FC Cincinnati General Manager was raising money for a council member, while lobbying for city money.
Some on the board see the streetcar as a distraction from efforts to enhance regional bus service, but the majority want to see the transit…
Hamilton County taxpayers are expected to pick up some of the tab for this season's football game-day expenses at Paul Brown Stadium.
Cincinnati will be the first city in the nation to ban gender identity and sexual orientation conversion therapy when council likely passes a…
When Cincinnati City Council agreed last week to spend $37 million on the FC Cincinnati soccer stadium project, it didn’t come without…
A 2.2-mile connection along the region's Ohio River Trail was facing cancellation, but new players may have breathed new life into the project.
As city council prepares to take a final vote on the stadium project on Wednesday, WCPO analyzed six key questions that remain.
Will Cincinnati choose a soccer stadium over a financial safety net?
Hamilton County Commissioners tossed the political hot potato of how to pay for FC Cincinnati’s $275 million stadium project back to the city.
How much did FC Cincinnati owners give John Cranley ahead of the election?
For many teams, their bids are effectively dead because team ownership and taxpayers couldn't agree on a deal. Others are privately…
When Mary Caldwell takes the elevator in her apartment tower, she sometimes sees bedbugs crawling on the residents riding with her.
Could a ticket tax raise the $100 million FC Cincinnati says it needs to build a $250 million stadium and earn a spot in Major League Soccer?
Reducing poverty, fighting crime and improving the region's bus system are tops on the to-do list of Cincinnati's newest council members.
Voters in conservative areas such as Hyde Park and Mount Washington showed up at the polls to support Cranley.
It was a good night to be an incumbent running for Cincinnati City Council. All six of them kept their seats on council.
Mayor John Cranley declared victory and a return to City Hall on Tuesday night, calling himself a "comeback kid" after he lost by…
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