The video of an Ohio State Highway Patrolman being struck by a speeding car on Interstate 75 is too horrible for his colleagues at the Lebanon Post to watch.
Two upscale Cincinnati restaurants known for five-star dining are among the top 100 restaurants in America -- and one is even in the top 10.
Sen. Sherrod Brown spoke with WCPO’s Brendan Keefe Thursday about the Farm Bill and why Cincinnatians need to pay attention.
William L. Mallory, Sr., was one of the most powerful figures in state government for more than two decades and inspired five sons - including the former mayor - to public service.
The public memorial service celebrating the life of William L. Mallory, Sr., has been scheduled for Dec.22.
Alisha Waters, the Northern Kentucky woman who was shut multiple times by her estranged husband at her place of work over the summer, has finally returned home after spending two months at a rehab facility in Georgia where she was recovering from her injuries.
A Winter Weather Advisory will go into effect Friday night for most Tri-State counties.
Mayor John Cranley wants any private donations for the streetcar project to cover most or all of its operating expenses for 30 years.
The Kenton County Golf Course is searching for their missing border collie.
Police are looking for the man who threw a large rock through the door of a store at a popular shopping center to steal bottles of perfume.
Hamilton is shutting down its 911 call center in a cost-cutting move and contracting with the Butler County Sheriff's Office to provide the service.
A small fire broke out in a home in the 1900 block of Madison Road in East Walnut Hills Thursday morning.
The school custodians were nominated by their colleagues and voted into the finals of "Janitor of the Year" by the members of the public.
Miami University and Ohio State are rated among the top 100 “Best Values in Public Values,” according to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
In the second installment of our "Bright Ideas" column, a University of Cincinnati is using Fundly.com to finance a service project overseas, and a local company gets funded for the next phase of its fantasy coin line.
Police are asking for help in identifying a suspect in a Dec. 9 robbery at a Speedway in Green Township.
A police chase ended safely Thursday morning when a passenger talked the wanted driver into stopping, police said.
Foster youths in Hamilton County to be honored at a dinner Thursday night for their academic successes. The Higher Education Mentoring Initiative will present 11 students with $20,000 scholarships.
Three public meetings on Dec. 11 were designed for ODOT officials to get community members on board for the proposed transit line and gain public input.
The federal Farm Bill affects farmers, to be sure. But its provisions impact everyone.