Cincinnati city and educational leaders discuss what to do about granting future property tax abatements.
An Ohio group proposes a voting-related constitutional amendment for the November ballot.
A Sands Montessori 6th grader may finally get the safer sidewalk she requested from officials.
WVXU's Senior Political Analyst Howard Wilkinson talks about the impact of social media on the Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, and the launch of his new politics focused newsletter, Counter Points.
All Middletown students may qualify for school vouchers after district schools ended up on the state's "failing" list.
Those stories and more will be discussed on the Friday news review.
Joining Jay Hanselman (@jayhanselman), who is filling in for Michael Monks on Cincinnati Edition, will be Business Courier reporter Chris Wetterich (@cwetterich); Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau reporter Andy Chow (@andy_chow); WCPO transportation reporter Pat LaFleur (@pat_laFleur); WVXU Senior Political Analyst Howard Wilkinson (@howardwilkinson); and WVXU reporter Ambriehl Crutchfield (@ambriehlc).
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