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Addressing Racial Inequities in Maternal Health
"Want to know you before you get pregnant so that when you get pregnant. You are automatically celebrated. You don't need to be heterosexual married and of age to be celebrated when you get pregnant. We a black babies coming into the world and that is a joy to us a celebration to us and so if we know you we can get you set up for joy celebrating but also prenatal care so there's like this piece of work that's like a normal natural reality that mary's itself very easily once you have relationship with people to supporting a healthy pregnancy and birth. That's dr meredith shockley smith. She's the director of community strategies for cradle cincinnati a collaborative organization working to reduce infant mortality in hamilton county while her work is centered in ohio. This is a national problem in america. Black mothers and their children are dying at a staggering rate according to a twenty nine thousand nine. Cdc report black babies are over two times more likely to die than white children. Black mothers account for three times as many deaths as their white asian or hispanic counterparts and the story has gotten some attention in the press but the message is not always reaching the people who need to hear it most. It seems as if because it's in the national news at that means everybody knows but if you're in the corners of the earth and you watch netflix for the most part and you work excessive days necessarily coming through the news and you're also not trying to hear that like horrible sad story and then figure out how to divorce yourself your physical body that you're already struggling already experienced racism in and then they let me just also consume that the likelihood that may be will die. I will die like extremely high. It's a lot but the responsibility to fix. This problem should not fall on black women. Shoulders alone policymakers. In healthcare professionals have a lot of work to
University of Cincinnati Student Dies; Cause of Death Under Investigation
"Under investigation after he allegedly received the Johnson and Johnson Cove in 19 vaccine 21 year old John fully got the vaccine and a mass vaccination side on you Cease campus, according to Fox, 19 Foley was found dead by his roommate Sunday afternoon. Hamilton County corner confirming she has been in contact with the Ohio Department of Health but is waiting on medical records in additional test results before determining the cause of death. Foley is from Columbus. And was studying to become a doctor at U. C.
5 indicted in series of connected slayings across Cincinnati
"Announcing today that five people, including a 14, year old boy have been indicted in connection to a serious of killings across the Cincinnati area that are linked. Four people have been killed, three others wounded over a 19 day period. 21 year old Carl Godfrey 18 28 year old Jason Gray 30 year old Mario Gordon, 49, year old Thanh and ABN it and the 14 year old all being charged with aggravated murder, murder, Felonious assault in additional charges. Not recorded in an ABN it are being held at the county Justice Center. The teen is that the juvenile detention center grave, was arrested in Mississippi and will be extradited back to Hamilton County. The string of killings happening between January 21st in February 18th in Hamilton County most happening in Cincinnati. For 2000 to cover 19
Ex-Loveland police officer indicted on rape, sexual battery charges, prosecutor says
"G'kar, A former Loveland police officer has now been indicted on several counts of rape and sexual assault Police Officer Anthony but court was indicted Monday on eight counts of rape and eight counts of sexual battery. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters making the announcement. The court is accused of raping a man while he was unconscious. The victim is said to have been intoxicated. And unable to give his consent of accord he's being held. The Hamilton County Justice Center at this time on a $1 million Bond theaters office, in a statement said they are concerned other victims up accords might be out there. They ask anyone who may have been victimized by him to contact the Hamilton County sheriff's office at 513595 74
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is 31 degrees. Hamilton County has a new treasurer making history in the process. Former city Councilman Charlie Wind Burn has been appointed county treasurer by the Hamilton County Republican Party. According to the party chairman. He's the first African American to be the county's treasurer in the 230 years of Hamilton County history when Burn, ran for the position last year and lost to Democrat Jill Schiller by less than 2% points. Her term begins in September. And because the current treasurer Robert Gehring, is a newly elected Hamilton County Common Pleas Court judge starting Thursday, February the 11th That left the county with a job to fill. They say they didn't consider anyone else for the job, naming the Mount airy native to the temporary position. Hi. Sandy Collins news radio 700 wlw The Ohio Department of Health Reporting over 3500 Corona virus cases today as there were also anyone new desk there were 139 You hospitalizations, along with 11 new ICU admissions for the fifth straight day. Current hospitalizations for covert in Ohio below 2500. The current number of covered patients in hospitals as of today was 2030. Just under 2000. New cases were reported and Kentucky by Governor Andy Bashir's office. New Daily desk remain high 49 more Kentucky and sighing due to the virus, and more than 4000 in the state have now died during the pandemic. The positivity rate again dropping now at 8.7%. College basketball, and Kubot, Milwaukee, 79 to 65 after beating them. On Friday, the middle the Miami RedHawks losing a Buffalo 88 64, Kentucky had an eight point lead at halftime but fell to number 11 Tennessee, 80 to 71 in Lexington. Coming up tomorrow. You see will host you see up here on his radio 700 wlw. Coverage begins at 11 35 to Buffett Noon NFL awards being handed out tonight. Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been named The Associated Press Most valuable Player for the third time in his career and wanted easily receiving 44. The 50 votes cast. NFL Hall of Fame. 2021 class has been announced. Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson, Tom Flores, Drew Pearson. Alan Panic, a Calvin Johnson John Lynch are in that class and also late Pittsburgh Steelers scalp Bill None. As a contributor will also be enshrined in Canton. Super Bowl 55 is tomorrow night as the defending champion. Kansas City Chiefs will face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Kick office at 6 30. Right here on the Big One. Our next update is at 11 30. I'm Sean Gallagher news radio 700. Wlw prescription opioids can be addictive and dangerous. Opioid pain medication took everything that I had nothing mattered more than getting my fix. Was on the verge of being homeless. My house was.
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"Or If you live in Hamilton County, you can simply call to 11. The Cincinnati Public School district says they remain committed to returning students to the classroom early next month. This past weekend, board President Caroline Jones said that she supports moving towards getting kids back into buildings despite Hamilton County going to level for purple status last week. A recent draft proposal is February the first as a return date for pre K through third grade the 15th for fourth through eighth grade and then March the first as a return date for students in high school. Meanwhile, Milford High School is switching to a remote learning model due to surging coronavirus cases. The district says high school students will start live virtual classes tomorrow, and we'll follow their regular school schedule. Brown County Bar busted over the weekend for violating coronavirus related health orders are amount or of was sighted over the weekend for serving alcohol passed the state's 10 o'clock curfew, according to the Ohio investigative Unit, the bar on South I street and lock their doors and allowed guests to enter just before 11 o'clock on Saturday night. Agents along with the mountain or police department say they saw around 40. People inside the bar was cited for disorderly conduct, and now they're going to go before the Ohio Liquor Control Commission for Potential penalties. Seven bars in Ohio were sighted overnight on Saturday. I'm Sara Lee Soo's radio 700 WLW could see some flurries today. The forecast is next. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per month and disability compensation and tens of thousands for college tuition. These are just some of the U. S Department of Veterans Affairs. Benefits that may be available to veterans via is focused on customer service. Like never before. Choose via and see why Veterans trust in via reached an all.
