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Ruger, the electronic-detection K9, is getting his feet wet as the newest member of the Franklin County, Ohio Sheriff's Department.

The eighteen-month old black Labrador Retriever is one of just two dozen dogs nationwide that can sniff out smart phones, tablets, SD cards and flash drives. In Franklin County he's on the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) where Sheriff Zach Scott says criminals are pretty good at hiding evidence. His detectives have found SD cards in cigarette lighters., available for use

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, 30-40 percent of the food supply becomes waste.

ArtPlace America works to position arts and culture as an integral part of community planning and development to help strengthen the social, physical, and economic fabric of communities.

Jim Nolan/WVXU


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



Paul Rogat Loeb's book, Soul Of a Citizen: Living With Conviction In Challenging Times, has become a classic guide for those seeking to become social activists, veteran organizers, and anyone who wants to make a difference. The book has inspired thousands to make their voices heard and actions count., available for use


Technology affects what we know about the world around us, how we interact with friends and how we perform in school and in the workplace. 



The City of Newport is about to become the first Smart City in the Midwest.


During this most unusual of presidential campaign years, a number of books have been published about former presidents.


Natasha Bowens is a farmer, author, and creator of the multimedia project The Color of Food, which explores in words and pictures the changing face of farming in present-day America.


On October 1, 1920, the executive committee of the League of Women Voters of Cincinnati held its first meeting., available for use


Called the “invisible victims” of the heroin epidemic, children of addicts are suffering as their parents use and sometimes overdose. 

Ann Thompson / WVXU

Cameras are now a necessity in buses, commuter trains, streetcars and subways as demonstrated by the New Jersey commuter train accident. Managing companies are not only recording video, but keeping it longer and installing the equivalent of an airline black box.

The company that operates The Cincinnati Bell Connector, Transdev, says it has installed SmartDrive cameras.

You say you know Cincinnati, but how well do you know Cincinnati? If someone from out of town asked, what would you suggest they see or do to get a feel for what we're all about?


A month-long celebration of photography and lens-based art is underway.  FotoFocus Biennial 2016 features more than 60 exhibits and over 100 events at participating venues throughout Cincinnati and the surrounding region. 

Jim Nolan/WVXU


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