This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, podcaster Scott Kyser and senior manager of enterprise and investigative reporting Meghan Wesley to discuss girls with autism, the struggling Cincinnati Reds, a teen refusing to be vaccinated, and more.
[26:45] Brian is then joined by WCPO reporters Abby Anstead and Emily to discuss their inside look on a bus in Price Hill that is helping women working as prostitutes get off the streets and into treatment.
[43:00] Brian is later joined by I-Team Reporter Hillary Lake and WCPO real-time reporter Felicia Jordan to discuss the 2011 disappearance of six-year-old Timmothy Pitzen and the man who falsely claimed to be him this week.
- Girls have autism, too, and here's what you should know for National Autism Awareness Month
- Reds prospect Hunter Greene needs Tommy John surgery
- Reds lose to Brewers 4-3 in front of smallest-ever Great American Ball Park crowd
- Student who refuses chickenpox vaccine says he'll appeal after judge upholds school ban
- Prostitution is ‘happening all day, everyday’ in Price Hill. Two days a week, he tries to stop it.
- Boy tells police he's Timmothy Pitzen, child missing since 2011, and he escaped kidnappers
- Everything we know about the vanishing (and fake reappearance) of Timmothy Pitzen
- DNA test shows found person is not missing boy Timmothy Pitzen, FBI says
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