Study: ODOT guilty of 'passive discrimination'A new study found that companies owned by blacks and Hispanics haven't gotten their fair share of federally funded ODOT contracts.
These local kids are blowing away film criticsA fifth grader at Winton Woods Intermediate School and a West End dance team are stars of a feature film.
Meet the man behind the Union Terminal makeoverA series of coincidences led to Madeira native Nick Cates becoming the architect for Union Terminal's renovation.
Chef Paul Weckman's tacos pack a punchPaul Weckman owns and operates two popular restaurants in Covington: Frida 602 and Otto’s. He and his chef de cuisine, Pat Burns, show us how they prepare a menu favorite: roasted chicken tacos.
Fifty West expansion to open this weekendFifty West will open their Production Works to the public this weekend, with an expanded taproom, additional beers on tap, and a slew of outdoor activities planned.
New life for 10 old Over-the-Rhine propertiesAn out-of-town developer has made enough repairs to keep control of its holdings in the historic neighborhood.
Nonprofit garden school ripe for expansionA month after a funding shortage threatened to shut it down, Granny’s Garden School is still in session. But the Loveland nonprofit needs plenty more to keep teaching kids about gardening and nature.
Heroin addicts say why they use in front of kidsBritney Dill, a recovering heroin addict, finds out a revealing detail about her addiction from her young daughters.
These students save money to save animalsStudents at St. Gabriel Consolidated School learned that by conserving money, they could help the Cincinnati Zoo's conservation efforts.
'UC gave me an opportunity to have a life'Anjani Lahane and Karishma Randhave were born and raised in two different poverty-stricken villages in India.
Bite into our list of Tri-State's BEST burgersHere are our picks for the best burgers in the Tri-State.
Deaf couple lived life to fullest, friend says
Wayne and Joan Flammer, who died in their home from carbon monoxide poisoning, inspired others.
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Do Ohio delegates' votes really matter anymore?
The 66 Ohio delegates Kasich earned will still be required to vote for Kasich, who announced Wednesday he was suspending his campaign, at the…
Duke wins in moving utilities for streetcar
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that the city must repay Duke Energy for costs associated with relocating utilities along the streetcar route.
Campbell Co. one step closer to needle exchange
Following other Northern Kentucky counties' lead, the Campbell County Fiscal Court voted to approve its own needle exchange program.
Should Kasich pay back campaign security costs?
Politifact estimates the Kasich campaign spent upwards of $350,000 in taxpayer dollars on security during his bid for the GOP…
Ultimate Air Shuttle leaving CVG
The charter carrier is consolidating its Cincinnati operations and will move all its flights to Lunken Airport.
Cork & Cap is Hyde Park's new spot to sip, eat
Cork & Cap, a new wine bar and restaurant on Hyde Park Square, adds a casual and comfortable place for residents to walk for a sip and a nibble.
Scripps can thank Trump for great first quarter
Donald Trump and Time Warner Cable helped E.W. Scripps Co. exceed analyst expectations in its fiscal first quarter, causing Scripps shares to…
How Blue Ash is wooing companies
The Business Backer didn’t want to leave the city it has called home for more than nine years, but rapid growth nearly forced the…