In his first substantive response to four years of allegations from the collapse of the Kenwood Towne Place projects, Matt Daniels asserts through his attorney that he was a victim not a fraudster.
After heated debate Wednesday, City Council voted 5-4 to suspend the streetcar project pending an audit.
Average pay for teachers in most Tri-State school districts is below statewide average.
The University of Cincinnati has a more racially diverse student body than Miami or Northern Kentucky Universities, but it lags behind some peers within its athletic conference, according to a WCPO analysis.
The Kenton County Airport Board voted Wednesday to hire special counsel to independently investigate the alleged wiretapping detailed in a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday.
The chairman of the Kenton County Airport Board, and his wife, sued an airport employee alleging she violated federal wiretap laws by recording a call he inadvertently made with his cell phone.
Serial entrepreneur Jeff Hoffman spoke to a group of local startups and investors at Cintrifuse offices downtown recently.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center video shows hospital as a place filled with smiles and joy.
Automaker surprises suppliers with new spending targets that encourage more contracts with women-owned businesses.
Experts think its omnichannel selling strategy has Macy's Inc. well-positioned to take advantage of a "fundamental shift" in holiday shopping behavior by U.S. consumers. Investors are as skeptical as Doris Walker in Miracle on 34th Street.
As he was sworn into office, Mayor John Cranley took aim at the streetcar project.
The Kadish family will spend this Hanukkah and this Thanksgiving celebrating the miracle of Ethan, their 13-year-old son who survived a lightning strike.
Joseph Beth Group CEO Mark Wilson credits a 2011 strategic shift with improving company's focus: “We think we’ve found what works in our community.”
Northern Kentucky native Suzanne Fitzpatrick's Christmas gift to her niece 17 years ago is now available to every child.
Black Friday started early for this mom and her daughters.
Mayor-elect John Cranley taps Cincinnati Parks Director Willie Carden Jr. for top job at City Hall.
Kroger Co. invested $71 million in new stores and remodels in 2013. Next year's total could go even higher.
Pilus Energy makes tiny robots that consume pollution in wastewater, and it's looking to the public to help fund its technology.
After their defeat at the polls in November, Roxanne Qualls, Laure Quinlivan and Pam Thomas discuss what's next.
Kroger has applied to re-zone a 35-acre parcel of land in Union, Ky. But some residents there said they are opposed to the possibility of a store in their neighborhood.