Mayor Aftab Pureval says the events that took place early Sunday morning shows just how bad gun violence has become. "It's so commonplace that two officers are standing right there, and shots are still fired nevertheless," he said.
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City administration is proposing an overhaul aimed at better incentivizing new jobs, economic growth, and — for the first time ever — housing.
The annual picnic fundraiser hosted by St. Jerome’s Catholic Church has gotten a lot bigger than its humble origins in 1880.
Former detective Brett Hankison and detective Kelly Goodlett were indicted by federal grand juries this week. Hankison was charged with two counts of deprivation of rights under the color of law and Goodlett with one count of conspiracy.
Africa Senior Keeper Jenna Wingate described the moment she discovered the baby had arrived.
Dayton has never quite gotten over the tragedy of a mass shooting that took place in its Oregon district three years ago today. It probably never will. But the one thing Howard Wilkinson knows about Dayton — the city where he was born and raised — is that they have dealt with calamities before and have never failed to bounce back.
Two Cincinnati neighborhoods are getting a designation to allow for more liquor licenses. Council voted Wednesday to approve Central Entertainment Districts in Mount Washington and Mount Auburn. The requests now go to the state for final approval.
Why, exactly, does a hotter Earth mean more inland flood risk? And what does the future hold? This FAQ is for the millions of people who live in increasingly flood-prone parts of the United States, and who want to know how to stay safe and prepare for a changing climate.
DisruptArt CEO Rob Richardson says Cincinnati's pool of talent makes it the ideal location to develop the next generation of business and art.
Baby hippo watch continues at the Cincinnati Zoo. Keepers gave an update and took questions during a Facebook Live video Wednesday.
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