This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Maxim Alter, digital reporter Lucy May, digital editor Meghan Wesley and 9 On Your Side anchor Kathrine Nero discuss the boy hippo who has been hitting on Fiona, a "painful" change as 3CDC makes over Court Street, how Mrs. White's Kindergarten changed the lives of hundreds of Northern Kentucky kids, Starbucks achieving pay equity in the United States, Starbucks' new "crystal ball" drink, the latest overdose statistics in Hamilton County, a study that examined the working hours of mothers and more.
Maxim then talks with reporters Paula Christian and Hillary Lake about the years of neglect and deep budget cuts at Cincinnati's recreation centers -- and what's being done to keep them from disappearing.
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- 'Crisis' for city rec centers amid funding woes
- Hippo from San Antonio invites Fiona to 'swipe right'
- 'Painful' change as 3CDC makes over Court Street
- Take a ride in Betty White's time machine
- Starbucks achieves pay equity in the United States
- Starbucks offers sparkling Crystal Ball Frappucino for buzz
- Hamilton County coroner: Opioid overdoses rise for third straight year
- Motherhood is like 2.5 full time jobs, study says
- 1:00 - The panel discusses a Court Street makeover, Mrs. White's kindergarten, Starbucks achieving pay equity, Starbucks' new "crystal ball" drink, the latest overdose statistics in Hamilton County, motherhood and more.
- 19:00 - Reporters Hillary Lake and Paula Christian the current "crisis situation" our recreation centers are facing.
You can read more about these stories at wcpo.com/hear.