Cincinnati Edition: Weekly News Review
A Northern Kentucky judge faces allegations that she tried to pressure an attorney to engage in sexual acts.
The leader of Cincinnati-based Macy's is out, leaving to take the top job at Tractor Supply Co.
An Ohio lawmaker is proposing a piece of legislation that would have the state require more places to include bathroom changing stations for adults.
The Cincinnati man who purchased the former General Motors plant in Lordstown talks about his plans for it.
The Cincinnati Zoo is monitoring a polar bear for a possible pregnancy.
And opening night of the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park's annual holiday production of A Christmas Carol hits a major snag, but the cast and crew adjusted in a special way, much to the delight of the audience.
Those stories and more will be discussed on the Friday news review.
Joining Cincinnati Edition are Business Courier reporter Andy Brownfield, Enquirer reporter Julia Fair, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau reporter Andy Chow, CityBeat contributing editor and theatre critic Rick Pender, and WVXU reporters Ann Thompson and Tana Weingartner.
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