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35 min ago | Cincinnati.com
The Federal Transit Administration has rejected Cincinnati's request for an extension of the Dec. 19 deadline to decide the fate of the streetcar project, Mayor John Cranley told the Enquirer Friday.
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Time is running out on certain federal incentives for wind energy development. But as Statehouse correspondent Andy Chow reports, advocates say they need these credits to continue to grow the industry in Ohio.
Credit unions would gain access to a wider swath of funds for mortgage and small business loans under bipartisan legislation introduced by Ohio Sens. Sherrod Brown and Rob Portman .
A man accused of running a "revenge porn" website a site that posted nude photos of a Cincinnati teacher has been arrested.
Senator Sherrod Brown is helping his colleague, Senator Mark Pryor fight back against Karl Rove next year: You know what Karl Rove probably put on his wish-list to Santa this year? Control of the Senate.
Despite its name, the Farm Bill isn't just for farmers. It's a broad piece of legislation that affects everything from the price of milk and beef to federal nutrition programs for the nation's poor families and senior citizens.
At stake are the jobless benefits that kick in after a laid-off worker exhausts the first 26 weeks of unemployment.
On a recent afternoon, executives at Goldman Sachs invited a few hundred major investors to the auditorium of the firm's gleaming headquarters in lower Manhattan.
The U.S. Congress is on its way to a budget deal -- a couple weeks ahead of the Jan. 1 deadline.
The federal government closed Tuesday due to severe snow and ice, but lawmakers are continuing to work on a budget deal ahead of another tight January deadline.
Aetna made misleading proxy statements in 2012 and 2013 to get shareholders to reject resolutions demanding more information about the company's political contributions, a shareholder claims in court.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald is preparing for a running mate change, two peoplewith knowledge of the situation have told The Enquirer, numbering the days of North Avondale's Eric Kearney as the party's candidate for lieutenant governor.
Ed FitzGerald, the Cuyahoga County executive and Democratic candidate for governor, soon could part ways with running mate Eric Kearney, whose personal and business finances have become a cloud over the campaign.
So as I mentioned in my previous diaries that I was out sick so I am playing catch up with my diaries.