CINCINNATI -- Emma and William have been announced as the most popular baby names of 2012 in Cincinnati.
The Cincinnati Health Department Vital Records Office released a list of most popular names for newborn baby girls and boys in 2012. William was at the top of the list for the second year in a row.
The top 10 most popular girl names are:
- Isabella and Avery are tied
- Charlotte & Abigail tied for the No. 8 spot
Olivia was the No. 1 choice in 2011, but has completely fell out of the top 10 list.
The top 10 newborn boy names are:
- Andrew and Mason tied for No. 4
- Michael, Ethan and Jackon tied for No. 8
- James and Elijah
- Jacob and Owen
The City of Cincinnati's Vital Statistics office is the third largest in Ohio. The office issued 29,513 birth certificated last year.
Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
A Cincinnati Metro bus driver has a broken leg after she crashed into the side of a building in Walnut Hills Wednesday evening.
Mayor John Cranley cites concerned business people and commuters as the reason he put a temporary hold on a longstanding roadway…
Just three hours after asking for the community's help, police say they've located a missing 20-year-old University Heights woman.
Developer Buckingham Companies will break ground in May for a new 272-unit apartment complex in the heart of Oakley.
From desperate hoarding situations, to smashed bug guts and capturing rabid bats and rats, the Burkel women handle it all.
A person was shot in the chest in Winton Hills Tuesday morning, according to police.
A jury reached a verdict of guilty Tuesday afternoon in the trial of an East Price Hill man charged with the 2012 stabbing deaths of a mother…
A local girl's haunting story should serve as a wake-up call about the vulnerability poor young girls, in our city and in our…
The warm weather played a part in another huge turnout for the annual Sacred Heart Church ravioli dinner.
A man was conscious after being shot in the head Sunday afternoon in Hartwell.