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Home appraisal increased by almost $100,000 after Black family hid their race

Appraisal discrimination is a problem that's well known within the Black community, but it's not widely acknowledged.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Black, Cincinnati Enquirer


'He knows he'll never make the Hall of Fame': Billy Joel changes Pete Rose lyrics at Reds stadium

Billy Joel played Great American Ball Park Friday night and had surprises for Billy Joel fans and Reds fans alike.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Billy Joel, Reds, Pete Rose, Cincinnati Enquirer, Great American Ball Park


Lockdown lifted at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base after reports of an active shooter

Authorities lifted a lockdown at Ohio's Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Friday after security officials investigated reports of a shooter on campus.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Ohio, Cincinnati Enquirer, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Wright Patterson Air Force


Concert announcements and cancellations this week

Adding Black Veil Brides at Bogart's and subtracting Of Montreal at Woodward Theater.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Montreal, Bogart, Cincinnati Enquirer, Woodward Theater


Ohio judge rules hospital cannot be forced to give ivermectin to COVID patient

An Ohio judge has ruled that an area hospital cannot be compelled to administer ivermectin to a COVID-19 patient, against wife's wishes.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Ohio, Cincinnati Enquirer


Some nurses are choosing to get fired rather than get vaccinated

Protesters holding placards expressing their opinion while chanting outside St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital, during the demonstration. Health care workers and others gathered at several hospitals throughout Michigan protesting the recent announcement by Trinity Health and Henry Ford Health systems that requires nurses and other health workers under their employment to receive the Coronavirus Vaccine on July 24 2021. Matthew Hatcher/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Many healthcare...
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Hall of Famer Johnny Bench tests positive for COVID-19, says vaccine kept him out of hospital

Johnny Bench, Reds legend and Hall of Famer, said Friday he tested positive for COVID-19 but that the vaccine kept him out of the hospital.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Hall of Famer, Cincinnati Enquirer, Famer Johnny Bench, Johnny Bench Reds


Brooks & Dunn ramp up first nationwide tour in 10 years at Riverbend in Cincinnati

On Saturday, the country duo returns to Riverbend, a stop on their first nationwide tour in 10 years.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Cincinnati, Brooks, Dunn, Cincinnati Enquirer, Riverbend


'Riddle me that': Nick Castellanos continues storybook season against Cardinals

Nick Castellanos became the first Reds player with six RBI in the first two innings of a game since the RBI became an official stat in 1920.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Reds, Cardinals, Cincinnati Enquirer, Nick Castellanos


Review: Ovation is a great place to see a concert, especially this one

Ovation – perhaps already the best outdoor venue of its size in the area – became a temporary gay bar for Sunday night's opening Kesha show.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Kesha, Cincinnati Enquirer


Aronoff Center, Music Hall to require vaccinations or negative COVID-19 tests for entry

Beginning Sept. 13, ticket holders will be required to show vaccination proof or a negative COVID-19 test for entry.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Cincinnati Enquirer


Rand Paul says scientists won't study horse-deworming drug ivermectin's use as a potential COVID cure because of their 'hatred for Trump'

Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said he was "in the middle" about whether ivermectin should be used. He said researchers did not want to study the drug because of their "hatred for Trump." Greg Nash-Pool/Getty Images Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said researchers won't study ivermectin because of their "hatred for Trump." Paul said he was "in the middle" on whether ivermectin should be used and wanted more research done. The FDA and CDC are asking people to avoid the drug, which is used to deworm...
Tags: News, Cdc, US, Trends, Rand Paul, Fda, University of Oxford, Donald Trump, Trump, PAUL, US Food and Drug Administration, Kentucky Sen Rand Paul, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Sen Rand Paul of Kentucky, Cincinnati Enquirer, Ivermectin


Rand Paul claims scientists won't study horse deworming drug ivermectin's use as a potential COVID cure because of their 'hatred for Trump'

Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky said he was "in the middle" about whether ivermectin should be used, but said researchers did not want to study the drug because o their "hatred for Trump." Greg Nash-Pool/Getty Images Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul said researchers won't study ivermectin because of their "hatred for Trump." Paul said he was "in the middle" on whether ivermectin should be used and wanted more research done. This is despite the FDA and CDC asking people to avoid the drug, which is us...
Tags: News, Cdc, US, Trends, Rand Paul, Fda, Donald Trump, Trump, PAUL, US Food and Drug Administration, Kentucky Sen Rand Paul, Sen Rand Paul of Kentucky, Cincinnati Enquirer, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine


St. Vincent talks new album, film and bringing a show Cincinnati 'won't forget'

