Get Free Cincinnati Storm Spotter Training From the National Weather Service in Wilmington
The NWS hosts storm spotter training multiple times each month.
By Jaime Lees
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ACLU’s Mobile Justice App Helps Witnesses Hold Bad Cops Accountable
The ACLU’s Mobile Justice app exists to help witnesses document, report and hold bad cops accountable for their actions.
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How to Narc on Your Greater Cincinnati Neighbors For Leaving Animals Outside in the Cold
It's your duty as a decent human being to try to help animals in distress. You don’t have to hop a fence and steal a dog, though (usually).
By Rachel Smith and Jaime Lees
Looking Ahead: Old Farmer's Almanac Predictions for Cincinnati This Winter
Founded in 1792, The Old Farmer’s Almanac features annual weather forecasts, planting guides, sunrise times and even recipes
Uber and Lyft are Offering Discounted Rides to the Polls on Election Day
if you don't have your own ride to the polls, and if Metro's fare-free rides on Election Day don't work for your schedule or location, you can also take advantage of discounts from the two biggest rideshare companies.
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