Some were news stories, yes, but this
past year of work also happened to include explorations of the strange
world of reality TV, the questionable practices of a group of for-profit
art show promoters and the wide world of ridesharing, along with more
straightforward examinations of complicated urban issues.
of recent police shootings involving white officers and unarmed blacks
has led to renewed scrutiny on racial bias in law enforcement and how
officers are held accountable when something suspect happens.
The state of Ohio could soon force
Cincinnati’s last remaining clinic providing abortions to cease the
procedure, leaving it the largest metropolitan area in the country
without direct access to an abortion clinic.
Understanding how people get coerced into selling sex
involves coming to terms with a dizzying array of mitigating economic,
social and personal factors. Local leaders are working to provide new
resources and outreach, but myriad
factors present barriers to those seeking recovery.
stretch of ugly and abandoned Wasson Way rail tracks that run through
several upscale, bustling Cincinnati neighborhoods have long-since been
hotly debated, at times pitting advocates of light rail against bike
Wilberforce must address enormous debt, a deteriorating campus and
serious holes in the administration, holes which until very recently
included the president of the university, all before December 15, or
risk losing its accreditation.