Eric Dean was 16 last May when police say he shot and killed a 23-year-old man who was a passenger in a “bootleg” cab.
The former Dennison Hotel's owner and historic preservation advocates will wait a little longer before they know whether it can be demolished.
Independence resident receives the NKU Part-time Faculty Excellence in Instruction Award.
John Mongelluzzo was just named new board president of Stepping Stones.
An NKU professor had two sexual harassment complaints and an admitted affair, yet kept teaching last year.
A motorcycle crash discovered early Thursday has resulted in a road closure for almost four hours.
Christopher Smitherman isn't ready to call himself a Republican, but the Councilman keeps taking steps toward the GOP.
An Adams County inmate was helicoptered into University of Cincinnati Medical center Tuesday night.
A man suspected of robbing a Madisonville Fifth Third location was shot by an off-duty police officer Wednesday before being found dead in nearby woods.
Dozens of community members met the second finalist for the top cop's job on Tuesday.
A body discovered six days ago in Metamora, Indiana has now been confirmed as a Cincinnati woman reported missing for weeks, according to Cincinnati police.
Who decided how to spend the Blue Ash money?
COLUMBUS - Mike DeWine, the state attorney general and a former U.S. senator, confirmed Thursday what political prognosticators have reported for months: He’s running for governor.
Terry Frost, father of slain bamk robbery suspect speaks out at District 1
Mayor John Cranley said he won't let cuts stand that could affect Cincinnati's most vulnerable residents.
Police responding to a report of a shooting found a 31-year-old man dead in the hallway of a Pendleton apartment building Wednesday night.
Cincinnati Transportation and Engineering Director Michael Moore told Council earlier this week his department is working on improvements to part of the Central Parkway protected bike lane.
Several constitutions have an "exception" to their provisions outlawing slavery, Ohio Democrats say, calling for a change
Butler County police seize nearly a pound of meth from two suspects in Hamilton county.
Milford High School Class of 2016, you have a horizon of endless possibilities before you.
Cincinnati Children's sees an influx of babies, children with hepatitis C - a symptom of heroin's grip
The bank robbery suspect shot dead by an off-duty Cincinnati police officer entered the bank with a gun obscured by a grocery bag, leapt over a service counter and appears to have attempted to shoot the officer before he was killed, Cincinnati Polic
Proposed legislation, headed to Gov. John Kasich, would provide immunity to "Good Samaritans" who call 911 when their friends overdose on drugs – for the first two times.
COLUMBUS — Ohio is making it easier for people to buy guns.
The relationship between shopping centers and their tenants is among the top storylines to watch in the retail sector
COLUMBUS, Ohio — A medical marijuana legalization bill has been sent to Ohio Gov. John Kasich in an effort by state lawmakers to offset support for a proposed fall ballot measure.
Experts say two are really better than one when it comes to an exercise routine.
Mayor says auditors giving those involved chance to defend selves regarding 'major issues'
COLUMBUS - Republican Ohio Gov. John Kasich lamented "the stupidity of politics" at his first public appearance since suspending his 2016 presidential campaign.
An open letter to Symmes Township Trustees about the Property Maintenance Code.