A new study found that companies owned by blacks and Hispanics haven't gotten their fair share of federally funded ODOT contracts.
A new study of poverty in Ohio has some findings that might surprise you.
Each year, roughly 2,000 men and women return to Hamilton County from prison. But many working to rebuild their lives struggle with a…
The work has started, and there's no time to waste.
As a child, April Ferguson knew hunger and poverty. As an adult, she's a successful entrepreneur.
A month ago, Tawni Koch was homeless and rarely saw her daughter. Now she has a new home — and new hope.
If you have any doubt that the well-being of babies is linked to their moms' mental health, consider how this baby died last year.
New Untapped Cincinnati initiative believes second chances could be the answer.
Ron Fischer has been Greater Cincinnati's eyes and ears for the region's most memorable news stories over the past 50 years as a…
A national expert on Friday offered three seemingly simple steps to reducing childhood poverty.
There's a place in Butler County, less than 2 square miles large, where every Latino child is poor by federal poverty measures.
Jan Rogers had no business experience, but she built a multi-million company after developing a device to answer a 4-year-old's question.
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