Welcome to WCPO's Political Cocktail podcast, hosted by government and politics reporter Kevin Osborne.
The podcast will alternate on Mondays with the video version of the show. It features the full, unedited interview with the show's guest, which this week is Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley. Also, Osborne looks at what’s happening on the local political scene.
You can download Political Cocktail at wcpo.com and listen to it on your morning commute, while you’re jogging or whatever it is you like to do.
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From integrating Coney Island in the 1960s to becoming the first black woman elected to City Council in the 1980s, Marian Spencer never backs…
Find out about minority inclusion at City Hall, efforts to deal with Cincinnati's looming deficit and more on Political Cocktail.
Tampa was among the finalists in two other years before finally winning the Republican National Committee's convention in 2012.
The newly elected mayor also dreams of a bustling downtown and building on the town's reputation as a great place to live.
Cincinnati City Council has voted to buy new parking meters and set various conditions on any parking deal, including local control.
Under a proposed deal, the Port Authority would issue bonds to pay for meter upgrades, but City Hall keeps control.
A long-simmering dispute between Cincinnati and Hamilton County involving billions of dollars in sewer contracts is headed to court.
Mahogany's is not closing and the restaurant will not be evicted, owner Liz Rogers told WCPO on Tuesday, saying she is making payments as…
This week, Kevin Osborne interviews U.S. Sen Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio).
The city's deficit for Fiscal Year 2015 has increased to $22 million, up from $18.5 million predicted just a few months ago.