We break down the upcoming resentencing hearing for serial killer Anthony Kirkland.
WCPO reporters John Matarese and James Leggate discuss Airbnb rentals in Mount Adams that have drawn at…
John Matarese and Dan Monk discuss their analysis of the Tri-State's hottest neighborhoods for real estate.
The podcast panel breaks down an unfortunate interaction at a local coffee shop.
We chat with Brian Hall, a man who sued First Watch because he says they gave his wife a cup of toxic chemicals instead of green tea.
Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden Director Thane Maynard about the Zoo's $150 million capitol campaign for a major zoo makeover.
This week on Hear Cincinnati, we talked about the long-awaited announcement that FC Cincinnati would join Major League Soccer and a Catholic…
WCPO reporters Dan Monk and Breanna Molloy explain how health inspectors keep food safe at food festivals like Taste.
Federal agents in Ohio have learned about years of food stamp fraud from informants, not the taxpayer-funded system designed to alert them.
A Monroe High School student is dead and three others are injured after they crashed on the way to prom.
Cincinnati's acting city manager wants add significant funding to the city’s long-troubled 911 system.
We break down the series of texts between council members that implied Mayor John Cranley is a liar.
Days after he suffocated, numerous questions remain about what went wrong and why a teenage boy is dead even as he pleaded with a 911…
We break down the battle between Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley and City Manager Harry Black.
From a giant sinkhole to asbestos, Cincinnati’s rec centers are closing down and facing a crisis.
The case will test just how far the government’s secret hacking can go to catch child pornographers.
The Hear Cincinnati panel discusses the Florida school shooting and how students are becoming activists.
Reporter Lisa Bernard-Kuhn discusses Ohio's latest snag in the legalization of medical marijuana.
Reporter Dan Monk explains how Donald Trump's policies are affecting Cincinnati's biggest companies.
Reporter Craig Cheatham explains how local police departments investigate complaints against officers.
We break down the latest in the FC Cincinnati stadium saga.
We break down the weekend hostage situation in Butler County and what's next.
A Tide Pod joke has gone too far and is causing headaches for Procter & Gamble.
We discuss the stories that had us glued to our screens and defined 2017 for the Tri-State.
We break down the latest push to legalize recreational marijuana in Ohio.
FC Cincinnati scored big wins this week for a stadium, but there's a funding gap that has some worried.
The Hear Cincinnati podcast panel breaks down the debate and proposals for a new soccer stadium.
A serial killer could get off death row because of the prosecutor's statement during closing arguments.
With Henry's passing, here's how the zoo says Bibi and Fiona are handling his absence.
Two Cincinnati City Council members have skipped as much as 10 percent of council meetings over their term.
The University of Florida is spending $500,000 on security for Spencer's visit. Will UC follow suit?
Dan Monk gives us insight into how long it might be until we know the final vote count in the P&G proxy fight.
At what point to tax breaks become unnecessary in places like Over-the-Rhine?
Six CPD District 5 employees under the age of 60 have died in the last two years from cancer.
This week's podcast breaks down the incredible weight-loss journey of former UK quarterback Jared Lorenzen.
The brave local rescue workers who took on Hurricane Harvey now have their sights set on Irma.
Our podcast panel discusses the death of a toddler who was left in a hot car outside P&G in Mason.
We break down everything that happened in the Charlottesville attack and what happens next.
We break down Pete Rose's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week.
Thousands of local residents are overdosing and hundreds have died from powerful lab-made opioids.
Ray Tensing won't see a third trial, but he's not off the hook just yet. Here's what could happen next.
We break down the latest clues and how close police are to solving this case.
Tri-State congregations are working together to house and protect immigrants who fear they could be deported.
We breakdown the latest on Ray Tensing -- and how likely a third trial in the case will be.
We talk to one of the lead members of Fiona's care team about some Fiona news nobody knows yet.
We break down the latest on Otto Warmbier, the local student who was trapped in North Korea.
Reporters Pat LaFleur and James Leggate unpack President Donald Trump's visit to Cincinnati this week.
Will FC Cincinnati get its own stadium? We break down the cost, where it will go and if it's really going to happen.
Jeff Ruby talks about the 40-year anniversary of the Beverly Hills Supper Club fire, and the man who saved him.
We break down the story of an officer who wiped white powder off his shirt during an arrest and needed four doses of Narcan to…
We looked at which Tri-State restaurants have the most health code violations -- and then we chowed down.
I-Team reporter Craig Cheatham breaks down excessive force at the Hamilton County jail.
Is Pike County closer to solving a family massacre? The sheriff talks DNA and lie detector tests in the latest update.
What happens next for the Fairfield mother being deported to Mexico? Here's what we know.
Was the Cameo club shooting a "turf war" or a dispute between strangers? Here's what authorities have to say.
A woman who thought she would enjoy a night out with her boyfriend instead found herself running for her life.
We look at the clues of where a future Trump hotel could open in Cincinnati.
Dan Monk gives us his a deep dive into the massive contracts of some of your favorite college basketball coaches.
This week's podcast looks at the incredible career of Carol Williams, who dishes on her best and worst celebrity interviews and an…
This week's podcast breaks down Fiona's birth, her latest condition and when she might be able to return to her mom.
This week's podcast breaks down how the rise of "extreme binge drinking" caused 21 students to be hospitalized at Miami University.
We talk Cincinnati-themed beer, the Western Hills Viaduct, day care centers accused of abuse and more.
We talk Punxsutawney Phil, sanctuary cities, a local police chief fighting for his life and alarming heroin stats.
We talk President Donald Trump, the historic women's march, the Cincinnati Zoo's baby hippo and more.