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

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Kentucky primary analysis, Turpin Diversity Day walkout, plus more top stories

On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review, local journalists join us to talk about the big stories from recent days.

Kentucky primary analysis, Turpin Diversity Day walkout, plus more top stories

From 'dirt poor' to acclaimed wildlife photographer: New documentary tells the story of Ci...

The new documentary "Wildlife Photographer: The Life of Karl Maslowski" tells the story of how Karl Maslowski went from hunting animals with a gun to capturing their likenesses on film and educating the public about the natural world.

From 'dirt poor' to acclaimed wildlife photographer: New documentary tells the story of Ci...

After decades as the voice of Bart Simpson, Nancy Cartwright is telling her own story

Bart Simpson is one of the world's most recognizable animated characters, and Nancy Cartwright is responsible for that mischievous voice that told the world to "eat my shorts." The Ohio native talks about her new book and what it's like behind the scenes on The Simpsons.

After decades as the voice of Bart Simpson, Nancy Cartwright is telling her own story

For some Greater Cincinnatians, every day is Bike to Work Day

Ahead of National Bike to Work Day, local bike commuters join 'Cincinnati Edition' talk about the joys and challenges of using a bicycle as their primary means of getting around in Greater Cincinnati.

His family spent World War II in an internment camp. Now this Cincinnatian works to ensure...

Cincinnati native Dennis Kato's family survived America's Japanese internment camps during World War II. Now he researches the camps and shares the story.

His family spent World War II in an internment camp. Now this Cincinnatian works to ensure...

New legislation would protect parents with disabilities in family court

Kara Ayers says courts have taken children from their disabled parents or denied them equal custody because of their disability.

'School Girls: Or the African Mean Girls Play' tackles colorism at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

The production runs through May 22 and is the last show in the Playhouse's Marx Theatre before it's demolished for the new mainstage theater scheduled to open in 2023.

'School Girls: Or the African Mean Girls Play' tackles colorism at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

Dance Theatre of Harlem performs for two nights at the Aronoff

The multi-ethnic company performs forward-thinking repertoire of treasured classics and neoclassical works.

Book controversy, baby formula shortage, and more top stories

On Cincinnati Edition's weekly news review, local journalists join us to talk about the big stories from recent days.

Disconnected Democracy asks where democracy is working and where it's not

A collaboration of the Ohio Newsroom, over the last few weeks reporters across the state of Ohio have sought perspectives from everyday residents, looking for common ground.

Disconnected Democracy asks where democracy is working and where it's not