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Alfredo Simon accused of sexual assault, sued
A New Jersey woman claims Alfredo Simon, who plays for the Cincinnati Reds, sexually assaulted her in Washington, D.C. last spring.
Rain and storms for the morning commute
Local startup Sirrus announced a new CEO and rebranding strategy in recent months. The moves left its founder looking for work.
Covington City Commissioner Steve Frank wonders if Duke's property interests could be influencing the company's advocacy for the $2.6B Brent Spence Bridge.
Procter & Gamble Co.'s fiscal third-quarter net income rose 2 percent, bolstered by some lower expenses and a reduced tax rate.
Procter & Gamble's accidental discovery sparks water purification system that has cleaned seven billion liters of water worldwide -- or one liter for every person on the planet.
Police have identified two known gangsters and seized drugs and guns in a mid-afternoon raid at a Northside candy store and barbershop Thursday
A sleeping Northside man woke up after being shot early Thursday.
A trial date is expected to be set for a southwestern Ohio lawmaker charged with fraud and theft for allegedly misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain.
A courtroom brawl sparked a mistrial for a man facing murder charges in October 2013 and a new trial is underway.
A wrap-up of local stories happening Thursday, April 24, 2014.
Advocates for Cincinnati Public Schools have been telling all who will listen that their development of Community Learning Centers are an innovation that's outpacing school districts throughout the country.
Black community members from across Cincinnati teamed together at Wednesday's City Council meeting against Councilman Chris Smitherman, holding signs reading "I'm your boss, SMITHERMAN!"
Several Cincinnati city council members said Wednesday they felt blindsided by Mayor John Cranley’s move to freeze an approved bike path project.
WCPO reporter Jessica Noll covers the debate between Boone County judge executive candidates Gary Moore and J. Kyle Sweeney.
A group of Cincinnati area officials and business leaders are coming together Wednesday to support a statewide project.
A liver. For him. Finally. A groggy Don Van Zant glanced at the clock when he picked up the phone Oct. 10, 2012. His life was saved as others endured tragedy. Now, Van Zant feels a kinship to the family Drew Mason left behind.
To prevent childhood obesity and promote health, Dr. Chris Boling, a pediatrician with Pediatric Associates of Northern Kentucky, offers what he calls “healthy numbers for healthy families.”
Pope John XXIII left his imprint on humanity and the Catholic Church he led for fewer than five years, helping propel him to sainthood on Sunday. Here are some highlights, in deeds and words.
Cincinnati fashionistas and fashion industry leaders from around the country will line the runway to take in DAAPworks Annual Fashion Show on Friday, April 25. Here's what you'll need to know to take in the big show.
The debate over a new downtown bike path took a turn Tuesday evening when Vice Mayor David Mann offered a compromise to keep the future path in the city's plans.
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WCPO 9 On Your Side introduced viewers to the latest newscast presentation technology Friday with a new multi-purpose studio set.