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3 hrs ago | The Cincinnati Enquirer
With a lump on his head and abrasions to his fingers, Robert Worden's wounds act as evidence of the attack he said he endured at a homeless camp in Cincinnati Monday evening.
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5 hrs ago | WLWT-TV Cincinnati
It's a common thread around the Tri-State. No matter who you are, no matter what you do,your favorite price this time of year, especially for a family, is probably a four letter word - free.
8 hrs ago | FOX19 Cincinnati
This one is a tough one to forecast but models are getting closer to agreeing on a big snow event here.
12 hrs ago | Cincinnati CityBeat
The measures are expected to pass. Because they each allocate at least $100,000 in funding, the ordinances are not susceptible to referendum.
16 hrs ago | The Cincinnati Enquirer
Fire recruits with the Cincinnati Fire Department are volunteering their time this week to help elderly, low-income residents clean, paint, trim Christmas trees and string lights.
20 hrs ago | The Cincinnati Enquirer
An 18-year-old College Hill man faces an aggravated arson charge after Cincinnati fire officials say he confessed to using a lighter to set a blaze in the basement of an occupied apartment building last week.
I grew up in Delhi Township and graduated from Oak Hills H.S. in 1983. In 1987 I received a Bachelor's Degree, with Honors, in Political Science from the University of Cincinnati, followed by a J.D. from the College of Law in 1990.
One of the area's most outspoken critics of tax incentives for businesses is himself in line to get one as he opens a new law office in Clermont County.
Glen Galemmo, the Cincinnati money manager accused of running an elaborate $300 million Ponzi scheme, is likely to plead guilty to criminal charges in that case within the next three months, one of his lawyers said Tuesday during a court hearing.
By all accounts, yesterday's special council session to discuss the Cincinnati streetcar was long and contentious , more than 60 streetcar supporters pleading with an indignant Mayor John Cranley and newly elected council members still spouting campaign-trail anti-streetcar rhetor ic.
Four men are in police custody after Cincinnati police quickly responded this morning to a report of shots fired in the 2300 block of Ferguson Avenue in Westwood.
Christ Hospital in Mount Auburn has reopened a long-term, acute-care unit at its Mount Auburn campus, and once again it's being operated by specialists employed by UC Health's Daniel Drake Center.
The trickling out of details about the personal and business debt of expected Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald's running mate is raising questions as to the extent of the campaign's vetting process.
In a letter, Eric Avner of the Haile Foundation wrote that a reckless streetcar cancellation will "definitely cause us to pause and reconsider whether the city can be a trusted partner."
You can now give a gift card to family or friends and know the money is staying right here in the Tri-State.
On Monday, Cincinnati police arrested and charged 35-year-old Anthony Broadus, Jr. with murder.
Winter Storm Watch for Hamilton County was issued at December 04 at 4:12PM EST