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High School Insider with Mike Dyer offers exclusive interviews with Greater Cincinnati student-athletes, coaches and administrators along with news and analysis from around the region each week. Hosted by WCPO high school sports expert Mike Dyer, this podcast brings a unique insight and perspective for the high school sports storylines and personalities in the fall, winter and spring seasons.
 
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Approximately 40 seniors from 10 schools in the GMC have committed or signed a national letter of intent to play college football since the NCAA's early signing period in December. This year's national signing day ceremony, presented by Beacon Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine, will be hosted by the Delta Marriott in Sharonville starting at 1:15 p.m…
 
On today’s episode: Supreme Court says school tax credit law unconstitutional: NKY educators weigh-in; middle school student launches Operation Backpack: ‘Not everyone lives like me’; community weighs in on Brent Spence Bridge Corridor Project; and Bellevue comprehensive plan identifies successes, areas of improvement. Listen here or wherever you g…
 
On today’s episode: with NKU out, what happens next for Northern Kentucky’s charter school?; local author, historian hosts book signing, bourbon tasting; Southgate schools withdraws nickel tax; city suggests residents ‘let your voices be heard’; and NKU launches Newport History Walk App. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: NKU will not oversee Northern Kentucky charter schools; Attorney General urges FCC to reduce take action against fraudulent phone numbers; former Covington boxing gym renovated into apartments and commercial space; and Thomas More updating softball field. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: record expungement clinics offer clean slate; Highland Heights hires full-time police social worker; Kentucky receives grant to expand high-speed internet; and Ryle High marching band performs in Hawaii for Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: Braxton, Dewey’s, Graeter’s combo slated to open in late 2023; CVG sells 76 acres to Boone County; Fort Thomas Forest Conservancy partners with city on compost project; and McConnell criticizes Trump over Constitution comments. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.โดย LINK nky
 
On today’s episode: Prysmian Group unveils renovated North American headquarters in Highland Heights; Golf Courses of Kenton County hosts breakfast with Santa and toy drive; 16 Lot Southern Outpost at Newport on the Levee names brewmaster; and will eliminating the state’s income tax blow ‘a hole’ in its revenue stream? Listen here or wherever you g…
 
On today’s episode: transportation cabinet offering new scholarship in construction management; Excellence in Education Award nominations now open; Gov. Andy Beshear files for reelection in 2023; and NKU dean of College of Health and Human Services to retire. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: Real ID enforcement delayed by two years in Kentucky, across U.S.; Alexandria amends policy allowing one week of PTO after six months; spreading a little luck and love this Christmas: Paddy’s on Main sponsoring gifts for 25 families; and Greater Cincinnati & NKY African American Chamber of Commerce celebrates honorees during gal…
 
On today’s episode: How NKY is fighting to attract talent and keep it here; Homearama coming to NKY for the first time in 2023; unexpected tempest blows death knell to Lil’s Bagels in Covington; and former home of Bengals player on market for $1.8M. Listen here or wherever you get your podcastsโดย LINK nky
 
On today’s episode: Kentucky Democrats appeal redistricting ruling; Senators McConnell, Paul vote against Respect for Marriage Act; and Corporex to transform CirclePort into mixed-use development. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.โดย LINK nky
 
The football state championship week has arrived for Ohio and Kentucky. Two Greater Cincinnati high school football teams will play for state titles this weekend as the 2022 season concludes this Week 16. Beechwood will attempt to win a third consecutive Class 2A state title Friday afternoon in Lexington as the Tigers (13-1) play Mayfield (14-0) st…
 
On today’s episode: amid local allegations of fraud, NKY general election results won’t be part of random audit; the sweetest gift for one Fort Mitchell family: Foster parents get closer to finalizing adoption; and former Bellevue police officer taking Dayton mayor, police chief to court. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: Beshear announces toy drive for EKY children flood survivors; Board approves Walton-Verona Intermediate School; Texas Turnaround has motorists heads spinning from upcoming highway ramp closures and openings; and sniff around and find out: Covington holding ribbon cutting for city’s first dog park. Listen here or wherever you get…
 
On today’s episode: Somerset mayor joins growing GOP gubernatorial field; Holmes High School student arrested after weapon found on campus; I-275 Carroll Cropper Bridge maintenance to last till Wednesday; and Deck The Y’alls in full swing after opening weekend. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
This Thanksgiving week represents a significant start to the Week 15 high school football schedule. Indiana plays host to it state finals at Lucas Oil Stadium with East Central (Class 4A) and Lawrenceburg (Class 3A) this weekend. Ohio and Kentucky are in the state semifinals starting Friday night. Newport Central Catholic (Class 1A), Lloyd and Beec…
 
