign and you know three scout starts thinking well you know maybe he doesn't love football he's got all these other interests he wears the anti trump had to play golf he puts a hot tub in his room he's a loose cannon he's this i.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Cincinnati enquirer reporting that former house speaker john banner is partnering with his alma mater xavier university he's going to be opening up a public policy institute that will bear his name and senate democrats are demanding answers from the pentagon on the estimated cost in the amount of time spent to put together a military parade that president trump has requested fill wrecker of the washington post broke the story he'll be joining us later this hour we begin though on the senate floor with senate republican leader mitch mcconnell he knows details on this senate budget agreement by red thrown out that are bipartisan back i'm all negotiations on defense spending at other priorities have yielded agreement i want to thank my friend the democratic leader of joining move this afternoon for the productive discussions that have generated this proposal the compromise weaver each will ensure that for the first time in years our armed forces will have more of the resources they need to keep america safe it will help us serve the veterans who bravely served us and it will ensure funding for important efforts such as disaster relief infrastructure and building on our work to fight opioid abuse and drug addiction this bill is the product of extensive negotiations among congressional leaders and the white house no one would suggest it is perfect but we worked hard to find common ground stay focused on serving the american people first and foremost this bipartisan agreement will unwind the sequester cuts that have hamstrung our armed forces and jeopardize our national security secretary mattis said quote no enemy in the field as done more harm to the readiness of our military than sequestration for years my colleagues on the senate armed services committee led by german john mccain at spoken out about these damaging cuts in the face of continuing at emerging threats these cuts have left us unable to realize the potential of our missile defense capabilities the acquittal down our conventional forces leg an undue burden on forward deployed personnel and their families and then shrunk our fleet to its lowest shipped out in nearly three decades we have an oscar men and women in uniform to do less fourcountry we've just force them to make do with less than a date the senate's republican leader mitch mcconnell and writers has this headline us congressional leaders forge a budget deal that adds to the deficit spending an additional three hundred billion dollars over.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

"A fifty thousand square foot greenhouse on that site ohio's medical marijuana law passed last year columbus police chief kim jacobs makes a plea to us city council committee for more money as a city deals with a road near record number of homicide is draining of our homicide detectives that i don't know is this a spike for one year if it's this make her many years late night murder scene in south columbus police investigating a murder at a homicide vigil abc six the steve levine on that part of the road near barth ran avenue remains closed as police continue to do their detective work related to these shootings more than twelve hours after the deadly shooting happened here near barth men avenue thirty two year old chas robertson was gunned down three others were shot including a nine year old girl the shooting victims expected to be okay it is the second murder on barth main avenue in two days when a man was murdered in the same spot witnesses tell us gunfire erupted during a candlelight vigil last night four that victim who died monday afternoon so far 133 homicides in columbus may be seeing its deadliest year ever yet to be seen though one hundred thirty nine people were killed in the city back in 1992 a southern ohio coroner kid i'll be forced to release all all the information in the autopsy reports of the road in family murders case that in a forty three ruling by ohio supreme court justices the calmest dispatch and the cincinnati enquirer suits separately for full access to the autopsy results stemming from last april's murders of seven adults and a teenage boy all were found shot to death in four homes near piked and but authorities want to keep some of that information private saying that releasing it could compromise their investigation what's more the coroner says victim's relatives raised concerns about sharing details of how their loved ones died kim stevens news radio 610 wtvn and accurate area woman is charged with murder after husband's remains were found in a storage container inside their house march that eubank was taken into custody after her husband's.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

"A fifty thousand square foot greenhouse on that site ohio's medical marijuana law passed last year columbus police chief kim jacobs makes a plea to us city council committee for more money as a city deals with a road near record number of homicide is draining of our homicide detectives that i don't know is this a spike for one year if it's this make her many years late night murder scene in south columbus police investigating a murder at a homicide vigil abc six the steve levine on that part of the road near barth ran avenue remains closed as police continue to do their detective work related to these shootings more than twelve hours after the deadly shooting happened here near barth men avenue thirty two year old chas robertson was gunned down three others were shot including a nine year old girl the shooting victims expected to be okay it is the second murder on barth main avenue in two days when a man was murdered in the same spot witnesses tell us gunfire erupted during a candlelight vigil last night four that victim who died monday afternoon so far 133 homicides in columbus may be seeing its deadliest year ever yet to be seen though one hundred thirty nine people were killed in the city back in 1992 a southern ohio coroner kid i'll be forced to release all all the information in the autopsy reports of the road in family murders case that in a forty three ruling by ohio supreme court justices the calmest dispatch and the cincinnati enquirer suits separately for full access to the autopsy results stemming from last april's murders of seven adults and a teenage boy all were found shot to death in four homes near piked and but authorities want to keep some of that information private saying that releasing it could compromise their investigation what's more the coroner says victim's relatives raised concerns about sharing details of how their loved ones died kim stevens news radio 610 wtvn and accurate area woman is charged with murder after husband's remains were found in a storage container inside their house march that eubank was taken into custody after her husband's.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

