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2015/05/28 15:21
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Good morning Cincy. Here’s your news today. While we’ve all heard the good news that is going down in Cincinnati, there’s one big exception. Some recent serious but mostly non-fatal shootings in...
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2015/05/28 13:10
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CINCINNATI (AP) -- The number of shootings is way up in Cincinnati so far this year. The Cincinnati Enquirer (http://cin.ci/1cjtfaW ) report that 162 people have been shot in the city through last...
2015/05/28 11:00
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A new report showed a disturbing trend in gun violence in Cincinnati. Through May 24 of this year, 162 people were victims of gun violence, the highest total in an eight year span, according to the...
2015/05/28 10:21
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The homeowners would need to get a license annually from the metro government, pay a $250 fee and submit to city inspections to make sure their property complies with safety regulations such as having...
2015/05/27 22:19
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RICHMOND — State cabinet officials, legislators and corrections experts met in Richmond on Wednesday to discuss whether a simple logistical swap with incoming and outgoing state prisoners could make...
2015/05/27 21:40
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The Helmetta Borough Council overrode a mayoral veto and moved to replace the position of police director, a civilian administrative post, with a chief of police at a contentious meeting. Sgt. Chad...
2015/05/27 19:40
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Island Lake Trustee Tony Sciarrone has resigned in preparation for a possible appointment to police chief. But the move is being opposed by Trustee Keith Johns, who ran with Mayor Charles Amrich and...
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2015/05/27 17:57
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation is committing $110,000 toward the creation of a state-of-the-art center for investigations in the Oakland Police Department, according to a briefing provided by OPD...
2015/05/27 15:58
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The Whitney's former home (left) was an anchor of the neighborhood. A Met Museum annex will move in next year. Published: May 27, 2015 - 11:15 am In the past seven months, shop owners along a tony...
2015/05/26 23:21
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DALLAS(CBSDFW.COM) – The Dallas Police Department is upping its commitment to body cameras. The department’s asking the city council Wednesday to approve 400. Then another 600 by 2020. Police body...
2015/05/26 22:48
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Applications for vacancies will be accepted through June 12. Spartanburg City Council is slated to approve appointments at its June 22 meeting. At a City Council meeting earlier this month, Mayor...
2015/05/26 22:22
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Raleigh reveals options for Airbnb legalization | News & Observer News & Observer May 26, 2015 Raleigh reveals options for Airbnb legalization The city of Raleigh is drawing closer to a final...
2015/05/26 20:50
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Meriden City Councilors’ negative, troublesome behavior is unacceptable and unprofessional. They don’t have any respect whatsoever for Mayor Manny Santos. They have demonstrated how at odds with him...
2015/05/25 09:57
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BENTONVILLE -- Benton County maintenance workers are scrambling to patch leaks in the courthouse tower as justices of the peace consider plans for a new courts building. John Sudduth, county general...
2015/05/24 06:24
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During a meeting of the County Legislature's Public Safety Committee, Joe Gerace, county sheriff, presented two distinct awards to corrections officer Walter Gunther and deputy Glenn Giles. "These...
2015/05/24 05:03
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... not have the kids and others challenged to a series of athletic competitions and other kinds of contests, such as hot-dog eating, singing rap music with clean lyrics and old-fashioned sack...
2015/05/24 01:17
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With Baltimore in the midst of one of its most violent stretches in years, a top criminal justice leader for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has left, marking the biggest shakeup in her administration...
2015/05/22 08:12
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SAYRE - A neglected property in Sayre is nearly ready for bids after years of deterioration according Code Enforcement Director Christopher Kaiden. "We've finally closed on 105 Chemung St.," Kaiden...
2015/05/22 02:17
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Some Baltimore residents who took to the streets demanding justice in Freddie Gray's death welcomed — but hesitated to celebrate — the indictments announced Thursday of all six officers...
2015/05/22 00:51
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The city of Mobile is still considering an ordinance that would ban the feeding of wildlife in public areas, but that isn't keeping residents from going to Bienville Square and feeding the...
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