Remember the black holes in Looney Tunes cartoons that led nowhere and everywhere? Cincinnati artist Jordan Tate puts viewers up close to one.
Don Catchen, owner of one of the oldest crematoriums in America, talks about death, the processing of ashes and how he ended up in this odd and noteworthy line of work.
Local architects, engineers and designers spent March 11 building large sculptures made entirely of canned food. The 17th annual CANstruction raises money for — and awareness of — local hunger.
"Rain Man" put Cincinnati on Hollywood's radar. Today, it takes more than pretty hills and buildings to lure big-budget filmmakers.
Is it just in the imagination of curmudgeons that schools close at the drop of a snowflake these days? Depend on who you ask.
"Faces" is a new series featuring stories of everyday people in the Tri-State. The series will use photo, audio and video components. The first edition takes a look into an age-old profession in a 21st Century world.
Board members and trustees with the Cincinnati Art Museum should engage the public before naming Aaron Betsky's successor as director.
Sandy Hook, Columbine, Chardon and dozens of more school shootings push parents, politicians and educators to seek more security. What will Ohio legislators do?
Playhouse in the Park has put money behind its commitment to ramping up the quality of theater for young audiences.
Lenhardt’s Restaurant and Christy’s Biergarten are putting more than 800 lots and 60 years of memories on the auction block this weekend. Bid now online.
The role of the Sugar Plum Fairy is a milestone in the life of every ballerina. In this video inside rehearsal at the Cincinnati Ballet, we find out how two of these dancers place their own stamps on an iconic role.
Wedding bells rang at a local hospital Wednesday afternoon for an expecting mother with diabetes.
Cincinnati State Community & Technical College's respiratory therapy team won second place honors in a national quiz competition nicknamed the Sputum Bowl in Anaheim, Calif.
The University of Cincinnati has a more racially diverse student body than Miami or Northern Kentucky Universities, but it lags behind some peers within its athletic conference, according to a WCPO analysis.
Tim Perrino launched Cincinnati Landmark Productions life three decades ago as a summer youth theater program.
Thanksgiving could come with an extra helping of winter weather this week. Whatever the weather, Lakota West High School plans to march proud in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
As the honey bee population continues to dwindle across the globe, some experts suggest urban beekeeping as a first step to protecting the bee population.
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The week started on a stormy note, and included the solemnity of JFK remembrances as well as the optimism as Ethan Kadish went home from 145 days in the hospital.
Earning college credits while in high school, which save parents thousands of dollars, is expanding across the Tri-State. It's a boon for high achievers looking to get a leg up on college but might not be right for every student, some experts say.