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New details are uncovered in the tea party suit against the IRS. Hamilton County Public Library trustees say the fate of the main branch is still undecided. And a look at why students are suspended and the latest Ohio public school report cards.

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The country responds to Hurricane Irma as work crews and volunteers help with recovery efforts. Hate crimes in the region fueled by the far right. A Cincinnati police officer sues the city manager. 

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A former Cincinnati mayor makes an endorsement in the upcoming mayoral race and city council candidates are raising money for their campaigns. Communities continue to seek solutions to the opioid crisis, Northern Kentucky University settles a sexual assault case and a dispute erupts over the removal of a local Confederate memorial. And it has been a tumultuous week for Macy's.

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The young man accused of plowing his car into counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, has local ties. The attack is spurring national conversation about hate groups, some of which are actively recruiting here in Ohio. Taxpayers have invested more than $135 million into the Banks development. Ten years later, there's still work to be done. All good things come to an end as FC Cincinnati proves in the Open Cup run.

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Kentucky's secretary of state says no to President Trump's Election Commission, the Commonwealth's governor and attorney general continue their running feud and several new Kentucky laws recently go into effect. We'll discuss these and other recent developments in Kentucky politics. And we'll look at the latest Tri-state business news, including how Kroger is working to meet the challenges of a changing supermarket industry.

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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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Each Friday on Cincinnati Edition, we present an in-depth discussion of the developments behind the headlines. This week we discuss what is now known about the shooting that took place inside Cameo nightclub last weekend. We'll also get a run-down on legislation that came out of the 2017 session of the Kentucky General Assembly.

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The use of force by police officers has come under national scrutiny due to multiple recent police shootings. But tracking and reporting the number of times officers use force varies widely among police departments. 

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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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There was a lot going on in our region this week, on both sides of the Ohio. In Cincinnati, revelations about how the city's parks department managed construction of Smale Riverfront Park have prompted calls for a review of the department's compliance with city purchasing policies. And in Kentucky the 2016 session of the General Assembly is wrapping up its work.

Kentucky voters head to the polls next Tuesday to choose the commonwealth'’s next governor: businessman and Republican Matt Bevin, or Democrat and current Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway.

Cincinnati has experienced a dramatic increase in gun violence this year, as of early September, more than 320 people were shot within the city limits. 

Civil forfeiture laws allow police to seize and keep property without making an arrest or filing charges. Then it is up to the individual to prove his or her innocence and attempt to reclaim the seized property. Designed to help fight drug trafficking, many now say the practice is routinely abused, and turns the justice system on its head.