Cincinnati's police and fire leaders argue their departments’ staffing levels are critically low.
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.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Tri-State communities.
Several fire crews were called to a home in Mason to battle a house fire.
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With another accumulating snowfall upon us, here's a reminder of some tips to keep you safe on the roads as you brave the elements.
Snowflakes cover Tri-State counties Tuesday, Dec. 10.
Smart IT Staffing hired LaVerdad Marketing to help grow the company's local profile. And in the process, LaVerdad expects to grow, too.
Hamilton County and Green Township authorities are asking for help from the public to find a man they say robbed a Speedway station Monday evening.
A fire ravaged through a two-story residence on Saratoga Street in Newport Monday night.
Cincinnati Bengals Quarterback Andy Dalton and his wife, Jordan, hosted the second annual 'Holiday Hearts' at Shriners Hospital on Monday.
A local retailer had Reds memorabilia stolen from them at Redsfest, and has offered a reward for helpful information. Sports Gallery has teamed up with West Chester police to find the baseball bandits.
About 200 vacant homes in Hamilton and Middletown could be demolished within the next six months.
Pictures posted online by third parties could be an issue to hit courtrooms in the future. Two local attorneys say defense is one's greatest offense.
A plane that took off from CVG Monday night declared a level 2 emergency in flight due to a smoke alarm going off.
A member of the Cincinnati City Council prompted an investigation into the amount of salt used from the city's stockpile, environmental contamination and a waste of taxpayer money.
A city law that restricts who can work on sewer projects has caused a legal dispute between Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
Brown County's coroner says a key piece of video evidence taken moments before an inmate's death was deleted by the county jail.
The man didn’t have a peephole to see who was knocking at his door claiming to have a search warrant, but he said he had a feeling it wasn’t the police. He was right.
9 On Your Side will be hosting a toy donation drive at nine area Kroger locations on Saturday, Dec. 14 to collect gifts for those in need this holiday season.