Alfred Goshorn, one of the Seven Barons of Clifton, helped influence Cincinnati business, baseball and community.
In an abandoned tunnel built by a long-forgotten local railroad, a locomotive may have laid buried for more than 160 years.
Cincinnatians have influenced how America lives, works and plays. Here's a Top 9 list of locals you should know.
Jimmie Dodd's career was still going strong in 1964, when he died suddenly, but he'll be forever remembered as the heart of the…
Architect Leonard Willeke is better remembered in Detroit than his native Cincinnati, despite creating noteworthy local projects.
Cincinnatian Charlie Grant was one train ride away from becoming the first African-American to play major league baseball 115 years…
When its founders broke ground on June 15, 1970, Kings Island didn’t have a name. It was just an idea. But that idea would soon blossom…
Cincinnati Judge William Martin Dickson and President Abraham Lincoln will be connected forever.
If the story of a local teen allegedly trying to kill his parents in their home this week sounds familiar, you might be thinking of Clay Shrout.
In 1835, an English-born watchmaker, silversmith and showman named Richard Clayton became the first person to see Cincinnati from the air.