This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, real-time editor Abby Anstead and senior manager of enterprise and investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss how Bloomberg and Bill Gates are helping reduce poverty in Cincinnati, a local teacher charged with sexually abusing 28 first-grade girls, a local inventor's protein bars, Ohio lawmakers considering changes to concealed carry law and more topics.
Next, WCPO senior managers Molly Miossi and Kennan Oliphant join to discuss how the recent substantial rain has affected the Tri-State.
- Fiona has a new friend and HIS name is Fennessy
- How Bloomberg, Bill Gates are helping reduce poverty in Cincy
- Teacher charged with sexually abusing 28 first-grade girls
- Local inventor's protein bars going national with Kroger
- House panel considering changes to concealed carry gun law
- GALLERY: Tri-State takes a dip in Wednesday's heavy rain
- Ohio farmers: It will take years to recover losses from rain
- Constant rain slowing North Avondale landslide repairs
- Columbia Parkway remains closed Thursday after landslide
- Sewer line backups flood homes in Covington after heavy rain Saturday
- NKY shelter expands hours to serve homeless during heavy rains
- Mudslide threatens condos, forces some residents to evacuate in Harrison
- Riverbend Music Center postpones Thursday Brantley Gilbert concert as river rises
- Thousands of people under-insured for storm damage
Listen to this episode in the podcast player above.