Cincinnati should have enough money in reserves to cover a multimillion-dollar deficit for the region's largest bus system.
Hamilton County Commissioner Denise Driehaus, a Democrat, testified this week before the Ohio House of Representatives Finance Committee,…
The region's largest transit agency warns it might have to cut service and raise fares if the city of Cincinnati won't free up money…
Nearly half of the people who went to Grant County's needle exchange program last year visited more than once.
If Cincinnati's considered a "sanctuary city," it hasn't really caught the attention of the federal government.
The city of Hamilton is using a federal grant through the National Creative Placemaking Immersion Program to drive community development…
A challenger in Cincinnati's mayoral race is taking aim at incumbent Mayor John Cranley after an I-Team investigation into how a local…
"Claims of savings by the monitor are nonsense," MSD Director Gerald Checco told city council members Tuesday.
Bellevue is reshaping its future with an emphasis on walkability as well as development projects that fit the community -- now and into the future.
Hamilton County's sewer district has too many IT employees and should outsource some customer service jobs, according to a state audit…
Most city departments are being asked to find 10 percent cuts, according to City Manager Harry Black.
Kentucky's Pause 50 program, which halted all state-funded road projects, isn't having a big impact on Boone County.
New maps show 12 major access points for the 4.1-mile spine of Wasson Way, as well as with two paths along a long section of the route.
Surveyors worked at a feverish pitch Monday to plot the path of a retaining wall in Cincinnati's East End.
Six months after Cincinnati police began equipping officers with body-worn cameras, most are still skeptical.
Cincinnati's new contracting policies resulted in dramatic increases in the government contracts awarded to women- and black-owned businesses.
President Donald Trump's administration reiterated its clear-cut threat to withhold federal funding from so-called "sanctuary…
This small Butler County village must repay $3 million to drivers ticketed by old stand-alone speed cameras, a judge ruled Wednesday.
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