Human trafficking is a growing global and national concern, yet few are aware of this epidemic's presence in the Greater Cincinnati area. Find out what local organizations are doing to educate the public and combat the problem.
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How well is Greater Cincinnati prepared should there be a community-wide disaster?
Gary L. Knepp talks about some of history’s most unusual tactics that have been used in an attempt to gain advantages over a political opponent.
Kathy Lehr talks with Edward R. Bridgeman about what law enforcement agencies are doing in order to keep us safe.
Byron White explores how universities contribute to industry and business.
Eric Fingehut, Chancellor, Ohio Board of Regents, discusses how higher education plays a key role in economic development and success for a community.
Nearly one million teenagers stop going to school every year. Studies show that the decision to drop out of school has many negative implications later on in life. What can be done to prevent students from dropping out?
How does the tension and violent altercations among members of the Jewish and Muslim faiths in the Middle East affect the perspectives and actions of members of the Muslim and Jewish communities here in Greater Cincinnati?
Kathy Lehr talks with Cara Good and Theresa Singleton about the local services that are available for women who are experiencing domestic abuse and other forms of violence.
Kathy Lehr moderates a discussion between several home ownership and foreclosure specialists who gave expert advise on how homeowners could get out of foreclosure and establish manageable mortgage payments.
Kathy Lehr talks with Cincinnati's new Chief of Police, James E. Craig, about his plans to reduce crime and promote safety in Cincinnati.
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