Hamilton County leaders frustrated with slow vaccine rollout
"Next week, elderly Ohioans will start receiving Corona virus vaccines. But Hamilton County Commissioner Denise Treehouses frustrated they haven't completed the first phase of vaccinations of medical professionals and others before moving into this second phase. City public health and county public health are both getting about 500 doses of peace. The hospital systems are collectively getting about 7000 doses or so. Do the math. I mean, that's not near enough doses to complete one A and start to finish out folks that are 80 80 and over, they'll give out the vaccinations as they receive the doses. The health Commissioner Greg Testerman says nobody's going to be skipped, though we will begin phase one b But we will not forget those in one, eh? We will continue providing vaccine for those individuals. But starting next week, we will start trying to get some 80 year olds vaccinated and to get to get that older population, the protection they need against this virus. We're gonna learn more about the logistics on this as Commissioner Drea House, the mayor of Cincinnati and the hospital's plan, a news conference Friday. To talk about this next phase.
Louisville cop shot during Breonna Taylor raid files suit against her boyfriend
"Jonathan Jonathan Madeline Madeline was was shot shot in in the the leg leg during during the the deadly deadly raid raid that that killed killed Briana Briana Taylor. Taylor. Now Now he's he's filed filed a a lawsuit lawsuit against against Taylor's Taylor's boyfriend, boyfriend, Kenneth Kenneth Walker, who fired the bullet, they say Walker says police kicked in the door without identifying themselves ABC Steve Austin. Sami has more. Walker isn't the only person who says he didn't hear police announced themselves. This was an apartment complex, and there were other neighbors who say they didn't know that these were the police, either. This is an unfortunate and tragic case that will now Drag through the courts. There is still a question of who fired the shot. Forensic evidence hasn't been able to prove that Walker's bullet hit Mattingly, according to published reports. Walker's attorneys overnight say that they are shocked and this is the latest in the cycle of Police aggression, deflection of responsibility and obstruction of the fax visitation is today for Corporal and MacMillan. The funeral tomorrow is private. Today the family will receive Mourners from 1 to 5 o'clock. At Spring Grove funeral homes on Spring Grove Avenue, the 19 year veteran of the family of the county Sheriff's Office here in Hamilton County will be laid to rest. Tomorrow at Arlington Memorial Gardens after procession that begins around noon on Spring Grove Avenue this
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"And Hamilton County with the 10 30 report. I'm Sarah Lease breaking now. Hamilton County could become the first county in Ohio today to move up to the highest public health emergency level because of surging cove. In 19 cases, the new heat map for the state will be released at two o'clock. Ohio governor Mike DeWine says even if the county does go to purple, he's not going to be ordering any new shutdowns. Wine said the spread is coming from informal gatherings with family and friends, and he goes on to say that get togethers of any size should be put off until the current surge levels off. Lieutenant Governor John Houston joined Governor Mike DeWine on Wednesday to announce $5 billion in dividends to Ohio employers. He's the financial hardship brought on by the pandemic. This $5 billion announcement is truly going to be a game changing event, particularly in combination with those other. Levels of support for for many, many businesses in Ohio and this is gonna be for some of them the difference between staying open and closing, but even more cases whether somebody gets laid off for a gets to keep their job. This is the largest dividend ever issued by the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation on and now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC Help traffic center. You see health, probably serving of Cincinnati's leading adult organ transplant program for more than 50 years. Problems continue on the highways with the rain and the wet roads left lanes blocked off south bound 75 provable lateral and that it is enough to bank traffic into Lachlan. South bound 71. Crews are working with an accident that is over on the right hand side now. It's just before Ridge in that banks traffic past Red Bank then on self found 71. Below. Verona crews are working with an accident that blocks the left lane that traffic is backed up to the Walton. Ex Chuck Ingram News radio 700 WLW Now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. The rain will continue to fall this morning and turn a bit lighter this afternoon. But in all we're looking at 1 to 3 inches of rain here across the tri state and it is a nine first warning. Weather alert day temperatures are also slowly cooling to around 50 This afternoon tonight went under 39. Mostly cloudy and tomorrow only a high 51 is the sky turns partly cloudy from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News Radio 700 wlw. The radar is showing heavy rain across the tri state, and it's currently 47 degrees. The American economy grew at an annual rate of 33.1% during the third quarter of this year. The 33% GDP increases the largest ever quarterly growth since World War two and it follows the biggest ever dropped.
Hamilton County Could Soon Turn 'Purple' On Ohio's COVID-19 Advisory Map
"Tonight here at the highest numbers yet Lofgren, president and CEO of U. C. Health. County leaders concerned that Hamilton County could be elevated soon from red level status to the highest, which is purple State of
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I just want the Hamilton County residents to know we are already there, so I think what counts remember Seelbach has done is a good thing. I do. I think it's a good discussion. I think it's a fair discussion. But I think it's important to have the contact so that citizens don't believe that City Council has power. It doesn't have And I won't put this in perspective a little bit, too. In the Briana Taylor situation. There were more no knock warrants issued for that one raid, then in the entire Cincinnati area last year. Think about that. There is in fact, only three issued last year, There were four issue during the Briana Teyla rates like that kind of helps people imagine how how much better. We are at issue in these real quick before we go, Chris, I want to talk to you about Voter turnout is huge right now across the city for early voting, and I just want to get your opinion on seeing that happen and how things were going for you guys in terms of making sure you the City Council working with the county and make sure everything goes well during the democratic process. So let me say that this gives me I appreciate that Rachel the opportunity to say we have the best Board of election. Our staff in the United States of America. Hamilton County people who might not know this. We are a very important county. We are watched nationally. And so no matter how many people vote no matter how How high the voter turnout how low it is. We have a very professional staff at the board elections that I want to say they are prepared. They're ready and hands off to them. And people don't realize that R B O. We are board of elections is run. By Democrats and Republicans evenly so they're in there working together to get the to get the right count to two have transparency. Mom and I just can't say more more good things about them. I think that moves into Norwood was a great decision. I think that is being exposed. Meeting there was a big discussion about shoot the board of Elections. Moved. From downtown Cincinnati over to Norwood. Imagine if that was our location now we would not have the capacity for in order to have an orderly election. The way we're having it, I would say that citizens who are listening You got to get out and vote no matter what your party is. I'm an independent. I'm the only elected independent in in Hamilton County. No matter what my ho say about what? My political persuasion, right? They'll tell you. I'm everything. You nobody found it. But if I'm talking about supporting this issue, I sound like this person. If I say I'm supporting this issue, I sound like this party. But I'm the only elected independent in Hamilton County. But that being said, um, it's important that no matter where you are in Hamilton County, you should make sure that you participate in this election. My son just graduated from basic training on the 15th stations. Thank you. I'm so happy for him and the board of Elections is working with Caleb get him his ballot in Texas. Very professional, and Caleb will be able to cast his vote as an 18 year old for the first time and what I would say it's probably one of the most important elections of my life. And I think everybody should get out there and participate. Awesome Christmas sermon. Vice Mayor Thank you so much for Rachel. Talk to you again Very soon. You're the best. Thank you. And you take care now. As Christmas. Hermann always a pleasure to have him on honestly, one of my favorite people to talk to you, and I think you know what the fact that he is. An independent gets overlooked because he's one of the few people I can always count on to speak the truth. He's gonna give you an opinion on something, and I appreciate that so Always a pleasure to have him on. We're going to get into the news next after the break on 700 wlw. Scott Sloan show critics and listeners are giving slowly being fat thumbs up exactly with your journal.
