A non-profit restaurant in Dayton, Ohio allows customers to pay what they can. Robert Adamson is the founder and executive chef at One Bistro. He talked with WNKU's Sara Dreibelbis about how this community cafe system works.
While it may seem like an innocent joyride, giving a child a spin on the riding mower can quickly turn into disaster. More than nine-thousand children are treated for lawn mower related injuries each year. WNKU’s Matt Kelley has details on how to prevent a summer tragedy.
While most of us have been sweltering in this week's weather, a team of artisans is hard at work in a very cool room in Columbus. Operating under strict secrecy, they're creating the butter cow, the butter calf and the butter sculpture for this year's Ohio State Fair, which opens July 24. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked about the buttery creations with Jenny Hubble of the American Dairy Association.
Former Kroger Chairman and CEO Joe Pichler and his wife Susan have donated an undisclosed amount of money to add features to Cincinnati's new Smale Riverfront Park. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked the Cincinnati Park Board's Steve Schuckman how the gift will be used.
Officials from hundreds of water utilities around the nation have been in Cincinnati this week . They have been sharing ideas on how to improve services, work together and save taxpayer dollars. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg reports.
The Northern Kentucky Medical Reserve Corps is looking for people to join their organization, which provides support for public health agencies during times of crisis. Spokesperson Jean Caudill says the local unit has more than 450 volunteers, but they still need more. Ms. Caudill explained the importance of the corps to WNKU’s Matt Kelley. ( get more information by calling Jean Caudill at 859.363.2009 or email Jean.Caudill@nkyhealth.org )
Revelation Trail, an independent film with local roots will host its first area screening at the Madison Theater in Covington July 25th at eight o’clock. NKU professor John Gibson wrote, directed, and produced the feature length western-horror film.
Dr. John D. Redden has been in practice in Covington, Kentucky for more than half a century. The 90-year-old doctor is retiring this summer. WNKU's Sara Dreibelbis visited Redden in his old office where he'd never turn patients away, even if they couldn't pay.
The second annual Bunbury Music Festival begins today on Cincinnati's central riverfront. The three-day music fest features 80 bands from our area and around the country. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked Bunbury's Out of State Marketing Planner Brian Kitzmiller how the festival got its name.
The Kenton County Fair will be opening on Monday night June 15th, at the fairgrounds in Independence Kentucky. Spokesperson Nancy Koentrup talked to WNKU’s Matt Kelley about what’s new at the event this year.( get details at www.kentoncountyfair.com )