Jim Tarbell: 'I have nothing to lose'
One month into his campaign as a write-in candidate for Hamilton County Commissioner, Jim Tarbell has one regret.
ACLU urges court to block Ohio from reducing vot
Civil rights attorneys are urging a federal appeals court to uphold expanded early voting in Ohio.
Who is Cincinnati's 'Commissioner of Fun'?
In his “State of the City” address Thursday, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley announced big plans for the Queen City. One of those…
Cranley outlines priorities, big projects ahead
In his first "State of the City" address Thursday, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley outlined a lengthily list of priority projects and…
RECAP: Cranley's State of the City address
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley delivered his State of the City speech Thursday at 6 p.m.
How city collects garbage could change
In his first State of the City address, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley on Thursday will outline projects for the year ahead – including…
Sherrod Brown: Easier to get heroin than help
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown has a plan for increasing access to treatment services for those addicted to heroin and prescription opioids.
9 facts about Obamacare's plan for small biz
Ohio will be a testing ground for the early launch of the federal government’s health insurance website for small businesses.
Tracie Hunter trial heads into second week
The trial of high-profile, controversial and suspended juvenile judge Tracie Hunter, accused of nine felonies, enters its second week Monday.…
New rules would 'kill' Mt. Adams, residents say
Homeowners in Mount Adams say they’re concerned a citywide effort will “kill the character” of their hillside neighborhood.
New city manager has big plans for big data
In the future, tracking the city of Cincinnati’s overtime pay, budget overruns or even the backlog of business permits could be…
Cranley gets flak over OTR parking fee idea
Mayor John Cranley is under fire again for streetcar-related comments after suggesting a new parking permit fee for Over-the-Rhine residents.
Kroger under fire: Moms decry open carry policy
A national gun control advocacy group recently launched a provocative ad campaign aimed at forcing Kroger to change its corporate policies.
Should mayor be able to hold council proposals?
Should Cincinnati’s mayor be able to intentionally hold back proposals from council agendas in order to thwart plans he is against?
Streetcar for weekends, special events only?
Mayor John Cranley says if streetcar supporters can't meet operating costs it might mean keeping it in the garage most of the time.
Birth control rules affect big employers here
Some of the region's largest employers are among those affected by new rules for religious nonprofits that don't want to offer birth control…
Is Price Hill poised for a renaissance?
Could Price Hill become Cincinnati’s next Mount Adams or experience a renaissance the likes of Over-the-Rhine?
Ohio to mail voters absentee ballot applications
Ohio's elections chief will soon mail absentee ballot applications to all registered voters with up-to-date addresses ahead of the fall…
Police misconduct review panel nearly cut here
In the last five years, the number of complaints received and investigated by Cincinnati's Citizen Complaint Authority have steadily…
CVG board overhaul: Is Frankfort on board?
After a scathing report from the auditor and a recommendation that would give more voting rights to Ohio, relinquishing sole voting power…
Column: Blow up the airport board, start over
Good ol' boy network should be busted apart and rebuilt.
Barrel fire binds Lower Price Hill residents
The 2004 Queen City Barrel blaze marked an important milestone in Lower Price Hill’s environmental justice efforts.
Dem underdog Sean Feeney believes he has chance
Democratic candidate Sean Feeney knows well the hurdles that stand between him and a victory against Hamilton County Commissioner…
No more limbo: City leadership to change
A leadership shakedown is in store for several top Cincinnati city departments when incoming city manager Harry Black steps on board in…