Women's Bean Project has helped hundreds of poor moms living in poverty. Its CEO is coming to Cincinnati to explain how.
Two local companies are using big data to help little babies.
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center has a powerful new reason for you to visit.
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…
Darrin Redus has plans for the Minority Business Accelerator to lower unemployment and boost the region's economy.
Kijai Khamisi lost her baby but found the strength to start Ajani's Gourmet Strawberries in his memory.
Helping people lift themselves out of poverty pays off, according to a new study by University of Cincinnati's Economics Center.
Graduates of the African-American Chamber's Sudduth Society say the program has helped them grow their businesses.
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 new study found that companies owned by blacks and Hispanics haven't gotten their fair share of federally funded ODOT contracts.
Bethany Yeiser was an honors student 2,000 miles away from home. She was doing great and making everyone proud. Then something happened.
The region's African American Chamber is launching a new program to grow the number of million-dollar minority-owned companies in Greater…
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