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Watcher' tracks coronavirus in Cincinnati and beyond

As cases of COVID-19 soar two University of Cincinnati students develop an interactive dashboard that shows cases and deaths related to the novel coronavirus throughout the nation.
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SafeSport: Amy Nyman made gymnasts feel ‘scared, degraded and humiliated’

As the temperature hit triple digits in northwest Ohio one day in 2002, Amy Nyman had the doors at New Heights Gymnastics closed and instructed the gymnasts she coached, some as young as 10, to do sprints in the sweltering heat inside the gym. No water breaks were allowed. The incident is listed among the findings in previously undisclosed confidential U.S. Center for SafeSport documents shared with the Southern California News Group that describe the “impossible conditioning” Nyman, the wife of...
Tags: Usa, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Pennsylvania, Olympics, New Jersey, Ohio, Prince, Fort Worth, Cincinnati, Tara Lipinski, Hill, Charleston South Carolina, Saunders, Callaghan


Transgenic mouse model of HLH may play key role in saving lives during COVID-19

A transgenic mouse developed at Cincinnati Children's to model the deadly childhood immune disease HLH (hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis) may play a key role in saving lives during the COVID-19 virus pandemic.
Tags: Health, Cincinnati, HLH


Cincinnati children's HLH research points to treatment for COVID-19 cytokine storms

A transgenic mouse developed at Cincinnati Children's to model the deadly childhood immune disease HLH (hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis) may play a key role in saving lives during the COVID-19 virus pandemic. One of the genetically engineered mouse strain's inventors--Cincinnati Children's cancer pathologist Gang Huang, PhD-- is co-investigator on a small clinical trial that successfully tested a drug used to treat to HLH (ruxolitinib) to dramatically reverse respiratory and multi-system infl...
Tags: Science, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Children, HLH, Gang Huang


More than $250k in counterfeit US bills seized in Cincinnati

In Cincinnati, Ohio, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection intercepted more than $250,000 in counterfeit US bills on its way from Shenzhen, China to Guthrie, Oklahoma. From Fox19: The money, which was not washed or bleached, was printed from a high-end printer on regular paper. Officers say the currency number was the same for every bill, and on the back of the bill there was foreign writing in the location where one of the security features would exist. Translated, the "fore...
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This Date in Baseball

1918 — Cleveland’s Stan Coveleski pitched 19 innings in the Indians’ 3-2 victory over the New York Yankees. Former pitcher Joe Wood hit a home run for the win. 1935 — In the first major league night game in Cincinnati, the Reds beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-1 before 25,000.
Tags: News, Sports, Cleveland, Reds, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati, Indians, Joe Wood, Stan Coveleski


Wilner: Time for USC and UCLA to step up and save the Pac-12

At precisely 2 p.m. Tuesday, the UCLA athletic department’s Twitter account made the hiring official, welcoming Martin Jarmond as the Bruins’ ninth athletic director. Later that afternoon, at 4:23 p.m., Jarmond’s crosstown counterpart, Mike Bohn, did the same: “Welcome @MartinJarmond to the Pac-12 and LA, the nation’s number one sports city!!” Bohn and Jarmond need to be more than just Twitter pals. Finally, after so many missteps and controversies, after all the opportunities missed and losses ...
Tags: Oregon, Stanford, Time, Sports, NFL, Sport, Fox, Soccer, Kansas, College sports, Ncaa, Ohio, Espn, Meyer, Ohio State, Usc


Most popular types of German sausage

Here in America , if we don’t have an opinion on where to go to dinner or what color shirt to buy, we say, “It’s all the same to me.” If a German guy doesn’t care what the office wants to order for lunch, he might say something like Das ist mir wurst, which translates literally to, “This means sausage to me,” but really means something closer to, “It doesn’t matter to me.” The sausage talk doesn’t end there. In Germany, in fact, a great many idioms are based around the sausage. “Everything ha...
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Germany, Berlin, America, Eu, Frankfurt, Austria, Poland, Nuremberg, Bavaria, Wurst, All, Cincinnati, Sausage


HBO's top 82 TV shows of all time, ranked from worst to best by critics

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
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Regional Spotlight: How Cincinnati Playhouse is Working Through the Global Health Crisis

Today we're checking in with Cincinnati Playhouse. We chatted withBlake Robison, Artistic Director. [Author: Stephi Wild]
Tags: Theatre, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Playhouse, Stephi Wild, Global Health Crisis


