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Members of University of Cincinnati's faculty union have overwhelmingly approved the contract hammered out after protracted negotiations.
Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg has reclaimed its top spot as the largest revenue producer in the Cincinnati area, beating Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati by $78,000.
This is the first in an ongoing series that examines what it takes to bring historic buildings back to life in Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine neighborhood.
Cincinnati Police said its investigation into the Greenpeace high-wire, stunt protest at Procter and Gamble headquarters is closed, police said Friday.
Greenpeace protesters 'work like SWAT teams,' said a former co-founder of the global environmental group.
Under a proposed deal, the Port Authority would issue bonds to pay for meter upgrades, but City Hall keeps control.
After Belcan Corp. founder Ralph Anderson died in 2010, it was up to his daughter to keep it running. She's done that – and grown the business in the process.
A long-simmering dispute between Cincinnati and Hamilton County involving billions of dollars in sewer contracts is headed to court.
It’s an imponderable that building owners confront every day in every city: How do you make a building both functional and secure?
Activists describe what it's like to engage the Ivory Empire in a public relations battle.
Mahogany's is not closing and the restaurant will not be evicted, owner Liz Rogers told WCPO on Tuesday, saying she is making payments as demanded by the landlord.
Casino owners promised that Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati would strive to work with companies owned by women and minorities. Local business owners say the casino has made good on that promise.
E.W. Scripps Co. exceeded analyst expectations with a $7.9 million profit in the fourth quarter of 2013.
What does it mean to be Cincinnati's hometown casino? The General Manager of Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati explains as the downtown property celebrates its first anniversary.
Sunny Delight Beverages Co. has signed a licensing deal to enable a carbonated version of the fruit drink by this summer.
White death, as it's called, is an inconvenient reality.
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.
University of Cincinnati has hired a team of five "ambassadors" to patrol the Short Vine and U Square districts near campus as part of an ongoing effort to reduce crime in the area.