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1. Cincinnati's Police Chief says a newly released audit of the agency will save money.  But James Craig isn't ready to put a dollar amount on the savings yet.  W-V-X-U's Jay Hanselman reports...

2.Construction on Cincinnati's newest fire station is already underway in Westwood.  A groundbreaking ceremony was held today (yesterday).  W-V-X-U's Jay Hanselman reports officials say it will improve public safety and residents say they hope it will spur other economic development...

3. A recent report suggests Cincinnati set-up a 15-million dollar fund to attract grocery stores to city neighborhoods that are currently described as food deserts.  W-V-X-U's Jay Hanselman reports these are geographic areas with low access to affordable, healthy food...

4. Cincinnati officials are studying a plan to make it quieter for some residents who live in neighborhoods with a lot of train traffic.  W-V-X-U’s Jay Hanselman has more…

5. Residents of Cincinnati's East End neighborhood are patiently waiting on a plan to slow down traffic on Riverside Drive...

6. Some 53,000 Cincinnati households are eligible to participate in the city's plan to aggregate electricity...

7. Cincinnati Council members are considering a plan to change the length of their terms from two to four years...

8. People who supported longer terms for Cincinnati council members are celebrating. City voters narrowly approved a charter amendment yesterday to change the council term to four years...

9. Cincinnati City Manager Milton Dohoney’s paycheck will be getting larger. A City Council majority appears ready to give him a raise...

Jay Hanselman brings more than 10 years experience as a news anchor and reporter to 91.7 WVXU. He came to WVXU from WNKU, where he hosted the local broadcast of All Things Considered. Hanselman has been recognized for his reporting by the Kentucky AP Broadcasters Association, the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, and the Ohio AP Broadcasters.