Urban Meyer's son, Nate Meyer, joins Cincinnati football team as walk-on

Nate Meyer, the son of former Ohio State coach Urban Meyer, has joined the program as a wide receiver, coach Luke Fickell told Yahoo Sports.
Tags: News, Sports, Meyer, Ohio State, Cincinnati, Luke Fickell, Nate Meyer


New Listings are Ticking Up, With High-End Homes Beginning to Rally After Tumbling the Most

– For-sale listings of more affordable homes have been less affected by the slowdown, and now make up a larger-than-usual share of the market – New listings remain down 39% from last year, but have been rising for the past three weeks, perhaps in response to improved buyer demand; newly pending sales are up 7% from the previous week. – Sellers did not pull back equally — new listings of the most expensive homes are down by 46%, while the least expensive homes are down 32%. – That compo...
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Coronavirus threatens a guarded tradition for many black Americans: Voting in person

For weeks leading up to Election Day in 2018, Terence Gragston's cell phone rang constantly. Cincinnati residents, many of them strangers, called requesting a ride to the polls for early voting.
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UCLA’s AD search is in the home stretch: Details on the finalists, the challenges and the process

*** 4:45 p.m. update: See response from UCLA near the end of the column … In its pursuit of new revenue streams, perhaps UCLA should consider the delivery business. The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t stopped the Bruins. Why would rain, sleet or snow? The search for an athletic director to replace Dan Guerrero has entered its final stage, with an announcement likely within weeks. That timing fits within the original framework laid out by chancellor Gene Block and has been made possible by interview...
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NFL schedule would kick off with Chiefs vs. Texans on Sept. 10

The Kansas City Chiefs will open defense of their Super Bowl championship by hosting Houston on Sept. 10 in the NFL’s annual kickoff game — pending developments in the coronavirus pandemic, of course. The Texans won a regular-season game at Arrowhead Stadium in 2019, then blew a 24-0 lead in the divisional round of the playoffs. RELATED: Rams would open SoFi on Sept. 13 | Chargers’ schedule looks manageable Another highlight of the opening weekend will have Tom Brady’s regular-season debut with ...
Tags: Minnesota, Washington, Cowboys, Sports, NFL, Drew Brees, Raiders, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Dolphins, Soccer, Tennessee, New Orleans, Chargers, Dallas


Chargers’ 2020 schedule would offer chance to rebound from 5-11 season

If all goes according to plan, and there are certainly no guarantees of that these days, the Chargers will begin the post-Philip Rivers era on Sept. 13 against the Bengals at Cincinnati, then play their first game in shiny, new SoFi Stadium on Sept. 20 against the Kansas City Chiefs, the defending Super Bowl champions. The NFL released the 2020 schedules on Thursday, working on the assumption that the show will go on this fall, unencumbered by coronavirus restrictions that have wreaked havoc on ...
Tags: Sports, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Dallas Cowboys, New Orleans, Chargers, Miami, Cbs, Seattle Seahawks, Tom Brady, Todd Gurley


Dalton views season of backing up Dak as halftime of career

The 32-year-old former Cincinnati starter doesn't expect to play as the insurance policy for a two-time Pro Bowler who hasn't missed a game in his first four seasons, even though Prescott technically isn't under contract because he hasn't signed the $31 million deal that goes with the franchise tag. At the same time, Dalton doesn't think his days as a No. 1 quarterback in the NFL are over following his release from the Bengals a week after they drafted Joe Burrow first ...
Tags: News, Sports, NFL, Ohio, Prescott, Cincinnati, Dalton, Bengals, Zac Taylor, Dak, Joe Burrow


A Frank Acknowledgment of Reality?

For the Symposium on Gerald Leonard and Saul Cornell, The Partisan Republic: Democracy, Exclusion, and the Fall of the Founders' Constitution, 1780s-1830s (Cambridge University Press, 2019). Mark R. Killenbeck             The Partisan Republic is eloquent and deeply reasoned.  Gerald Leonard and Saul Cornell argue persuasively that “[t]hose who wrote and adopted the Constitution . . . took a dim view of democracy” and that any account of the Constitution in general and its original goals and ...
Tags: Maryland, Supreme Court, Massachusetts, Court, Pennsylvania, United States, Ferguson, Kansas, States, United, Cornell, Branding, Cincinnati, Guest Blogger, Marshall, John Bingham


