A long-simmering dispute between Cincinnati and Hamilton County involving billions of dollars in sewer contracts is headed to court.
This week, Kevin Osborne interviews U.S. Sen Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio).
The city's deficit for Fiscal Year 2015 has increased to $22 million, up from $18.5 million predicted just a few months ago.
A confidential city memo outlines options for dealing with the troubled restaurant, but its owner says she is being singled out for common business problems.
Political Cocktail's podcast version will alternate on Mondays with the video version of the show. Listen to local political news and hear our full, unedited interview with Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley.
Political Cocktail's podcast version will alternate on Mondays with the video version of the show. Listen to local political news and hear our full, unedited interview with Ian James, co-founder of Freedom Ohio.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley sits down with WCPO's government and politics reporter Kevin Osborne to talk streetcar, tea party and the spike in city homicides.
The Queen City is among eight cities vying to host the 2016 Republican National Committee's convention.
From integrating Coney Island in the 1960s to becoming the first black woman elected to City Council in the 1980s, Marian Spencer never backs away from a challenge.
How will Cincinnati's streetcars operate among automobile traffic? That's one of the topics covered in this week's podcast.
Breaking a 2-2 tie vote, Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said the Hamilton County Board of Elections may move after the 2016 election.
A Cincinnati city councilman said he was told to move his car to make room for the governor's, or it would be towed. But the police officer handling the matter said that never happened.
This week, Kevin Osborne interviews Alex Triantafilou, chairman of the Hamilton County Republican Party.
Ohio Attorney Mike DeWine rejected a summary for a ballot issue to create a “voter bill of rights,” stating it wasn't "fair and truthful."
The Cincinnati Business Committee held a private reception for the mayor and City Council members in an effort to build "positive relationships."
Two groups said the Board of Elections should keep its early voting site in downtown Cincinnati to protect access for poorer citizens.
Adding 80 police officers to the Cincinnati Police Department's ranks is just the beginning of changes planned by Mayor John Cranley.
This week, Kevin Osborne interviews Ian James, co-founder of Freedom Ohio.
Federal regulators say they're willing to give local officials more time to resolve the sewer impasse.
Hamilton County commissioners accepted a former hospital site in Mount Airy, and said other county services could move there if the Board of Elections remains downtown.