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12:45 pm
Fri January 6, 2012

What's Great in Dayton: January 6 - 12, 2012

The Dayton International Peace Museum

Today is 2012’s First Friday in Downtown Dayton. Lots of exhibit openings at the galleries, art demonstrations, live music and jazz and ice skating. As you are wandering around you will be hearing REV. COOL'S AROUND THE FRINGE since lots of places have dialed their radio to 91.3 WYSO.

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Politics
4:42 pm
Thu January 5, 2012

Ohio Treasurer Among 6 In GOP Ohio US Senate Race

State Treasurer Josh Mandel and five other Republicans will face off in this year's Ohio GOP primary for U.S. Senate.

The state's top elections official on Thursday announced the list of Senate contenders who will appear on the March 6 primary ballots.

The winner of the 6-way Republican contest would likely face incumbent U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, a Democrat, in November in one of the nation's most closely watched Senate races.

Democrat Mark McGinnis is listed as a write-in candidate challenging Brown.

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Music
2:34 pm
Thu January 5, 2012

Live on Kaleidoscope: Meg Cavanaugh

Meg Cavanaugh began considering songwriting in high school while she was involved in musical theater.  Looking influences like Ani DiFranco and Joni Mitchell, Cavanaugh picked up a guitar and years later is a performing songwriter.  Cavanaugh debut album, The Musketeer's Handbook is out now, and she's currently writing more songs in anticipation of a second album.

 

Environment
9:32 am
Thu January 5, 2012

After Quakes, Owner to Lower Pressure in Ohio Well

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The owner of a northeast Ohio well used to dispose of wastewater from oil and gas drilling plans to remove material from it to help lower its inner pressure following 11 minor earthquakes.

State officials say they believe injecting wastewater near a fault line created enough pressure to cause seismic activity. The latest and largest quake was Saturday in the Youngtown area and registered at magnitude 4.0, which can cause moderate damage.

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Business & Technology
8:57 am
Thu January 5, 2012

Talks Planned on New Openings for 2 Ohio Casinos

Adam Tinworth

Ohio regulators plan to meet with the operators of two Ohio casinos to talk about a new timetable, now that a consultant has recommended that their openings be delayed.

Consultant Fredric Gushin of Spectrum Gaming told the state Casino Control Commission on Wednesday that more time is needed to investigate the Cleveland and Toledo facilities for licensing.

The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reports commission Chairwoman Jo Ann Davidson said she's optimistic the delays will be a matter of "weeks, not months."

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