Meet the hidden victims of the heroin epidemic in Greater Cincinnati.
Britney Dill, a recovering heroin addict, finds out a revealing detail about her addiction from her young daughters.
This isn’t the first time authorities in Pike County have discovered marijuana grow sites or talked about drug cartels.
As heroin-related deaths rise, so do family-led support groups and organizations. Is that a good thing?
We asked recovering Tri-State addicts: 'Why did you try your drug of choice?'
The brother of Timothy Thomas talks about how his brother's death likely saved his own life and what he now tells his children about…
As local school officials and parents debate arming teachers in the wake of a recent Butler County school shooting, a school…
A journalist who discovered the pipeline between Mexican heroin traffickers and Midwestern prescription drug abusers is coming to the Tri-State.
Teachers could be carrying guns in an Ohio school near you, and there may be no way for you or first responders to know it.
Some of the places you drive by and visit every day — the gas stations, the apartment complexes, the bars and small shops — are a…
A school resource officer's successful response Monday after a gunman opened fire inside a Madison Township school cafeteria has…
Amid the national search for how to schools safe, a Cincinnati dog trainer is convinced it will take man’s best friend to stop his…