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Winter storm hits the Tri-State, Bengals' economic impact on the region and more top stories

friday news review
Jim Nolan
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WVXU

A winter storm is blanketing the area. Sleet-covered and snow-covered roads are making for slick conditions. WCPO 9 weather forecaster Raven Richard has the latest on the road conditions and the weekend outlook.

Cincinnati's business community is scoring big on the Bengals trip to the Super Bowl. WCPO 9 I-Team reporter Dan Monk takes a look at the marketing plans that capitalize on the attention Cincinnati is getting from the Bengals, and Business Courier reporter Steve Watkins finds that the Bengals posted the NFL’s biggest increase in attendance this season of any team playing in the same stadium.

Former Ohio House Speaker Larry Householder wants the bribery case against him dismissed. His attorneys say federal prosecutors never proved the GOP lawmaker
engaged in quid pro quo. USA Today Network Ohio Bureau reporters Laura Bischoff and Jessie Balmert are following the case.

Ohio and Kentucky both have a state fossil but Indiana does not. That could soon change. WVXU senior editor and reporter Tana Weingartner has more on the effort from an Indiana state representative to make the mastodon the official state fossil.

Listen to Cincinnati Edition live at noon M-F. Audio for this segment will be uploaded after 4 p.m. ET.

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