Warm winter days combined with increased sun time are telling many trees and shrubs that spring is near, even though it’s seven weeks away.
Warren County and the State of Ohio filed a joint lawsuit Monday against the federal government concerning the Affordable Care Act.
Two sources familiar with the Brent Spence Bridge corridor project told WCPO that Ohio and Kentucky’s governors have agreed…
Despite a viral Twitter campaign to keep him alive, an Indiana dog saved from a death sentence was euthanized Sunday at a Utah animal shelter.
As the history of Cincinnati's canals is uncovered, a question surfaces: Should we bring back the Miami and Erie Canal?
A West Virginia mother injected feces into her son’s intravenous line as he recovered from surgery at a local hospital, according to…
Procter & Gamble Co. is planning to eliminate 2,300 more jobs by the time its 2015 fiscal year ends in June.
Basketball hero sets new goals while living day to day with terminal brain cancer.
One of Cincinnati’s fastest-growing breweries is turning two and they’re inviting everyone to the celebration.
Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) on Tuesday reported fiscal second-quarter net income of $2.37 billion.
The City of Cincinnati doesn't want people giving to panhandlers downtown.
A Kentucky manufacturers group aims to help veterans and high school students find new careers.