This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant, and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss gentrification, the Women's Interfaith Network of Cincinnati, a new plan to curb student debt, a community coming together to help get kids to school, and all the things to go this weekend.
Later (at 26:20), Brian and Meghan are joined by WCPO real-time editor Abby Anstead to discuss the not-guilty verdict in the trial of Brooke Skylar Richardson, the former Carlisle High School cheerleader accused of killing her baby and burying it in her back yard.
- Can Cincinnati have gentrification and enough affordable housing at the same time?
- How these women in Mason found friendship when they learned about each other's different faiths
- As country grapples with mounting student loan debt, program helps students go to college for free
- Woman gets savvy in organizing carpools, solving transportation problems for local high school
- Top things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: Sept. 12-14
Brooke Skylar Richardson:
- Timeline: What happened before and after 2017 death of Carlisle newborn
- Richardson tells authorities she 'never meant to hurt' her newborn in interrogation video
- Cincinnati-area OB-GYN says Brooke Skylar Richardson's baby was stillborn
- Doctor: Brooke Skylar Richardson has personality disorder, said she was sexually abused as girl
- Brooke Skylar Richardson to authorities in 2017 interview: 'I think I killed her ... I squeezed her'
- Defense: Brooke Skylar Richardson was 'overcharged from the get-go' by overzealous prosecution
- Brooke Skylar Richardson’s murder trial now in the hands of the jury
- Brooke Skylar Richardson not guilty in 2017 death of newborn daughter
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