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The panel discusses a new multimillion-dollar fund that aims to save businesses, COVID-19 in nursing homes, flags getting football players in hot water, and more. Later, WCPO I-Team reporter Craig Cheatham joins the podcast to discuss a decades-old mystery solved by the identification of human remains found in 1997. Notable Links: Empty shelters me…
 
Six Miami University students who were cited for breaking a city ordinance against mass gatherings after a student threw a 20-person house party a week after being diagnosed with COVID-19. Courtney Francisco joins the Hear Cincinnati podcast to discuss. Notable Links: New ArtWorks mural aims to open hearts and minds to the importance and power of s…
 
Our panel discuss the latest exhibit at the Cincinnati Art Museum, the latest back-to-school reporting, and brown clouds in New Richmond. Later, WCPO reporter Pat LaFlour joins to explain why Cincinnati City Council voted Wednesday afternoon to make the Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar fare-free. Notable Links: Cincinnati Art Museum exhibition e…
 
Our panel discusses how changes in poverty are affecting communities, a Bengals player's missing father, a postponed Reds game and more. Later, near the 20-minute mark, Brian is joined by WCPO anchor and reporter Evan Milward to discuss his collumn 'This is not a time to be quiet, Thom Brennaman, help me understand,' written in response to Brennama…
 
Our panel discuss a local pharmacist-turned-tech-CEO, a judge's sex scandal, a group advocating to replace Cincinnati Police with a "public safety" department, and more. Next, near the 25-minute mark, WCPO reporter Monique John joins the podcast to discuss her report on the Alexandra Apartments complex, what it means to Walnut Hills, and why its fu…
 
WCPO reporter Josh Bazan joins the Hear Cincinnati podcast to discuss Cincinnati Public School's plan for five weeks of distanced learning and the concerns of local parents and teachers. Plus, our panel discusses tech for at home learning, quarantine gambling addiction, roundabouts and more. Notable Links: When learning is virtual, what happens to …
 
We discuss a possible wave of evictions in Hamilton Co., trouble with Interstate 75, a local bar closed by police due to 'drug sales,' and more. Around 23 minutes, Evan Milward oins the podcast to discuss the arrest of Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder and four associates in a $60 million federal bribery case connected to a taxpayer-funded bailo…
 
This week on the Hear Cincinnati podcast, I am joined by real-time editor Sarah Walsh and senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant to discuss this week's guidelines and updates from Gov. DeWine, a chance to play football for those with cochlear implants, and vandalization of the Black Lives Matter mural in downtown Cincinnati. Later, near the th…
 
This week on the Hear Cincinnati podcast, I am joined by community reporter Lucy May and senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant to discuss the use of doulas to reduce pregnancy risks, King's Island reopening with restrictions, Kroger's new Covid tests and more. Later, at 26:00 mark, WCPO reporter Keenan Singleton joins the podcast to discuss w…
 
Cincinnati City Council meetings have been cut with tension recently. WCPO's Mariel Carbone and Pat LaFluer join the Hear Cincinnati podcast to explain why. This week on the Hear Cincinnati podcast, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Goth to discuss tax breaks on expensive…
 
This week on the Hear Cincinnati podcast, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Goth to discuss the Cincinnati Juneteenth Festival going virtual for 2020, a petition for University of Cincinnati to remove Marge Schott's name from a stadium, the 'Black Lives Matter' mural down…
 
WCPO reporters discuss their experiences and stories from covering the protests and their effects on the city of Cincinnati. Notable Links: Local tattoo artist arrested with protesters, despite not being involved Religious leaders, activists gather in Washington Park to discuss policy change Wednesday protests peaceful, full of dialogue with office…
 
You may know Ben Schwartz from our popular series, Ben Asks a Question, in which Schwartz poses viewer questions during Gov. Mike DeWine's daily press briefings about the coronavirus. Schwartz is a recent graduate of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University and just finished his fellowship at WCPO's Statehouse News Bureau. But our a…
 
Our panel discusses the story behind this month's featured artist at the Sharonville Cultural Arts Center, the trial of Springboro gym teacher accused of sexual imposition, Cincinnati Police's noisy shooting range and more. Later, at 20:30, WCPO 9 news director Mike Canan, entertainment reporter Brian Mains, and real-time reporter Sarah Walsh join …
 
We discuss the statue of Marian Spencer, new strategies for the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, an update to the Tamaya Dennard scandal, and more. Later at 25:45, WCPO senior reporter Larry Seward joins the podcast to discuss what local law enforcement is doing to prevent people from mailing weed to the Tri-State illegally. Notable Li…
 
