Students in some places are going back in masks but in other places, it is an optional thing. So many things have changed in what feels like the 11th hour, thanks in large part to this delta variant. WCPO anchor/reporter Evan Milward is joined by superintendents Matt Earley from Williamsburg, Jonathan Cooper from Mason, and Mike Borchers from Ludlow Independent to discuss back-to-school in the time of COVID-19.
First, our weekly news panel consisting of community reporter Lucy May, senior real-time editor Pat LaFleur and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Goth will discuss appraisal discrimination, closing power plants, a busy weekend for downtown, and more local Cincinnati news.
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- Cincinnati Works workshop aims to prepare East Westwood residents for Final Fridays job fair
- This Black family's home appraisal grew by $92,000 after they removed all signs of their race
- City weighs 'best and final' bids on riverfront boat dock
- Power plant closure financially 'devastating' for community, school district
- Busy downtown weekend could bring traffic headaches
- Local man finally home after emergency evacuation from Kabul
- Tri-State vets on Afghanistan: 'So many people's sacrifice was for nothing'
- Buckle your seatbelts for another traffic pattern change on the Brent Spence Bridge
- Back-to-School Complete Coverage
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