Teen killed in wreck on EB I-275 ID'd
A 16-year-old male killed in a single-vehicle accident on eastbound Interstate 275 near Kellogg Avenue was a sophomore at Amelia High School.
Behind-the-scenes: OTR buildings rebirth
A Deutsche Bank analyst says Kroger could lose market share leadership in three cities if Cerberus Capital Management completes its announced acquisition of the Safeway grocery chain.
Activists describe what it's like to engage the Ivory Empire in a public relations battle.
Less than three years after moving from Cincinnati, Chiquita is merging with Fyffes of Ireland and moving its headquarters from Charlotte to Dublin, a more tax-efficient corporate base.
Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg has reclaimed its top spot as the largest revenue producer in the Cincinnati area, beating Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati by $78,000.
Hamilton County deputies aren’t being allowed to use a device that could make the jail safer for inmates and officers.
A Tennessee man wanted on murder charges is on the loose in the Tri-State after officers say he ran off during a traffic stop.
A wrap-up of local stories happening on March 10, 2014.
A woman was shot in her knee while sitting outside on her Avondale balcony Friday night.
A local Marine is dead after police say he was shot in the head by a fellow Marine in California on March 2.
From integrating Coney Island in the 1960s to becoming the first black woman elected to City Council in the 1980s, Marian Spencer never backs away from a challenge.
Tampa was among the finalists in two other years before finally winning the Republican National Committee's convention in 2012.
The newly elected mayor also dreams of a bustling downtown and building on the town's reputation as a great place to live.
Cincinnati City Council has voted to buy new parking meters and set various conditions on any parking deal, including local control.
Under a proposed deal, the Port Authority would issue bonds to pay for meter upgrades, but City Hall keeps control.
Casino owners promised that Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati would strive to work with companies owned by women and minorities. Local business owners say the casino has made good on that promise.
A small corner of the social media giant Twitter is providing users insight into life for black Americans as it provides an unabashedly black spin on life in 140-character installments.
When you travel, airport security agents may pat you down, inspect your deodorant and scan your body from head to toe. But there's a good chance that no one's checking whether you're using someone's lost or stolen passport.
It's been four years since Food Network paid Buschle a visit, catapulting his eatery onto the national stage in just six minutes of air time.
The congregants of Temple Sholom have formed a wide range of community partnerships, including a collaboration with Elementz Hip Hop in Over-the-Rhine.
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Get photos, videos and the latest coverage on the 'Greenpeace Nine' who protested at Procter & Gamble's towers.
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Check up on your spelling after the Scripps Regional Spelling Bee crowned local winners headed to Washington.