Cincinnati city councilwoman Tamaya Dennard was arrested on Tuesday and accused of trying to exchange votes for money. She now faces federal charges of honest services wire fraud, bribery and attempted extortion. WCPO 9's manager of investigative content Dr. Hillary Lake and I-Team reporter Paula Christian join host Brian Niesz to discuss the case …
 
Our panel discusses maternal mortality, transportation for veterans, Mahogany's founder's new restaurant, and much more. Later, at 32:45, sports reporter Keenan Singleton joins the podcast to discuss FC Cincinnati, which relieved head coach Ron Jans his duties this week after accusations that he used racial slurs and made "extremely inappropriate c…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Goth, and anchor/reporter Evan Millward to discuss Covington homeless shelter standards, a shortage of black educators, Macy's moving away, and more. Later, at 29:40, Brian is joined by WCPO senior reporter Larr…
 
WCPO community reporter Lucy May talks about her story on Scott Noel, who was found dead in November 2018 in downtown Cincinnati, lying face down with his trousers and underwear pulled around his knees and his clothes soaking wet. Later, WCPO I-Team reporter Craig Cheatham joins to discuss his investigation into the Social Security Administration's…
 
Our panel discusses the YWCA's "Real Reads" program, the Florence Y'alls, saving The Farm, and more. Later, at 19:30, WCPO business reporter Dan Monk joins to discuss downsizing at Macy's that some analysts believe could lead to the company closing all but one local store and moving its headquarters out of Cincinnati. Notable Links: YWCA Greater Ci…
 
We discuss Ohio’s Step Up To Quality child care program, gentrification in Madisonville, tax troubles for The Farm, a body found in a car fire in Blue Ash, and more. Later, at 27:40, WCPO community reporter Lucy May stays to discuss the unusual circumstances of a Northside house that sits on a section of Vandalia Avenue that is privately owned, but…
 
Our panel discusses an exhibit of creative writing and artwork by incarcerated people, WCPO's new mug shot policy, good news for pedestrian safety, the passing of a white lion at the Cincinnati Zoo, and more. Later, WCPO reporter Paola Suro joins to discuss several high-profile Hyde Park restaurants that closed for good in 2019. Keystone Bar and Gr…
 
Our panel discusses a Loveland family who opened their home, NCAA pulls 2022 Cincinnati March Madness games, Santacon and more. Later, at 29:45, Brian is joined by WCPO reporter Lisa Smith to talk about Ohio House Bill 178, which would eliminate the requirement for concealed handgun licenses, if passed. Notable Links: Loveland family opens their ho…
 
WCPO's I-Team reporters Craig Cheatham, Paula Christian and Dan Monk discuss a three-month investigation that discovered that the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, the Diocese of Covington and some religious orders repeatedly failed to disclose the identities, whereabouts and behavior of dozens of priests and brothers accused of sexually abusing children.…
 
This week we discuss longer school hours, a spousal rape loophole and weekend festivities. At 21:30, Brian is joined by WCPO reporters Jake Ryle and Evan Milward, who discuss their experiences reporting from the gubernatorial candidates' watch parties on election day. Ryle and Milward reflect on Democrat Andy Beshear's apparent victory and Republic…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant, and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss Kendi the rhino, a local mother struggling get her life back on track after an eviction, a parking squeeze near the University of Cincinnati, ru…
 
Host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May discuss manatees, bearcats, a daycare jailbreak and more. Next (at 24:00), Brian is joined by WCPO reporter Kristen Swilley to talk about Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority which got an overwhelming response to its housing voucher program this year as development pushed more people ou…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, reporter/achor Evan Millward, and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss a Cincinnati software company that is helping people with disabilities gain independence, Tracie Hunter's early release from prison, Hamilton County's large le…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, entertainment reporter Brian Mains, and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss the GeneroCity 513 Jobs Van, Oktoberfest, house flipping scams, a new transit center coming to Northside, and more. Brian is then joined by WCPO reporter…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant, and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss gentrification, the Women's Interfaith Network of Cincinnati, a new plan to curb student debt, a community coming together to help get kids to s…
 
We discuss success at the Cincinnati Art Museum, the complexities of the city's tax abatement program, the Brooke Skyler Richardson trial, two familiar stores disappearing from the area, and more. Later (at 37:45), nine people tell their stories of the 2018 Fifth Third shooting. We'll hear from first responders, survivors, and those who helped in t…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant, and entertainment reporter Brian Mains to discuss a possible local child porn ring, a heartwarming follow up about a homeless family, and all the fun things to do this holiday weekend. Notable Links: How Greater Cinc…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant, and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss a family who sacrificed everything for their grandson, a teacher charged with rape, scammers targeting teachers and schools, P&G boosting pay fo…
 
