The Prokids nonprofit organization that helps foster care children who might fall through the cracks of the foster care system launched the 15th Annual Run for Kids event at St. Mary's church on Erie Avenue in Hyde Park, Ohio today June 3, 2011. There were many runners in attendance in all age groups that participated. As stated on its website the course began on Erie close to St. Mary's Catholic Church. The participants then walked or ran east on Erie, south on Delta, west on Observatory, north on Shaw, east on Erie, repeated and finished on Erie in front of St. Mary's Church. The course was USATF certified.
The 2011 Alt Park Race Series was launch May 25, 2011 with great weather and competitive racers. Queen City Wheels is the non profit organization that holds and manages the event. Unfortunately, there was accident at the event where a racer was taken to University Hospital for treatment. The details of this racers injuries and his or her identity is unknown at this time. Other than that incident, the race went quite well.
It was the grand ceremony for Cock & Bull and indeed it happened. Cock & Bull English Pub at Erie Avenue and Edwards Road made it all happen on May 23, 2011. The general manager and partner Scott Rosenburrough was there to celebrate the grand opening.
Lawyers acting on behalf of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks are protesting that they have been denied full access to the pre-trial hearing of Bradley Manning, the US soldier accused of passing hundreds of thousands of secret state documents to the whistle-blowing website.
On a day of national law enforcement importance on August 2, 2011 at 10:30am, James E. Craig, accompanied by his wife Mary was sworn in as the 13th Police Chief for the City of Cincinnati by City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr. at Cincinnati State University. The crowd at Cincinnati State gave a sounding applause at the end of the Chief Craig's swearing in. The historic ceremony took place in a conference room at the Main Building of of Cincinnati State University.
On Tuesday, Comcast, now owned by NBC Universal, paid 4.38 billion dollars for the rights to broadcast the Olympics in the United States through 2020 to the International Olympic Committee. The agreement includes the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, and the 2018 Winter Games and 2020 Summer Games and additional events. The agreement provides NBC Universal free to air television, subscription television, Internet and mobile phone distribution rights.
On a very hot day on August 2, 2011 the Cincinnati Police Department District Two held its National Night Out for year 2011 at Owls Nest Park on Madison Road. The celebration hosted live entertainment, recreational activities, free hamburgers and hot dogs as well as soft drinks. The Cincinnati Police Swat (Special Weapons and Tactics) Team displayed their Lenco Bear tactical vehicle commanded by Police Sergeant Meyer for children and parents to tour and enjoy. Patrol Officers were dressed in blue while apparently display officers were dressed in white shirt and tie.
The F-22 Raptor stealth air superiority fighter is the acclaimed hallmark of American air superiority and therefore national security. It performs a wide range of mission critical tasks while aloft while avoiding detection as much as possible. Its tactical capabilities include super maneuverability, super cruise speed, vector thrust, electronic warfare, limited ground attack, internal weapons bays, high performance radar, high bandwidth wireless data communications and much more