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Hamilton County, says they're on it when it comes to schools are Health district has been working closely with school board superintendent's and others help make sure that they have the resource is necessary. Greg Testerman says They're reviewing plans with schools on stuff like spacing and seating charts. Plus, there's new info on kids on the Health Department's website. The website now includes age demographic data specific school age Children, so you can see the five to eat in range, Testerman says. They've added contact tracers to invest. Negate any school outbreaks, and the county will also provide P P E I'm Matt Reese News Radio 700 WLW President Trump, saying he now supports mail in voting, but only in the state of Florida. President Trump insisting on Fox News that Florida's mail in voting system is safe and secure. Part is different in the sense that it had been doing it. And they've had two very good governors, frankly and have an infrastructure that's taken years to build. This comes as his administration is suing Democratic State of Nevada for trying to expand its mail in voting program and as a liquid terra ABC NEWS Washington Former vice President Joe Biden will not accept the Democratic Party's nomination for president in Milwaukee. Instead, he'll do it remotely from his home state of Delaware. The DNC will now be entirely virtual, with key speakers delivering speeches from their home states. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that Democrats have given a little but very little. In his words and ongoing talks for a new Corona virus relief bill. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says If Senator McConnell has a problem with stimulus negotiations, then he ought to get in the room and participate. It's not believed that majority Republicans in the Senate are in agreement on a bill and it will likely need a number of votes from Democrats to past tens of millions of Americans. Have lost their added federal benefits in the last week from the expiration of the previous bill on Wall Street. Right now, the Dow is up 303 points. The NASDAQ Up 46 the S and P Up 19. I'm Jack Crumley, Our next update at two o'clock breaking news any time news Radio 700 W. Hi, Carol from Ella here. When we rescued Sadie, our shelter said she was a lab mix. But that didn't seem right because of all her energy, so we decided to test her DNA with embark. Turns out she's a border collie, Boxer and beagle mix suddenly say he made a lot more sense. Now we know she needs a lot of exercise, and we've even started agility training with her..
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The number of those testing positive throughout Hamilton County at 2502 active cases ready for the latest traffic and weather together this Sunday night just had a look at the traffic cameras and no major delays or accidents right now, on the freeway side streets looking good as well, if you do see an accident, or if you get stuck in traffic. Always give us a call for 216397 now latest forecast from the Advanced Dentistry Weather Center from social distancing and pre screening patients toe appropriate pp. Our focus remains on safety. Learn more at no fear. Dentist dot com slash patient safety guys still muggy out there and we could pick up an isolated shower. Our storm as the front moves over patches of fog by daybreak, the low 75 Not as human on Monday, but still hot. The high 90 degrees a chance of a few spotty showers and storms from years of the year by the station. I'm nine first morning, meteorologists Sherry he is these radio 700 wlw right now. Radar is looking good, though. If I zoom out radar showing some rain to the west of the Tri state, I'll keep an eye. On it For years, 73 degrees some of the most well known NFL stars, sending out a coordinated message over leg pandemic safety Mohr for maybe sees area over Chef Just days before the start of training camp, the NFL's biggest stars blitzing the league over Covitz safety concerns, complaining they haven't been informed of a plan to address testing and social distancing Drew Brees taking to Twitter, saying, If the NFL doesn't do their part to keep players healthy,.
Ohio's Hamilton County Commissioners approve resolution declaring racism a public health crisis
"Racism. A public health crisis in Hamilton County. With the designation comes specific steps the county can take to combat the crisis. It calls for a disparity study to be conducted to identify problems areas in health care, infant mortality, aural health and other areas and the Apple store. Ken would town center is closed because of the lingering covert 19 pandemic. The tech store in Montgomery had to temporarily shut down along with dozens of other locations. As it is working to slow the spread of the illness. Oh, I was unemployment rate dropped from 13.9% in May 2 10.9% in June. The Department of Jobs and Family Services says it is less than the nationwide rate of 11.1%. Although more than 35,000 people filed for unemployment in Ohio just last week, and if you are heading out this weekend, just a heads up, there's a lot of construction going on. You
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Lateral has been cleared no problem the latest forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW today and tomorrow will be in the eighties with feel like temperatures in the mid nineties today we'll have some scattered afternoon or evening showers and storms but Sunday will be a little bit more widespread at times receive your weather station on nine first warning meteorologist Austin Winfield news radio seven hundred WLW only rain we see right now is in central Indiana right now in the tri state seventy two degrees Columbus police say they solve that decades old murder case of a young girl eight year old Kelly M. Prosser kidnapped while walking home from her elementary school in nineteen eighty two her body was found a couple of days later now through new DNA evidence of the photo identified the killer who is deceased his name was Harold Warren Geral he died in nineteen ninety six the tech to say now that least they know what happened to their little girl an amber alert issued for that Youngstown girl yesterday cancelled the little baby one year old Nova Sheridan was found safe the tragic loss of life in Miami township a three year old boy drowned in a backyard swimming pool it happened in the three thousand block of citation lane the babysitter found that little boy in the water doing CPR took the boy to the hospital where the baby died at the sheriff's office there in Hamilton County is investigating that hi sandy Collins our next update coming up at ten on news radio seven hundred WLW Hey Alexa make me laugh getting seven hundred.