We discuss a new project to help Winton Hills families become self-sufficient, a mystery on the Ohio River, Cincinnati's oldest black cemetery fighting vandalism and more. Later (at 33:10), WCPO entertainment reporter Brian Mains joins to discuss Kings Island's big reveal of Orion, the parks upcoming 300-foot gigacoaster. Notable Links: New initiat…
 
Our panel discusses a new program targeted toward helping Cincy's foster youth, sleep-related infant deaths and the slumlord of Sedamsville. Later (at 31:50), Brian is joined by WCPO anchor Tanya O'Rourke to discuss the recent mass shooting in Dayton's historic Oregon District and how Dayton is recovering. Notable Links: GreenLight Cincinnati and H…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May and senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant to discuss a new program driving more people out of poverty, Northern Kentucky schools' teacher shortage, the Reds and Pirates brawl and more. Near the 36 minute mark, Brian is joined by WCPO reporter Kristen Swill…
 
We discuss revisiting Cincinnati's tent city, WCPO's 70th birthday, updates in the Carlisle buried baby case, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters requesting the National Guard and more. Later, Brian and Meghan are joined by WCPO chief photographer Ramsay Fulbright to discuss the courtroom disturbance when ex-judge Tracie Hunter was ordered to ser…
 
We discuss homeless pets, new fees for hybrid cars, a "breathalyzer" for marijuana, updating stoplights to improve the streetcar and more topics. Later, Lucy May stays to discuss the legacy of Cincinnati civil rights icon Marian Spencer, who passed away Tuesday at age 99. Notable links: SAFE Coalition works to help people and their pets avoid evict…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of enterprise and investigative Meghan Wesley, and senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant to discuss how Roselawn-based Journey Steel is helping teens and trades, a missing 3-year-old found, a 14-year-old fatally shot, the downtown SkyStar W…
 
Our panel discusses affordable housing strategies, the Bengals first-round draft pick goes out for the season already," glamping," Cincinnati's outstanding parking tickets, and more topics. Next, WCPO anchor and reporter Evan Millard joins to discuss Jacob Julick, who evaded police for 19 days after shooting at officers in Erlanger. Notable links: …
 
This week our panel discusses how Bloomberg and Bill Gates are helping reduce poverty in Cincinnati, a local teacher charged with sexually abusing 28 first-grade girls, a local inventor's protein bars, Ohio lawmakers considering changes to concealed carry law, and more Next, WCPO senior managers Molly Miossi and Kennan Oliphant join to discuss how …
 
Our panel discusses the recent wave of violence, US women's world cup success, former local militia members facing firearms charges, decriminalizing weed, and more. Later, I-Team reporter Dan Monk joins to discuss his analysis of FC Cincinnati contracts to see how taxpayers are faring on the privately funded stadium. Notable links: Sunday morning h…
 
Our panel discusses a program empowering teens to address the opioid crisis, a drug dealer with unusual circumstances facing sentencing, fraud at several local car dealerships, and local gun violence. Next, WCPO anchor Tanya O'Rourke joins to discuss Samuel Little, whom the FBI calls the most prolific serial killer known in U.S. history, and his co…
 
Our panel discusses a Price Hill woman who is giving back to the community that has supported her, Reds slugger Derek Dietrich drawing criticism for being awesome, an app to fill food deserts, improvements to Riverbend's parking and more. Later, WCPO reporter Jake Ryle joins to discuss his what he saw while reporting in Dayton, Ohio after tornadoes…
 
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, podcaster Scott Kyser and senior manager of enterprise and investigative Meghan Wesley. They discuss a new approach to helping lift families out of poverty, a Bengals player testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs, covering the abortion debate, median …
 
Our panel discusses cleaning up coal ash, good policing, a teen penalized for starting college too early, toxic stress in children, and more. Later, I-Team reporter Paula Christian joins to discuss the complicated land swap issue that's put the brakes on the planned music venue at the Banks. Notable links: As Beckjord power plant waits for demoliti…
 
Our panel discusses food safety in schools, the evolution of library services, woes for the Reds and FC Cincinnati, the $40M concert venue heading to Newport, problems with Ohio's congressional map, and more. Later, WCPO I-Team reporter Paula Christian joins to discuss snowplow "Route X" and whether Cincinnati leaders and getting special treatment …
 
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