This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May and senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant to discuss a new program driving more people out of poverty, Northern Kentucky schools' teacher shortage, the Reds and Pirates brawl and more.
Near the 36-minute mark, Brian is joined by WCPO reporter Kristen Swilley and senior director of local content Mike Canan to discuss how WCPO's newsroom plans to cover political campaign rallies and what it was like behind the scenes at Trump's "Keep America Great" rally at U.S. Bank arena this week.
- City Gospel Mission ministry Princesses Ballet builds leaders regardless of their family income
- New Changing Gears program connects people with cars they need for jobs that can change their lives
- Northern Kentucky schools facing statewide teacher shortage
- Puig trade upstaged by Amir Garrett's dugout brawl as Pirates beat Reds 11-4
- A.J. Green could miss several games after ankle surgery, Bengals coach Zac Taylor says
- Can The Banks concert venue open on time if city and Hilltop squabble over relocation?
- White supremacist propaganda stickers appear on Fort Thomas lightposts
- Here's how WCPO plans to cover presidential candidate visits
- President Trump blasts Democrats during rally in Downtown Cincinnati
- Protesters denounce President Trump outside Cincinnati rally
- Police: Man charged with assault after punching anti-Trump protester outside US Bank Arena
- GALLERY: Protesters and supporters raise their voices at Cincinnati Trump rally
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