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City Council will begin the process Tuesday to consider repealing Cincinnati's "responsible bidder" law, which is at the center of a dispute with Hamilton County.
The law, approved by the previous City Council, imposes restrictions on companies submitting bids to do work for the Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD).
Hamilton County owns MSD, but Cincinnati operates the system.
County officials have said city policies shouldn't affect MSD. As a county-owned entity, only state laws should appl.
Advocates for Cincinnati Public Schools have been telling all who will listen that their development of Community Learning Centers are an…
Black community members from across Cincinnati teamed together at Wednesday's City Council meeting against Councilman…
Several Cincinnati city council members said Wednesday they felt blindsided by Mayor John Cranley’s move to freeze an approved bike…
WCPO reporter Jessica Noll covers the debate between Boone County judge executive candidates Gary Moore and J. Kyle Sweeney.
A group of Cincinnati area officials and business leaders are coming together Wednesday to support a statewide project.
A recap of the debate between Campbell County judge executive candidates Steve Pendery and Kevin Sell.
No decision was made during a public hearing Monday about the future of possible dedicated bike lanes on Central Parkway that Mayor John…
The two Ohio cities still in contention to host the 2016 Republican National Convention will be visited in late April by party staff or…
Mahogany's on the Banks met its Friday deadline for curing its default with its landlord and avoided eviction.
House Speaker John Boehner is spending $125,000 on television ads in his Ohio district to fend off three fellow Republicans in the primary.