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 an online zine for young creatives, updates on local vaccinations, government loans helping local businesses, and more.
Next, Brian is joined by WCPO 9 I-Team reporter Craig Cheatham to discuss former Hamilton County Deputy Michael Stemmerding, who was fired after the I-Team alerted the Sheriff's office to several alarming social media posts expressing anti-Muslim prejudice and support for the far-right militia the Three Percenters.
Listen to this episode in the podcast player above.
- Tellus Zine is building a community of young creatives, and all Tri-State teens are invited
- As West End transformation begins, some public housing residents fear they will be pushed out
- Fact Check Friday: Can the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines cause infertility?
- Beshear: About 1,000 Ohioans scheduled vaccine appointments at NKY Convention Center
- Ky. vaccine phase 1C: People 60 years and older, increased health risks, 'essential workers'
- Sycamore High School announces plans for a new stadium scheduled to open in 2022
- University of Cincinnati program director accused of sending child pornography to undercover officers online
- Brent Spence Bridge ranked second-worst traffic bottleneck in U.S.
- Double shot: Disaster loans helped Cincy companies stretch stimulus impact
- Hamilton County Sheriff investigates deputy who posted Three Percenter flag on Facebook
- After investigation, Hamilton Co. sheriff fires deputy with 3Percenters flag on Facebook profile
- What the investigation into fired Hamilton County Sheriff's deputy reveals
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