Women tell their stories to destigmatize breast cancer prevention and treatment
This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, senior manager of broadcast Kennan Oliphant, and senior manager of enterprise/investigative Meghan Wesley to discuss Kendi the rhino, a local mother struggling get her life back on track after an eviction, a parking squeeze near the University of Cincinnati, rumors that dealers circulating fentanyl disguised as marijuana, a $6 billion bypass proposal, and more.
At 40:45 , Brian is joined by WCPO anchor Kristyn Hartman and senior manager Tasha Stewart to discuss breast cancer awareness and prevention, and to tell their own "pink ribbon stories."
- Kendi is moving out of his parents' house and heading west
- How the story of this young mom 'trying to make a way' shows the holes in Cincinnati's safety net
- Homeowners near University of Cincinnati caught in parking squeeze, want help
- Are dealers circulating fentanyl disguised as marijuana? The short answer is no
- $6 billion for a highway bypass? Not everyone in the Tri-State thinks it's a good idea
- Reminder for women: Take care of yourselves all year, not just during Breast Cancer Awareness Month