Archive for May, 2009


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Calm After the Storms

Workers from the National Weather Service will be out Sunday checking on reports of tornado touchdowns after severe storms rolled through the Tri-state Saturday night.

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Grants shed light on needs of poor

NORWOOD – As representatives of 20 Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky nonprofits last week detailed how they were spending emergency grants made via the Greater Cincinnati Foundation, snapshots of economic crisis melded into themes.

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Highway Patrol: Southern Ohio woman dies after crash on I-90 in Lake County

A 60-year-old woman from Brown County has died after being ejected from her SUV in an early morning crash Friday.

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I-90 crash kills 60-year-old driver from Brown County

A 60-year-old southern Ohio woman was killed this morning in a crash on Interstate 90 when she was thrown from her car after it flipped.

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Police Arrest Two Men For Drug Trafficking

Last Friday Brown County Deputies arrested 34-year-old Keith Cooper, of Cincinnati.

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Driver Killed In Brown County Crash

Troopers said a Bethel man was killed in an overnight crash in Brown County. The Ohio Highway Patrol said that Alfred R Bruce II was going south on Ohio Route 774 just after 3:30 a.m. when his sport utility vehicle traveled off the right side of the road, came back on the road and overturned.

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Heroin Bust Made in Hillsboro

Detectives and Deputies with the Highland County Sheriff’s Office made a heroin related arrest at a local Hillsboro business on Friday, May 1st.

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Shoplifting Incident Leads to Drug-Related Arrests

A possible shoplifting incident led to a heroin related arrrest at a Hillsboro business on Friday.

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Influenza A(H1N1) – update 9

The situation continues to evolve. As of 06:00 GMT, 2 May 2009, 15 countries have officially reported 615 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection.
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No rationale for travel restrictions

WHO is not recommending travel restrictions related to the outbreak of the influenza A(H1N1) virus. Today, international travel moves rapidly, with large numbers of individuals visiting various parts of the world. Limiting travel and imposing travel restrictions would have very little effect on stopping the virus from spreading, but would be highly disruptive to the global community.
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