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

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New Pop-up Drive-Thru COVID-19 Testing In Lincoln Heights

New "pop-up" drive-thru testing sites are making COVID-19 testing more accessible - and free - for neighbors in areas hardest hit by the virus.

Black Infant Mortality At 50-Year Low, But Disparities Remain

The number of babies in Hamilton County dying before their first birthdays remained relatively the same in 2019, however there was a 24% decrease in the number of Black infant deaths.

Revisiting Historic Flood, Riot In Cincinnati

In the latest issue of Cincinnati Magazine , local historian Greg Hand , author of the blog Cincinnati Curiosities , revisits a trio of historically significant events in the Queen City.

From Mask Mandates To The City's Quest To Host The World Cup: This Week's Top Stories

On Cincinnati Edition 's weekly news review, we check in on Ohio news with Ohio Public Radio Statehouse Bureau Chief Karen Kasler and Cincinnati Enquirer State Government reporter Jessie Balmert on Governor Mike DeWine's mandate about masks in some counties, including Hamilton and Butler.

From Mask Mandates To The City's Quest To Host The World Cup: This Week's Top Stories

Re-examining The Collaborative Agreement

Cincinnati's Collaborative Agreement is 18 years old. The historic policing agreement was negotiated after Cincinnati Police Officer Stephen Roach shot and killed Timothy Thomas in 2001. Now, as the nation faces unprecedented protests over police brutality and the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and other Black men and women, will the Collaborative Agreement play a new role, and how will it be framed against new calls to defund the police?

Protesters And Lawyers Want Curfew Charges Dropped

Lawyers for some of the 500 people arrested during the protests in Cincinnati in late May and early June want charges dropped. On Tuesday, The Cincinnati Mass Defense Coalition handed over a motion to the city solicitor's office demanding the curfew charges filed against the protesters be dismissed. The motion claims the curfew ordered by Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley was unconstitutional.

How Local Businesses Are Responding To The Mask Mandate

Starting Thursday, masks are mandatory inside public spaces in Cincinnati. So how are business owners responding to the mask mandate?

WVXU Talks With New Host Of '1A' Jenn White

In 2017, when a new program replaced the long-running Diane Rehm Show , the producers and host of 1A recognized the proverbial "big shoes" they were tasked to fill.

Analysis Shows Streetcar Drew $1 Billion In Investments Near The Transit Line

The future of the Cincinnati streetcar's ridership opportunities appears to be uncertain now, but a recent analysis found that $1 billion in investments have taken place within a thousand feet of the streetcar line.

Analysis Shows Streetcar Drew $1 Billion In Investments Near The Transit Line

Have New Mask Mandates Changed The Debate Around Wearing Face Coverings?

Cincinnati, Columbus and Cleveland have followed Dayton in passing mask mandates. Cincinnati's mandate will go into effect July 9, requiring face coverings inside places of business. But the issue of whether to wear or go without a mask has been the cause of much national debate and divide along party lines, with politicians weighing in as often as health experts.

Have New Mask Mandates Changed The Debate Around Wearing Face Coverings?

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