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  • Reds 6, Pirates 5

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Wallner, The Sports Xchange Reds 6, Pirates 5 CINCINNATI - Center fielder Billy Hamilton had three hits and second baseman Ramon Santiago drove in two runs as the Cincinnati Reds rallied from a four-run deficit to defeat...
  • Santiago's bat sparks Reds' comeback win

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Wallner, The Sports Xchange Santiago's bat sparks Reds' comeback win CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Reds' recent rash of injuries has opened a window of opportunity for Ramon Santiago and he has busted through it, bat in hand....
  • Women: You are having more headaches around menopause, researchers say

    Women: You are having more headaches around menopause, researchers say
    Women’s migraine headache problems rise in the years shortly before before and at the start of menopause, researchers say. That news might feel like vindication to the women who suspected as much but didn’t always get support from their...
  • Duo take jazz, one another, to heart

    Duo take jazz, one another, to heart
    They fell in love, first with one another and then with jazz. They were teenagers at Cincinnati's School for Creative and Performing Arts. She was born and bred. He had just moved there from New Paltz, N.Y. They were starting 11th grade. "Andy was a...
  • How does obesity surgery do all that? Gut signaling changes found

    How does obesity surgery do all that? Gut signaling changes found
    Scientists and physicians who study the treatment of obesity have been puzzled for some years over bariatric surgery and its benefits.”Stomach stapling” surgery was long seen as a “plumbing adjustment” that prompts weight loss by...
  • Non-Equity theater actors juggle day jobs

    Non-Equity theater actors juggle day jobs
    No one pursues a career in theater looking to make a quick buck. That holds especially true in storefront theater for directors and playwrights, designers and stage managers. But non-Equity actors are the public face of this financial reality, which...
  • Charles Keating Jr. dies at 90; key figure in S&L collapse

    Willful and self-assured, Charles H. Keating Jr. strode through a life of outsized public roles — anti-pornography crusader, luxury hotel developer, political kingmaker — on his way to becoming one of the nation's most notorious corporate...
  • Babcock shows grace, humor, humility in Virginia Tech introduction

    BLACKSBURG — Whit Babcock is a college coach's son. He played college baseball and has worked in college sports administration for most of his adult life. "Indirectly or directly, I've been preparing to sit up here for 43 years," Babcock said...
  • Chicago, Boston offer runner best of all worlds

    When Ryan Hopper heads toward the finish line at the 2013 Bank of America Chicago Marathon next month, he knows those marathoners he ran with in the Boston Marathon in April will be deeply embedded in his thoughts. “I want to run for the runners...
  • PASSINGS: Paul Dietzel, Luciano Vincenzoni

    Paul Dietzel Coached LSU football team Paul Dietzel, 89, who led Louisiana State University to an undefeated season in 1958 and its first college football national championship, died Tuesday after a brief illness, the university announced. He was a...
  • Glendale Community College football's Marcus Tappan verbally commits to Cincinnati

    Glendale Community College football's Marcus Tappan verbally commits to Cincinnati
    In the span of a couple of weeks, Glendale Community College freshman linebacker Marcus Tappan transformed from one of the program’s biggest returning players into an athlete in search of a departing flight. The La Salle High alumnus verbally...
  • S. Korea tycoon has high hopes for L.A. hotel project

    S. Korea tycoon has high hopes for L.A. hotel project
    On a honeymoon trip to Southern California in 1974, Yang-ho Cho and his new bride drove into downtown Los Angeles only to get lost among the dark, empty industrial buildings and shuttered shops. Cho remembers he could find no one on the streets to ask...