CINCINNATI (AP) - Todd Frazier drove in a pair of runs with a sacrifice fly and a single, and the Cincinnati Reds used another big inning to beat the Chicago Cubs 5-2 on Saturday for their fifth straight victory. The Reds have won 13 of their last 16 games, surging to a season-high 13 games over .500 at 31-18. It's their best start since 1995. Cincinnati scored four times in the sixth off ...
Matt Garza and Johnny Cueto have each notched one start since coming off the disabled list, and now, they're both looking to find their groove on the mound. The Cubs' Garza and the Reds' Cueto will square off Sunday in the finale of a three-game series at Great American Ball Park, and no doubt both of their teams would like to see the type of performance they've come to ...
Cincinnati Police have identified a man shot and killed Saturday afternoon in North Fairmount. 21 year-old Quentin Snell was found dead in a vehicle.Officers were called to Bowling Green Court off Moosewood shortly after 1 p.m. for a reported shooting. After Snell was located inside the vehicle, another person was also found shot inside a nearby residence. That person was taken to an area ...
Just after 6 p.m. Saturday evening, police were called to the Cintas Center on the campus of Xavier University for a report of a suspicious package.Milford High School was holding a graduation ceremony at the facility at the time and everyone had to be evacuated.Authorities ultimately determined that the reported bag was filled with photography equipment.Everyone was let back inside and the ...
CHC@CIN: Hanigan hammers a double to score Frazier CINCINNATI -- With an offense as explosive as the Reds' has been, it doesn't take long to turn a deficit into a lead. For the second straight game, Cincinnati put that quick-strike firepower on display Saturday, scoring four runs in the bottom of the sixth on the way to a 5-2 win over the Cubs. Although it didn't come in the ...
Sandra Bernhard: I'm Still Here ... Damn It! [DVD]
There is something refreshingly offensive about Sandra Bernhard. As a sort of anti-Diva with a sneer that could melt even the most hardened stoic, Bernhard has made her career in verbal provocation. In today's politically correct climate, she is a desperately needed antidote to the kind of stuffy liberalism that wishes to repress anything that might offend anyone. Bernhard is a self-stylized, equ ... ...
Email CINCINNATI -- Joe Morgan still has a locker in the Cincinnati clubhouse. It sits immediately next to the locker of Brandon Phillips, and the current Reds second baseman has been sure to use that convenient location to his benefit. "I look up to him," Phillips said of Morgan. "He's my locker partner. He helps me out with many things, and I pick his brain." Morgan ...
Email CINCINNATI -- Almost a third of the way through the season, the Reds have proven to be one of the best defensive teams in baseball by committing just 20 errors -- the third lowest mark in the National League -- entering Saturday. That, manager Dusty Baker said, is no accident. "We work on it," Baker said. "Every good team I've had catches the ball. I tell guys, ...
Email CINCINNATI -- Chris Heisey, who is recovering from a strained right hamstring for the second time, said he doesn't know yet when he'll be able to join the Reds again, but he expects it to be sooner rather than later. "It won't be a month, but it won't be three or four days," Heisey said. "Maybe a week or two. It's tough to say at this point." ...
Marine Corporal Chad Ohmer, a Purple Heart recipient, was recognized Friday as the Reds' Hometown Hero. (MLB.com) Baseball and veterans: two of the most American institutions in the country. And, now more than ever, they're closely linked to one another. Across Major League Baseball, players and coaches ...
Below are starting lineups that have been made public by the clubs. A lineup is not official until it is handed to the umpire. Additional lineups will be added as they become available: Baltimore Orioles: 1. ...
Tap here to see photos of the park Blue Ash will celebrate its 61st Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony on Monday, May 27. Following the parade that begins at 10:15 am, there will be a special ceremony at the Bicentennial Veterans Memorial Park on Blue Ash Towne Square to dedicate a commemorative stone tablet for Veteran residents who have lost their lives in combat. The three most recent are ...
Left-hander Sean Marshall went from not being available Wednesday to not being available until June 5.Marshall was placed on the 15-day disabled list Friday (retroactive to Tuesday) with a sprained left shoulder. Left-hander Manny Parra was activated from the DL to take Marshall's roster spot.This is Marshall's second stint on the DL with shoulder problems. He was on the DL from April ...
