Human trafficking is a growing global and national concern, yet few are aware of this epidemic's presence in the Greater Cincinnati area. Find out what local organizations are doing to educate the public and combat the problem.
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Jeff Vollmer from Hyde Park Wealth Management looks at the stock market and what has to happen to keep it rising in this week's Economic Beat.
Kathy Lehr talks with Stephen Heck, an 8th grade Earth Science teacher at Milford Jr. High School in Cincinnati, who was selected to be one of the first seven teachers to fly into space.
Kathy Lehr talks with three staff members about the numerous ways that the United Way of Greater Cincinnati serves our community.
With the election in 2005 of Mark Mallory as the first popularly-elected African-American Mayor of Cincinnati and the election of Barack Obama as President, has
there been a shift in Cincinnati's political and social mindset regarding race?
Kathy Lehr talks with three experts from the Alcoholism Council of the Cincinnati Area about how alcohol and drug addiction can be prevented and treated here in Greater Cincinnati.
Kathy Lehr talks with two experts who explain where homeowners can find legitimate help and what they can do to avoid being the victim of fraudulent mortgage foreclosure specialists and scams.
For those home owners who are facing the possibility of foreclosure, help is literally just around the corner.
Kathy Lehr talks with three alternative energy experts, Larry Feist, David L. Hart, and Ralph Velasquez, about how they are helping to prepare Ohio for generating energy that is safer, cleaner, healthier and more cost effective.
Doug Bolton talks with Gregory LaLonde, CEO of Triplefin.
Three educators discuss how STEM is benefiting Cincinnati's students and how teachers are being groomed to provide a more specialized education for their students.