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The ethical and privacy concerns over deep fakes and AI and our democracy

On Cincinnati Edition Monday it's a full hour of tech with our panel of experts and your questions at 513-419-7100 or Talk@wvxu.org.

The ethical and privacy concerns over deep fakes and AI and our democracy

Abortion illegal in Kentucky again, Kentuckians sift through flood debris, and more top stories

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

Abortion illegal in Kentucky again, Kentuckians sift through flood debris, and more top stories

As our area sees its first cases of monkeypox, experts share what you should know

A small number of cases of a rare virus called monkeypox have popped up around the U.S,, including here in Greater Cincinnati. Experts talk about local preparation for and prevention of the disease.

As our area sees its first cases of monkeypox, experts share what you should know

Doctors worry stricter abortion bans will lead to more maternal deaths

Even before the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, scholars noted that states with the most restrictive abortion laws in the U.S. also had higher maternal mortality rates. Now, researchers warn, those death rates could get even worse.

Millions of people could lose their insurance if ARPA premium subsidy expires

Congress is considering a massive tax and health care bill that could extend the subsidy.

Millions of people could lose their insurance if ARPA premium subsidy expires

Verna Williams departing the UC College of Law for D.C.

Williams will start a new role as CEO of Equal Justice Works.

Cincinnati Public Schools looks for more ways to keep students safe, physically and mentally

With nearly 36,000 students in 65 schools spread across a 91-square-mile school district, Cincinnati Public Schools has plenty to prepare for the start of a new school year.

Cincinnati Public Schools looks for more ways to keep students safe, physically and mentally

Everyone knows how important it is for children to learn to read well. But what's the best...

As summer winds down and preparations for a new school year begin, some educators across the country are debating the best way to teach students how to read.

Everyone knows how important it is for children to learn to read well. But what's the best...

Monarch butterflies recently landed on an international endangered species list. Greater C...

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature has put monarch butterflies on its endangered species "red list." Experts from the University of Cincinnati and the Cincinnati Zoo tell us what that means and why it's important.

Monarch butterflies recently landed on an international endangered species list. Greater C...

A Greater Cincinnati nonprofit looking for apartments struggles with the housing crunch

In this red hot housing market, a Greater Cincinnati behavioral health organization has run into a challenge finding new apartments for some of its clients.

A Greater Cincinnati nonprofit looking for apartments struggles with the housing crunch