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A Cincinnati homeless advocacy group wants assaults on homeless people to be considered hate crimes under the law.
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In just eight hours, Jay Shatz and Jason Cameron beautified a "Desperate Landscape" this week for the 149th time.
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Baltimore-based startup Parking Panda has just launched in Cincinnati. The company lets users get online and search for open parking spots, reserve them and then show up and park once they get downtown.
ShatterProof will bring its ShatterProof Challenge to the Queen City on Aug. 7. The challenge will let people rappel down the side of the Westin Hotel in downtown Cincinnati to raise money to fight addiction.
Harry Black, Mayor John Cranley's pick for the next city manager, spoke today about his ideas for keeping Cincinnati's momentum moving forward.
Fabian Schmahl , the president and CEO of ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America , said the company's growth in Southwest Ohio isn't a coincidence.
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MASON, OHIO: A southwestern Ohio amusement park hopes to set a world record for the most heads shaved simultaneously to help raise awareness and money for the fight against cancer.
A Westside family on a journey to adopt a child got stuck in China, after a government glitch left them without the papers they needed to get back into the U.S. Mara and Jeremy Osterfeld got good news just five minutes before doing a Skype interview with WLWT's Jackie Congedo on Wednesday night.
The Bengals will have a special visitor for practice on Thursday. Former linebacker Takeo Spikes, the 13th-overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, will be in Cincinnati Thursday to talk on Sirius XM NFL radio.
Butterbee's American Grille planned for Miami Twp It will open in the former Applebee's this fall.
JULY 29, 2014 - The Board of Trustees of the Cincinnati Art Museum today unanimously voted to name Cameron Kitchin as the museum's director.
With success of 2013's Lonely Comes Easy, their first all-new collection since 2009's Cloud Of Dust, Chris Jones and the Night Drivers are thrilled to announce a new live album, Live At The Old Feed Store, to be independently released October 7, 2014.
Federal prosecutors said Cornell Clisby, 46, of Cincinnati, who led a heroin trafficking conspiracy in the greater Cincinnati area, was sentenced in U.S. District Court on July 28 to 34 years of imprisonment.
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