Sports Vault: Interleague play was huge once
Sports from the Vault: When MLB interleague play began in 1997, it was a very big deal.
Businesses affected by Brent Spence construction
Construction on the Brent Spence Bridge began Friday, creating headaches for both business owners and drivers.
Coloring books are helping cancer patients
According to UC Health officials, coloring has become a popular practice among patients undergoing chemotherapy.
Brent Spence officials: Plan your routes
Starting today, drivers will see two-lane closures of varying configurations on the Brent Spence Bridge.
Kasich: Senate needs to fix health care bill
Ohio Gov. John Kasich says the proposed health care bill could harm treatment for the mentally ill, the chronically ill and those who are drug addicted.
FC Cincinnati celebrates Pride at latest game
In honor of Cincinnati’s Pride Parade and Festival, The football club celebrated Equality Night at their latest match against Saint Louis FC.
Group sheds light on LGBT suicide at Cincy Pride
Cincinnati’s annual Pride Parade drew nearly 100,000 people to the city streets Saturday, and while the festivities were a celebration of individuality and acceptance, for some it was a time to remember a loved one.
Mayor: Cincinnati is safe after Tensing mistrial
City officials say Downtown areas are safe and will remain open after Tensing's retrial ended in a hung jury for the second time.
Is Ray Tensing off the hook? What happens now?
All of us might be able to agree about one thing in the Ray Tensing retrial, now that there's another hung jury.
Will crosswalk change after fatal incident?
A former Amazon employee said the crosswalk where a woman was hit and killed by a cement truck is unsafe.
WATCH: Otto Warmbier's funeral procession
Otto Warmbier's funeral reached maximum capacity before the service was underway Thursday morning at Wyoming High School.
From the Vault: Remember 'Touchdown Jesus?'
It’s been seven years since God struck down a 62-foot tall Jesus statue off Interstate 75 in Monroe.
Report finds lead in baby food samples
Lead was detected in 20 percent of baby food samples analyzed by the Food and Drug Administration between 2003 and 2013, according to the new report from the Environmental Defense Fund, a nonprofit advocacy group.
Hero of OSU attack stays humble despite honors
Horujko remained humble Wednesday as Ohio's state congress recognized him for "heroic actions," "humanitarian concern" and "selfless initiative."