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Covered nineteen cases in Hamilton County and a half hour at that time we'll also hear from able to county health commissioner Greg Kasavin he'll be sharing a breakdown of complaints that they've received over businesses violating social distancing rules we'll have that live for you right here for the second time this week cable guy prosecutor Joe deters announcing an indictment in a death penalty case first it was the man charged in the death of Springdale police officer now it's a man arrested in the mass murders back in April the last serial killer I tried was Anthony Kirkland and he killed four people and about a two and a half year period also miles killed four people here in Hamilton County possibly in a short time is three to four hours murders miles is charged with date back to April in Avondale on Wall Street stock prices are opening the day mixed while the Dow is down ninety points the nasdaq's head thirty three our next update at ten I'm Brian told newsradio seven double doubles we need yeah in the restaurant to try their new getaway burger institution Barbour's probably ranks of the projections and bacon Hey and they will yeah the dynamite really rugged fresh runs for daylight burgers start actually bailable at participating.
Protests erupt in Minneapolis, Louisville
"Cities fires set by protesters angered by the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd they over ran a police precinct house and torched it A. B. C.'s Richard Reid stunned there are people behind us were just kind of watching silently taking pictures shocking scenes we have a police station on fire and you have a business on fire across the Mississippi River St Paul police say one hundred seventy buildings of either been torched deluded as to why this devolve so quickly university of Minnesota sociologist Keith amazing people are are not willing to hold their breaths this time they want to keep the pressure on county attorney Mike Freeman and the and the justice system just to make sure that they do the right thing the Hamilton County prosecutor in U. S. attorney are both reviewing the case for now no charges in a similar protest in Louisville Kentucky seven people were shot
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"If the sales tax hike in Hamilton County is passed right now the eight tenths of a cent increase to pay for bus service and road improvements is passing but only by six hundred votes and there are a number of ballots that still have to be counted to levy results are in with Mason leading the way passing a tax increase other levies passing in preliminary results at least Edgewood west Clermont Levitt voters said no in the king's Winton woods and lovely districts and their democratic primary races in Hamilton County sheriff Jim Neil has lost his bid to run for reelection who is former assistant Charmaine McGuffey on the commissioner's race that one still pretty close right now Lisa Reese has a lead over former representative Connie Pillich temperatures to cool off a little bit in the tri state forecasters next September W. O. W. news time five thirty five the following program will be recorded we've been hearing some great stories about business is doing good well now I heart radio has brought together some of the biggest mobile carrier brands to do good every day thousands of people go to hospitals for corona virus treatment many of those people and up in the hospital much longer than they thought they would days and in some cases weeks these people don't come prepared for a lengthy stay so they don't have the essentials like a cell phone charger AT and T. knows that for some of the hospital with coronavirus their phone can be a lifeline it's the only way patients could stay connected to their loved ones well separated and under quarantine those phones need to stay charged that's why eighteen T. is donating thousands of cellphone Chargers across the country to the places that have been hit hard by.
Ohio - Hamilton County Prosecutor Launches New Domestic Violence Unit As Virus Keeps Victims Inside With Abusers
"Family county prosecutor Joe deters announcing today the formation of a new crimes of violence against women and children unit this unit will work alongside law enforcement and be available for consultation for serious cases twenty four seven Joe deters says the coronavirus stay at home order makes it difficult for victims like kids and women whose injuries aren't seen like they would normally be when they go to school and
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"To utilize to express yourself so I invite young Hamilton County citizens of color to let me know what you are going through during this shelter in place caused by the coronavirus I need to to survive if you draw Pete it's great poetry scene rack we just want to talk however you express yourself you are invited to use your cell phone to video it is indeed to a designated email address created by Hamilton County I will provide the email at the end of the presentation so get your pen and paper my staff will view your videos our videographers will cut and paste them to create a public service announcement that will be featured on our website in an array of outlets in order to educate our community about the challenges you face so we're lucky enough that we have had five young people do exactly this so here is an example of of what the video looks like I did my first research project this year and I am unable to present because of the research form getting canceled and I got accepted to internship which was also canceled the work order given us on online is different from what is that school so that's one thing that's different but it will be nice but sometimes you find yourself having to stay up there gold what to do next so you're listening.
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This is in Hamilton County since yesterday so as you can tell we are on the up side it's incredible I can't remember we're going to do this Allen or Denise Driehaus Denise Driehaus or Ellen to generous got if you took the laugh track if it the laughing out of that from the tonight show clip she says she can have a great set coming up she's got I think you have a special guest and I think Kevin Hart is gonna is he gonna open should open for Kevin Hart all right that's coming up in just minutes here on the covert nineteen update with the Ellen to generous family county commission president Ellen to generous we'll be addressing us here and just maths on seven hundred WLW we got that going on and when she's done of course we've got other stuff happening live at thirty five or thereabouts when she's done one of our own well actually he's just get Armbruster today would be working furiously because it's what about Reds opening day now let's talk about that but the fact that he is just getting out of quarantine because he got caught up in that situation out of the red spring training as you may call the procamp early because there was someone in the clubhouse I guess it tested positive for thought a corona viruses so you'd spend on block down ever since then I think you get spring today or tomorrow I'm not sure we'll check on him about at ten thirty five today and what would've been opening day twenty twenty here on all the Reds now the home of coronavirus update seven hundred W. W. Cincinnati traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati record unemployment numbers with the ten o'clock report Rick you Chaigneau breaking now far more Americans than ever before are filing a first time claims for unemployment benefits nearly three point three million workers filed initial claims last week as the corona virus pandemic is shut down much of the nation's economy that's nearly five times as many as the previous record of just under seven hundred thousand set in October of nineteen eighty two head of the county leaders meanwhile are providing an update on what they are doing to help seniors in the area and that press conference is getting under way as we speak let's joint county commission president Denise Driehaus live up to the house Mr this morning we have forty eight cases of coded nineteen so those are positive test result results in Hamilton County five hospitalizations and zero deaths we are going to start providing a visual that is tracking the courage in Hamilton County because I know yeah I'm getting out of a lot of numbers every day but we want to visually be able to show what's happening here and as I told you we are on the upward slope of the curve the idea of everything we're doing is trying to flatten the curve so that we don't have a really high spike that is well beyond the capacity of our medical systems I wanna start with a couple of updates in there we're going to move to the topic of the day which is related to seniors so couple actually a lot happened yesterday in so we learned that the state legislature was in they passed a bill that had a lot in it and we are still trying to sort through all of