1K people attended Duke's last open house but Wednesday's panel discussion will only seat 300.
COLUMBUS - Sen. Rob Portman snatched another key union endorsement from former Gov. Ted Strickland: the Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio.
Nine kids, eight days, more than 500 miles and bound for Niagara Falls, inner-city teens test their mettle.
A large fight broke out again as patrons exited the Plush Night Club at 2:30 a.m. Officers from several neighboring communities responded to assist our officers in dealing with the large crowd.
Actress Ashley Judd sat with Ohio delegates Monday night at the Democratic National Convention.
The Downtown Cincinnati-based insurer plans to report a $65M charge after restructuring of United Kingdom-based business
Boone schools open Aug. 17, Walton-Verona start Aug. 11.
Hamilton County plan to refinance bonds could save more than $65 million over next two decades
A Newtown home police were investigating for suspected drug activities was burglarized early Sunday morning, police said.
Boone County Business Association is hosting its 16th annual golf outing on Aug. 5.
In 1979, Melvin L. Henze, a Cincinnati police officer and Vietnam veteran, died in a "hail of bullets" at just 28 years old.
Annual march through Owensville kicks off fair week
Company officials wouldn't comment beyond the statement; the ex counsel couldn't be immediately located for comment.
"Bernie for President" signs pop up in the crowd Monday night. Was that supposed to happen?
“I need the world to know we are not like they are,” U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge told Ohio Democrats, speaking of Republicans
Pipefitters and bricklayers will recover a total of $147,000 in back wages and benefits following an investigation.
COLUMBUS - Less than a week after departing Cleveland, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will return to the Buckeye State for a campaign event.
22-year-old Dominique Brooks died Saturday in a Madeira nursing home, the Hamilton County Coroner reported, more than six months after he was shot in a hail of gunfire that killed the man sitting next to him.
Who scheduled the better event speakers for the Ohio delegations at the Republican and Democratic conventions?
Cobbler, brown sugar bourbon marinade for steak and grilled eggplant make a great meal.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, a Democratic National Convention delegate, touted the strength of Ohio cities during a speech to his fellow delegates, saying "We can’t wait for Washington.We in Cincincinnati are taking that to hear.
COLUMBUS - Sen. Bernie Sanders supporters were furious after WikiLeaks released emails from Democratic officials that showed some favored challenger Hillary Clinton.
Brittany Luginbuhl looks fine, but TBI is an invisible injury that can’t be seen by the naked eye.
Piada Italian Street Food is coming to Mall Road on Aug. 17.
Police are working to determine if a man was struck by bullets or shrapnel and debris during a shooting in Paddock Hills Monday, officials said.
COLUMBUS - The Ohio Conference of Teamsters union endorsed Republican Sen. Rob Portman over former Gov. Ted Strickland, a Democrat who had won its support in previous elections.
Corey Foister, of Fairfield, pulled out of the race on Monday. He lost a special election last month.
Jerry Springer is scheduled to join Cincinnati.com for a Facebook live interview tonight from Philadelphia.
On Friday, July 15, 2016, deputies from the Deerfield Township Post of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office responded to an address in the Stone Bridge Apartment Complex for a report of a man attempting to have sexual contact with several children.
The attorney representing Xavier University senior guard Myles Davis entered a written plea of not guilty on his behalf Monday in connection with the criminal damaging case involving Davis's former girlfriend, according to court officials.