When you call 911, you expect a voice on the other end of the line within seconds. But that's not always the case.
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Forced out amid a prostitution scandal, Sharonville's former fire chief isn't really gone yet.
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It's had 500 police runs for problems like weapons, fights and drugs, the kinds of problems you might associate with a rowdy nightclub or…
A $3.4 million sponsorship deal has rebranded the streetcars as the Cincinnati Bell Connector for the next decade, but the city won't be…
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While initial screenings show trace amounts of lead in the water at some Cincinnati public schools, school officials plan an even more…
Results from Greater Cincinnati Water Works show that many of Cincinnati's public schools tested positive for some amount of lead, but…
The Cincinnati Fire Department invited WCPO's I-Team for an exclusive ride-along, to show the up-close-and-personal perspective of heroin…
A major artery cutting through Cincinnati is also a major pipeline for dealers to traffic heroin hundreds of miles north and south.
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