Cincinnati, OH – The lower end of Cincinnati's radio dial is in for a shake-up. WGUC is buying WVXU from Xavier University for 15 million dollars. The merger will likely mean changes in what listeners hear on both classical 90.9 and 91.7. WNKU's Jay Hanselman talked with WGUC President and General Manager Rich Eiswerth about the deal. He says it was part of the station's long term plan:
Cincinnati, OH – The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park premieres LEAP tonight. It's the first winner of the Mickey Kaplan New American Play Prize. It's set on September 11th, 2001, but WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik reports it's not really about that historic event:
LEAP runs through March 13th at the Playhouse in the Park.
Highland Heights, KY – More than a decade ago, Dr. Edward Hallowell wrote a book to explain attention deficet disorder. Now he has a new book called DELIVERED FROM DISTRACTION. He told WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik much more has been learned about the brain over the past several years and he's now focusing more on a strength based philosophy to treat A-D-D.
Erlanger, KY – COMAIR IS OPERATING UNDER THE DIRECTION OF A NEW PRESIDENT TODAY, AFTER RANDY RADEMACHER RESIGNED YESTERDAY (MONDAY). MANY SAY THE RESIGNATION IS IN CONNECTION TO THE CANCELLATION OF ALL THE CARRIER'S FLIGHTS ON CHRISTMAS DAY. WNKU'S MARYANNE ZELEZNIK TALKED WITH CONTRIBUTING EDITOR AT AVIATION WEEK AND SPACE TECHNOLOGY, JAMES OTT ABOUT THE MANAGEMENT CHANGE:
Cincinnati, OH – A public hearing yesterday about a plan to cut Cincinnati Metro Bus service on Sundays at times looked like organized chaos. People were shouting and yelling at officials conducting the meeting. Some of them were arguing with each other. WNKU's Jay Hanselman sorts out the details:
Southgate, KY – Southgate voters will decide the fate of the city's school system tomorrow. Kentucky Post education reporter, Crystal Harden talked with WNKU's Maryanne Zeleznik about what lies ahead for the district: