A coroner has been called to a fire in Middletown.
Cincinnati is one of the best places to start a new career, according to Time.
In an era of heightened security threats, school and police officials are warning students that a popular fun game could go wrong.
Local startup Sirrus announced a new CEO and rebranding strategy in recent months. The moves left its founder looking for work.
As craft beer gets more and more popular the nation has seen an explosion in breweries; but can the country support the growth? Some fear bad beer may sink the burgeoning market.
Campbell County dispatchers say police have located a missing Dayton, Ky., 2-year-old and her grandfather.
A trial date is expected to be set for a southwestern Ohio lawmaker charged with fraud and theft for allegedly misleading investors about a company's financial status and using their money for personal gain.
The U.S. Justice Department says an auto parts manufacturer accused in a price-fixing conspiracy has agreed to plead guilty and pay a fine of $19.9 million.
A gay rights group wants to intervene in an existing case in hopes of getting a federal court to overturn Ohio's gay marriage ban and allow same-sex couples to wed in the state.
A courtroom brawl sparked a mistrial for a man facing murder charges in October 2013 and a new trial is underway.
A 911 recording that documented the moments after a stolen vehicle slammed into a tree, killing a teenage girl, sheds new light on the investigation.
A wrap-up of local stories happening Thursday, April 24, 2014.
Aroldis Chapman got closer to returning to the Reds Wednesday when he pitched batting practice and manager Bryan Price pronounced him in "midseason form."
Bengals will battle Steelers down the stretch twice.
Several months of investigating led police to make a drug bust and arrest five people in Middletown on Wednesday.
Alfredo Simon pitched into the seventh inning despite erratic control, Jay Bruce drove in a run for a fifth consecutive game and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-2 Wednesday night.
Newport officials honored a Tri-State woman for saving two lives at different times in one day.
Are you ready for some football? The 2014 Bengals full schedule is now here!
Black community members from across Cincinnati teamed together at Wednesday's City Council meeting against Councilman Chris Smitherman, holding signs reading "I'm your boss, SMITHERMAN!"
As many Cincinnatians have realized, it's nearly impossible to grab a glimpse of the making of 'Carol,' but WCPO’s Tony Mirones saw a snippet of the production Wednesday, and spoke with the fans trying to get a glimpse of Hollywood, Cincinnati style.