Moeller's "Gold Team" plays a vital role in practice and games as the Crusaders continue their memorable basketball season in Columbus this weekend.
Watch footage in the video player alongside park officials, engineers, technicians and construction workers standing by as the 24-passenger train makes its way through the first drop of the 3,245 feet of track.
Friday night will be an all-GCL South regional final at the Nutter Center.
It's almost that time: time for Kings Island to open for the 2017 season.
The Cincinnati area is guaranteed to have a team in the state semifinals for a fourth consecutive season.
The Associated Press Southwest District boys and girls basketball teams have been announced for the 2016-17 season.
Pro Football Hall of Famer and Bengals great Anthony Munoz discusses his recognition of high school linemen for the past 16 years, playing high school sports in California and how he supported his children in their respective sports.
Mason softball standout Elle Buffenbarger received a great deal of support from her teammates and opposing teams after having surgery Feb. 20 to remove a mass on her thyroid.
Kings Island plans a March 4 job fair as it seeks to fill some 4,200 seasonal positions for the 2017 season.
Mason softball coach Liann Muff and Lebanon softball coach Brian Kindell join the WCPO High School Insider Podcast.
Nine area baseball players to watch this spring as Ohio teams prepare to open the season on March 25.
Moeller and Summit Country Day have opportunities to complete rare undefeated regular seasons Friday night.
Nakisa Azari, who immigrated to the United States from Iran, fought hard to secure the same privilege for her mother and father after President Donald Trump’s travel ban jeopardized their chance at joining her.
Mason baseball coach Curt Bly and Moeller baseball coach Tim Held discuss the upcoming high school baseball season on the WCPO High School Insider Podcast.
Area girls' basketball teams gear up for the start of the sectional tournament next week.
Moeller moves up to No. 20 nationally, while Summit Country Day is enjoying its best start in at least 15 years.
In the three years between the start of the second adoption process and the abrupt Tuesday closure of Independent Adoption Center, the Costellos poured countless hours and more than $12,000 into their efforts.
Lakota West and Mason are atop the Power 9 rankings but their rankings have flipped this week.
Moeller (Division I) and Summit Country Day (Division III) remain the only undefeated boys' basketball teams in Cincinnati this week.
Nakisa Azari spent two years and thousands of dollars ensuring that her parents could legally immigrate to the United States. One pen stroke turned that dream upside down.