Cincinnati vs. the World 07.09.2014

Google began banning porn ads from its search engine July 7, adding to the site’s previous ban of underage, non-consensual sexual content and prostitution services. WORLD +1

Google began banning porn ads from its search engine July 7, adding to the site’s previous ban of underage, non-consensual sexual content and prostitution services. WORLD +1

Don Cheadle’s film about jazz icon Miles Davis started filming in the Queen City; Cheadle was spotted around the corner from CityBeat’s office. The movie, Miles Ahead, was approved for a $2.37 million Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit. CINCINNATI +1

Job growth in June was better than expected — the economy added 288,000 jobs, dropping the unemployment rate to 6.1 percent, its lowest level since September 2008. WORLD +2

Most of the 68 women who were captured two weeks ago by Nigeria’s Islamic militant group Boko Haram have escaped from capitivity, reports say. The 200 schoolgirls captured in April are still being held. WORLD +1

The Greater Cincinnati area is a hotbed of hazmat transportation accidents, according to a recent Enquirer investigation. The area’s status as a highway and railway hub has our transportation system operating at maximum capacity while chemical shipments are only expanding, creating potential for serious spills in the future.  CINCINNATI -2

THIS WEEK
CINCINNATI: -1
WORLD: +4

YEAR TO DATE
CINCINNATI: -16
WORLD: -2

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