This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, podcaster Scott Kyser and senior manager of enterprise and investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss food safety in schools, the evolution of library services, woes for the Reds and FC Cincinnati, the $40M concert venue heading to Newport, problems with Ohio's congressional map, and more.
Later, WCPO I-Team reporter Paula Christian joins to discuss snowplow "Route X" and whether Cincinnati leaders and getting special treatment from the city's public services.
- Dirty Dining: How clean is your kids' school cafeteria?
- The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County connects people to help, not just books
- Oakland's Mike Fiers no-hits Reds in 2-0 victory
- Denver voters narrowly pass ‘magic mushroom’ measure
- Alan Koch relieved of his duties as FC Cincinnati head coach
- FC Cincinnati players say they didn't want Koch fired, but they're ready to move forward with Damet
- Newport's $40M concert venue deal should be 'wake-up call' to Cincinnati, Cranley says
- Judges declare Ohio's congressional map unconstitutional, say it gives Republicans unfair advantage
- Ohio appeals ruling finding House map unconstitutional
- Judges won't delay order for new Ohio congressional map
- Route X: Do city leaders get their snow plowed more often than everyone else?
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