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The good Twelve-year-old Michala Riggle came to the Greater Cincinnati Area to help fight autism by selling bracelets, reported Feb. 23. The Louisville resident, who has appeared on “Good Morning America” and the “Ellen” show, sells the wristbands and donates the money to search for treatments for autism.

The bad A man faces more than 20 years after defrauding people on the power of his “enhancement” drug, reported Feb. 22. Steve Warshak was convicted Friday of defrauding customers with his Enzyte herbal supplement in a Cincinnati Federal court. His product is known for the “Smiling Bob” figurehead.

The weird The town of West Hartford, Conn., was rocked by two robberies where the thief allegedly held-up victims with a stone to steal several hundred dollars in cash, reported Feb. 20. The robberies would be considered the same as if he were holding up them up with a gun.

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