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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Each summer, Miami University sends forty-five students to Florence, Italy as part of a seven-week, study abroad workshop where they learn Fashion and Design Communication techniques.
Kathy Lehr talks with Dr. Clinton H. Joiner about the research that is being performed at the Comprehensive Sickle Cell Center within the Cancer and Blood Diseases Institute at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
Jeff Vollmer of Hyde Park Wealth Management offers some advice for investing in the new year.
Jeff O'Neil, Jennifer Dorschug, and Ashley Harris discuss Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services' new Transition to Independence Program.
Mary McCullough-Hudson and Trey Devey discuss ArtsWave (formally the Cincinnati Fine Arts Fund).
Three experts talk about how parents, teachers and school administrators can help prevent bullying, harassment and intimidation in schools and provide a safer learning environment for their students.
Two Wilmington College faculty members and a Clinton County Commissioner talk about how their “Grow Food, Grow Hope” program has made a positive impact in Wilmington, Ohio despite these tough economic times.
Home ownership and foreclosure specialists, as well as, experienced lenders and lawyers offer expert advise on how homeowners can get out of foreclosure and establish manageable mortgage payments.
Political analysts Dr. Gene Beaupre and Dr. Eric Rademacher discuss the political landscape locally, state-wide, and nationally.
Three religious historians talk about how the many religions and their differing ideologies have historically influenced the Greater Cincinnati community.