It's sometimes impossible for officers reach emergency dispatchers when they're out doing traffic stops, serving warrants and…
About a year after an 8-year-old took his own life, Cincinnati Public Schools officials say new data shows increasing awareness of…
Documents in the case of Justin Kremer raise questions about what the FBI knew and when.
How far should government surveillance techniques be allowed to reach? What if it's to stop child porn?
Incompetence and dysfunction at the city's 911 call center are so serious they're "a threat to members of the public,"…
Property owners owe $50 million in delinquent taxes that should mostly be distributed to public schools.
Local victims of sexual harassment are standing up for their rights in rising numbers. But they're also paying a price.
As it gears up to ask taxpayers for a higher sales tax to fund bus improvements, accusations of mismanagement continue to surround Cincinnati Metro.
WCPO's investigation found the city manager never made the changes auditors said would safeguard city taxpayer dollars in the future.
One of Cincinnati's biggest out-of-state landlords owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in property taxes.
Stories of so-called Narcan parties, for example, are circulating on social media and in some news media.
In most local police departments, the I-Team found filing a complaint isn't as easy as the government says it should be.
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