This week on the Hear Cincinnati podcast, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Goth and senior real-time editor Pat LaFleur to discuss child care vouchers, a guilty plea in the Pike County murder case, what the cold snap means for the cicadas, and more.
Later, WCPO 9 News anchor Tanya O'Rourke chats with former House Speaker John Boehner about his new book and reflections on his path from southwest Ohio to Washington and back.
Listen to this episode in the podcast player above.
- Fewer southwest Ohio child care providers are accepting vouchers from low-income families
- She helped create scholarships for rural LGBTQ youth on path to becoming the person she once needed
- Workforce Innovation Center Brings Together Top Executives in the Region to Discuss Inclusive Capitalism
- Cincinnati Works reopens its doors for in-person services
- Edward 'Jake' Wagner pleads guilty to eight Pike County murders
- FC Cincinnati's West End Stadium has a new name
- What the cold snap means for the cicadas
- Ohio Job and Family Services working on plan to waive unemployment overpayments
- USDA extension of free school meals will help keep local students fed
- Not one, not two ... Votto turns TRIPLE play
- Reds boost GABP capacity from 30% to 40% starting April 30
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