A surge this past week in opioid overdoses in Hamilton County spilled into even more during the week. What should be done, right now?
The money will go toward achieving the organization's Bold Goals and helping move children and families out of poverty.
Cincinnati Country Day School students begin a new school year.
For the second time in a matter of days, it appears Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden director Thane Maynard's Twitter account was hacked.
Pierce Trustees in negotiations with Duke Energy for land promised in a 1980s agreement.
He is a frightened man, too frightened to pilot any of his beautiful aircraft.
They directed their attacks to Blacks, Jews and Catholics.
Open to everyone, entries must have ‘Winter in Montgomery’ theme
The principle is that it is not the total dollars you make but what those dollars will buy.
KLiCWow in Clermont works to provide all county 3- and 4-year-olds with tablets, WowPouch
If you have lost count by now, don’t worry -- the nice folks at Wesleyan Media Project have counted up all the political ads aired in Ohio and other key states since January 2015.
Samantha Frashier figured it was a long shot when she wrote to President Obama last month.
A 36-year-old Lockland man facing multiple rape charges impregnated a girl who is now 14 years old, according to court documents.
Lang Thang Group's plan to open Genius cafe and bar can move forward in Over-the-Rhine after a city panel's vote.
Trump message resonates with former KKK leader David Duke and the neo-nazi The Daily Stormer.
Often these de ja vu moments are memorable lessons in human connectivity.
Oak Hills High School’s Ione Holt Auditorium received a $2.5 million renovation
Studies show little correlation between spending, results
This story originally ran June 24, 2013.
Mattress Firm is being built between McDonald’s and the south Interstate 71 ramp.
Mayor John Cranley called Councilman Wendell Young’s decision to call meeting about city manager's future “political."
The National Weather Service is forecasting storms to move east into the Tristate area for Wednesday evening.
Madeira city-owned properties leased but still being discussed by city council
Plans to move from the main campus to the Downtown riverfront appear to be in doubt, The Enquirer has learned.
Elder alumnus picked to be school’s new assistant principal, dean of students
Karen Bare approved as interim principal at Indian Hill with departure of Antonio Shelton
Event features unmodified automobiles and trucks manufactured from 1900 to 1949
The McCoy parking area is going to be renamed to honor a long-time public servant
Cory Lippmeier was drunk, nearly three times the legal limit, when he killed the driver of another car in a crash.
Professor Ken Katkin of the Chase College of Law will speak Sept. 4.