Far from home with a child being treated at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, the Clemence family is grateful this Thanksgiving.
Problem properties are taking a toll on Cincinnati neighborhoods. Who's to blame? That's a complicated question.
In the world of low-income rental properties, there are no winners when something goes wrong.
Patricia Taylor expected to find relief from a bad situation. The house she rented in East Price Hill was anything but.
City Gospel Mission has made its Thanksgiving Exchange more of a partnership with families in need.
At the risk of offending a still hurting Who Dey Nation, the Bengals game was not the most important thing happening on Cincinnati's…
Rachel Roberts traveled the world for two years learning yoga then brought those lessons back to her hometown.
Northern Kentucky has so many students who are homeless that many school districts have employees dedicated to helping them.
Documentary raises questions about whether poverty-fighting efforts have been taking the wrong approach.
The city of Cincinnati wants a judge to declare 11 vacant buildings 'public nuisances,' but the out-of-town owner is fighting to…
Ethan Kadish of Loveland has a whole new way of communicating.
If our region is going to be more welcoming for newcomers, we have to make some changes.
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