The Walker family was struggling last year. Now, they're trying to help others and raise awareness for sickle cell disease.
Cincinnati City Council voted unanimously to make historic changes to its contracting program to try to steer more contracts to women- and…
There's a slice of Over-the-Rhine where 387 kids live, and all but a handful are poor based on federal poverty measures.
The movie "Poverty, Inc." raises tough questions about whether well-intentioned programs to help the poor have actually caused harm.
Thousands of families in Hamilton County are on waiting lists for quality housing with rents that won't break the bank.
ProKids needs more than a few good men to advocate for Hamilton County children who have been abused and neglected.
A new program hopes to leverage the power of the barbershop into a love of reading among young, black boys.
There aren't many technology companies with black founders that have attracted venture capital across the country. But Cincinnati has two…
Northern Kentucky's heroin epidemic is one of the reasons a growing number of grandparents are raising their grandkids.
The new executive director of The Women's Fund knows the key to addressing our region's childhood poverty crisis. Are you willing to help?
Trontez Mahaffey hasn't had it easy. But he wants to share his story to show how far he has come — and how far others can come, too.
Jenniffer Johnson wanted to take her life in a new direction but couldn't do it alone. Ann's House was there to help her.
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