Cincinnati City Council has approved what Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls calls a new tool to revitalize neighborhoods and spur development. Qualls tells WNKU's Steve Hirschberg that the form-based zoning code is an alternative to traditional zoning.
The Northern Kentucky Forum will be hosting a panel discussion titled “Babies versus the Boardroom” to explore the evolution to parenthood in corporate America. WNKU’s Matt Kelley talked to Forum Chairperson Tara Ford about why they chose to address this topic. (get details at http://civicengagement.nku.edu/involved/forum.php )
A 40-foot mobile diagnostic van will be on display today at the corner of Broadway and 4th Street in downtown Cincinnati. Western and Southern and the Barrett Cancer Center paid for the unit, which will soon go into service around the area. UC Health will operate the mobile unit. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked about the van with Tana Casper. She's an executive with the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
People Working Cooperatively will be hosting the 31st annual “Repair Affair” this Saturday. Spokesman Jock Pitts says more than nine-hundred volunteers turned out last year to help elderly and disabled people with basic home maintenance.