On today’s episode: The best around: Covington Latin School recognized as one of the Best Schools in America for 2023; police officer shortage could lead to PTO changes in Alexandria; Henry Hosea House hosting fifth annual holiday charity drive; and Newport Central Catholic launches $13 million capital fund to upgrade school facilities. Listen here…
 
In this edition of The Kentucky Side, we talk with the authors of two new books. Greg Hand's Cincinnati Curiosities: Healing Powers of the Wamsley Madstone, Nocturnal Exploits of Old Man Dead, Mazeppa's Naked Ride & More explores some of our strange historic moments in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. For example, did you know that the fortune bui…
 
On today’s episode: NKU’s East Village residents face mold, unreliable elevators; ​​Beshear appoints seven locals to boards, commissions; Hand Up Fund established at Gateway in celebration of John and Connie Salyers; and Ludlow council expresses intent to grant IRB for Fischer Homes development. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: ​​Answers in Genesis purchases former Toyota engineering HQ in Erlanger; Amazon workers at CVG hub seek to unionize; Covington Police Department names new PIO; and Duke Energy’s Amy Spiller joins Kentucky Chamber Board of Directors. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.โดย LINK nky
 
On today’s episode: ​​NKU announces President Ah-shis Vi-dee-uh’s departure amid budget deficit; Union Promenade gets green light from county government; be a Santa to a senior this holiday season; and do you have a turkey in your freezer? It may be time to take it out. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: ​​CVG announces direct flight to London starting June 2023; Beshear: Kentuckians allowed to possess cannabis if purchased legally in another state; city of Covington staff brush up on their Spanish to better assist citizens; and Northern Kentucky food drive feeds more than just hunger. Listen here or wherever you get your podcas…
 
The arrival of cold air throughout Greater Cincinnati this week is a sure sign that it's Week 14 of the high school football season. "People are complaining about the cold and things like that," Lakota West coach Tom Bolden said with a smile before Tuesday's practice. "I said, 'You know you are doing something right if you are getting to practice i…
 
On today’s episode: ​​Campbell County Police officer’s termination upheld; TSA says agents didn’t follow protocol when man brought boxcutter on CVG flight; and recently retired Nader named new Fort Mitchell Police Chief. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.โดย LINK nky
 
On today’s episode: ​​judge rules redistricting maps constitutional despite partisan gerrymandering; and Kentucky Supreme Court to hear oral arguments over state’s abortion bans. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.โดย LINK nky
 
On today’s episode: ​​how one old building will serve as a real-life learning experience for Covington students; flight from CVG makes emergency landing in Atlanta after passenger sneaks box cutter on board; and doe you hunt? Deer season kicked off in NKY Saturday morning; Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: ​​Inside LINK: We’re asking for money; Northern Kentucky wineries take home wins in 10th annual Kentucky Commercial Wine Competition; and local CEO organizes Thanksgiving food drive. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.โดย LINK nky
 
The high school and college basketball season is upon us. Before the high school season officially begins Nov. 23, the WCPO High School Insider podcast previews the top Greater Cincinnati teams and players during this special episode. Triple Double Prospects analyst Corey Albertson explains why Taft will be a successful team again after being the D…
 
On today’s episode: ​​2 of 3 NKY counties shot down abortion amendment; Kenton County Police Department receives reaccreditation; Keller reelected to Kentucky Supreme Court, beating Fischer; and Kenton County Animal Services at full capacity, running adoption specials. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
With 15 Greater Cincinnati high school football teams in the Ohio regional semifinals this weekend, the stakes are even more significant this Friday night. The WCPO High School Insider podcast looks at some of the top matchups and speaks with some of the area's top coaches entering Week 13 of the season. You will hear from Mason coach Brian Castner…
 
On today’s episode: Republican Sen. Rand Paul wins 3rd term in Kentucky; Republican incumbent Massie cruises past Democrat challenger Lehman; Bellevue man sentenced to prison for illegal possession of a firearm; and charitable fund created for Northern Kentuckians to help Ukrainians impacted by war. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: ​​Attorney General: Here’s how to report suspected election fraud; NKY native named The Carnegie’s new theater director; and Fort Thomas resident’s tradition keeps Halloween fun going. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.โดย LINK nky
 
On today’s episode: ​​city of Dayton receives emergency road aid funds for slide repair; Kentuckians can enroll for healthcare in 2023 through kynect; the Newport Aquarium welcomes three new sand tiger sharks; and Subcommittee members receive an update on state police retention and recruitment. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
On today’s episode: FEAM AERO arrives in NKY with brand new hangar, creating 250 jobs; Covington man pleads guilty to spraying fire extinguisher at officers during Jan. 6 capitol breach; and interim education committee hears update on implementing new social studies standards. Listen here or wherever you get your podcasts.…
 
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