Crews plan to install the final piece of rail track for the Cincinnati streetcar on Friday.
More often than not, the Ohio Supreme Court rules against people requesting public records from government officials.
As the Park Board asks for more taxpayer money, it must be transparent about how it is handling the money it already has.
Another candidate announced Tuesday he is planning to run for Ohio's 8th congressional district.
Membership in GCDA is not required.
Emergency crews responded Tuesday morning to Covington's waterfront on the Ohio River for a reported drowning.
A local group has a gripe with a newly announced grant for Ohio charter schools – they don’t want it.
Voters in New Hampshire, home to the nation's first primary, famously undecided until final days before the election.
These two are suspects in a burglary committed on 08-13-2015 and several others throughout the Price Hill area.
Cincinnati Police arrested a naked man with a knife who is accused of attacking cars and injuring a woman in Walnut Hills Monday afternoon.
Investors asked tough questions following a difficult year for the company.
University of Cincinnati President Santa Ono made a list of the 20 Most Interesting College Presidents in the nation.
Event will feature live musical performances, tastings, contests and more
COLUMBUS — A former Army officer who served time in prison after repeatedly trying to meet girls for sex wants to become a lawyer, a move opposed by the legal profession, according to a case that has reached the state’s highest court.
Export-Import Bank has a troubling record of corruption and subsidizing foreign businesses. It shouldn’t be reauthorized.
The first frost of the fall is nearly upon Greater Cincinnati. Some parts of the region could even see freezing temperatures on Saturday night.
A view from Oregon, in its first year of legalization, of what Issue 3 in Ohio can mean for the movement nationally
Neighboring residents and business owners aren't happy about a proposed self-storage facility on U.S. 42.
City manager warns new booking rules could hurt convention business
The state moved fast on new a highway project in Cincinnati's urban core, and that may be why the cost still is unknown.
Ken Tracy, the eighth President in the school’s history, will continue to serve in the role until October 31st.
Cincinnati's Park Board of Commissioners voted to give money to the charter amendment campaign in July.
150-plus authors to be at Books by the Banks
A Boone County high school is under fire from anti-abortion advocates – with lawyers demanding a student be allowed to display fliers they say were initially rejected by school officials.
The poll, done for WKYC in Cleveland, finds majorities for Issues 2 and 3, but they'll probably dwindle on election day
After turning down five offers, British-based brewer SABMiller accepted in principle an improved takeover bid worth 69 billion pounds.
A man was shot in the face, but is expected to survive, after a confrontation in Roselawn late Monday, police said.
A short documentary produced by an Enquirer photojournalist was awarded the Dayton LGBT Film Festival's "Audience Award - Best Short Film" this weekend.
Supporter Brewster Rhoads and anti-levy spokesman Don Mooney repeatedly clash over who has a say in projects.
Macy's has cut a deal to sell the top four floors of its downtown Seattle building to a private investment group for $65 million.