This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Maxim Alter, digital reporter Lucy May, digital editor Meghan Wesley and web editor Austin Fast talk about the debate over whether FC Cincinnati should have its own soccer stadium in Hamilton County, Fiona's latest videos, the state of Cincinnati's public housing, Nelson Peltz's victory in his quest for a Procter & Gamble board seat, "digital" medication approved by the FDA and more.
Maxim then talks with investigative reporter Hillary Lake about how the laws that dictate how schools handle and report bullying cases could soon change.
Later on the podcast, investigative reporter Craig Cheatham and transportation reporter Pat LaFleur explain why not all officers in our communities are following the same rules when it comes to high speed police pursuits.
1:20 - The panel discusses FC Cincinnati, Fiona, public housing, Nelson Peltz, Procter & Gamble, robot medication, CPR discrepancies for women and more.
16:00 - Reporter Hillary Lake explains how the laws that dictate how schools handle and report bullying cases could soon change.
32:20 - Reporters Craig Cheatham and Pat LaFleur explain why not all officers in our communities are following the same rules when it comes to high speed police pursuits.
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Hear Cincinnati is back for the new year. This week, host Maxim Alter, digital editor Meghan Wesley, digital reporter Lucy May and 9 On Your Side anchor Kathrine Nero talk President Donald Trump, the Cincinnati Zoo's new baby hippo, the film "Hidden Figures," Adam Jones and much more. Photographer Emily Maxwell also walks us through covering the historic women's march in D.C. and I-Team reporter Hillary Lake gives us an exclusive look inside a local heroin treatment center.