Cincinnati Changes Security Deposit Rules & NBA G-League Coming? Plus More Top Stories
The city of Cincinnati this week approved legislation that its sponsor, Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld, called the first of its kind in the nation, dramatically altering the way prospective renters can pay security deposits for apartments.
Meanwhile, Vice Mayor Chris Smitherman surprised city political watchers with an announcement that he will not run for mayor next year.
There is talk that the National Basketball Association (NBA) could end up with a G-League, or minor league, basketball team here in Cincinnati.
Plus, why is it so hard to see road lines on Ohio highways when it’s raining?
And Cincinnati has Joe Burrow fever after the star quarterback led LSU to college football’s national championship and is poised to be selected as the first pick in the NFL draft by the Bengals.
We discuss those stories and more with journalists from around the region.
Joining Cincinnati Edition’s weekly news review are Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Sharon Coolidge; Business Courier reporter and columnist Chris Wetterich; Enquirer columnist Jason Williams; FOX 19 sports anchor Jeremy Rauch; FOX Sports radio host Andy Furman; and WVXU reporters Ambriehl Crutchfield, Ann Thompson, and Tana Weingartner.
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