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Cincinnati Edition covers topics from regional government to business, education, health, technology and the arts.

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From Amazon To Affordable Housing: This Week's Top Stories

5/17/2019
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Cincinnati City Council considers an ordinance that would mean someone within the city possessing 100 grams or less of marijuana could be cited for a misdemeanor, but would face no fines, no jail time and no court costs.

Duration:00:45:33

Death Advisor Cole Imperi Makes Grief Her Calling

5/16/2019
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When do we start dying? For Cole Imperi there isn't one right answer, it's the kind of complex question she thinks about every day. Imperi is a duel-certified thanatologist and a death doula. Thanatology is the scientific study of death and dying.

Duration:00:23:14

When It Comes To Bail Reform Will The Tri-State Follow Cincinnati's Suit?

5/16/2019
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The bail system is meant to ensure an individual appears in court after he or she is charged with a crime and to promote public safety. But some research shows requiring cash bail keeps many individuals locked up simply because they can't afford to pay, and that it does not make society safer.

Duration:00:24:57

eSports Tournament Comes to Mason, New Program To NKY High School

5/15/2019
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Three-hundred and eighty million people watched eSports in 2018, according to a report from market analytics company Newzoo, which offered details about the $1 billion burgeoning industry. The activity is so popular now that dozens of colleges have launched varsity eSports teams, some with scholarship opportunities, and it is now a sanctioned sport recognized by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association.

Duration:00:14:14

Let's Talk About Every Possible Outcome Of Kentucky's 2019 Primary

5/15/2019
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Kentucky holds its primary elections next Tuesday, May 21. Republicans and Democrats will choose their candidates for seven state executive offices: Governor; Lieutenant Governor; Attorney General; Secretary of State; Commissioner of Agriculture; Auditor; and, Treasurer. The general election takes place November 5.

Duration:00:32:33

Are The Suburbs Actually Becoming Cool?

5/14/2019
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There are plenty of examples indicating an urban renaissance in the historic core of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. But, like their more urban peers, the region’s first ring suburbs also experienced a decline in quality of life in the latter part of the 20th century, and were also impacted greatly by the Great Recession.

Duration:00:28:12

What's Cincinnati Doing To Increase The Success Of Minority-Owned Businesses?

5/13/2019
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The income disparity between African Americans and whites in Cincinnati is vast. Only 18% of businesses are black-owned, according to the State of Black Cincinnati report – a jarring statistic for a city whose population is 43% black. In other areas, black Cincinnatians fall behind their white peers in education, employment and income. Now, through a number of initiatives, efforts are underway to increase access to early childhood education, job training and other support mechanisms in an...

Duration:00:21:18

Tax Abatement Agreement Between City And CPS Up For Debate

5/13/2019
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A 1999 tax abatement agreement between the City of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Public Schools is set to expire. Now the city and CPS are at odds over renegotiating the deal.

Duration:00:27:48

The ABCs (Abortion, Budget And Controversies) Of This Week's Top Stories

5/10/2019
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Ohio’s Congressional map is likely headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, after a panel of federal judges ruled it's unconstitutionally gerrymandered to favor one political party over the other. The Ohio legislature considers an abortion bill more restrictive than the "Heartbeat Bill" Governor Mike DeWine signed just last month.

Duration:00:48:00

The Local Impact Of International Situations

5/9/2019
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Sometimes, events in the news can feel like a world away. However, as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) finds itself under strain as an institution, there are impacts on both the local peacekeeping and business communities.

Duration:00:12:06

How Can Biking In Greater Cincinnati Get Better?

5/9/2019
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While the number of people in Greater Cincinnati who ride bicycles for recreation or for their daily commute is growing, our region still lacks a safe, well-connected system of biking trails and dedicated on-road bike lanes. Though there has been progress over the last decade to make our area more bike-friendly.

Duration:00:36:10

Nora McInerny Will Never Tell You To Get Over It

5/8/2019
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Nora McInerny gets recognized by strangers. People come up to her in the grocery store, or on the street. They know about her podcast or her books or her advice series. But they're not looking for a selfie with a semi-celeb. McInerny is a grief magnet. These brief interactions are filled with tragic stories strangers want to tell her. That's because she's been there. She's still there.

Duration:00:17:35

Through The Rx Bottle: Discussions On Cannabis At The Lloyd Library

5/8/2019
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Ohio has joined 32 other states in legalizing marijuana for medical use. The plant has a long history in this country as a medicinal drug. The Lloyd Library and Museum explores that history in its current exhibit " Through the Rx Bottle ." The exhibit, in collaboration with the Cannabis Museum of Athens, includes century-old botanical illustrations and pharmaceutical artifacts.

Duration:00:30:10

The Business Of Beer In Cincinnati

5/7/2019
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Mike Morgan, founder and president of Queen City History & Education Ltd ., curator of the Brewing Heritage Trail and author of Over-The-Rhine: When Beer Was King has just released his second book, Cincinnati Beer , which explores previously untold stories of our city's brewing history.

Duration:00:30:31

What Is 'Sober Curious' And Why Are People Doing It?

5/7/2019
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Whether it's a cocktail, pale ale or pinot, alcohol often pairs with social gatherings. Attend the symphony, visit the zoo, or even take a stroll through some parks in Cincinnati and you’ll find a vendor and a space for drinking.

Duration:00:18:58

Thane Maynard Talks With Pollinator Pro Dino Martins

5/6/2019
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The next speaker in the 2019 Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden's Barrows Conservation Lecture Series is the Executive Director of the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya, Dino Martins, Ph.D.

Duration:00:11:38

Comedian Rajiv Satyal Returns to Cincinnati

5/6/2019
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Los Angeles comedian Rajiv Satyal returns to his hometown of Cincinnati this month for a stand-up performance at the Fitton Center for the Creative Arts.

Duration:00:14:24

How The Murder Of Pearl Bryan Made Northern Kentucky Famous

5/6/2019
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It was called the "Crime of the Century."

Duration:00:24:04

This Week's Top Stories Span From Dayton, Ohio, To Cincinnati's West End

5/3/2019
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In 2011, Hamilton County's infant mortality rate ranked the second worst in the nation. Thanks to efforts by local organizations and agencies over the last several years there has been an improvement – last year the county recorded the lowest number of infant deaths in its history. But Hamilton County still has an infant mortality rate that is far higher than the national rate.

Duration:00:48:32

When Should Young People Be Charged As Adults?

5/2/2019
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Teenagers accused and convicted of serious crimes face harsh sentences when tried as adults.

Duration:00:18:43