Law enforcement officials say they sometimes feel like they just can’t win in the fight against data hackers.
Agreeing only to speak in shadow, the man talking to WCPO doesn't want you to know his name or see his face.
Police and fire charities raise millions of dollars in the Tri-State every year. But in many cases, only a single dime of each dollar raised goes to help actual officers and firefighters.
Every day, Officer Richard Frey works to uphold the law. But he's no stranger to breaking it: The court service officer has been caught stealing multiple times. WATCH VIDEO INSIDE
The parents of slain Brown County mother Brittany Stykes ended a custody lawsuit for their infant granddaughter Tuesday.
Suspended Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter pleaded not guilty Friday to nine felony charges that include allegations she backdated documents and misused a county credit card.
Suspended Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter was hit with an additional felony charge Tuesday, just days after she was indicted on eight counts of criminal activity by a grand jury.
In an email sent to the entire Hamilton County Juvenile Court staff Friday, suspended judge Tracie Hunter said the county “was not ready for its first African-American Democrat judge.”
A lawyer for the Latonia man accused of shooting at police officers during a 19-hour standoff last month said his client suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder and felt threatened.
A former Brown County Adult Detention Center employee is facing sexual battery charges after accusations he had sexual relations with inmates at the jail.
Just four months after their daughter's shooting death, Mary and David Dodson are facing another emotional battle: They are suing their son-in-law.
The former director of a now defunct narcotics task force in Northern Kentucky pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges he stole public funds.
The Brown County Sheriff’s Office could be facing a federal lawsuit after accusations that deputies killed an inmate and covered up his death.
According to the FBI, there is a disturbing rise in the number of “active shooter” incidents across America.
Sen. Sherrod Brown spoke with WCPO’s Brendan Keefe Thursday about the Farm Bill and why Cincinnatians need to pay attention.
Brown County's coroner says a key piece of video evidence taken moments before an inmate's death was deleted by the county jail.
The former director of a now defunct narcotics task force in Northern Kentucky has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of theft of public funds.
38-time Emmy winner Brendan Keefe was named Best Reporter by the Ohio Associated Press in 2011, and Best Photographer in 2012 and 2013. He serves as Anchor and Chief Investigator for 9 On Your Side.
Jason Law joined 9 On Your Side in January 2013 as a investigative reporter with the I-Team.