Here's what you need to know this week:
The Cincinnati Bengals unveil their new uniforms at 9 a.m. Monday as part of the “New Stripes” campaign that includes a Ring of Honor and other fan-focused initiatives. The most recent uniforms were in place for 16 seasons, the longest the team has gone without making uniform changes in its 53-year history.
Ring of Honor:Who's part of the inaugural class
The prosecution and defense have rested their respective cases in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
So, what happens now in the proceedings against the man accused in the death of George Floyd?
Judge Peter Cahill told the 14 members of the jury that they should return to court at 10 am ET Monday and be prepared to hear closing arguments from attorneys on both sides. Following that, Cahill will instruct the jurors on the laws in the case before the panel members start verdict deliberations. Two members of the jury will be informed that they were alternates and will not be part of deliberations.
Anniversary of last episode of 'WKRP in Cincinnati'
The last episode of "WKRP in Cincinnati" aired April 21, 1982.
The show, which stared Tim Reid, Howard Hesseman and Loni Anderson, premiered on CBS on Sept. 18, 1978. The comedy about an old-fashioned radio station transitioning into a hip rock station went on to air 88 episodes over four seasons.
Which character from "WKRP in Cincinnati" defines you as a person? Are you a Venus Flytrap smooth-operator? Or a good-looking, good-hearted Jennifer Marlowe? Take our quiz to find out.
Early voting is underway, and the May 4 primary is right around the corner. For Cincinnati voters who need more information before deciding who’s best to lead the Queen City over the next four years, The Enquirer is hosting a virtual mayoral debate Thursday, April 22.
The debate can be viewed live on Cincinnati.com and The Enquirer's Greater Cincinnati Politics Facebook group at 1 p.m.
Five of the six candidates for mayor – Ohio Sen. Cecil Thomas, of Avondale; Cincinnati Councilman David Mann, of Clifton; Hamilton County Clerk of Courts Aftab Pureval, of Clifton; retired Cincinnati firefighter Raffel Prophett, of Avondale; and Businessman Gavi Begtrup, of Mount Lookout – will face off in one of the most important city races of the year. Educator Dr. Herman Najoli, of West Price Hill, told The Enquirer he will be unavailable to participate.