Manage episode 241958043 series 1063414
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 school, and all the things to go this weekend.
Later (at 26:20), WCPO real-time editor Abby Anstead joins to discuss the not-guilty verdict in the trial of Brooke Skylar Richardson, the former Carlisle High School cheerleader accused of killing her baby and burying it in her back yard.
- Can Cincinnati have gentrification and enough affordable housing at the same time?
- How these women in Mason found friendship when they learned about each other's different faiths
- As country grapples with mounting student loan debt, program helps students go to college for free
- Woman gets savvy in organizing carpools, solving transportation problems for local high school
- Top things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: Sept. 12-14
Brooke Skylar Richardson:
- Timeline: What happened before and after 2017 death of Carlisle newborn
- Richardson tells authorities she 'never meant to hurt' her newborn in interrogation video
- Cincinnati-area OB-GYN says Brooke Skylar Richardson's baby was stillborn
- Doctor: Brooke Skylar Richardson has personality disorder, said she was sexually abused as girl
- Brooke Skylar Richardson to authorities in 2017 interview: 'I think I killed her ... I squeezed her'
- Defense: Brooke Skylar Richardson was 'overcharged from the get-go' by overzealous prosecution
- Brooke Skylar Richardson’s murder trial now in the hands of the jury
- Brooke Skylar Richardson not guilty in 2017 death of newborn daughter
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