Southwest Ohio may be hundreds of miles away from hydraulic fracturing activity, but the chemical-and-sand-infused byproduct of the shale gas drilling technique could soon be shipped down local waterways.
Greenpeace protesters 'work like SWAT teams,' said a former co-founder of the global environmental group.
A local woman who has spent decades preserving a piece of black history in the heart of a predominately white Warren County village is trying to revive community interest in the struggling landmark today
The last of a Cincinnati family’s historical line of men’s clothing stores is about to close after nearly 100 years in business.
Michael Oster, the attorney for Butler County Common Pleas judges, announced Monday that he will run for the seat that retiring judge Michael Sage currently holds.
A Warren County judge is expected to decide soon whether Clearcreek Township officials have been violating Ohio law for decades by allegedly holding secret meetings to discuss public business.
The decision is the third change involving Jones this year and signals a shift in elected leadership on the board, which has battled a long-standing clash over transparency in the township.
Some Ohio veterans are purposefully double dipping into pools of taxpayer cash set aside to support military families in crisis.
The mother of the Liberty Township teen accused of trying to kill his parents by setting fire to their home talked exclusively with WCPO.
The decision to let West Chester's finance officer inside closed door meetings signals a shift in elected leadership on the board of trustees, which has had a long-standing clash over transparency in the township.
The man who holds the purse strings for West Chester Township hasn’t been allowed to regularly sit inside township closed door meetings or speak among his fellow officials since taking office in April 2012.
Exotic animal owners in Warren County have not registered their dangerous wild animals with the state, despite a requirement set in a new Ohio law.
The cheered, they hoped, they sulked -- Bengals fans struggled through a day of emotional ups and downs Sunday as they watched their hometown team come up short once again. The Bengals' 27-10 loss to the Chargers at Paul Brown Stadium was their third straight in the opening round of the playoffs.
Public comments have highlighted the issue of transparency in the township in 2013 -- from the push to once again add the approval of township legal bills to trustee agendas in October to the recurring conversation about who should attend township executive sessions.
West Chester's financial officer is accused of breaking client-attorney privileges through email. Township trustees have referred the situation to the county prosecutors office and state officials for review.
The president of the Lakota Board of Education reflects on her 16-year board tenure as she prepares to leave the school board for the first time since 1998.
Kids aren’t the only ones who appreciate a little gift under the Christmas tree, as thousands of senior citizens in the Tri-State spend the holidays alone each year.
Butler County elections officials say the $13.8 million school tax levy, which unofficially passed by a razor thin margin on Nov. 5, has passed again after an official count Tuesday and does not qualify for a recount.
By a razor thin margin, voters appear to have passed the Lakota School District levy Tuesday after three previous unsuccessful attempts.
A change in Ohio prison policy lets some convicts visit gravely ill relatives using web-based video streaming. That option was not available in Warren County, where an inmate never returned to jail after attending his mother's funeral.