Some schools are better equipped than others to protect students and staff from a tornado.
A Blue Ash organization is ready to hit the ground running Tuesday to help the victims of a deadly tornado that swept through Oklahoma City Monday.
“It’s about bringing people to Christ and if can do that in a hotel, it’s a little unorthodox, but God works in some unorthodox ways," said Pastor Mike Edmisten.
A woman is recovering in Blue Ash after being burned while trying to stop a grease fire.
A Sycamore Township café worker is recovering after being stabbed multiple times outside his business.
An Anderson Township family is looking for a place to stay after a fire early Saturday morning.
A Milford-Miami Township group is fighting underage drinking -- with stickers.
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The mother of an autistic teenager is seeking justice for her son after a fellow student at Sycamore High School reportedly posted a video of the teen using a restroom to a social media website.
Five individuals face a total for 45 counts of criminal mischief after allegedly leaving graffiti on various structures throughout Loveland over the past year.
After nine years of operation and more than 21,000 care packages sent to US troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Yellow Ribbon Support Center may be forced to find a new home.
Two men are being sought by Green Township police after allegedly threatening to shoot a gas station clerk during a robbery Wednesday morning.
On Tuesday, family and friends welcomed home veterans who were flown to Washington, D.C., to reflect on their service to the United States.
The three women held captive in a Cleveland house for about a decade say they are doing fine.
Google Inc.'s new music service offers a lot of eye candy to go with the tunes. The song selection of around 18 million tracks is comparable to popular services such as Spotify and Rhapsody, and a myriad of playlists curated along different genres provides a big playground for music lovers.
Drug makers spent more than $100 million last year to promote prescription testosterone - everything from gels and patches to injections. But the popular treatment may not be necessary, and it carries risks.