CINCINNATI - Ever ask, "What is that?" Or, "Why is that?" In our new "Cincy Science" feature, we talk with people who can answer those questions: The folks who do science in Cincinnati and the Tri-State.
As if the freezing temperatures and dicey daily commute couldn't were not already getting old, here come the potholes.
“This is the time of year where we get a certain kind of pothole that’s associated with the freezing and thawing cycle,” said Scott Nutter, a professor of physics at Northern Kentucky University. “It takes two ingredients to make potholes of this type.
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A plea deal could be in the works for the 13-year-old boy charged with killing his 13-year-old friend.
Three out of 10 families that use Children's Hospital's health clinic have trouble getting enough food on a monthly basis, posing an…
A Reading teen accused of smothering his baby sister is due before a judge Wednesday.
The 'Save Our Icons' campaign to help fund repairs at Music Hall and Union Terminal needs to clear three high hurdles: history,…
A man is being treated after being shot several times in Avondale.
Jonathan Lucroy homered leading off the bottom of the ninth to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 4-3 victory over the Cincinnati Reds on Tuesday night.
Two women who worked at Buffalo Wild Wings last year filed a lawsuit Tuesday that blames their former boss for racist jokes and discrimination.
The Cincinnati Bengals are ranked ninth in the Associated Press' preseason NFL poll released Tuesday.
If Bob McDonald is confirmed to lead the Veterans Administration, and indications are he will be, he'll be the latest P&G chief…
Former Procter & Gamble CEO Robert McDonald appears headed to easy confirmation as head of the Department of Veterans Affairs.