"A fifty thousand square foot greenhouse on that site ohio's medical marijuana law passed last year columbus police chief kim jacobs makes a plea to us city council committee for more money as a city deals with a road near record number of homicide is draining of our homicide detectives that i don't know is this a spike for one year if it's this make her many years late night murder scene in south columbus police investigating a murder at a homicide vigil abc six the steve levine on that part of the road near barth ran avenue remains closed as police continue to do their detective work related to these shootings more than twelve hours after the deadly shooting happened here near barth men avenue thirty two year old chas robertson was gunned down three others were shot including a nine year old girl the shooting victims expected to be okay it is the second murder on barth main avenue in two days when a man was murdered in the same spot witnesses tell us gunfire erupted during a candlelight vigil last night four that victim who died monday afternoon so far 133 homicides in columbus may be seeing its deadliest year ever yet to be seen though one hundred thirty nine people were killed in the city back in 1992 a southern ohio coroner kid i'll be forced to release all all the information in the autopsy reports of the road in family murders case that in a forty three ruling by ohio supreme court justices the calmest dispatch and the cincinnati enquirer suits separately for full access to the autopsy results stemming from last april's murders of seven adults and a teenage boy all were found shot to death in four homes near piked and but authorities want to keep some of that information private saying that releasing it could compromise their investigation what's more the coroner says victim's relatives raised concerns about sharing details of how their loved ones died kim stevens news radio 610 wtvn and accurate area woman is charged with murder after husband's remains were found in a storage container inside their house march that eubank was taken into custody after her husband's deteriorated remains were found saturday i'm jarrett allen your abc six first warning.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

"A fifty thousand square foot greenhouse on that site ohio's medical marijuana law passed last year columbus police chief kim jacobs makes a plea to us city council committee for more money as a city deals with a road near record number of homicide is draining of our homicide detectives that i don't know is this a spike for one year if it's this make her many years late night murder scene in south columbus police investigating a murder at a homicide vigil abc six the steve levine on that part of the road near barth ran avenue remains closed as police continue to do their detective work related to these shootings more than twelve hours after the deadly shooting happened here near barth men avenue thirty two year old chas robertson was gunned down three others were shot including a nine year old girl the shooting victims expected to be okay it is the second murder on barth main avenue in two days when a man was murdered in the same spot witnesses tell us gunfire erupted during a candlelight vigil last night four that victim who died monday afternoon so far 133 homicides in columbus may be seeing its deadliest year ever yet to be seen though one hundred thirty nine people were killed in the city back in 1992 a southern ohio coroner kid i'll be forced to release all all the information in the autopsy reports of the road in family murders case that in a forty three ruling by ohio supreme court justices the calmest dispatch and the cincinnati enquirer suits separately for full access to the autopsy results stemming from last april's murders of seven adults and a teenage boy all were found shot to death in four homes near piked and but authorities want to keep some of that information private saying that releasing it could compromise their investigation what's more the coroner says victim's relatives raised concerns about sharing details of how their loved ones died kim stevens news radio 610 wtvn and accurate area woman is charged with murder after husband's remains were found in a storage container inside their house march that eubank was taken into custody after her husband's deteriorated remains were found saturday i'm jarrett allen your abc six first warning.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

"A fifty thousand square foot greenhouse on that site ohio's medical marijuana law passed last year columbus police chief kim jacobs makes a plea to us city council committee for more money as a city deals with a road near record number of homicide is draining of our homicide detectives that i don't know is this a spike for one year if it's this make her many years late night murder scene in south columbus police investigating a murder at a homicide vigil abc six the steve levine on that part of the road near barth ran avenue remains closed as police continue to do their detective work related to these shootings more than twelve hours after the deadly shooting happened here near barth men avenue thirty two year old chas robertson was gunned down three others were shot including a nine year old girl the shooting victims expected to be okay it is the second murder on barth main avenue in two days when a man was murdered in the same spot witnesses tell us gunfire erupted during a candlelight vigil last night four that victim who died monday afternoon so far 133 homicides in columbus may be seeing its deadliest year ever yet to be seen though one hundred thirty nine people were killed in the city back in 1992 a southern ohio coroner kid i'll be forced to release all all the information in the autopsy reports of the road in family murders case that in a forty three ruling by ohio supreme court justices the calmest dispatch and the cincinnati enquirer suits separately for full access to the autopsy results stemming from last april's murders of seven adults and a teenage boy all were found shot to death in four homes near piked and but authorities want to keep some of that information private saying that releasing it could compromise their investigation what's more the coroner says victim's relatives raised concerns about sharing details of how their loved ones died kim stevens news radio 610 wtvn and accurate area woman is charged with murder after husband's remains were found in a storage container inside their house march that eubank was taken into custody after her husband's deteriorated remains were found saturday i'm jarrett allen your abc six first warning.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on WTVN

