The Ripley County chief deputy sheriff was arrested on six counts of felony drug charges Wednesday, but bonded out shortly after.
A Franklin, Ohio woman was arrested for driving a Springboro special needs school bus, with three children on board, under the influence of alcohol early Wednesday morning.
A major retailer has started investigating the theft of millions of in-store credit and debit card records from its databases.
One person was shot and killed late Wednesday night in Avondale.
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Kenwood Towne Place developer Matt Daniels said he relied on others to handle financial and legal details.
Investment advisor Glen Galemmo has agreed to plead guilty Tuesday to federal charges that he bilked clients out of millions of dollars.
A newly released audit says it could cost up to $80.1 million to cancel the streetcar, and up to $105.7 million to complete it.
In our new weekly feature WCPO will introduce the Tri-State to the municipal leaders that keep our towns and villages on the move.
Public school students in the nation's largest cities are improving their performance in reading and math faster than their counterparts in suburban and rural schools, according to…
While educators and statisticians pile on more evidence of how early childhood education leads to later academic and career success, budget cuts due to sequestration have further sliced into…
For seven weeks, modern day Cincinnati will be transformed into 1950s New York City as Hollywood rolls into town for the filming of 'Carol,' starring Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett.
It was only six years ago when Ty Niemeyer, then a senior at Moeller High School, performed in the percussion section of the Cincinnati Symphony Youth Orchestra . Now has composed…
The Bengals are no longer a cinch for the playoffs after Sunday night's debacle in PIttsburgh.
"We were the tougher team," Chris Mack said. And UC? "We walked into a street fight with a pink outfit on," said Mick Cronin.
A chef with experience working in some of Cincinnati's finest restaurants will finally have a place to call his own this week.
For the second year in a row, Cincy Chic is bringing style and holiday fun to downtown Cincinnati for a free event that unites local vendors and fashionistas together under one roof.
Storm Shield is a life-saving app that is like a NOAA Emergency Weather Radio on your iPhone and Android.
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Ken Broo will join the WCPO 9 On Your Side team as its newest sports anchor/reporter.