Last year, Boone County' coroner handled an average of three heroin overdose deaths a month. This year is right on track for the same numbers. County leaders know it's time to come up with an awareness campaign. While they work on that, the family of a young woman who overdosed in April has launched a campaign of their own called Tabatha's Fight. Campbell and Kenton counties have ...
A local community has received a rather dubious designation. Mariemont's now one of the most endangered places in the United States. While the community's already on the National Historic Register, the new title is seen as a good thing for a reason which you might not suspect. Mariemont is one of the first planned communities in the United States. The idea for this place came from Mary ...
Jay Bruce was among the Reds at their Rookie Success League camp, teaching youngsters baseball fundamentals. (Reds) CINCINNATI -- For the 10th straight summer, children ages 6-12 have taken advantage of the Reds Rookie Success League, a camp that teaches the basics of baseball at five different locations throughout Ohio and Kentucky. Much to the delight of Reds right fielder Jay Bruce, another ...
The celebrity website TMZ reports that James Gandolfini, best known for his role as Tony Soprano on "The Sopranos", died earlier today in Italy.The website says Gandolfini is believed to have suffered a heart attack. He was 51 years old. Gandolfini was in Italy to attend the 59th Taormina Film Festival in Sicily and he was scheduled to participate in a festival event this weekend. ...
Email CINCINNATI -- It's not hard to trace the origin of Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips' recent hitting funk. Phillips hasn't been the same since June 1, when he was plunked on the left forearm by Pirates reliever Tony Watson. The bruised left forearm suffered from a Watson fastball put Phillips out of action for four games. In the 12 games since he returned to the lineup, ...
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For those of us with a slightly arachnophobic bent, there will always be a central problem in any screen version of E.B. Whites beloved childrens classic Charlottes Web: one of the central characters is a spider. White got around this in the book by describing Charlotte in t ... ...
Email CINCINNATI -- Reds leadoff hitter and center fielder Shin-Soo Choo has been hit by a Major League-leading 19 pitches this season. That included one off the right knee on Pirates starter Charlie Morton's very first pitch of the game Tuesday. "It hurt. I have 19 right now and I was the most hurt last night," Choo said Wednesday, the mark on the side of his knee still visible. ...
Last year, Boone County' coroner handled an average of three heroin overdose deaths a month. This year is right on track for the same numbers. County leaders know it's time to come up with an awareness campaign. While they work on that, the family of a young woman who overdosed in April has launched a campaign of their own.Local 12 News Reporter Deborah Dixon shows us ...
A local community has received a rather dubious designation. Mariemont's now one of the most endangered places in the United States. While the community's already on the National Historic Register, the new title is actually seen as a good thing.Local 12's Rich Jaffe has more from Mariemont Square with the explanation. Mariemont is one of the first planned communities in the United ...
A burst of gunfire shakes a quiet neighborhood and sends two people to the hospital. Police say the shooter knew where his targets were sleeping. And as Local 12's Joe Webb reports from Golf Manor, the gunman purposely fired several rounds into their bedroom. 2424 Canterbury is a nice home on a peaceful street, right across from Losantiville Country Club. But if you take a look around back, ...
The family of a man who died after police used a taser on him, is suing an officer and the city of North College Hill. Police were called to Crutchfield Park last July for a report that someone fired a gun. North College Hill Police Officer Sergeant Ryan Schrand responded to the Springfield Township Park. He ended up using tasers on two people. One was fine, but Corey McGinnis went into cardiac ...
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India's leading IT services, Tata Consultancy Services, held its goIT summer camp programme in the Cincinnati area exposing students to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related career paths.
The fifth annual three-day camp providing hands on activities and projects that increase exposure to industry specific technologies, culminated with a competition at TCS' largest North American software delivery centre in Milford, Ohio.
Free for all students, the TCS goIT programme provides in-school IT career awareness workshops and hands-on technology education, according to a media release.
Since its inception, the programme has reached more than 7,000 students across 35 school districts in Ohio and Michigan.
"We believe that TCS is uniquely positioned to use its core IT competencies and technology leadership to address the STEM education issue," said Amar Naga, director of operations, TCS.
"The innovative goIT programme is an outstanding investment by TCS in young Ohioans," said Mark Patton, JobsOhio Managing Director for Information Technology.
By 2018, research shows that STEM occupations are projected to grow by 17 percent, with 71 percent of STEM jobs focused on computing including cloud, data, app and security. ...
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