This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, podcaster Scott Kyser and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss the surprising thing that is keeping some women from moving up in the workforce, recent celebrity news, changes at Blue Manatee Bookstore, a stolen police cruiser, and more.
Brian is then joined by WCPO I-Team reporters Craig Cheatham, Hillary Lake, and Paula Christian to unpack Cincinnati City Council's so-called 'gang of five' court appearance and 600+ pages of text messages which reveal gossip, name-calling, rumors of extramarital affairs, high-school level backstabbing and the secret side to how City Hall business really gets done.
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- The 'hidden' workplace problem of intimate partner violence
- Actor Luke Perry dies at age 52 after suffering stroke
- LeBron James passes Michael Jordan for 4th in career scoring
- 'The Simpsons' is pulling its Michael Jackson episode
- Oakley bookstore to reopen as Blue Manatee Literacy Project
- Suspect steals Forest Park police cruiser, leads police on multi-state chase
- CPD investigating online photos of officer sleeping in police cruiser
- Cincinnati City Council 'Gang of Five' admits breaking the law in text messaging scandal
- Judge Ruehlman: 'Gang of Five' council members should resign
- EDITORIAL CARTOON: Fuel for the dumpster fire
- Text messages reveal high-school gossip, backstabbing, City Hall scandals
- Four of 'Gang of Five' council members agree to pay share of city's $1,000 fine in lawsuit settlement