DHL en Customs finds $600K in shipped tortilla presses <p>CINCINNATI (AP) - Federal customs officials say over $600,000 in U.S. money was hidden in tortilla press machines being shipped from someone in Mexico to Bogota, Colombia, through a freight hub at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.</p><p>U.S. Customs and Border Protection says its Cincinnati agents working with the DHL hub at the airport in nearby Hebron, Ky., found the currency Saturday at the shipping facility.</p> Tue, 16 Aug 2011 11:28:47 +0000 Associated Press 3169 at Customs finds $600K in shipped tortilla presses DHL Transfers Wilmington Air Park Back To Community <p><i>City, county and state officials gathered in Wilmington yesterday to complete the transfer of Wilmington Airpark from the international shipping company DHL to the Clinton County Port Authority . As WYSO's Emily McCord reports, the transfer of the asset couldn't come at a better time, as the county has the worst unemployment rate in Ohio.</i></p> Thu, 03 Jun 2010 12:30:00 +0000 Emily McCord 6450 at DHL Donates Air Park To Wilmington <p><span class="article-content"><span>State officials, business leaders, and local government met in Wilmington Tuesday to announce an agreement about the future of Wilmington&#39;s Air Park. Shipping company DHL announced that it will donate it back to the community.<br /> Tue, 19 Jan 2010 21:15:47 +0000 Emily McCord 5309 at Wilmington Adopts Green Economic Plan To Revitalize Town <p><span class="article-content"><span>Thursday night, Wilmington officially became a &quot;Green Enterprise Zone&quot;. It adopted the plan in response to DHL moving its operations and taking more than 9000 jobs elsewhere. That&#39;s where Mark Rembert and Taylor Stuckert come in. They&#39;re two recent college graduates who put aside their plans for the Peace Corps to help save their hometown by helping Wilmington go green.<br /> Fri, 17 Jul 2009 16:12:23 +0000 Emily McCord 5306 at Oklahoma Charity Brings Relief to Wilmington <p><span class="article-content"><span>A line of people stretched over a city block in Wilmington yesterday. Hiding their faces to protect them from the cold, they waited for food and supplies. A Christian charity group called &quot;Feed the Children&quot; brought in eleven semi trucks to deliver goods in response to the worsening economy in the town.<br /><br />Kermit Whitt stood in line with his family, wearing a heavy coat to keep warm. He says he needs to be here because he lost his job at DHL over the summer and still hasn&#39;t found work.<br /> Fri, 20 Feb 2009 16:08:55 +0000 Emily McCord 5305 at