the information that we have received one of the top line issues though was relative to building in Ohio and so as many of you probably know zoning has been extended in the state of Ohio Intel April twenty eighth all of the voting will happen absent T. and so I want you to I want to direct you to our resource there from my understanding the board of election will not be sending out applications for ballots in so you must make the first move yourself in order to get that absentee ballots so that information is found at votes Hamilton County dot gov votes imaging county dot gov please refer to that site as you get your ballot for voting in the state of Ohio again you have it so April twenty eighth and I'll have more information about this as we go I just wanna make sure that people are aware of that I'm a bit of good news we've been in touch with Sherrod brown and rob Portman's office there a couple things as you know that are moving at the federal level I things are not quite finished yet however we did ask senator brown to put in a provision that was requested by since I public schools for kids but generally receive meals in schools so those mails are being made available but there's a requirement there that the child must be present in order for the parent to pick up the mail they have created a waiver so that is no longer the case at least at this moment in time I'm in the final bill has not passed but we are hopeful that that way but we'll stay in and that will hopefully provide some relief to the parents that are picking up meals for the kids that usually would get those meals at school another good piece of news I'm sort up announced yesterday that they are going to waive all their favorites in April in so I know they're making some accommodations for the drivers and the safety of the passengers but sort of it transportation public transportation is critically important this time for those that I have to go to work hours are essential employees and so sorta is trying to do what they can to accommodate those needs so again no fares will be charged in the month of April again I I do want to thank those all of the above for doing what you are doing in partnership with what the county and the city are trying to accomplish as well here the state of Ohio provided a lot of there were relaxation in regulations one of them it has to do with how we hold our meetings and so we are very grateful for representatives at the state level for helping us out with some relaxation in in the also in the business community when it comes to permitting in some of the things that are required that now are hard to get so anyway thank you out to the state wraps the state senators to the of course the governor and now we are looking forward to meeting the final piece of federal legislation as well so with that we're going to move into the meat of the briefing I'm a bit concerned that we have heard in our office as we move through this crisis is about seniors and so we're gonna focus on seniors today seniors constitute about fifteen percent of the population in Hamilton County and so we feel this is a very important conversation press the hands I want to recognize before we go to our speaker that a number of grocery stores in our area have stepped up and they have designated some early morning hours for seniors to go shopping in the grocery stores knowing that they won't come in contact with others and so I think Kroger is doing that I think Walmart is doing that and I know Clifton market is doing that instead of both big and small grocers have responded to the concerns we have about seniors about social distancing and making sure that our seniors stay safe and Hamilton County so we are grateful to the grocers for making those accommodations so we are trying alternately to keep seniors at home but not at everybody has the ability to stay at home as they try to meet their basic needs so as you know and as we've said seniors are particularly at risk particularly those over the age of eighty so we wanted to have us use M. Burkett come on Suzanne Burke is a friend and also the president and CEO of the council on aging and so the I. senior levy that is passed by voters in Hamilton County senior services most of those dollars go to the council on aging for their programs related to seniors one of the biggest emphasis of Dixie away is to keep seniors at home the agent plagues many seniors want to stay at home we just need a little bit of assistance in order to do that they need someone to get groceries they need someone to take them to their doctors visits they need someone to help with the laundry and so the COA goes in and provides that assistance the most recent laddie expanded the capacity of CO way to provide those services to as many seniors in Hamilton County as possible answer Suzanne has been in this field for years she is a champion for seniors in this community and we thought it would be helpful to have her on to talk about what they are doing it CLA relative to seniors I'm not only through the regular programming the meals on wheels that they do on an ongoing basis but also trying to assist seniors that don't already get services from seo way but at this time might need some extra support and so I'm gonna have Suzanne labor rate on that and so with that I think I'd like to turn it over to Suzanne and let her talk about the efforts on behalf of the ceiling okay thank you three house and thanks for having me on today first of all I want to just talk a little bit about what we're doing for the safety for horrible seniors and I'm going to start with those on our programme specifically the Hamilton County elderly services program lobby that's a nice reference team has been contacting on all members on our programs to check on them and to determine if they have additional needs so for the Hamilton County elderly services program this means you're contacting over five thousand two hundred individual and we expect to have those our caravan insurance expect to have those calls and everyone contacted by April third so I want to just give a shout out to our team for all the work they're doing on them I see I actually started planning for covert nineteen in late January and February we began securing support from our founders to enable us to begin preparing up fourteen day shelf stable food boxes that we wanted to have him in the hands of seniors in the event we had a supply chain issue with or an illness mail delivery drivers that we did not want seniors to be in a position to go out and I will say Hammond county was one of the first to give us the green light to get moving on that this week we expect to have delivered by the end of this week over twenty eight hundred boxes representing over thirty nine thousand meals to individuals on the Hamilton County ESP program specifically I'd like to give it a shout out to COS came a day on your company along with our delivered mail network which includes Cincinnati area senior services meals on wheels a southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky you're pretty open all I'm showing here since you're centers and mayors and J. C. C. these organizations and their staff have done an amazing job of packing and getting this the boxes into the hands of our seniors so that's what's happening for individuals on the program and they are still getting their services as scheduled we are experiencing is Denise referenced an increase in costs for meals for seniors this includes both people who are on our programs but maybe weren't receiving mails they were getting other services perhaps they were able to get out had a network of friends and family to help them Suzanne we are going to hold for one second okay we are getting a little bit of a skip in the video and so I don't know if it's buffering issue and not why there is a team here for more than six feet away from me that hopefully will resolve the issue so let's get one minute okay I do wanna mention that we did put out a call last week for volunteers to help with the distribution of meals remember that many of the volunteers for COA and for the meals on wheels our seniors themselves there over the age of sixty five and so many of them called in and said you know we we would rather not do this at this time in and so we put up the call in many of you responded to that call and said we will step up we will help deliver the meals on wheels to the seniors is so we're really really grateful for that in addition to that C. O. A. is not only providing the weekly or or the daily or every other day meals on wheels but also a box with items that have a longer shelf life in supplies like toilet paper in so I'm hopeful that Suzanne will be able to talk us through a little bit of that we ready gentleman all right we're gonna try this again thank you okay do you know where I can also I'll talk to you just backing up to and this week we hope to have delivered over twenty eight hundred boxes representing thirty nine thousand meals to individuals on the Hamilton County elderly services program.
