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Cincinnati Edition covers topics from regional government to business, education, health, technology and the arts.

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With more workers delaying retirement, today's companies are faced with the challenge of managing employees from multiple generations, from Baby Boomers to members of Generation Z, each with its own set of worldviews, experiences and expectations.

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According to the Pew Research Center, adults 18-34 living with their parents is the most common living arrangement for the first time in the modern era. 

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Cybersecurity is such a high priority for the U.S. government that President-elect Trump is asking intelligence officials to do a major report on hacking in 90 days.

A recent report identified the top cybersecurity threats for 2017. They include:

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Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a time individuals and communities across the country celebrate Dr. King and his legacy. 

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Note: This interview originally aired on August 15, 2016.

Judge Nathaniel Jones was the first African-American to be an assistant United States attorney in Ohio. He was an assistant general counsel for the Kerner Commission, which looked into the causes of the 1967 racial unrest in the U.S.   As NAACP general counsel he led the fight against school segregation. In 1979, he was nominated to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit by President Jimmy Carter.

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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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Cincinnati has been hit hard by the heroin epidemic. At its worst last year, there were 174 overdoses over the course of six days. 

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In the summer of 2015, a team of archaeologists led by University of Cincinnati researchers discovered and excavated a Bronze Age warrior’s tomb in southwestern Greece. 

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Although attending college may seem like the status quo, not all stable and lucrative careers require a four-year college degree. 

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Human resources professionals will tell you there are plenty of job openings in Greater Cincinnati. But employers often have trouble finding the right employees for the jobs they have available. 

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In today’s fast-paced world, efficiency is key to success in the workplace. 

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As traditional advertising has become less effective, many companies have turned to content marketing, a strategic approach to reach and retain customers. 

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This spring a camera will begin taking pictures of the Ohio River at California, Kentucky to identify rare but toxic algal blooms as much as a day before they become a danger to drinking water.

A partnership between Thomas More College, Northern Kentucky University, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO) is developing a network of cameras that will take pictures of the Ohio River and analyze the information in a computer algorithm.

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Late last December, four individuals were indicted in one of the most extensive human-trafficking cases in Hamilton County. 

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Public television fans will recognize marine biologist Dr. Carl Safina from his series “Saving the Ocean” which took viewers around the globe in search of good news about ocean life. 

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