The Van Buren/Lincoln Connection

For the Symposium on Gerald Leonard and Saul Cornell, The Partisan Republic: Democracy, Exclusion, and the Fall of the Founders' Constitution, 1780s-1830s (Cambridge University Press, 2019). Leading textbooks and scholars maintain that during the nineteenth century in theory and in practice departmentalism was the main alternative to judicial supremacy.   Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Lincoln, in this conventional view, articulated the foundational expressions of departmentalist logic.   Jeffer...
Tags: Maryland, Supreme Court, Congress, United States, Union, Lincoln, States, Republican Party, Republic, Cornell, Branding, Cincinnati, Marshall, John Bingham, Thomas Jefferson, Scott


Bengals “weren't moving off that first pick” with Joe Burrow available

We don't know if anyone made a serious offer to the Bengals for the No. 1 overall choice. Or what the best offer was that Cincinnati received. The Bengals aren't telling, either. "We don't talk publicly about offers. We really weren't inte
Tags: News, Cincinnati, Bengals, Joe Burrow


How are home prices still rising during the pandemic?

Although the stock market has been volatile for weeks and unemployment has continued to rise, home prices have been seemingly unaffected.
Tags: Analysis, Chicago, Radio, Compass, Zillow, Wall Street Journal, Redfin, Cincinnati, NAR, Capital Economics, CoreLogic, Markets & Economy, Select, Realtor.com, Home Price Growth, Median Home Prices


Cowboys sign Dalton, waive incumbent backup QB Cooper Rush

The Dallas Cowboys signed quarterback Andy Dalton on Monday and waived Cooper Rush, who had been the backup to Dak Prescott since the middle of the 2017 season. Dalton is guaranteed at least $3 million on the one-year deal that could be worth up to $7 million for the 32-year-old former Cincinnati starter. The Bengals released Dalton with a year remaining on his contract after drafting Joe Burrow first overall.
Tags: News, Cowboys, Sports, Dallas Cowboys, Dak Prescott, Cincinnati, Dalton, Bengals, Andy Dalton, Joe Burrow, Cooper Rush


The top HBO TV shows of all time, ranked from worst to best by critics

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
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'Dear Cincinnati': Andy Dalton thanks city with video message

The veteran is on his way back home to Texas.
Tags: News, Sports, Cincinnati, Andy Dalton


Andy Dalton thanks Cincinnati in goodbye post

Andy Dalton spent nine seasons in Cincinnati. Dalton replaced Carson Palmer upon arrival as a second-round draft choice. Palmer held out and retired before the Bengals traded him to the Raiders during the 2011 season. His first five seasons, Dalton went 50-26-1 and led the Bengals to the postseason all five seasons. He could not [more]
Tags: News, Sports, Raiders, Palmer, Carson Palmer, Cincinnati, Dalton, Bengals, Andy Dalton, Cincinnati Dalton


Dalton comes home to Texas as Prescott's backup with Cowboys

Dalton and the Cowboys agreed Saturday to a one-year deal that guarantees the former Cincinnati starter $3 million and could be worth up to $7 million. The Cowboys reached a deal with Dalton two days after he was released by the Bengals. Dalton, born and raised in the Houston area, led TCU to an undefeated season that included a Rose Bowl victory over Wisconsin during the 2010 season before the Bengals drafted him in the second round.
Tags: Texas, News, Cowboys, Sports, Wisconsin, Houston, TCU, Prescott, Cincinnati, Dalton, Bengals, Bengals Dalton


The best HBO TV shows of all time — and the worst

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
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The best HBO original TV shows of all time — and the worst

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
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Every notable HBO original TV show, ranked from worst to best by critics

With the launch of HBO Max looming, we looked back at HBO's years of stellar programming. We ranked all of HBO's notable shows from worst to best by Metacritic scores, from classics like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" to modern hits like "Watchmen" and "Succession." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. HBO has brought us some of the greatest TV shows of all time, like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire," throughout its history of original programming, which started in the early '80s. ...
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Bengals release QB Dalton, clear way for Burrow to lead

The Bengals cleared the way for Joe Burrow to lead the team by releasing quarterback Andy Dalton, who holds several of the franchise's passing records but couldn't lead Cincinnati deep into the playoffs. The move Thursday gives Dalton, who had a year left on his deal, a chance to compete for a job with another team. It also clears the way for Burrow to start fresh on a team that hasn't won a playoff game since the 1990 season, the fifth-longest stretch of futility in NFL histor...
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