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News Review: Gentrification Displacement; Dalton Benched

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

Cincinnati neighborhoods are seeing a redevelopment boom, but not everyone sees it as progress. In fact, some longtime neighbors are being displaced by these projects.

Meanwhile, the city of Cincinnati's affordable housing crisis appears to be worsening.

Hamilton County's juvenile justice system is dealing with racial disparities, but some are looking to change those outcomes.

At Cincinnati City Hall, council moves forward with an eviction prevention program and the planned music venue at The Banks may have met another roadblock.

The Kentucky governor's race is just days away, and after a debate at Northern Kentucky University, did Governor Matt Bevin's support for the use of tolls to fund the Brent Spence Bridge project shift any of his support into the column of Democrat Andy Beshear?

And Andy Dalton won't be starting as quarterback when the Bengals return to action after the bye week.

Those stories and more are featured in the Friday News Review on Cincinnati Edition when local journalists Sharon Coolidge (Cincinnati Enquirer), Nick Swartsell (CityBeat), Andy Chow (Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau), Andy Furman (sports radio), Joe Sonka (Courier-Journal), and Ambriehl Crutchfield (WVXU) join host Michael Monks.

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