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Primaries, Pensions and Protests: This Week's Top Stories

cincinnati edition
Jim Nolan
We look at the news affecting Greater Cincinnati and the Tri-state.

The Ohio governor's race heats up as we get closer to the May primary. Two Cincinnati City Council members will lead an investigation of City Manager Harry Black. Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin says he's not happy with the tax reform and budget bills passed by the General Assembly, as thousands of teachers protest a pension bill in Frankfort and throughout the state. And a local college student shares her story of sexual harassment.

Joining "Cincinnati Edition" to discuss these top stories and more are Cincinnati Enquirer Education reporter Hannah Sparling (@hksparling) and investigative reporter James Pilcher (@jamespilcher); Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau reporter Jo Ingles (@joingles); Political writer for the Lexington Herald-Leader Daniel Desrochers (@drdesrochers); Tom Loftus (@TomLoftus_CJ), who covers the Kentucky Statehouse for the Courier-Journal; and WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson (@HowardWilkinson).

Tune in to "Cincinnati Edition" April 6 starting at 1:00 p.m. to hear this segment.