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Ham Co. Sheriff's Primary, Quieting Roller Coasters And More Top Stories This Week

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Jim Nolan

Another week of news is in the books, so Cincinnati Edition gathers local journalists to talk about the big headlines from recent days.

The redevelopment of the site where the Millennium Hotel still stands, empty now, is moving forward, but not without criticism over to whom the contract was awarded.

Meanwhile, the Trump administration taps a Cincinnati City Council member for a post in Washington, D.C., which means there will soon be a new face at City Hall. But whom?

In Covington, there are new, stricter regulations on the operation of homeless shelters.

Kings Island is working to quiet some roller coasters following complaints from neighbors.

And it's Valentine's Day. We look at how Cincinnati stacks up against peer cities for singles and couples.

Joining Cincinnati Edition are Business Courier reporter and columnist Chris Wetterich, Enquirer reporters Julia Fair and Scott Wartman, and WVXU reporters Tana Weingartner and Ann Thompson, and WVXU contributor Julie Niesen.

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Michael Monks brings a broad range of experience to WVXU-FM as the host of Cincinnati Edition, Cincinnati Public Radio's weekday news and information talk show.