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High School Insider with Mike Dyer offers exclusive interviews with Greater Cincinnati student-athletes, coaches and administrators along with news and analysis from around the region each week. Hosted by WCPO high school sports expert Mike Dyer, this podcast brings a unique insight and perspective for the high school sports storylines and personalities in the fall, winter and spring seasons.
 
Unprompted with WCPO 9 On Your Side’s Chris Riva and Kathrine Nero goes beyond television’s typical eight-second soundbite and in-depth with the Greater Cincinnati’s newsmakers. The goal is to find that unprompted moment that has shaped their lives.
 
Versions is the podcast that explores truth versus the human perspective. In each episode, you'll relive an event through the first-hand accounts of key witnesses. Produced by WCPO Journalists, we focus on the real-life storytellers and their versions of the story. We never let an outside narrator get in the way. In the end, you decide the truth.
 
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The Turpin football team plays at Kings Friday night in a Division II, Region 8 quarterfinal. Turpin coach Kent McCullough joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the Spartans. Also, this episode contains discussion about the Division I, Region 4 semifinals including Elder (5-3) at St. Xavier (6-2) and Colerain (6-2) at Lakota West (7-0) Fri…
 
"If I'm being really honest, I hate the term 'that's such a Cincinnati way to lose a game,'" sports anchor Caleb Noe said on this week's episode of The Flying Pigskin podcast. "But," he continued, "that was such a Bengals way to lose." Noe joined sports anchor Reggie Wilson and archor Tanya O'Rourke to break down the Bengals loss in Indianapolis on…
 
WCPO sports reporter Mike Dyer speaks with former Big Red Machine members Ken Griffey Sr. and Pete Rose about their thoughts and memories of their friend and teammate Joe Morgan, who passed Sunday at age 77. First, our panel discusses a local group shining light on our nation's history of racial divide, a local neighborhood's history of physical di…
 
The Flying Pigskin podcast breakdowns the Bengals first win in 2020. We talk about the Bengals finding balance and Mixon getting to the the end zone, but wonder what's up with A.J. Green. Connect on Twitter: @flying_pigskin @CalebNoeTV @TanyaORourke @ReggieWilsonTV See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
What is systemic racism? It's hard to define for some and lived daily by others. On this special episode of the Hear Cincinnati podcast, reporter Lisa Smith is joined by a Zoom panel of community leaders to discuss how racism is rooted in our society and what it will take to bring about healing. You will hear thoughts from Ellen Katz, CEO of the Gr…
 
The Kings football team has a 3-0 record for the first time since the 2015 season. Also, Lakota West remains undefeated through four weeks with a potential GMC championship at stake in two weeks. Sign for our new high school sports newsletter Join the Cincinnati area high school sports Facebook group See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informat…
 
"Why would you let this poor dude suffer like this?" Tanya O'Rourke asked regarding Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow who faces a lot of pressure from the Cleveland Browns defense during their loss on Thursday night football. "I don't know when the Bengals will get a clue about this," she added. On this week's Flying Pigskin podcast, O'Rourke joined h…
 
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…
 
"You robbed Joe Burrow of his moment." That was WCPO sports reporter Reggie Wilson's message to officials who called offensive pass interference on the would-be game-winning touchdown pass to A.J. Green in the final moments of the Bengal's loss to the Chargers in week one. Wilson joins WCPO sports anchor Caleb Noe and WCPO anchor Tanya O'Rourke to …
 
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…
 
Kentucky High School Athletic Association Commissioner Julian Tackett joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss fall sports, what to expect for attendance at games and how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the high school sports landscape. Also, Talawanda football coach Larry Cox joins the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the Brave's 17-7 …
 
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…
 
The start of the Ohio high school football season had plenty of highlights including La Salle's double overtime win at Elder. Plus, a conversation with Mariemont coach Nick Leone about this unique season during his first year as head coach. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By WCPO
 
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…
 
Middletown athletic director JD Foust joined the WCPO High School Insider podcast to discuss the full return to practice with competition starting Aug. 31. Also, Lakota West football coach Tom Bolden and St. Xavier coach Steve Specht discuss their Aug. 21 scrimmage and the unique aspects of coaching during the pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener …
 
After Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine gave the green light for high school football to proceed this fall, the Ohio High School Athletic Association continued to offer guidance to member schools on a variety of related topics. The WCPO High School Insider spoke with OHSAA senior director of communications Tim Stried about the reaction to DeWine's decision and…
 
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…
 
The countdown continues toward the start of the Ohio high school football season.The only question is whether the season will start the week of Aug. 24. Ohio High School Athletic Association senior director of communications Tim Stried joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the three contact sports (football, soccer, field hockey) that have…
 
