Hamilton County deputy fired after problematic social media posts discovered
WCPO 9 I-Team reporter Craig Cheatham joins the Hear Cincinnati podcast to discuss former Hamilton County Deputy Michael Stemmerding, who was fired after the I-Team alerted the Sheriff's office to several alarming social media posts.
First, our panel discuss an online zine for young creatives, updates on local vaccinations, government loans helping local businesses, and more.
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- As West End transformation begins, some public housing residents fear they will be pushed out
- Fact Check Friday: Can the Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccines cause infertility?
- Beshear: About 1,000 Ohioans scheduled vaccine appointments at NKY Convention Center
- Ky. vaccine phase 1C: People 60 years and older, increased health risks, 'essential workers'
- Sycamore High School announces plans for a new stadium scheduled to open in 2022
- University of Cincinnati program director accused of sending child pornography to undercover officers online
- Brent Spence Bridge ranked second-worst traffic bottleneck in U.S.
- Double shot: Disaster loans helped Cincy companies stretch stimulus impact
- Hamilton County Sheriff investigates deputy who posted Three Percenter flag on Facebook
- After investigation, Hamilton Co. sheriff fires deputy with 3Percenters flag on Facebook profile
- What the investigation into fired Hamilton County Sheriff's deputy reveals
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