"A fifty thousand square foot greenhouse on that site ohio's medical marijuana law passed last year columbus police chief kim jacobs makes a plea to us city council committee for more money as a city deals with a road near record number of homicide is draining of our homicide detectives that i don't know is this a spike for one year if it's this make her many years late night murder scene in south columbus police investigating a murder at a homicide vigil abc six the steve levine on that part of the road near barth ran avenue remains closed as police continue to do their detective work related to these shootings more than twelve hours after the deadly shooting happened here near barth men avenue thirty two year old chas robertson was gunned down three others were shot including a nine year old girl the shooting victims expected to be okay it is the second murder on barth main avenue in two days when a man was murdered in the same spot witnesses tell us gunfire erupted during a candlelight vigil last night four that victim who died monday afternoon so far 133 homicides in columbus may be seeing its deadliest year ever yet to be seen though one hundred thirty nine people were killed in the city back in 1992 a southern ohio coroner kid i'll be forced to release all all the information in the autopsy reports of the road in family murders case that in a forty three ruling by ohio supreme court justices the calmest dispatch and the cincinnati enquirer suits separately for full access to the autopsy results stemming from last april's murders of seven adults and a teenage boy all were found shot to death in four homes near piked and but authorities want to keep some of that information private saying that releasing it could compromise their investigation what's more the coroner says victim's relatives raised concerns about sharing details of how their loved ones died kim stevens news radio 610 wtvn and accurate area woman is charged with murder after husband's remains were found in a storage container inside their house march that eubank was taken into custody after her husband's deteriorated remains were found saturday i'm jarrett allen your abc six first warning.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Still could miss week one don't renault williams being very late lows we'll we'll wait and find out we still have a monthonmonth thea jd okay well atas run this is from the cincinnati enquirer yet jeremy hill out of the cincinnati enquirer this morning reports of him the belief is that start all season unless he's hurt or absolutely terrible there what constitutes terrible ploisraeli agreement greenhouse was terrible i didn't style lewis roddick new good carries same situation here as you have in seattle plane situation you've got well it's you got a different but you got big boy goal line you've got morse may be more spry more athletic and then you've got their down guy and uber not natural mixing can do it all the and that's why it's different yet and that makes sense as opposed to like rawls who can't necessarily do that mixing candle at all but they're not going to use him in access for no reason right so he there has to be otherworldly compared to hill or hill asked to be hurt to have the kind of first year joe mix in where the adp was going relevance mit mix and still right now going back in the third round and that is that too high he lung vetter you could offer you could grab him at the back of the third and he could explode and takeover and become the next levy on bell because he's got the talent but the probability of him being uh that any kind of balch out is getting slimmer and slimmer close to non right now and so i i i'm moving mix and down in my rankings and that's coming from someone who you know completely believes in his talent there's just there's there's there's less opportunity for touches right now and that offense and eat you know that's a prerequisite for scoring famous and we talked a little bit about this yesterday with the doubt incurred joe mixing discussion at the end of the running back ranking show so i i agree completely all right guys let's talk wide receivers.

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"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"cincinnati enquirer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"At spain southwest tape is one of europe the most important wetlands home to six million migratory birds and the endangered iberian lynx it's also under constant threat of summertime drought and spain has been suffering a heatwave the fire broke out late saturday in an area of pine forest adjacent to the park boundary no word yet on the cause nearby homes in at least two hotels enlarge campgrounds have been evacuated spanish tvs airing footage of cars lined up along in evacuation route in the dark the sky aglow with fire a scene hauntingly reminiscent of neighboring portugal last week where sixty four people died in another fire hundreds of firefighters are battling the flames in dawn yana friend pierre news on learn fire in madrid read this is npr in newcastle england six people are injured after a credit card ran over a curb and into pedestrians gathered to celebrate the end of islam's holy month of ramadan police say they do not believe the incident as an act of terror in cincinnati elvis presley fans of a certain age are remembering his concert their forty years ago today as kabeer bhatia of member station w k s you reports they didn't know it would be one of his last more than seventeen thousand people derby to riverfront coliseum now called us bank arena for what would turn out to be elvis was second last concert rowsley arrived late telling the crowd was due to dental problems the shokhin with the end of almost two months of constant during the king of rock and rose performance i was described this quote loose and lighthearted by the cincinnati enquirer a far cry from seoul oppressors other nineteen 77 shows were most reviewers were noting the singer's on healthy appearance after cincinnati elvis flew to indianapolis and played what would be his final show on june twenty six who died seven weeks later at age forty two just hours before he scheduled to begin another tour for npr news i'm kabeer bhatia the supreme court is expected to wrap up its term tomorrow with a decision on a religious rites case the case from surrey involves state limits on public funding for private religious schools funds that are available to nonreligious private schools the ruling could impact the separation of church and state i'm barbara klein npr news.

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