Highland Heights, KY – It's time for this week's green tip. You can check them out at keepcincinnatibeautiful.org. Today Keep Cincinnati Beautiful's Sadie Ferguson is out to conserve water by getting us to get a barrel.
Highland Heights, KY – When you think of an orchestra of string instruments you might expect the music of Mozart, Tchaikovsky or Beethoven. But the Northern Kentucky Youth Sinfonia is jazzing up it's performance. WNKU's Cheri Lawson has the story.
Highland Heights, KY – The 5-year old Music Now festival was held at Memorial Hall featuring the likes of Joanna Newsom, St. Vincent, Justin Vernon and many more. Music Now was the brainchild of Bryce Dessner of "The National." WNKU News caught up with the Cincinnati native in his New York apartment to talk about what inspired Music Now.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – The Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum is opening an exhibition on the 1990 Reds. That team went wire-to-wire in first place and surprised nearly everyone by sweeping the talent-laden Oakland Athletics in the World Series. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg toured the exhibits with Rick Walls, Executive Director of the museum.
Highland Heights, Kentucky – Former Channel 9 I Team reporter Laure Quinlivan is the first career television journalist to be elected to Cincinnati City Council. Now that she has been in office for several months, WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked her about the differences between her old job and her new one.
" Cincinnati, Ohio" – Children and teens in Ohio are closer to getting healthcare coverage. The Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati is kicking off its initiative to get kids enrolled in the state's Medicaid program. Spokesman Trey Daly says many families don't even know they're eligible. WNKU's Matt Kelley asked Daly how the Legal aid Society got involved. ( get more information at www.covercincy.org )