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 a Dayton native's connection to "Black Panther," a program to help students with learning differences, Kroger's culinary strategy to fight Amazon and Walmart, Thing-A-Ling pastries, a proposed change to SNAP and more.
Maxim then talks with government and politics reporter Amanda Seitz about FC Cincinnati's proposed strategy to transform the West End with a $200 million soccer stadium -- and why parts of the community are fighting back.
Later, reporter Lisa Bernard-Kuhn explains why Ohio is racing against a September deadline to have enough doctors to prescribe medical marijuana -- and how the program could fail before it even begins.
1:50 - The panel discusses a Dayton woman's connection to "Black Panther," a program to help students with learning differences, Kroger's culinary strategy, Thing-A-Ling pastries, a proposed change to SNAP and more.
19:10 - Reporter Amanda Seitz explains FC Cincinnati's controversial plan for the West End
39:00 - Reporter Lisa Bernard-Kuhn discusses Ohio's latest snag in the legalization of medical marijuana.
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.