Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition, we discuss and analyze the week's top stories taking place in the Tri-state, the people and events that are affecting our region. The Cincinnati mayoral primary is next Tuesday, the Ohio budget is beginning to take shape, and Ohio Governor John Kasich is making the rounds with his recently-published book.
Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition, we present an in-depth discussion of the developments behind the headlines. This week we'll look at the deportation case of a woman who had been living in Fairfield, the latest infant mortality statistics for our region, how Ohio's medical marijuana industry is shaping up for investors and potential growers and other top stories.
Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition, we present an in-depth discussion of the developments behind the headlines. This week we discuss what is now known about the shooting that took place inside Cameo nightclub last weekend. We'll also get a run-down on legislation that came out of the 2017 session of the Kentucky General Assembly.
Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition we present an in-depth discussion of the developments behind the headlines. This week we'll get an update on the review of taxpayer money spent by the Center for Closing the Health Gap and hear details from the state audit of the Cincinnati Parks Department. We'll also take a look at bills coming out of the Kentucky General Assembly, the top stories in Northern Kentucky, and college basketball.
The Center for Closing the Health Gap was created in 2004 to help improve the health of the poor and uninsured in Cincinnati through education, training and community outreach. Over the last decade the city has provided almost $3.8 million in funding to the nonprofit.
This week twenty years ago our region experienced one of the worst floods in modern history. While river communities in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana suffered, the hardest hit was the city of Falmouth, Kentucky.
The use of force by police officers has come under national scrutiny due to multiple recent police shootings. But tracking and reporting the number of times officers use force varies widely among police departments.