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.
Nearly a year and a half after escaping death in Afghanistan, a local soldier is learning how to live again.
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.
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.
Southwest Ohio voters will be asked to support more than a dozen levies Tuesday to fund their local police and fire departments.
Southwest Ohio voters will once again decide the fate of proposed school improvement projects and expenses in their local school districts this November.
Butler and Warren County Veterans Service Commission officials say they’re going to spend thousands of dollars more next year because they can't find enough veterans who want their help.
Public safety, the impact of a high-profile school levy and zoning regulations were the “talk of the townships” Wednesday evening at an open forum for trustee candidates in Liberty and West Chester townships.
It’s the community’s second chance in three weeks to meet the four school board candidates -- the first event hosted by the Lakota School District Parent Council at the end of September.
Two West Chester businesses now await approval from the state for a tax break on proposed multi-million dollar expansion projects expected to bring almost 100 new jobs to the region.
The seventh annual Kings island attraction started Friday and will run every Friday and Saturday night through October 26.
The state has enlisted two independent consultants to examine the two recent high profile suicides of death row inmate Billy Slagle and Cleveland Kidnapper Ariel Castro, in addition to what could be 14 other prison suicides during the past two years.
At least six passengers remained hospitalized after a Greyhound bus carrying 51 passengers crashed on I-75 in Butler County early Saturday morning.
The death of a 31-year-old inmate at the Lebanon Correction Institution could mark the third case of an Ohio prisoner killing himself in two months.
The second-largest district in the Tri-State hasn’t won voter approval of a new school tax since 2005, and it lost three levies at the ballot in 2010 and 2011. Will a fourth time be the charm?
Cincinnati’s child cancer patients could soon have another treatment option after two major hospital expansion projects totaling more than $160 million in Butler County are complete.