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Deaths if you recall our numbers yesterday we have had an increase of twelve cases twelve positive cases in Hamilton County since yesterday so as you can tell we are on the up side of the curve remember our efforts are attempting to flatten the curve but we are clearly heading up on on the upside of that current all I want to say per our conversation yesterday about the stay at home order and how we in Hamilton County are enforcing that order it's clear many residents and businesses are taking the state home order seriously we cannot thank people enough for that change in behavior and for the continued sacrifice being made it both by residents but also by business owners in this community this is a significant hardship and I think as we try to follow the advice of the health professionals both at the state level and locally here in Hamilton County we do need to recognize that this is a serious challenge and sacrifice for so many in Hamilton County and we are grateful for everyone trying to comply with what we know our best health practices we received a few reports in some questions about businesses continuing to operate in so first I would like to ask people with questions to refer to the governor's order this is the stay at home order that we've been talking about it's available at co that nineteen DOT Ohio dot gov it is also available on the county's website Hamilton County Ohio dot gov we posted it because we knew there was so much traffic at the state level we wanted people to have easy access to the stay at home order in so if you have any questions refer to the order it's it's been pretty clear English it's easy to understand but if you still have questions as you heard yesterday are the local health commissioner makes the final decision as to whether or not people are complying with the order and so his name is great customer and he's the commissioner of health he was here on Monday but if you have questions there is a hot line at the health department it is nine four six seven eight four seven nine four six seven eight four seven so if there's any concerns or questions related to business is still being open and operating please call that hotline and they can give you some guidance before we get started I I do wanna mention that there is a lot going on both at the federal level and at the state level related to the corona virus in some of the relief that could potentially be coming down to not only local governments but the residents and businesses in our community and so as you know I believe the federal package was passed there have been a number of iterations and I think there's going to be more to come but I will be jumping on a call later on today with some folks at that represent our federal elected to get some clarity as to what kind of assistance will be coming our way those on the private side for small businesses and on the public side because you can imagine there's a significant strain to local governments and the services that we're providing trying to stay up and running at this time of virtually has been challenging and so we need to be able to respond to that and to what is coming up by way of some financial hardships as our revenues are reduced through primarily sales tax hotel motel tax and parking revenues we're gonna have some significant losses in those funds and so we're relying on our partners at the federal level and state level to help us through some of the financial hardship so there was a stability package that was passed with a hundred fifty billion for state and local governments it's a stabilization fund and so we're going to get some details about that this afternoon again both private side in public side and then on the legislature is meeting today my understanding is they are not going to be meeting very often and so we have also reached out to our representatives at the state level to make sure we are all lined up not only on the financial piece but also on some of the relief that we need by way of some of the regulatory things that they control you know come in it's about permitting it's about open meetings it's about virtual meetings it's about the building itself and so we are going to be a talking to our state reps to make sure that we are in partnership with one another to be as open as accessible as possible to the public particularly virtually but also respecting the safety of those of us that work in the building so today we're gonna talk about PP as we look at other states and other countries where the virus arrived earlier than it did here we are preparing for increased caseload and our health care system in a greater need for P. P. which is personal protective equipment today we're gonna talk about P. P. the Crosley is with us he is the director of emergency management and homeland security here in Hamilton County he is the expert in the field and I'm going to let him talk about where we stand at this moment in time before I do that I do want to throw out a number I am Nick I know you're going to talk about this but we've been asked of from folks in the community how can we help how can we donate what can we do particularly as it relates to this equipment for emergency responders for folks that are working in the healthcare setting particularly in the hospitals we know we have a finite supply of PP and some people have asked how can we help how can we donate particularly if they've got some of that supply so the number of four PP donations is two six three eight two zero zero two six three eight two zero zero and so with that I would like to turn it over to Nick Crossley so that he can elaborate on our efforts here in Hamilton County thank you commissioner tree house as the director of Hamilton county's emergency management and homeland security agency we serve all communities in Hamilton County and have been working aggressively trying to work with both the public and the communities in the county and the state and the federal government on response in coordination to the Kobe nineteen a merchant see I just for a way of sort of an outline of what we're doing at this time one of our big efforts is on a public outreach and education so we have lots of information at work H. as HD ready dot org we've also set up within alert Hamilton County Edward H. C. dot org a specific code nineteen alert we have a large for all the weather and the events that can impact damage to county but specifically if you scroll down to the list of alerts you can sign up for a direct communications from our agency as well as a general government as well we took we continue to communicate to all of our communities in Hamilton County as well as all of our Hamilton County partners and that is vitally important in this time that we are putting out correct in factual information related to cope with nineteen and we worked check early well and are in coordination with our local health departments in particular Hamilton County public health in Cincinnati public out spring Dale in Norwood and they were also working with our state and federal government partners that the entire system in the United States is strained at this point however working well with the state of Ohio and through them with the federal government which is critical to ensuring that we're doing everything possible for the residents of Hamilton County I do want to reiterate is we talk about communication and working with the public a couple of things one please please follow the stay at home order if you're not one of the critical enterprises are you're not you don't have a reason to be out and about please stay home until the governor I wish that stay home order as social distancing does work we do need to flatten the curve as commissioner Driehaus mentioned we also want to reiterate that we don't need people hoarding I think you've seen the CEO of Kroger and other major companies I know I got to deliver for Amazon yesterday that the systems are still up and running that most things are available maybe not every day but most things are available we're asking people not to her ward and finally please follow the the instructions from our local health care providers if you're experiencing any kind of symptoms follow the directions on them say call your doctor talk to them we're we're definitely urging telehealth at this point but please follow those so that we do not overwhelm our our local health care system I finally as I mentioned our next big organization our focus as an agency is to coordinate all the different entities across the board that are responding I am attempting to recover from the code nineteen emergency so I mentioned we work with all forty nine communities in Hamilton County or working with all Hamilton County elected and appointed officials working with all of our health care providers we work directly with healthcare providers as well as working through the their healthcare collaborative another great organization who are also working with our public and private sector partners so working with school districts I and any other organization that that we've reached out to and then finally I want to mention that personal protective equipment you know I've I've been we've been very open about our communication with the community about what we're doing to respond and to mitigate the spread of covered nineteen this so that the the situation with our subject apartment is serious it is in short supply we are doing everything as a local government working with the state of Ohio and the federal government to get as much equipment to Hamilton County in the region as we possibly can however the entire country is asking for personal protective equipment and so we are one of the things we need shade a week ago now and start advertising we can half ago which we are accepting donations from businesses and individuals in Hamilton County we have information on that at H. C. ready dot work you can go there click on October nineteen alert and information what we're accepting you can call two six three eighty two hundred to donate we have seen some success with that and then what we are doing with that equipment is we're working with the health collapse to put that into regional cash so that if there is a need within the region that health class service which is the which is the immediate tri state that they are a coarsening that out in trying to help all organizations across the tri state so that's not just for Hamilton County we we we felt when we started that effort that we needed to be the example and not hoard and we wanted to share that if there's a need in the tri state that we tried tried it was just that so in our providers in the tri state know how to access that through the health collapse and finally if you do find the need for and and we're working with all health care providers and first responders on conservation so that's going to be key to get through this event is that people in organisations judiciously use that the personal protective equipment that they do have until we can get the national.
