Mark Heyne

Cincinnati Edition Host

Mark Heyne hosts Cincinnati Edition Monday through Friday at 1:00 pm.

Heyne's journalism experience in Greater Cincinnati spans more than 20 years and includes positions with WLW, WHIO, WMOH and Traffic Watch/News Watch. He has received awards from the Ohio Associated Press, Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, The Press Club of Ohio, and the Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists.

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Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition we present an in-depth discussion of the developments behind the headlines. Joining us this week to look at local stories and Ohio news are Cincinnati Enquirer Columbus Bureau Chief Chrissie Thompson ; investigative reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer, James Pilcher ; Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau reporter and producer Andy Chow ; WVXU city hall reporter Jay Hanselman ; and WVXU political reporter Howard Wilkinson .

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Marine Lt. Col. Amy McGrath knew from a young age that she wanted to be a fighter pilot. But, at that time, the military prohibited women from flying in combat.

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Like something from a Food Network show, Findlay Kitchen , an incubator located in Findlay Market is a dream come true for food entrepreneurs.

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Seventy-five years ago today, Japanese forces attacked the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii .

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There’s more to getting rid of headaches than just using painkillers; researchers at the University of Cincinnati confirmed there is a link between diet and migraines. Eliminating triggering processed foods high in nitrates, MSG, coffee and alcohol can ease migraines. Following a diet designed to prevent headaches, such as one low in carbohydrates, can also help.

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With hosting parties, visiting family and preparing holiday meals, December can be a busy month. Probably the last thing you want to think about this time of year is your finances. But with the December 31st deadline looming for certain financial activities, tax and financial experts say the time you spend now will reap benefits in the New Year and beyond.

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Pete Rose has a downtown street named after him, but there are many once-famous Cincinnatians who have been all but forgotten. For example, our city is home to the first black Olympic champion, the artist who created the comic strip and the inventor of the Magic 8 Ball. Cincinnati Enquirer librarian and history writer Jeff Suess uncovers details about these individuals, as well as some of the many forgotten events that took place here, in his book, “Hidden History of Cincinnati” – which goes back to a time before Cincinnati was even Cincinnati.

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Operating for thirty years, Price Hill’'s Imago is an environmental grassroots organization that helps individuals connect to the natural world around them.

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With 50 years of land and habitat management experience, the Cincinnati Nature Center is establishing the Center for Conservation & Stewardship .

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Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition , we present an in-depth discussion of the developments behind the headlines.

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The holidays are considered a special time of bonding and celebration with friends and family. However, for some families, it’'s a bit more complicated.

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Data compiled by the U.S. Department of Education'’s Office for Civil Rights shows the extent of racial inequality that currently exists in our nation's education system.

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According to Fusion ’'s 2015 documentary, “ Prison Kids: A Crime Against America’'s Children ,” there are roughly 60,000 children behind bars in America,– more than in any other nation.

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He's worked in local and network radio and television, performed in film and on stage, taught in college classrooms and authored several books of poetry.

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According to a report released last year by Moody's , the investor services company, closures and mergers among small U.S. colleges could increase in the next several years due to declines in revenue. The schools most at risk are small, faith-based liberal arts colleges. So those schools must be innovative in order to survive and flourish. Thomas More College President and Chief Executive Officer, David Armstrong , has a vision for the future of the school. One idea he is pursuing is to make...

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