Northern Kentucky's heroin epidemic is one of the reasons a growing number of grandparents are raising their grandkids.
Things have gotten worse for Cincinnati's poor, black residents. Will we come together to help?
The new executive director of The Women's Fund knows the key to addressing our region's childhood poverty crisis. Are you willing to help?
Warning: The images with this story could be considered distractingly adorable.
I don't want to see anyone get shot. Too many of our neighbors don't have that option.
Trontez Mahaffey hasn't had it easy. But he wants to share his story to show how far he has come — and how far others can come, too.
SCORE Cincinnati is trying to attract more women and minority business clients and mentors.
Donna and Michelle Bush had different reasons for taking part in a Greater Cincinnati Urban League workforce development program. But they…
Jenniffer Johnson wanted to take her life in a new direction but couldn't do it alone. Ann's House was there to help her.
If you have been following the story about the fatal shooting of Sam DuBose, you have probably made up your mind about the former officer who…
These three friends decided in May that they wanted to build a business. In a matter of weeks, they have done just that.
A federal highway program designed to help minorities awards more than half its Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana contracts to companies owned by…
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