This second installment of WCPO's occasional series shows the next phase of work in the development of Park West in historic Over-the-Rhine.
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber's Minority Business Accelerator is launching a fund named for the late L. Ross Love to help grow the region's African-American- and Hispanic-owned businesses.
By any definition, Amanda Carter has had a tough life. In and out of foster care, teen mom two times over, living on her own since she was 15. But she was determined to make a better life for her daughters. Her boss gave her the opportunity to do it.
After Belcan Corp. founder Ralph Anderson died in 2010, it was up to his daughter to keep it running. She's done that – and grown the business in the process.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley has announced a new effort to boost the city's minority-contracting results. The question is, what makes this different from other, recent attempts to do the same thing?
Few churches in Greater Cincinnati – or across the U.S. – have congregations that look like the dream Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. described in his famous 1963 speech.
Local nonprofit wants to make sure Cincinnati children don't spend the holidays hungry.
Meet The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr./U.S. Bank Foundation, the organization that refused to give up until the Cincinnati streetcar project was saved.
The Cincinnati Center City Development Corp. has a deal to move the region's largest homeless shelter from Over-the-Rhine to Queensgate.
The Phoenix Program has helped scores of men and women leave the shadows of violence and crime in exchange for legitimate employment.
To keep the $2.63 billion Brent Spence Bridge project moving, Kentucky lawmakers must take action during their 2014 session. Some think chances are slim that will happen.
A group of scientists, business executives and academics say this region's abundance of water and know-how could be the key to its economic future.
Cincinnati’s super lawyer seemed to have it all. Until one case brought it all to a halt.
3CDC now plans to save and redevelop at least one of three rotting buildings the nonprofit developer owns in Over-the-Rhine.
After a week of punishing media coverage of state allegations against fledgling online lending platform SoMoLend, investors worry for the future of the company and its founder, Candace Klein.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' new Cincinnati Mission got a big influx of missionaries Wednesday. But that doesn't necessarily mean more Mormons going door-to-door.
Hundreds of rental houses around University of Cincinnati fall into a housing inspection blind spot that could endanger the college students that rent them and has stirred up neighborhood concern.
This third installment of WCPO's occasional series shows the next phase of work in the development of Park West in historic Over-the-Rhine.
At a time when Cincinnati's economic fortunes are on the rise, too many of its residents are being left behind. Cincinnati Works is there to help.
As political and business leaders sort through the aftermath of 2014 Kentucky General Assembly, some are wondering whether an effort to help the Brent Spence Bridge project helped kill a heroin bill.