Fifteen police officers found themselves back in the classroom Tuesday night, with their books open and pencils in hand. They have plenty of knowledge in fighting crime and ensuring safety, but the department thinks they could learn a thing or two about speaking Spanish.
The Hoosier Hills Literacy League is a nonprofit organization founded in 1984 in response to low literacy rates in Southeast Indiana.
Rifles: Check. Uniforms: Check. A life mask of President Lincoln: Check. There's one place in the Tri-State where history buffs can get a unique Civil War fix.
In part three of our "Millennial Mind" series, we check in with Cody Crothers, better known as "Beechmont's Dancing Man." Crothers credits parental support instead of "hovering" for inspiration.
University of Cincinnati has hired a team of five "ambassadors" to patrol the Short Vine and U Square districts near campus as part of an ongoing effort to reduce crime in the area.
Miami University’s Beta Theta Pi Fraternity closed its founding Alpha chapter Friday after an investigation into alcohol abuse, a pattern of misconduct and hazing.
The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden held the third annual Sustainable Urban Landscapes Symposium Thursday with state and local experts discussing the specifics of how to garden around the center of a metropolitan city.
It's an ambitious idea: Provide anti-bullying books to a library in every state capital. One local man is seeking support to make it happen. And, a Cincinnati choir needs help getting to an international competition in Italy.
Cincinnati Cooks is a free training program, made possible through catering jobs for weddings, corporate events and dinner parties. It also gives students a chance to earn money while attending the cooking school.
A new special state audit has found more illicit spending by two former officials of the Cincinnati College Preparatory Academy downtown, according to state auditor Dave Yost.
It's been a long, hard winter. And now, the roads seem to be rebelling--breaking out in potholes seemingly overnight.
A bill was passed Wednesday by the House Education Committee that would shorten the school year for Kentucky students, allowing districts to make more choices in planning.
A visiting professor of anthropology at Miami University is using 3-D scanning and printing technology to create replicas of ancient artifacts, including two that were stolen from the department last June.
One lawmaker fears that because Ohio education exams will no longer test for knowledge of world history and culture, high schools may start cut those courses.
Death threats and satanic symbols at a local Catholic school have parents upset, but the police response has them up in arms.
Amid the national search for how to schools safe, a Cincinnati dog trainer is convinced it will take man’s best friend to stop his worst enemy.
While man Tri-State children competed to win a seat at the Scripps National Spelling Bee Saturday, 9 On Your Side's Kansas City sister station's bee can only be described as epic.
More than 120 of the top spellers across the Tri-State took center stage Saturday at the 9 On Your Side Regional Spelling Bee competitions.
The WCPO 9 On Your Side Regional Spelling Bee is underway and we want to put you to the test to see if you could bee a winner.
The often forgot about centerpiece of the event, the pronouncer must get everything right for the youngsters in the Regional Spelling Bee. But, how does she do it?
Bob is highlighting what's working and what needs fixing from preschools to doctoral programs. A Cincinnati native, Bob was previously a regular contributor to the New York Times and was a staff reporter on many beats through 10 years at the Cincinnati Post and Kentucky Post newspapers.