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 a Price Hill woman who is giving back to the community that has supported her, Reds slugger Derek Dietrich drawing criticism for being awesome, an app to fill food deserts, improvements to Riverbend's parking and more.
Later, WCPO reporter Jake Ryle joins to discuss his what he saw while reporting in Dayton, Ohio after tornadoes caused heavy damage Monday night.
- Kimmi's story: How this hard-working mom is building a better future for herself and her family
- Dietrich hits 3 HRs as Reds trounce Pirates 11-6
- Walnut Hills is test site for online food delivery app to solve food desert problem
- Cincinnati police encourage Riverbend concert-goers to consider alternative routes
- BLINK reveals plans to illuminate the John A. Roebling Bridge
- FC Cincinnati hires Gerard Nijkamp as new general manager
- PHOTOS: Before and after pics of the tornado damage in and around Dayton
- 'World War III': How fire chief described tornado damage in Harrison Township, Ohio
- MAP: Tornado paths from Monday's storms
- 'It looks like this entire neighborhood is destroyed' after severe weather in Ohio
- Breaking down the storms that produced tornadoes near Dayton
- Tornadoes felled power lines, ruined houses, claimed only one life
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