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The 3-year-old girl who was shot early Tuesday morning in Avondale may have accidentally shot herself with her mother's boyfriend's gun, a judge said in court Friday.
The arts and culture creature who also happens to love the Tri-State with a passion: Is there anyone harder to shop for?
A former Brown County Adult Detention Center employee is facing sexual battery charges after accusations he had sexual relations with inmates at the jail.
A Christmas miracle - That’s the only way to describe the surprise that showed up on the doorstep of Paul Young funeral home in Mount Healthy.
John Matarese has advice for anyone who thinks they may be a victim of the Target breach
A gallon of generic milk at a Kroger in Cincinnati was selling for $3.09 Wednesday, while gas at the station outside the store went for $3.05 or less.
After four years of lawsuits, millions of documents, thousands of hours spent by investigators, the bank fraud trail of Kenwood Towne Place developer Matt Daniels ended with a not guilty verdict.
Long line? No problem at the Society of St. Vincent de Paul's Bank Street facility. The nonprofit uses Toyota engineering principles to make its holiday food distribution more efficient.
After much debate and deal-making, City Council decided the costs were too high to cancel the project.
With a newly released audit in mind that said it could cost up to $80.1 million to cancel the streetcar, and up to $105.7 million to complete it, Cincinnati City Council decided Thursday to…
Miami University of Ohio was ranked the second most efficient school among national universities, according to U.S. News & World Report, a a recognized leader in college, grad…
Kentucky and five other states were announced Thursday as winners of a combined $280 million in government grants to improve early learning programs for babies, toddlers and preschoolers.
Arts columnist Matt Peiken lays out his “Top Nine Discoveries” about artists, events and cultural oddities that shaped and sharpened his appreciation for local music in 2013.
Ohioans could soon be sipping slightly more alcoholic suds if one state representative gets his way.
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.
Ever wished you could go back in time? Now you can experience Cincinnati's history like never before in our interactive "Then and Now" series.
A look inside the birthplace of Cincinnati native William Howard Taft, the only person to serve as both president and the Chief of Justice of the United States.
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.