Mandel Campaign Trouble, Cincinnati's LGBTQ History And More Top Stories
On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review, live at noon:
Hamilton County Auditor Dusy Rhodes wants the city of Cincinnati to stop taxing people who worked from home during the pandemic rather than at their city offices.
Enquirer reporter Scott Wartman joins us to talk about that.
The campaign of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel faces turmoil after staff members depart citing what they characterize as a toxic work environment, stemming from Mandel's romantic relationship with another staff member.
Laura Bischoff and Haley BeMiller from the USA Today Network Ohio Bureau explain.
Pride Month is over, and as we say goodbye to the celebration of LGBTQ people, we will look at Cincinnati's role in its history. WCPO reporter and anchor Evan Millward is with us for that, and WVXU reporter Jolene Almendarez profiles local gay bars.
And there was a time long ago in Cincinnati when flying a kite could turn deadly for local children.
Historian and journalist Greg Hand has the story.
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