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Hear Cincinnati Podcast: Filing police complaints; 9-year-old piano prodigy

Posted: 2:34 PM, Feb 01, 2018
Updated: 2018-02-01 19:58:28Z

This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Maxim Alter, digital reporter Lucy May, digital editor Meghan Wesley and 9 On Your Side anchor Chris Riva discuss a 9-year-old piano prodigy, how local health center makeovers are aiming to reduce infant mortality, an intern with Down syndrome who is helping a local company grow, outrage over an emotional support peacock, FC Cincinnati's latest grab for land in the West End, facial yoga and more.

Maxim then talks with chief investigative reporter Craig Cheatham about his story into how local police departments investigate complaints against officers -- and what happens to people who lie in those complaints. 

Listen to this episode in the player above.

Notable links: 

  • 1:00 - The panel discusses a piano prodigy, health center makeovers, an emotional support peacock, FC Cincinnati, facial yoga and more.
  • 22:20 - Reporter Craig Cheatham breaks down what happens when you file a complaint against a police officer -- and why some citizens have been charged with a crime.

You can read more about these stories at  wcpo.com/hear .

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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. 

Listen to this episode in the player above.

WCPO Insiders can read more about these stories at  wcpo.com/hear

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