The Walker family was struggling last year. Now, they're trying to help others and raise awareness for sickle cell disease.
The Greater Cincinnati Urban League is expanding a successful training program with money from the Ohio Department of Transportation.
There's a slice of Over-the-Rhine where 387 kids live, and all but a handful are poor based on federal poverty measures.
The movie "Poverty, Inc." raises tough questions about whether well-intentioned programs to help the poor have actually caused harm.
Thousands of families in Hamilton County are on waiting lists for quality housing with rents that won't break the bank.
On Sept. 18, 1875, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden opened its gates to the public. The zoo has come a long way since its visitors…
ProKids needs more than a few good men to advocate for Hamilton County children who have been abused and neglected.
WCPO heard from scores of grandparents with heartbreaking stories about raising their grandkids.
There aren't many technology companies with black founders that have attracted venture capital across the country. But Cincinnati has two…
A new program hopes to leverage the power of the barbershop into a love of reading among young, black boys.
Unsafe sleeping conditions top the causes of infant deaths in Hamilton County.
Cradle Cincinnati has a new strategy for reducing infant mortality, and it should matter to all of us.