BARDSTOWN, KY (WAVE) - A Bardstown police officer was found shot and killed on the Bluegrass Parkway in Nelson County early Saturday morning, according to Kentucky State Police. Investigators said just before 3 a.m. Saturday, a call came into the Kentucky State Police post in Elizabethtown about a fatal crash involving a Bardstown Police officer on the exit 34 ramp of the Bluegrass Parkway. ...
Cincinnati Police have made an arrested in a Madisonville homicide.Cincinnati Police received a call for a person who was shot Friday evening around 10:40p.m. at a bar near the intersection of Bramble Avenue and Whetsel Avenue. Once they arrived on scene they found the victim, dead. The 21-year-old male was shot in the face and chest inside a bar called Inbetween Innings. He has been identified ...
Temperatures started quite chilly in the tri-state Saturday morning with most areas going down into the 40s.Clear skies and sun will help boost temperatures up to 60 by noon. Most of the area will be in the mid-60s by late Saturday afternoon.Some cloud cover will move in later in the day and meteorologist Josh Knight says there is just a slim chance of a shower Saturday evening.Sunday is also ...
Cincinnati Police are investigating a homicide in Madisonville.Cincinnati Police received a call for a person who was shot Friday evening around 10:40p.m. at a bar near the intersection of Bramble Avenue and Whetsel Avenue. Once they arrived on scene they found the victim, dead. The 21-year-old male was shot in the face and chest inside a bar called Inbetween Innings. He has been identified as ...
About midnight, a fire alarm went off at the Phi Gamma Delta House on High Street in Oxford. By the time firefighters got there, the fire was already going pretty strong. The two people that were inside the house when the fire started had exited safely.Eventually, the fire got so strong that firefighters had to exit the home and fight the fire defensively from the outside.Numerous fire ...
Cincinnati Police are investigating a fatal accident in College Hill in which a pedestrian was struck.Investigators say 26 year-old Mackenzie Cleary was in the roadway on Hamilton Avenue, a few blocks north of North Bend Road, about 8 p.m. Friday night when he was struck by a 2010 Jeep Compass. Cleary was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he died.The 61 year-old female ...
For Travis Wood, Saturday's start in Cincinnati might mean a little more than usual. The Cubs left-hander will be taking the mound against his former team, and Chicago manager Dale Sveum knows from experience that players don't take those games lightly. "I don't care who you are -- I've been traded and been on different teams and come back and faced the (old) ...
Cincinati Police are investigating a homicide in Madisonville.Cincinnati Police received a call for a person who was shot Friday evening around 10:40p.m. at a bar near the intersection of Bramble Avenue and Whetsel Avenue. Once they arrived on scene they found the victim, dead. The 29-year-old male was shot in the face and chest inside a bar called Inbetween Innings. Local 12 has a crew on the ...
CHC@CIN: Votto clubs majestic solo homer in fourth Joey Votto started it; his teammates just finished the job. With the Reds trailing the Cubs 3-0 in the bottom of the fourth on Friday night, Votto -- the National League's reigning Player of the Week -- hit a solo bomb to left field to put his team on the board. That home run opened the floodgates, as Cincinnati went on to score four ...
Cincinnati Police are investigating a fatal accident in College Hill.Crews were called to the 6300 block of Hamilton Avenue for a report of a person struck by a vehicle. The 26-year-old male was transported to UCMC where he was pronounced dead. His name has not yet been released. There is no word on charges at this ...
The motion calls for no firefighter layoffs and reducing the number of police officers to be laid off to 25. The new plan also restores funding to several social service programs and the parks department and keeps the Westwood Town Hall open. The budget also reduces car allowances, the next Mayor's office budget, uniform expenses for the fire department, among several other ...
Email CINCINNATI -- Fresh off a trio of rehab starts for Double-A Pensacola, Reds reliever Manny Parra was back in Cincinnati this week to pick up some things and do some laundry before moving on to continue his rehab assignment with Triple-A Louisville. Plans changed, though, when the Reds put fellow left-handed reliever Sean Marshall on the disabled list on Friday, and Parra received a call ...
