A new Kroger Marketplace opens Thursday in Northern Kentucky. But what does that mean for its old store, right next door?
A NKU professor will bring a deeper knowledge of "Moby-Dick" to his students after taking a voyage tracing the novel's voyage along the East Coast.
The cost of hiring the best university presidents and other leaders has far outpaced inflation in a time of tight budgets while faculty and staff have seen their wages stagnate. University of Cincinnati and Miami and Northern Kentucky universities have little choice but to participate in the national competition for the top talent in what one expert referred to as an academic arms race.
As political and business leaders sort through the aftermath of 2014 Kentucky General Assembly, some are wondering whether an effort to help the Brent Spence Bridge project helped kill a heroin bill.
A new leasing strategy is paying quick dividends for Tri-County Mall, which announced several new tenants.
A WCPO analysis of 32,474 violations at 5,579 food-service facilities found ethnic restaurants have higher violation counts per inspection than casual dining, fast food and other restaurant categories.
Before we can help the Tri-State's thousands of poor mothers and their children, we will need to find common ground across our political divides.
Looking to keep its fiscal house in order, University of Cincinnati is hiking tuition by 2 percent across the board while cutting vacation for non-union employees.
Eight local doctors were among 4,000 nationwide who received more than $1 million in Medicare payments in 2012, newly released data shows. Search our database to see how your physician fared.
Carpe Diem Aiken opened last fall to challenge 7-12th grade students to achieve on a daily basis. And it's doing just that.
Stopping short of declaring a public health emergency, police officials told City Council that homicides and heroin are the two leading criminal causes of death in the city.
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 society.
A group of University of Cincinnati architecture students built a full-scale prototype of a new kind of disaster relief shelter they hope will catch the eye of funders.
A fitness center operator is expanding at Forest Fair Village in what could be the first step toward a mixed-use revival of the region's largest retail center.
Icy Williams spent years advising minority and women business owners as the leader of Procter & Gamble's supplier diversity efforts. Now she's on the other side of those conversations.
The University of Cincinnati is accepting applications for a 'consensus builder' as its next chief.
Black-n-Bluegrass Roller Girls hit the floor for their seventh season opener Saturday. But this roller girl isn't who you might expect.
Lakota students and faculty are starting to see big changes since voters passed a school tax levy five months ago.