This week on the Hear Cincinnati podcast, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Goth to discuss rising homelessness, local schools changing course on COVID-19, and some optimism for the Bengals.
After a chemical fire Wednesday, the Brent Spence Bridge remains closed for the foreseeable future. Reporter Courtney Francisco explains what inspectors are looking for and what to expect next.
Cincinnati Council Member Jeff Pastor was arrested Tuesday morning and now faces federal corruption charges. I-Team reporter Paula Christian explains the indictments against Pastor and the possible repercussions.
Listen to this episode in the podcast player above.
- Her landlords had her Black Lives Matter sign removed; now she and her son must move, too
- As pandemic rages, this winter could be worst in years for homelessness in Greater Cincinnati
- Rampant COVID-19 may force Cincinnati-area schools to move online
- Illness, quarantine force some Northern Kentucky school districts to go back to virtual
- Staff at Boone County Schools concerned district's return to in-person teaching isn't safe right now
- Zac Taylor still seeking a Bengals winning streak despite early-season losses
- Brent Spence Bridge closure: What are engineers, inspectors looking for?
- Brent Spence Bridge: Full coverage
- Feds: Cincinnati City Councilman Jeff Pastor took $55K in exchange for votes on two developments
- Did Councilman Jeff Pastor record 'shakedown' talks with developers ahead of corruption probe?
- Mayor Cranley: Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost will try to suspend Councilman Jeff Pastor from office
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