A 40-foot mobile diagnostic van will be on display today at the corner of Broadway and 4th Street in downtown Cincinnati. Western and Southern and the Barrett Cancer Center paid for the unit, which will soon go into service around the area. UC Health will operate the mobile unit. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg talked about the van with Tana Casper. She's an executive with the University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
People Working Cooperatively will be hosting the 31st annual “Repair Affair” this Saturday. Spokesman Jock Pitts says more than nine-hundred volunteers turned out last year to help elderly and disabled people with basic home maintenance.
NKU and the Mayerson Foundation are celebrating a partnership of more than a decade of supporting student philanthropy projects. Danielle McDonald, faculty director for the project sat down with WNKU’s Matt Kelley to explain how the program works. (get more information about NKU/Mayerson Foundation Projects at http://civicengagement.nku.edu. )
A new, family-oriented pet show is coming to the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati on Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12. Duke Center Marketing Manager Thera Wright helped create the event. She talked with WNKU's Steve Hirschberg.
NOTE: More information is available at www.PetopolisCincinnati.com.
Dr. Julie Olberding the director of NKU’s Public Administration program, and her husband, Dr. Douglas Olberding of Xavier University will be publishing their findings about the social impacts of the Flying Pig Marathon on the City of Cincinnati. Their article is the culmination of years of research.