It wasn't easy for Scott and Alexia Kadish to leave Ethan behind when they went to Israel. But they got some tips on therapies that could…
A woman was staying at the James Sauls Homeless Shelter in Batavia when she got up in the middle of the night and was startled.
Hanifa Nakiryowa found her voice after surviving an acid attack in Uganda. Now she has found help for her mission here in Greater Cincinnati.
Keven Cordero was just 7 when his family moved from Puerto Rico in search of a better life, and his early years were a struggle.
The building might not be the only piece of history getting a facelift as part of Union Terminal's overhaul.
Women Helping Women is hoping a carefully designed placemat in the right Greater Cincinnati restaurants could help put a stop to violence…
This young woman spent much of high school experiencing homelessness. Now she's working at a summer camp for homeless children.
Angela Merritt knows first-hand how hard it is to be a single mom living in poverty. She formed The Women of OTR Support Group so she and…
The names of the children in this story have been changed to protect their privacy. The facts of the story are true out of respect for what…
A new study found that companies owned by blacks and Hispanics haven't gotten their fair share of federally funded ODOT contracts.
We talk Mayor John Cranley's connection to a synthetic urine company, an overdose outbreak in Cincinnati and the zoo's Harambe…
Cincinnati's Minority Business Accelerator has again gotten national recognition -- this time in the form of a big grant.
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