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Examining The Latest News Out Of The White House

The Senate passes resolutions to withdraw U.S. support for Saudi-backed forces at war in Yemen and to condemn Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. House Democrats call for a full investigation into the death of a 7-year-old girl from Guatemala who died while in Border Patrol custody.

Age To Buy Smokes Raised, While Marijuana Still Delayed, Plus More Top Stories This Week

The City of Cincinnati raises the legal age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21. Patrick Duhaney is sworn-in as the permanent city manager of Cincinnati. Ohio legislators work to push several bills through the House and Senate, even those Governor Kasich is likely to veto.

Age To Buy Smokes Raised, While Marijuana Still Delayed, Plus More Top Stories This Week

A Guide To Weird And Wonderful Cincinnati

Long-time residents of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky can usually recommend several places around town that are worth a visit, from the Carew Tower observation deck to the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park or Boone County Arboretum.

A Homemade Holiday: Exploring Gifts You Can Make This Season

If you're looking for alternatives to the big box stores for your holiday shopping, homemade gifts can add a personal touch. There are several local non-profits offering holiday gift sales with artist-made items , and classes you can take with your family to make your own gifts this season.

Escape Rooms: Why All The Hype?

Paying to be locked inside a windowless room doesn't sound all that fun. But add-in friends, the rush to beat the clock and chance to use, and show off, your problem-solving skills, and it becomes more obvious why more people each year are enjoying escape rooms.

Rod Serling And 'The Twilight Zone': New Book Examines His Life, Work And Imagination

Though Rod Serling is most associated with his series, The Twilight Zone , he was one of the most prolific writers during what many refer to now as the original "Golden Age of Television." During his career he wrote more than 250 scripts for film and TV, and won six Emmy Awards for dramatic writing for four different series.

Rod Serling And 'The Twilight Zone': New Book Examines His Life, Work And Imagination

Fraud Schemes, Tax Increases And Construction Delays, Oh My! This Week's Top Stories

A local landscaper on trial for taking part in an alleged minority contracting fraud scheme takes the stand in his own defense. Hamilton County property owners will see an increase in their taxes in 2019 for the Reds and Bengals stadiums. And a dispute between the county and the City of Cincinnati could delay construction of a music venue at The Banks.

Fraud Schemes, Tax Increases And Construction Delays, Oh My! This Week's Top Stories

Cooking With Caitlin's Caitlin Steininger Competes On Top Chef

Season 16 of Bravo's popular Top Chef was taped in Kentucky, with 15 chefs from across the country, including Caitlin Steininger of Cooking with Caitlin , competing for the Top Chef title.

Seeking Asylum: Why Families Are Fleeing Central America At This Critical Moment

In Tijuana, Mexico officials are moving migrants to new shelters away from the U.S. border. This comes as thousands of migrants have arrived in Tijuana in recent weeks from Central America, seeking asylum in the United States.

Seeking Asylum: Why Families Are Fleeing Central America At This Critical Moment

Promoting Human Rights Through Dialogue, Research And Education

The University of Dayton created the nation's first Human Rights Studies undergraduate program in 1998. In 2013, UD created the Human Rights Center to advance the university's mission to promote respect for the inherent dignity of all persons through dialogue, research and education.

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