A long-simmering dispute between Cincinnati and Hamilton County involving billions of dollars in sewer contracts is headed to court.
It’s an imponderable that building owners confront every day in every city: How do you make a building both functional and secure?
Activists describe what it's like to engage the Ivory Empire in a public relations battle.
Mahogany's is not closing and the restaurant will not be evicted, owner Liz Rogers told WCPO on Tuesday, saying she is making payments as demanded by the landlord.
Casino owners promised that Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati would strive to work with companies owned by women and minorities. Local business owners say the casino has made good on that promise.
E.W. Scripps Co. exceeded analyst expectations with a $7.9 million profit in the fourth quarter of 2013.
What does it mean to be Cincinnati's hometown casino? The General Manager of Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati explains as the downtown property celebrates its first anniversary.
Sunny Delight Beverages Co. has signed a licensing deal to enable a carbonated version of the fruit drink by this summer.
White death, as it's called, is an inconvenient reality.
This week, Kevin Osborne interviews U.S. Sen Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio).
The city's deficit for Fiscal Year 2015 has increased to $22 million, up from $18.5 million predicted just a few months ago.
University of Cincinnati has hired a team of five "ambassadors" to patrol the Short Vine and U Square districts near campus as part of an ongoing effort to reduce crime in the area.
Will President Barack Obama be remembered for enacting an initiative aimed at getting young minority men on the margin to take control of their lives?
Researchers are working to build an observatory to monitor the region's most important source of groundwater.
Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati attracted 4.8 million visitors in its first year and positively impacted local hotels, restaurants and charities, the casino said Monday.
Banks developer says condos, 'first-rate' hotel and office space are still in the works for next phases of the riverfront development.
The original vision for the Banks project was a mixture of office, retail, hotel and housing. After six and a half years, why are there only apartments, restaurants and bars?
When it comes to overtime and salt, most area municipalities are running low. Take a look at the cost of both in several area communities.
By any definition, Amanda Carter has had a tough life. In and out of foster care, teen mom two times over, living on her own since she was 15. But she was determined to make a better life for her daughters. Her boss gave her the opportunity to do it.
A local woman who has spent decades preserving a piece of black history in the heart of a predominately white Warren County village is trying to revive community interest in the struggling landmark today