As baseball fans celebrated the 100 th birthday of Wrigley Field Wednesday, three Reds greats must have been smiling.
Several Cincinnati city council members said Wednesday they felt blindsided by Mayor John Cranley’s move to freeze an approved bike path project.
A Hamilton County Justice Center corrections officer faces a single charge after authorities say he went online to try to meet and have sex with a 15-year-old girl.
The mayor of Aberdeen resigned Wednesday – the same day a former officer of the Aberdeen Police Department filed a lawsuit against the village.
Crews were called to a pond in Warren County Wednesday afternoon when teens reported seeing a body in the water.
Daniel L. Bell points to Taylor Mill’s status as a debt-free city and says he aims to keep it that way.
Days after searchers found more remains that could belong to Katelyn Markham, her father said he’s found little relief concerning his daughter’s unsolved homicide.
Cincinnati restaurateur Jeff Ruby is suing former Cardinals outfielder Jim Edmonds over the name of the Precinct, a restaurant he co-owns in downtown St. Louis.
In the middle of a pause for one bicycle pathway program, Mayor John Cranley announced Wednesday $1.9 million in funding for five other bicycle projects.
Attending high school at community college earns students two degrees, self-esteem and a focus on science and math learning.
Four people have been charged with robbing two Miami University students at gunpoint in separate incidents last week.
Saying the dead girl's mother begged him to get involved, the Butler County sheriff says his investigators are reviewing the 2012 killing of 15-year-old Chelsea Johnson.
Cincinnati Public Schools' Walnut Hills High School earned the No. 1 ranking in Ohio in U.S. News & World Report's annual survey, among four Cincinnati-area schools that grabbed the top four spots.
Covington City Commissioner Steve Frank wonders if Duke's property interests could be influencing the company's advocacy for the $2.6B Brent Spence Bridge.
WCPO reporter Jessica Noll covers the debate between Boone County judge executive candidates Gary Moore and J. Kyle Sweeney.
Procter & Gamble Co.'s fiscal third-quarter net income rose 2 percent, bolstered by some lower expenses and a reduced tax rate.
A group of Cincinnati area officials and business leaders are coming together Wednesday to support a statewide project.
A wrap-up of local stories happening Wednesday, April 23, 2014.
The debate over a new downtown bike path took a turn Tuesday evening when Vice Mayor David Mann offered a compromise to keep the future path in the city's plans.
The Village of New Miami fired its police chief, Kenneth Cheek, Tuesday night.