Highland Heights, Kentucky – The Cincinnati Fire Department now has special bags loaded with new modems that can help save the lives of adults as well as children by speeding vital medical information to emergency rooms when patients are being transported to area hospitals.
"Cincinnati, Ohio" – People from across the Tri-State have a new way to learn more than seventy foreign languages from the comfort of their own homes. The Cincinnati Public Library is offering language courses along with a series of online resources that people can access from home. Spokesperson Angela Farmer says the courses allow people to learn at their own speed. She explained how the program works to WNKU's Matt Kelley. ( get more information at www.cincinnatilibrary.org )
Cincinnati,OH – Vice President Joe Biden encouraged a crowd in Cincinnati to continue a fight for collective bargaining for public employees. WNKU's Cheri Lawson reports, he spoke during what's been called the nation's largest Labor Day event of its kind.
Highland Heights, KY – Have you ever wondered if you could "MAKE IT" in the wilderness? What if you really HAD to? This weekend at Big Bone Lick State Park, park naturalist Todd Young is teaching pre-historic based survival skills called LICK THE WILD. The classes are designed to teach how to cope with various situations when in survival situations. WNKU's Cheri Lawson asked Todd to talk a little bit about what to expect.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – It's Riverfest weekend once again. That means some bridge and street closures on the Cincinnati side of the river. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked with Cincinnati Police Sergeant Greg Lewton, with the District One Special Events Unit, about what motorists on the Ohio side can expect Sunday evening.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – The Ohio Department of Commerce has released its annual list of the five most prevalent financial scams around the state. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg went down the list with Commerce Secretary David Goodman, who says Ponzi schemes topped the list for the 4th straight year.
Highland Heights, KY – As a musician who performs in a few different bands including Zumba (which he started) Cincinnatian Nicholas Radina is also known for producing "Salsa on the Square". Among other things Nicholas is also touring with the band Over the Rhine.WNKU's Cheri Lawson had a chat with him and started by asking what it's like touring with Over the Rhine.