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At Oyler, keeping an eye on students' eyes

Walk into Oyler School in Cincinnati and take a right, past the office and through a set of double doors, and you’ll find what basically looks like a LensCrafters.

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Cincinnati cracks top 5 in most sexually satisfied cities

Cincinnati ranks fourth in Time's calculations of most sexually satisfied cites. Do you doubt it?

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Cincinnati Council looking to create re-entry task force

Cincinnati Council could vote this week to set up a task force to study re-entry services for ex-offenders. The Public Safety Committee approved the idea last week.

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Ohio Innocence Project, at UC, promotes history of exoneration

More than 2,000 people in America in the past 23 years have been exonerated for serious crimes, according to a blog set up by Mark Godsey, professor at the University of Cincinnati School of Law and director of the Ohio Innocence Project and the Center for the Global Study of Wrongful Conviction.

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Cincinnati: the greenest city in America

Many cities trumpet their sustainability initiatives to claim the title of “greenest” city in America, but it’s hard to argue with the ongoing turnaround from brown to green in Cincinnati.

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Cincinnati offers Toledo a model in crime fight

University of Cincinnati Journalism alum Taylor Dungjen, a cops and crime reporter for the Toledo Blade, returned to her college home town to report on an innovative initiative that is having an impact in Northern Ohio.
 
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Cincinnati dumps Duke Energy

Today, Duke Energy found out that more than 50,000 commercial and residential electricity users in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, are dumping Duke and shifting to 100 percent clean energy. Cincinnati is a trendsetter: it is the first city in Ohio, and the first of its size in the nation, to go 100 percent green.
 
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Health jobs grow in Cincinnati region

Hospitals in the Cincinnati region had more than 3,500 job openings at the end of 2011, a 26 percent increase from 2010, according to the newest annual vacancy report by Greater Cincinnati Health Council released Wednesday.

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New plan to reduce litter in Cincinnati

Cincinnati Council could soon pass a new ordinance to give owners of littered properties an added incentive to clear them of trash. Member P.G. Sittenfeld announced the plan this morning in the West End. He said litter is the single most frequent complaint to the city. 

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Enquirer Exclusive: Neighborhoods in peril

The stairs on Pulte Street used to lead somewhere.
 
Row after row of them line the end of the street, climbing the hillside into a tangle of weeds and brush. Disconnected power lines dangle overhead and a fallen retaining wall spills onto the sidewalk.

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Over the Rhine is getting safer

Cincinnati police are seeing a dramatic drop in homicides in Over the Rhine. Today the Chief listed possible reasons and described what police are doing next. 

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Ohio accelerators get $760,000 in latest round of Ohio Third Frontier grants

Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus accelerators that invest in healthcare startups are recipients of some of the $760,000 in new grant funds approved by the Ohio Third Frontier Commission this week.

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Cincinnati cracks top 5 in 'romantic city' list

When it comes to romance, Cincinnati places among the top five cities in the country, according to a new survey released just in time for Valentine's Day.

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Greentree helping streamline health care education

Sarah Yost, a sophomore at Miami University Middletown, has always dreamed of being a nurse. Still a few years from graduation, she’s already getting valuable experience through the use of high-tech equipment, including a mannequin that simulates everything from heart attacks to bowel obstructions.

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Children's Hospital uses horticulture to grow hope

Trough horticultural therapy, people of all ages facing all kinds of physical, emotional or psychiatric challenges can improve their well-being. Children and teens at the residential psychiatric program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital have the chance to learn about gardening with horticultural therapist Mardie Hay

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