Forced out amid a prostitution scandal, Sharonville's former fire chief isn't really gone yet.
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Results from Greater Cincinnati Water Works show that many of Cincinnati's public schools tested positive for some amount of lead, but…
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A major artery cutting through Cincinnati is also a major pipeline for dealers to traffic heroin hundreds of miles north and south.
The man behind a product that can help addicts pass drug tests had a small hand in local politics, the I-Team has uncovered.
Tami George claims her son didn't immediately relapse into heroin, but his end started with a drink.
City of Cincinnati Public Services is out $120,000 after someone stole multiple pieces of equipment from a storage facility late last month.
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