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McConnell-McGrath Race Is Expensive, But Is It Close?
Both candidates in Kentucky U.S. Senate race this year have raised boat loads of cash, with Democratic challenger Amy McGrath setting a record in the most recent quarter's reporting. But is all that money making a difference in the race?
McGrath's Fundraising Record; 40 Years After WCPO Hostages Taken, Plus More Top Stories
Friday on Cincinnati Edition 's weekly news review: Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Amy McGrath raised a record amount of money in Kentucky for her campaign - and doubled the intake of her opponent, incumbent Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. But will it help her pull off the upset against one of America's most powerful men?
NKY's Thomas Massie Faces Challenge From Alexandra Owensby
Rep. Thomas Massie faces a challenge this November from Democrat Alexandra Owensby in Kentucky's 4 th Congressional District. Massie has held the seat for seven years. Owensby is a registered nurse from Ft. Thomas.
The Move To Ban No-Knock Warrants In Cincinnati
It was a no-knock warrant that let to the police killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, adding to the nationwide protests against deadly police violence. The city of Louisville vowed to end the practice. Now the city of Cincinnati may do the same.
'The Gun Range Needs To Go': Residents Speak Out About CPD Gun Range
A Cincinnati Council committee heard testimony last week about the Cincinnati Police Department's gun range in Evendale and its negative impact on Lincoln Heights. Along with noise pollution, there is likely significant lead pollution on the gun range and the possibility of lead poisoning nearby.
Commission President Denise Driehaus Faces Republican Matthew Paul O'Neill
There are two seats up for election on the Hamilton County Commission this year. One of them is that of Commission President Denise Driehaus, who hopes to hold on to her job. But the Democratic candidate faces a challenge from first-time candidate, Republican Matthew Paul O'Neill.
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