This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant and senior manager of enterprise and investigative reporting Meghan Wesley to discuss Cradle Cincinnati's battle to improve infant mortality rates, the National Association of Black Journalists meeting in Cincinnati, FC Cincinnati facing new stadium struggles, a light sentence for business owner who stole $3.4 million in SNAP fraud, and more.
Later, WCPO reporter Julie O'Neill joins to discuss the bizarre case of Forrest Behne, who insists he had just one glass of wine on the night he crashed his car, but blew a .325 BAC, four times the legal limit for driving.
- Cradle Cincinnati: 2018 infant mortality rate improves but remains far higher for black babies
- Surviving and thriving: National Association of Black Journalists conference coming to Cincinnati
- West End residents' future uncertain after meeting about FC Cincinnati stadium
- Mann, Sittenfeld propose solution to keep West Enders in their homes despite FC Cincinnati purchase
- City Council: FC Cincinnati must provide affordable housing to displaced Wade Street tenants
- City's FC Cincinnati housing proposal 'is outside the law,' Berding says
- $3.4 million in Findlay Market SNAP fraud nets man five years probation
- He says he drank 1 glass of wine and tested a .325 BAC. Is it a lie or a symptom of a rare disease?
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