Highland Heights, KY – Letters mailed to Santa Claus may never reach the North Pole, but they don't go unanswered, because Cincinnati postal workers make hundreds of wishes come true each year with their annual 'Dear Santa' program.
Highland Heights, KY – If you travel 275, 71 or 75, chances are at one time or another you've been stuck in a traffic backup, but Kentucky has a plan to relieve congestion on local highways and interstates.
Highland Heights, KY – The Jefferson County School Board requires every school in the district to maintain black student enrollments between 15 and 50 percent, but the question is whether the school board can assign students to schools according to their race in order to uphold this mandate.
Highland Heights, KY – Departing University of Cincinnati Bearcats football coach, Mark Dantonio, has been replaced by Brian Kelly, who comes to UC from Central Michigan University, and who has big plans for the team.
Highland Heights, KY – Frank talks with Doug Eisele of Old World Restorations about restoring antiques of all kinds, and with Heather Mingo, Development Director for the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center, about their upcoming schedule of events, on WNKU Keep Antiquing!, broadcast on December 1, 2006.
Highland Heights, KY – After a year in office, Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory's progress report was positive, with goals for the future, but councilmember Leslie Ghiz, who has been critical of the mayor, feels harder work is needed.