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Arrest Warrant Out For Judge Hunter

Posted On November 13, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- There's an arrest warrant out for Hamilton County Juvenile Judge Tracie Hunter. A judge ordered Hunter be brought in yesterday after she failed to show up for arraignment on a speeding ticket issued last month. Meantime, Hunter is expected in court today to ask for a new trial, claiming three jurors recanted…

I-71 At Pfeiffer Among Most Dangerous Roads

Posted On November 13, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Work is underway to improve safety at one of Ohio's most-dangerous driving spots. State transportation officials say the I-71 north interchange at Pfeiffer Road ranked third most dangerous, with more than 660 crashes last year. More than 200 of those wrecks ended with injuries or deaths.

Downtown Gets High Marks In Survey

Posted On November 13, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Visitors to downtown Cincinnati are leaving with a positive impression of the area. The city's annual survey of community perceptions found nearly 90 percent of visitors said downtown was safe, clean and a place to take friends. Restaurants were the main draw for downtown visitors, followed by The Banks, Horseshoe Casino and…

Tax Credits May Cover Music Hall Fixes

Posted On November 13, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- There appears to be new hope in the push to fund renovations at Music Hall. Hamilton County's Cultural Facilities Task Force says they're in the running for 15-million dollars in state tax credits to help fund the work. The scramble for funding gained new momentum after Music Hall was dropped from the…

City To Track Veteran Hires

Posted On November 12, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati city officials are taking a step forward in making sure military veterans get jobs. Plans were announced yesterday to begin tracking the number of veterans hired through city contracts. Supporters say data collected over the next year will help get more veterans into city jobs and help them contribute to society.