Cleves mother accused of taking nude pictures of daughter, texting them to her, court documents say
"A mother and cleaves accused of taking nude photos of her teenage daughter was in court today forty four year old Jennifer role allegedly use your phone to take fully naked photos of her sixteen year old daughter than texted those photos to our daughter who then sent the photos to a boyfriend in late October role was arrested on one count of endangering children Monday and entered a not guilty plea in Hamilton County court her bond was set at twenty five thousand dollars and she has been ordered to stay away from her daughter rules case is set to go before a grand jury on
Man arrested for falsely reporting girl missing
"Cincinnati police put a stop to a search for a thirteen year old girl with autism who had reportedly gone missing after realizing that the nineteen year old man who called in the report made it up Gordo Y. goals they'll charge of making false alarm it was booked into the Hamilton County justice center Monday afternoon Weichel told the police that the girl was last seen in Cincinnati near the purple people praise around two o'clock that afternoon prompting police say media outlets to put out alerts I'm Sean Gallagher newsradio seven hundred W.
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is in the Hamilton County jail is charged with receiving stolen property call wells accused of stealing the truck from Westmont drive your Wyoming not long after it was stolen the child was discovered in the bushes on Horton street in south Fairmont the truck was found at an apartment complex on Westwood northern Boulevard a battle continues between city council Hamilton County in the bangles over a proposed music venue with the banks council on Wednesday refused to vote on a land swap that would have moved hilltop concrete to price sale which many residents spoke out against Jim Moran with the holy grail which is right across the street from great American ball park on with bill cutting him today said they want the venue as a bank's retailer they won the anchors down there we need that you know everybody all the retailers are lock step down there that this is needed specifically for the winter months Maureen says the promise of a music venue came as early as two thousand ten and Harrison a rocky fire truck caught fire this morning at the intersection of Harrison Avenue and Kirby road which caused the roadway to close for several hours no injuries were reported company officials said the truck was feel by compressed natural gas and reminded customers that some items should not be placed in the trashcan their trash cans or recycling bins college football tonight you see taking on UCF pregame coverage begins here at seven thirty kick off from Nippert stadium is eight o'clock American League division series game number one between the Houston Astros in Tampa Bay rays currently time a scoreless in the bottom of the second ending checking the numbers on Wall Street the Dow up two hundred ninety eight points nasdaq up.
"hamilton county" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Hamilton County kids coats asking for donated hats mittens gloves boots and snow pants also god made the decision to spare birch by and Ted Kennedy's lives in a plane crash in nineteen sixty four said Indiana's then junior senator Chris Davis reports of the crash if you don't believe in the almighty and so I still like most people do high on the morning show good day in nineteen seventy six or something like that then you have three of us walk away when we should have gone up in a puff of smoke senator Ted Kennedy's plane crash in an apple orchard near Springfield Massachusetts June nineteenth nineteen sixty four while the plane was taking Kennedy and the vice to the Massachusetts democratic convention vibe went back several times pulling Kennedy out twenty smelled gas he thought the plane might blow up two people died in the crash Chris Davis ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile news W. I. B. C. news special America's senators is Thursday at seven PM on ninety three W. I. B. C. your with six three seventy nine hundred traffic it's six so five years madd bear northbound sixty nine crash of the ramp to one hundred sixty three gets opened just going to be slow and then set about thirty seven on the south side still close from Southport road down to county line road all lace up on thirty seven because of a crash involving a semi traffic stop back to Edgewood Avenue you know one of the off their apple are also looking at northbound sixty five is a soon coming out of downtown and to the north west side we have a crash right lane blocked in this just coming down the pipe northbound sixty five right lanes blocked after gamma el Kay and this has the bag of down to meridian street and you're going to want to stay out of that if at all possible lights out fall creek road shade with Avenue causing delays all directions traffic sponsored by live like with Norton LifeLock Norton security is the identity theft protection device to cure you need against cyber threats in today's connected world join it live like dot com use promo code risk for ten percent off your first year I've met their father was on Twitter for instant traffic updates to W. why DC traffic the forecast from the American standard cooling weather center the rain has finally gone away we're drying out in cooling.
"hamilton county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"In Hamilton County beer Indianapolis the jury will be brought back to Jeffersonville for the trial that is scheduled to start on Wednesday at the White House president trump and his economic team or try to tamp down talk of a possible recession after a volatile week on Wall Street at an escalating trade war with China ABC's Karen traverse is there with the latest president trump continues to signal he's in no rush to reach a trade deal with China even as economists warn that the ongoing trade war is creating uncertainty and contributing to a slowdown in global economic growth the president spoke to reporters on Sunday if I wanted to make a bad deal and settle on China the market would go up but it wouldn't be the right thing to do I'm just not ready to make a deal yet China would like to make a deal I'm not reading the president and his economic team have insisted the US economy is strong enough to hand any rough spots from the ongoing standoff with China your trump said Sunday that China's economy is doing poorly Karen Travers ABC news the White House the woman who was governor when hurricanes Katrina and Rita roared ashore in two thousand five has died in Louisiana many historians say the criticism of Kathleen Blanco for her response to twin hurricanes was too harsh possibly misdirected after leaving politics Blanco reflected on being the first and only woman elected governor of Louisiana making my own history is as good as it can get in a commencement address last year she talked of the cancer spreading through her body I'm praying for a miracle don't know if it'll happen but I have put my life in god's hands Kathleen Blanco died Sunday at seventy six Jim Ryan ABC news your next news update at eleven thirty I'm Paul miles news radio eight forty W. H. A. S. Kentucky Ennis breaking news weather and traffic station sure shot.
