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6:38 am
Fri July 20, 2012

Vice President Focuses On Manufacturing At Ohio Campaign Stop

About 600 backers of President Obama gathered at a union hall in downtown Columbus yesterday to hear Vice President Joe Biden explain Ohio is adding manufacturing jobs now because of President Obama’s bold decision to bail out the American auto industry. Biden said the President has bet on Ohio and America and says it’s paying off with gains in manufacturing jobs. But when comes to betting on America, Biden said it’s fair to question Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s record at his financial firm, Bain Capital.

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Arts & Culture
7:59 pm
Thu July 19, 2012

Conrad's Corner: July 19, 2012

Marietta Ball reads her poem, "On Observing a Lesser Brain Species."

Around the Miami Valley
6:09 pm
Thu July 19, 2012

Montford Point Marines receive Congressional Gold Medal; Jonas Bender shares his story

Yellow Springs, Ohio resident Jonas Bender was proud to serve as a member of the Montford Point Marines. Bender and 20,000 members of the group who broke the Corps’ color barrier were honored with the Congressional Gold Medal recently in Washington, D.C.

President Barack Obama signed the bill awarding the medal to the Montford Point Marines last year.

Bender, 87, is one of 400 Marines still living of the 20,000 who trained at the segregated boot camp of Montford Point in North Carolina between 1942 and 1949.

Around the Miami Valley
4:53 pm
Thu July 19, 2012

Dayton Ranks In Top 5 Of Empty Cities List

The city of Dayton has received another dubious distinction. CNBC has compiled a list of the 10 emptiest cities in the country, and as Emily McCord reports, Dayton has earned the number two spot.

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Statewide News
8:00 am
Thu July 19, 2012

Ohio Death Penalty Committee Looks at Racial Bias

An Ohio Supreme Court committee studying the state's capital punishment law plans to vote on recommendations today requiring the collection of data to detect racial bias in death penalty cases.

The data would include a review of past cases as well as collecting information in the future on all homicides that might be eligible for capital punishment.  Other recommendations would require prosecutors, lawyers and judges involved in death penalty cases to be trained to protect against racial bias.

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