This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Maxim Alter, digital editor Meghan Wesley, digital reporter Lucy May and 9 On Your Side anchor Chris Riva talk Fiona, a pretend rivalry with the St. Louis Zoo, FC Cincinnati's latest success, what's keeping successful millennials in Cincinnati, Brent Spence Bridge construction and fecal matter found in Starbucks drinks.
Max then chats with reporter Tom McKee who breaks down the latest on Ray Tensing. Will the Hamilton County Prosecutor try him a third time? Will his charges be dismissed? Will we see more protests? Tom breaks that all down and more. Then, later on the podcast, reporters Lucy May and Emily Maxwell share the latest on Ethan Kadish, a Loveland teen struck by lightning at summer camp four years ago.
1:30 - The panel talks Fiona, FC Cincinnati, millennials in Cincinnati, Brent Spence Bridge construction, fecal matter in Starbucks drinks and more.
23:00 - Tom McKee breaks down the latest on former UC officer Ray Tensing and the possibility of a third trial.
40:00 - Lucy May and Emily Maxwell fill us in on a difficult year for the family of Ethan Kadish, a young man who was struck by lightning.
WCPO Insiders can read more about these stories at wcpo.com/hear.
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