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 …
 
OHSAA senior director of communications Tim Stried joins the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the start of the high school sports season and the discussions the Ohio governor's office about contact sports. Also, Mercy McAuley athletic director and volleyball coach Denise Harvey discusses the start of fall sports and how her student-athletes have…
 
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…
 
The Ohio High School Athletic Association wants a fall sports season for every sport.In fact, it is planning ahead for all 10 sanctioned sports and postseason tournaments. Tim Stried, OHSAA's senior director of communications, emphasized that message Thursday afternoon in an interview with the WCPO High School Insider. "There is all kind of rumors …
 
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…
 
From virtual campus tours to hundreds of film evaluations, college football programs adjusted their recruiting strategies this spring in order to become more efficient during the COVID-19 pandemic. RELATED: OHSAA remains optimistic that fall sports will start on schedule Former Loveland standout Luke Waddell is expected to return to Georgia Tech Ma…
 
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…
 
High school football offseason conditioning made a triumphant return to the Cincinnati area last week. Multiple area programs took the field as the Ohio High School Athletic Association and Ohio governor's office allowed the contact period to begin May 26 for individual skills and physical training workouts during the COVID-19 pandemic. High school…
 
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…
 
MaCio Teague has gained valuable insight into the NBA Draft process this spring. The Baylor University redshirt junior guard and 2015 Walnut Hills graduate declared for the draft March 30 and told WCPO this week he is very close to hiring an NCAA certified agent. He's interviewed with several NBA teams as those organizations gather information abou…
 
The college recruiting scene heated up around Greater Cincinnati the second full week of May. On Monday, Roger Bacon 2021 running back Corey Kiner gave a verbal commitment to the reigning national champion Louisiana State University football program. On Wednesday night, Princeton 2022 shooting guard Bowen Hardman gave a verbal commitment to The Ohi…
 
Hamilton Tiger-Cats wide receiver DeVier Posey, a former NFL, Ohio State and La Salle High School player, discusses life in the CFL and how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted football and his family. RELATED: Join the Cincinnati area high school sports Facebook group See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Two months after Michael Jordan made his famous shot over Craig Ehlo at the Richfield Coliseum, the Chicago Bulls superstar visited Woodward High School. Jim Leon won't ever forget the opportunity to work with Jordan at a summer basketball clinic at Woodward in July 1989. Leon, the Lakota West boys basketball coach, became the Bulldogs' head coach …
 
Days after the Ohio High School Athletic Association canceled its spring sports season, the focus turns to the several questions surrouding the upcoming fall season. OHSAA executive director Jerry Snodgrass joined the WCPO High School Insider podcast this week to discuss the status of high school sports during this coronavirus outbreak and how the …
 
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the NFL will hold its annual draft virtually. That means no flashy suits, no hugs or high-fives, and no players holding up jerseys. The Cincinnati Bengals enter this "virtual draft" with the No. 1 overall pick. Experts everywhere expect the Bengals to select LSU quarterback Joe Burrow, but Bengals fans aren't as sure.…
 
Moeller High School soccer coach Mike Welker discusses the impact on the high school soccer scene now that the University of Cincinnati discontinued its men's soccer program. Also, Colerain football coach Shawn Cutright talks about how the Cardinals are managing during this stay-at-home order. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
WCPO High School Insider podcast host Mike Dyer is joined by Cincinnati Bengals director of coaching operations Doug Rosfeld to discuss how the team is preparing for the NFL Draft and what he's learned the most in the league after being Moeller's head coach in 2018. Find more High School Insider at https://www.wcpo.com/highschoolinsider See omnystu…
 
University of Cincinnati football coach Luke Fickell discussed how he's staying connected to family and football during the coronavirus outbreak. He also offers a glimpse into how he plans each day this week so the Bearcats' players and coaches can continue to proceed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
OHSAA executive director Jerry Snodgrass joined the WCPO High School Insider to discuss the timing of the decision to cancel the remaining four winter sports tournaments last week and how the OHSAA is keeping tabs on plans for spring sports. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By WCPO
 
Mount Notre Dame basketball coach Dr. Scott Rogers, Lakota East boys basketball coach Clint Adkins, and Moeller basketball coach Carl Kremer discuss the OHSAA's decision to cancel the remaining winter sports tournaments. Plus, newly-hired Little Miami boys basketball coach Brian Lawhon discusses his plans to connect with players and families during…
 
Lakota West football coach Tom Bolden admits he's looking a bit like Tom Hanks in "Cast Away" in speaking to a pigskin by himself these days. While schools are closed in Ohio amid the coronavirus pandemic, coaches like Bolden are trying to make the best use of their time without having contact with their student-athletes. Bolden was able to work ou…
 
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 …
 
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