Higher tuition and less vacation at UC next year
Looking to keep its fiscal house in order, University of Cincinnati is hiking tuition by 2 percent across the board while cutting vacation for non-union employees.
Freeze Warning this morning, cool sunshine today
When it comes to jeans, many guys may think it's a matter of the more the merrier. Now Cincinnati's Noble Denim is betting men will take the "less is more" approach: opting for a few pairs of custom-made jeans, for a price.
While LOC Card has yet to hit it big in its own Tri-State backyard, the company has high hopes based on early consumer research and success in another region of the country.
The Cincinnati startup's signature product PillBox helps people remember to take their medications according to doctor's orders.
The Easy-Bake Oven? UNO? Cincinnati has a serious history in toys and games. Now a local group is using Linkedin to build on this heritage.
A Westwood man was arrested Monday and charged in the rape of a 6-year-old.
This time of year, high school seniors are deciding where to go to college. For many young women and their parents, the issue of campus safety may be as important as any number of other criteria.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley says he's making good on his promise to add more cops to the streets.
A Northern Kentucky man charged with 15 counts of animal cruelty and 49 counts of failing to dispose of carcasses after officers found 49 dead horses on his Pendleton County farm pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday.
A jury reached a verdict of guilty Tuesday afternoon in the trial of an East Price Hill man charged with the 2012 stabbing deaths of a mother and her daughter.
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.
The two Ohio cities still in contention to host the 2016 Republican National Convention will be visited in late April by party staff or members of a selection committee.
Mahogany's on the Banks met its Friday deadline for curing its default with its landlord and avoided eviction.
House Speaker John Boehner is spending $125,000 on television ads in his Ohio district to fend off three fellow Republicans in the primary.
Cincinnati is one of six cities picked to move forward with its bid to host the 2016 Republican National Convention.
Before we can help the Tri-State's thousands of poor mothers and their children, we will need to find common ground across our political divides.
What does it take to prep for your first 5k? A little bit of fitness, a little bit of encouragement and a little bit of... online safety. We take you into Mt. Auburn International Academy's cafeteria for a glimpse at the Girls on the Run training program ahead of the May 10, 2014 5k run/walk.
Almost two years after her first admission test, six months of drill school and nine weeks on the job, probationary firefighter Keshia Terry of Engine 12 is still waiting to fight her first fire.
Chances are there are five ingredients you probably have right now to get your blintzes started. Read on for a how-to video and more details to add a bit of blintz bliss to your Easter Sunday.
A local girl's haunting story should serve as a wake-up call about the vulnerability poor young girls, in our city and in our society.
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Get photos, videos and the latest coverage on the 'Greenpeace Nine' who protested at Procter & Gamble's towers.