FC Cincinnati Zoning Request Faces Scrutiny From Neighbors And Council
FC Cincinnati submits a request to the City Planning Commission for a zoning change to the property north of its future stadium in the West End. Neighbors, angry about displacement, spoke out against the proposal. That prompted a majority on City Council to pass a motion declaring they will not approve the zoning request unless the team finds homes for the people being displaced.
A USA Today investigation finds 85,000 law enforcement officers across the country have been investigated or disciplined for misconduct in the past decade. Yet they continue to find employment on the force.
A 23-year-old woman is stalked and murdered. Now her friends say the West Chester Township Police Department didn't do enough to protect her. A closer look at stalking cases over the past five years in the township.
Joining Cincinnati Edition to discuss these top stories and more are WCPO reporter Evan Millward (@EvanMillward); Enquirer investigative reporter James Pilcher (@jamespilcher); and breaking news reporter Max Londberg (@MaxLondberg); and WVXU City Hall reporter Jay Hanselman (@JayHanselman); and reporter and All Things Considered Host Bill Rinehart (@billgrinehart).
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