St. Vincent's tour stops in Cincinnati on Sept. 7. Her new movie, "The Nowhere Inn" is released 10 days later.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
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Naomi Osaka upset by Jil Teichmann in third round of Western & Southern Open

No. 2 Naomi Osaka was upset by Jil Teichmann in three sets in the Western & Southern Open's Round of 16.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Naomi Osaka, Cincinnati Enquirer, Jil Teichmann


Tale of two new music venues: Here are the schedules for Icon and Ovation

We have two new music venues! Here's a look at the concerts coming to the new spots in Newport and Downtown.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Newport, Cincinnati Enquirer


Riverbend, Taft, Icon, other MEMI venues to require vaccine or negative COVID-19 test

All entry requirements for shows happening between Aug. 16 and Oct. 4, when the policy will be enacted, will be at the artist's discretion.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Cincinnati Enquirer


How a prolific anti-vax doctor, known for endorsing claims that COVID-19 shots could make you magnetic, oversees a lucrative empire of junk science

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny talking to followers via Instagram Live. Dr Sherri Tenpenny/Instagram Dr. Sherri Tenpenny was named as one of the 12 most prolific sources of anti-vax misinformation. Earlier this year she told Ohio lawmakers that COVID-19 vaccines could make people magnetic. But her influence runs deeper, reaching a vast audience and earning her money. See more stories on Insider's business page. Dr. Sherri Tenpenny had just returned from the Ohio Statehouse late on June 9, 2021.Sh...
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Ohio judge orders man to get a COVID-19 vaccine as part of his sentence

Judge Chris Wagner is among a handful of Ohio judges to order someone to get a COVID-19 vaccine or use getting vaccinated as a way to reduce a sentence.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
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An Ohio judge ordered a man to get a COVID vaccine as part of his sentence

Judge Chris Wagner is among a handful of Ohio judges to order someone to get a COVID-19 vaccine or use getting vaccinated as a way to reduce a sentence.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Ohio, Chris Wagner, Cincinnati Enquirer


Unemployed people in Arkansas have won back their benefits, marking the third state to reverse aid cuts

Carlos Ponce joins a protest in in Miami Springs, Florida, asking senators to continue unemployment benefits past July 31, 2020. Joe Raedle/Getty Images Unemployed workers in Arkansas are the latest to win back their federal benefits. They follow similar temporary legal victories in Maryland and Indiana, with thousands getting benefits restored. However, the lawsuits have won back benefits the Biden administration didn't intervene to restore. See more stories on Insider's business...
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Bogart's is reopening in August, here's the full list of events

Bogart's reopens with live music and events Aug. 12 with Bryce Vine.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Bogart, Cincinnati Enquirer, Bryce Vine


'Incel' plotted to kill women in Ohio State University mass shooting, federal prosecutors say

A 21-year-old man faces hate crime charges after federal prosecutors said he armed himself and planned to kill women at Ohio State University.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Ohio State University, Cincinnati Enquirer


Former Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman to Stephen A. Smith: 'Only wish my son's employers had been as forgiving'

Former Reds announcer Marty Brennaman replied to an apology Stephen A. Smith made and wished his son's employers "had been as forgiving."       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
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'Hillbilly Elegy' author J.D. Vance announces Senate bid, joins crowded GOP primary in Ohio

J.D. Vance officially kicked off his bid for U.S. Senate Thursday, joining a crowded GOP field after months of hinting at a run for office.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Senate, Gop, Ohio, U S Senate, Cincinnati Enquirer, J D Vance


Cincinnati concert announcements this week, tickets on sale soon

New show announcements slowed down this week, but there are still some goodies within.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Enquirer


Cracker's David Lowery pulls no punches on feelings about Spotify

Cracker will play a free show at Fountain Square on July 3 with the Perfect Children and Matt St. George.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Spotify, Religion, David Lowery, Fountain Square, Cincinnati Enquirer, Matt St George


Noah Lyles wins 200-meter dash at U.S. Olympic track and field trials in world-leading time

2019 world 200-meter champion Noah Lyles saved his best race for last, winning the event at the U.S. track Olympic trials in a world-leading time.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
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Teachers, school staff can't carry firearms without police training, Ohio Supreme Court rules

Ohio school teachers can't carry firearms on duty without extensive police training or 20 years of experience, the state's Supreme Court ruled.       [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Ohio, Ohio Supreme Court, Cincinnati Enquirer


Cincinnati concert announcements: Lil Baby, Roots, ZZ Top, Brad Paisley and more

It's Monday in Cincinnati again, and you know what that means. A big ol' batch of fresh new concert announcements is ready for your perusal.        [Author: Cincinnati Enquirer]
Tags: Religion, Cincinnati, Brad Paisley, Cincinnati Enquirer