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FOCUS: "Helping the Hungry"

Kathy Lehr talks with representatives from two local foodbanks who will tell us how they serve Greater Cincinnati and how we can help them with their mission.

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Foreclosure Prevention: Addressing the Suburban Poverty Phenomenon
 

Despite the improvement of the housing market on a national level, suburban poverty is a growing trend impacting many cities in recent years. Find out what free assistance is available to homeowners facing foreclosure.



Erin Meyer and Luke Blocher
 

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.



 

On this episode of FOCUS, we explore the different types of elder abuse - physical, emotional, mental, sexual, neglect, abandonment, and financial – and what services are available locally to help these senior citizens in need. We also discuss the growing trend of family members and caregivers who are stealing medications from these elders for their own use or profit.

 



 

How well is Greater Cincinnati prepared should there be a community-wide disaster?



The Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project
 

Kathy Lehr learns more about why the Cincinnati Regional Chamber of Commerce and the business community are supporting the rebuilding of the I-75 / Brent Spence Bridge Corridor.



 

Kathy Lehr learns about the barriers that may be preventing the Greater Cincinnati region from growing economically and what these two organizations are doing to help create a better future for our community.



Gary L. Knepp
 

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.



 

Kathy Lehr talks with Cincinnati Police Sergeant Eric Franz, camp program manager Jermaine Isaac, and Cincinnati Police Officer Tim Eppstein about Camp Joy and the relationships it fosters for the community.



 

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?