A revised plan for the future of the Metropolitan Sewer District, released Friday night, has more specifics about transparency, ethics and…
The former sheriff’s major claims she was discriminated against because she's a lesbian.
Cincinnati is dumping its 911 system vendor after at least a year of problems
Cincinnati is getting a new tool police hope will help them track gunfire.
Just a day after he announced he wouldn't help update the city's landmark Collaborative Agreement, the president of Cincinnati's…
They say it will save ratepayers at least $5 million every year.
The City of Cincinnati is no longer participating in the 29-year-old ReLeaf tree-planting program, but another organization Taking Root, has…
Activists and even a Hamilton County judge say Ohio should expand its jury pool list beyond voter registration.
Firefighters sometimes find themselves in a radio "dead zone" around Cincinnati. So how can they call for help?
Given the county's past experiences with stadium projects and the prospect of an FC Cincinnati stadium in the near future, it's a…
A debate over $350,000 in nonprofit funding ended with a compromise Wednesday.
A majority of voters would be perfectly fine with a $1 toll to improve the Brent Spence Bridge.
An overwhelming majority of people in Greater Cincinnati want better public transportation. But far fewer are willing to pay more for it.
In the early '90s, Bengals owner Mike Brown negotiated for a stadium that will cost Hamilton County residents more than $1 billion by 2026.
Just how far can you stretch a dollar? In Middletown, Ohio, you could buy a building.
A $3 billion upgrade to the Metropolitan Sewer District system is underway, but it won't prevent all basement flooding during…
A Cincinnati City Council committee voted unanimously Tuesday to allow medical marijuana to be grown in the city.
A man without a country has found a home in the Butler County Jail, at taxpayers' expense.
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