Stopping short of declaring a public health emergency, police officials told City Council that homicides and heroin are the two leading criminal causes of death in the city.
A local girl's haunting story should serve as a wake-up call about the vulnerability poor young girls, in our city and in our society.
A group of University of Cincinnati architecture students built a full-scale prototype of a new kind of disaster relief shelter they hope will catch the eye of funders.
A fitness center operator is expanding at Forest Fair Village in what could be the first step toward a mixed-use revival of the region's largest retail center.
Icy Williams spent years advising minority and women business owners as the leader of Procter & Gamble's supplier diversity efforts. Now she's on the other side of those conversations.
The University of Cincinnati is accepting applications for a 'consensus builder' as its next chief.
Black-n-Bluegrass Roller Girls hit the floor for their seventh season opener Saturday. But this roller girl isn't who you might expect.
Lakota students and faculty are starting to see big changes since voters passed a school tax levy five months ago.
The schools to prison pipeline is a term educators use to describe the link between schools suspending and prosecuting students who end up in prison as a result.
General Electric Co. will bring its payroll and other company functions to a single site in Cincinnati, which will employ at least 1,400 people within three years.
A NKU professor will bring a deeper knowledge of "Moby-Dick" to his students after taking a voyage tracing the novel's voyage along the East Coast.
Advocates for Cincinnati Public Schools have been telling all who will listen that their development of Community Learning Centers are an innovation that's outpacing school districts throughout the country.
Just a couple years ago, Rockwern Academy was on the brink of financial ruin. Now the school is growing again with support from parents, alumni and the local Jewish community.
Procter & Gamble Co. is selling most of its pet care business to Mars Inc. for $2.9 billion in cash, a move many have expected as P&G places increasing emphasis on its largest, most profitable brands.
The state was scheduled to resume SoMoLend founder Candace Klein's administrative hearing in Columbus April 8 until it was delayed yet again. The nation's crowdfunding industry will be watching to see the outcome.
It was just one call. Just one question. But what a difference a few words made in the local coverage of the Pete Rose story 25 years ago.
Procter & Gamble Co. announced new sustainability goals Tuesday for no deforestation in its palm oil supply chain. The move comes 35 days after Greenpeace shocked the company with a well-orchestrated protest at its global headquarters.
A nice line to end the evening broadcast about Pete Rose's big win at Turfway 25 years ago touched off a series of historic events.