Lebanon Causes A National Stir, Should Ky. Still Have Constables & More Top Stories This Week
On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review:
Cincinnati City Council falls one vote short of suspending councilmember Wendall Young on Wednesday. Young was indicted in April on a tampering with evidence charge. WVXU reporter Becca Costello has the story.
More charges are dropped against people arrested in Cincinnati during last summer's racial justice protests. Enquirer reporter Cameron Knight explains.
While real estate continues to be hot in our region, the seller's market is not visible in all of our suburbs. WCPO reporters Lucy May and Dan Monk dug into some parts of town where property values are dropping.
Lebanon City Council caused a national stir when it voted to become what it calls a sanctuary city for the unborn in a move against abortion. WVXU reporter Jolene Almendarez was there and joins us to talk about it.
And a Northern Kentucky constable is jailed after allegedly getting rough with an apartment tenant in a different county. So, what is a constable anyway, and should Kentucky still have them? WKRC reporter James Pilcher has that story.
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