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Coming up on Local 12 News this evening
CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- Here's what we're working on for Local 12 News this evening.
Former Covington Finance Director Bob Due pleaded guilty today to all 15 counts against him, for the theft of nearly $800,000 from the city. He agreed to 15 years in prison. At 4:00, Joe Webb tells us why Due's attorney argues that a shorter sentence will benefit the city. Then at 5:00, he tries to uncover what did Due do with all that money.
UC takes on UCF tonight in the quarterfinals of the AAC tournament. Mike Berk will be live in Memphis ahead of the game at 5:00.
Spring is typically when the thugs come out and cause problems in Price Hill. This spring will be different. At 5:30, Deborah Dixon explains how changes in patrols will target the bad guys.
The cab driver murdered in North Fairmount was a college graduate in his native Senegal, but came here for a better life. The mother of one of his children tells Rich Jaffe that she thinks she was on the phone with Mamadou Diop when he picked up his final fare, at 6:00.
Despite some other reports, the people behind Queen City Tower say it is not for sale. However, they say they are entertaining some financial offers. At 6:00, Jeff Hirsh explains what that means for the skyscraper that just opened three years ago.