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What Our National Parks Mean To Us

Terry Tempest Williams is an American author, naturalist, and conservationist. With more than a dozen books published , Williams has been called "a citizen writer," who speaks, and speaks out, eloquently on behalf of an ethical stance toward life. She recently talked with Cincinnati Zoo Director Thane Maynard about her work and writing.

Ohio's Ancient Earthworks Could Gain World Recognition

Centuries ago aboriginal North Americans constructed vast earthworks stretching for miles through Ohio. Some of these geometric and animal shaped structures were more than 15 feet high and rivaled Stonehenge in their astronomical accuracy. European settlers demolished many of the structures but some spectacular sites remain.

The Future Of U.S.-Korea Relations

Starting in the 1960s, South Korea began its transformation into an industrial powerhouse with a highly skilled workforce. Its population more than doubled between the time the Korean War ended in 1953 and the start of the 21st century. Today this country of 51 million people is thriving, despite decades of tension with North Korea.

Hate Groups In Ohio, The Banks' Promise To Taxpayers And FC Defeat

The young man accused of plowing his car into counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, has local ties. The attack is spurring national conversation about hate groups, some of which are actively recruiting here in Ohio. Taxpayers have invested more than $135 million into the Banks development. Ten years later, there's still work to be done. All good things come to an end as FC Cincinnati proves in the Open Cup run.

Sin City: How Newport Earned A Reputation As America's Playground

What happens in Vegas started in Newport, Kentucky. The city was known as "America's Playground" from the 1920's to the 1960's, a hotbed for a criminal underworld of casinos, brothels and mobsters. The Sin City of the south didn't last forever. With reform movements, the election of a new sheriff and an FBI raid ordered by U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, Newport began to clean up its act.

"Sidekicks" For Kids Experiencing Homelessness

When a family faces homelessness a child can be displaced from familiar comforts including school, friends and even toys. Three University of Cincinnati students thought a sidekick could help.

The Growing Mission Of The Ronald McDonald House

Cincinnati's Ronald McDonald House is a "home away from home" for families with critically ill children receiving medical treatment. The House surrounds families with support and a sense of normalcy in a trying time.

Echoes Of Watergate: Nixon White House Counsel On Trump Presidency

It started with a break-in at Democratic Party headquarters at the Watergate Hotel in 1972, and ended with the resignation of President Richard Nixon in 1974. White House Counsel John Dean soon found himself embroiled in the Watergate scandal and eventually testified against Nixon in Congressional hearings. Dean is in Ohio this week speaking to the Ohio State Bar Association about the lessons learned from Watergate and the parallels to the Trump White House.

How Companies Can Improve Customer Experience

According to a 2011 American Express survey, 78% of consumers fail to complete a transaction or don't make an intended purchase because of a poor service experience. The survey also found that most of those lost customers don't make a complaint, so companies don't get the chance to immediately win them back.

Historic Restoration: Plans Underway for Stowe House

Once the home of influential anti-slavery author Harriet Beecher Stowe, the Stowe House in Walnut Hills is recognized as a site on the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom . Planning is underway for restoration work on the 184-year-old house located at the corner of Martin Luther King Drive and Gilbert Avenue.

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