A cold, lonely death has left people asking whether the region should do more to help the homeless.
Greater Cincinnati’s child poverty rate looks a bit better than last year, but we still have nearly 100,000 kids living in poverty.
Thrive Impact Sourcing has found business success while at the same time working to reduce the region's poverty rate.
When Mary Caldwell takes the elevator in her apartment tower, she sometimes sees bedbugs crawling on the residents riding with her.
For people living in poverty, public transit often isn't enough.
The three sisters had finally settled into life with Grandma and Grandpa when they got terrible news.
Call 211 if you need help or want information about where you can volunteer
More information about the United Way of Greater Cincinnati 211 line is available here.
If you want to donate time or money, local nonprofit organizations that help children and families in need include: