Flurry Of Bills In Frankfort; New Hotel Possible At Lunken Airport And More Top Stories
On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review:
The Kentucky General Assembly worked until the final seconds this week before the so-called veto period begins. The Republican-dominated legislature pushed forward on much of the GOP agenda - including attempts to restrict actions by Democratic Governor Andy Beshear.
Courier-Journal reporter Joe Sonka and Herald-Leader reporter Daniel Desrochers join us.
Could this year's Cincinnati mayoral race have no candidates? A lawsuit could make that so. And the city-owned Lunken Airport is targeted for an ambitious development involving a hotel. Enquirer reporter Sharon Coolidge talks about that.
As Amazon grows its presence in Boone County, there is growing concern over a lack of housing options.
WVXU reporter and mid-day host Ann Thompson explains.
And the COVID-19 pandemic might just change the restaurant industry forever, Enquirer food writer Keith Pandolfi says. He'll also join us to talk about why the local bar, The Comet, a mainstay for Gen Xers, made Cincinnati "cool again."
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