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"And weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati an update on hunter is more call for her to be released with the six thirty report I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now one day after having to be dragged out of the courtroom former Hamilton County juvenile court judge Tracey hunter S. filed a grievance saying that she was injured in the process on with bill cutting him today him with the county sheriff Jim Neal give an update on hunter who is in the justice center currently we are still held the medical unit she has phone privileges like everybody else she there's an opportunity to communicate with staff as well as of people on the outside on Monday Cincinnati mayor John Cranley and Hamilton County prosecutor Joe deters pulls both reached out to governor Mike to whine about commuting her six month sentence and today the same call came from the Hamilton County commissioners Neil says there are limits to who can communicate the warranty too early release thanks sentence offender and that's the key a certain smoke under hunters lawyers will have to ask either a judge or the governor for it now the latest traffic and weather together now the latest traffic and weather together well take a look at our traffic report right now we have a report of an overturned vehicle on seventy one south bound near U. S. fifty four Washington way exit traffic is backed up to Martin Luther king also disabled vehicle right lane is blocked right now I. seventy five south on up to the Mitchell Avenue exit and I seventy four that's clean up from an earlier leaking oil leak that we saw this afternoon that is caused delays for several hours and also the closing also an accident Montgomery I two seventy five you spell before I seventy one exit exit forty nine I also an accident with one Springfield pike north of Grove road ladies forecast from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred W. L. job last week we're now reaping the benefits of a cold front.
Crack mixed with fentanyl causes spike in overdose deaths, Ohio officials warn
"Month Hamilton county's reporting, a spike in drug overdose deaths in this one's indicating change heroin task says it's investigating at least six suspected crack cocaine overdose deaths in the last ten days and they're beginning to see a steep increase in African American overdose victims. It makes them believe cocaine laced with sentinel is surfacing, more often want to get the warning out to any recreational user of Arcata to be careful. You do not know what's out there. You do not know what's in the drug, everyone that's using recreational drugs, should have Narcan on hand. They should also use not alone. Tom Fallon's with chest four. She says, in addition to the Fenton, the lace crack they're starting to see fend, the lace meth, which is being sold on the streets is
"hamilton county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Heads back to Hamilton county where hunter could be ordered to start serving her sentence. Cincinnati city council meets today to vote on some very important zoning changes needed to continue construction on that c- Cincinnati soccer stadium in the West End people who live in the West End or asking council to vote. No, and hold up the project until the team. Resolves a dispute with tenants being forced out by the construction. A lawyer representing the tenants says that SE Cincinnati has been difficult to negotiate with tenants can be accommodated. In this housing. For several more months, we were talking about that with f c on Friday and we thought they were going to. Agree to that. But apparently, that's off the table. Now soccer club says without zoning approval today, they will have to halt construction next month city council will meet at two this afternoon. Meanwhile on the football side of operations FC Cincinnati is called an eleven AM news conference today, where it's believed the team will introduce their new general manager looking for drunk drivers tonight near you. See the heavily Kenny O, V I task force will operate a sobriety checkpoints tonight and the one hundred block of east McMillan street. And Corey Ville that checkpoint will run from nine until eleven reds manager David bell, not happy with the way yesterday's game against the pirates ended after third baseman a halio Suarez was hit on the hand by a pitch in the eighth inning bell believes it was done intentionally. He says the league needs to step in and do something since the empire's wall. We're not gonna get protected. So we got to do whatever we can we're can take matters into our hands. It's unfortunate that will not wait in or not. Players.
Whooping Cough Cases are on the Rise
"The Hamilton county health. Department is concerned about the increase of whooping cough throughout the county. Channel five reporting, there were five cases this time last year. So far this year. Whooping cough cases, eight times higher at forty one. The northwest school district it's been forced to act at one of their schools chorine high school, a second student was diagnosed with whooping cough this week with the first confirmed case at CHS on may the
Woman sues Hilton for $100M, saying she was secretly filmed in shower, blackmailed
"Their coworkers. The hotel tells ABC news the safety and security of our guests is our highest priority. We will continue to work with the authorities to discover the perpetrator and see that she slash. He is held accountable. The tri-state Patrick do Haney as officially the city's manager mayor cranley on Wednesday named Patrick do Haney to be the new permanent city manager. He's been working in the interim since Harry black was ousted handling issues like the ongoing investigations into the death of Kyle plush and subsequent changes to the city's nine one one call center, it is an appointment that council still has to approve also on Wednesday Hamilton county commissioners decided to cut the property tax rollback from the nineteen Ninety-six stadium deal this year. The average homeowner got sixty dollars. Refunded for every hundred thousand in home value next year that will be cut in half. As the county struggles to live up to a deal based on
Allegations of Sex Abuse at Moeller High School in Ohio
"The Hamilton county prosecutors now looking into allegations of sex, abuse against a staffer at Moeller. High school president at Moeller high school sent a. Letter to parents home advising them faculty members. On leave now over allegation Of. Sex abuse that have been leveled by a former crusader and the. Letter president, Marshall highs who writes they don't know if these allegations. Have any merit says they're. Working with. A Hamilton county prosecutor to determine the. Truth lames come from. A former student at Muller there was an all school assembly to address the allegations Melissa's counselors are going to be made available to any students in need them throughout the
Moeller faculty member on leave after former student alleges abuse
"The Hamilton county prosecutor's. Office is looking into whether a female faculty member at an all boys school here in Cincinnati sexually abused. A young. Man the president of Muller high school says they are aggressively addressing the issue all boys Catholic high school. In Montgomery road informing parents about. Allegations of sex abuse involve a staff, member at member of the faculty has been put on leave while the allegations that have been made by a former molar student are investigated the school's president says that the suit in question also says he was subjected to grooming. By that staff member what was held an all school. Assembly to talk About the charges they're making counselors available all weekend for any, students who, wanna
Trump signs defense act in New York; bill provides $716 billion in funds
"President Trump. Spoke to soldiers, in fort drum New York, today signing the John s McCain national defense authorization act It gives servicemembers a pay. Raise, and provides funding for new weapons and equipment during the speech today the president again mocked the, press covering the events I'm so proud. Of myself I didn't call them the fake news, media, I didn't call I said to myself I will not today in front. Of our great armed forces call them fake. News we know the. Real truth but we won't say today the president did. Not mention Senator John McCain by name during those comments the Bill also includes tough language