Meet some of the people who are working hard to make our community a better place to live, work and play.
When Mary Caldwell takes the elevator in her apartment tower, she sometimes sees bedbugs crawling on the residents riding with her.
Here’s a novel idea to eliminate poverty: Get rich people to help.
Tessa Bowling and Zander Hughes never thought of themselves as homeless.
Al Riddick became debt-free nearly 10 years ago and had $1 million in savings before he was 40.
A local nonprofit is focused on literacy as the key to helping lift kids out of poverty.
The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati aims to unlock the power of different faiths working together for the good of our region.
In the years since Kilee nearly died in an explosion, she has become a leading hospital fundraiser.
Kids' brains develop more in their first five years than at any other time. So getting it right in the early years is important.
For people living in poverty, public transit often isn't enough.
Life has changed dramatically for 23-year-old Elliot Feltner since the crash that nearly killed him. He has learned 'things move…
Just when Earl Starr thought his building code nightmare was over, he was told he owes nearly $900 in court fines and fees.