Email CINCINNATI -- For most of May, shortstop Zack Cozart had been having a tough time getting anything going at the plate. The struggles had become bad enough that manager Dusty Baker started to consider making a change in the two-hole, where Cozart has hit most of the season. "I've been kind of wondering what to do," Baker said. "That is the spot for him on my team, but ...
Email CINCINNATI -- Tom Tsuchiya is the sculptor responsible for the statues of Joe Nuxhall, Ernie Lombardi, Ted Kluszewski, Frank Robinson and Johnny Bench that can be seen at Great American Ball Park. On Wednesday, Tsuchiya previewed his latest creation, a statue of former Reds second baseman and Hall of Famer Joe Morgan, which will be unveiled at the park later this summer. Currently putting ...
Bellevue Police are investigating the discovery of a body in a woods.The deceased has been identified as Shane Poore.Officers were called to a wooded area off Riviera Drive, near the Party Source, around 3 p.m. ThursdayA driver became suspicious because of a foul odor in the area and called police.Officers say that the death was originally listed as "suspicious" and Poore's body ...
Using art to change lives-it's the new mission for a church built more than 150 years ago. Saint Michael the Archangel church in Lower Price Hill has a new mission. Bloc Ministries is turning the old Catholic church into a center for the arts. It's part of an effort to reach out to those living in the community and show them there's a way out of poverty. Local 12 News Reporter ...
It's a global consumer product company, and it's based here in Cincinnati. Procter and Gamble has given us everything from Tide to Charmin to Crest Whitening Strips. The company delivers goods used by more than four and a half billion people everyday. Local 12's Tiffany Wilson shows us how P&G got started and why it remains So Cincinnati. You'd be hard pressed to find a ...
A 166-year-old church in Lower Price Hill is getting a new mission: changing lives through art. Mass hasn't been held at St. Michael the Archangel in more than a decade. Bloc Ministries is transforming the church into St. Michael's Art Sanctuary. "I've been an artist ever since I can remember," Mike Altman said. Altman is a cartoonist who moved his family from Indiana to ...
Just in time for Memorial Day a daughter of a World War II veteran gets quite a gift.It's a White House cookbook and it dates back more than 100 years. Colonel Jonathan Hunt was an advisor to two presidents and is now buried in Arlington National Cemetery. His family recently discovered he had left them something special from one of his favorite hobbies.The Colonel liked to cook, especially ...
This holiday weekend marks the start of the most dangerous season for companies like Rumpke. When people throw away chemicals after opening swimming pools, it can make for a dangerous combination. It's an issue that's led to several recent fires. Local 12's Rich Jaffe says in April of last year, a Rumpke truck driver unknowingly brought what's called a "hot load" to ...
They say almost everybody in Cincinnati knew somebody who either died at the Beverly Hills Supper Club or escaped from the flames. But the first fire fighters at the scene, the volunteer department from Southgate where the supper club was located, have never gotten a formal acknowledgement of their life-saving efforts.That's changed Friday evening at the Southgate fire house.The fire was ...
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University of Cincinnati researchers have identified a number of biomarkers for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which could help with earlier diagnosis and intervention in those who have not yet shown symptoms.
This finding was made possible by using the Department of Defense Serum Repository (DoDSR).
The DoDSR is a biological repository operated by the U.S. Department of Defense and contains over 50 million human serum specimens, collected primarily from applicants to and members of the U.S. uniformed services.
This discovery, the first of its kind and led by UC's Bruce Yacyshyn, MD, is being presented via podium presentation by staff from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at Digestive Disease Week 2013, being held May 18-21 in Orlando, Fla.
"With collaborators from Walter Reed, we were able to identify all of the active duty service men and women who developed IBD and then used the repository to go back and look at various biomarkers to see what each person had in common," said Yacyshyn, a professor of medicine at the UC College of Medicine and UC Health gastroenterologist.
IBD is a group of inflammatory conditions of the colon and small intestine. The main types of IBD are Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis; inflammatory bowel diseases are considered autoimmune diseases in which the body's own immune system attacks elements of the digestive system. ...
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