Last year, Crossroads raised $377,000 to help kids in Cincinnati. This year, they're hoping for more to help combat the local heroin epidemic.
Police aretrying to determine why a man was walking on northbound I-471 in Northern Kentucky Saturday morning when he was struck and killed by a vehicle there.
This third installment of WCPO's occasional series shows the next phase of work in the development of Park West in historic Over-the-Rhine.
A man was arrested Friday in connection with two burglaries earlier this week involving a stranger who entered the bedrooms of women while they were sleeping.
If you want to pick up tickets left for you by a player at a stadium, you most show a photo ID at will call. Same if you want to cash a check, get on an airliner or rent a car.
Alfredo Simon lowered his ERA to 0.86, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Chicago Cubs 4-1 Friday for their 16th win in their last 17 games at Wrigley Field.
Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips left Friday's game against the Chicago Cubs because of back spasms.
“We are under attack.” That was a statement by Kenton County Sheriff Chuck Korzenborn Friday in a plea for urgency to combat the heroin epidemic in Kentucky.
This time of year, high school seniors are deciding where to go to college. For many young women and their parents, the issue of campus safety may be as important as any number of other criteria.
Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman has been cleared to throw batting practice for the first time since he was hit in the face by a line drive during an exhibition game on March 10.
The Treasury Dept. has seized thousands of refunds to recover government overpayments - mainly in Social Security benefits - from beneficiaries or their survivors.
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The Butler County Sheriff’s Office is investigating nine recent reports of vehicle thefts in Hanover Township.
Maria and Christi O’Brien, a couple from Morrow, plan to carry their health-challenged young son up the 98 steps at Holy Cross-Immaculata Church on Good Friday as a testament to their love for him and their faith.
A Cincinnati man is accused of causing about $100,000 in damage when police said he stole 19 air conditioning units.
In this week's "wine me, dine me pick of the week:" Julie Niesen Gosdin bellies up to the bar and digs into "eminently munchable" hominy.
A multi-million dollar expansion this spring at a Butler County hospital will bring with it increased health care options for patients and new jobs for the community.
The New Miami police chief is on paid administrative leave after the village's mayor filed charges to remove him from office and local resident's are not happy.
In this week's "Ask the Nurse," spring means bats are swinging, balls are flying, and players of all ages are sliding into bases. It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt.
The FDA may be backing off from proposed changes that would have affected brewers and farmers across the nation.