College In the Age of Corona; DeWine Faces GOP Backlash And More Top Stories
On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review Friday at noon:
Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau Chief Karen Kasler and reporter Jo Ingles join us to discuss the fledgling effort of some Republican lawmakers to impeach one of their own: Governor Mike DeWine.
Washington Postreporter Hannah Knowles is here to explore the rise in COVID-19 cases on college campuses across the country.
Former Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Max Londberg, who wrapped up his time at the paper last week to head off to UC Law School, explains his final reports: an investigative look at public dollars going to private schools where academic success does not always follow, and a private school's discrimination against Black students over issues related to hair.
WCPO reporter Lucy May takes a look at the collision of COVID-19 and poverty, and a federal lawsuit over Cincinnati "tent cities" is permitted to proceed.
Cincinnati Enquirer reporter Julia Fair has reports on Northern Kentucky police agencies turning to social workers; how Covington Catholic graduate Nicholas Sandmann's lawsuit settlements with CNN was almost made public; and a development on the site where the Beverly Hills Supper Club burned more than 40 years ago.
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