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 program empowering teens to address the opioid crisis, a drug dealer with unusual circumstances facing sentencing, fraud at several local car dealerships, and local gun violence.
Next, WCPO anchor Tanya O'Rourke joins to discuss Samuel Little, whom the FBI calls the most prolific serial killer known in U.S. history, and his confession to at least two murders in Cincinnati, including a "Jane Doe" who has yet to be identified.
- How a University of Cincinnati program is empowering local teens to address the opioid crisis
- Pirates Announcer Takes A Few Awkward Stumbles To The Dog Whistle
- Feds: Cincinnati used-car dealerships faked loan applications, lied to customers
- Police identify Colerain Avenue shooting victim as Brandon Phoenix, 19
- Man who admitted to firing at two police officers sentenced to 25 years in prison
- Mom of man accused of shooting at officers pleads for him to surrender to police
- Samuel Little, America's most prolific serial killer, confesses to killing two women in Cincinnati
Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters asks anyone who knows anything about "Jane Doe" to contact one of the following:
- Mark Piepmeier, Chief Assistant Hamilton County Prosecutor, 513 946-3078 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kelly Best, Homicide Detective, Cincinnati Police, 513 352-1970 or email@example.com
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