From the Cartier shades to the latest sneaker, Burrow has a style all his own. But it's clear to some that his fashion choices are heavily influenced by Black culture, something his teammates and Black football fans in Cincinnati have embraced.
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Cincinnati officials are gearing up to propose major changes to zoning. Monday is the first of five public meetings to hear from residents about what that land use reform should look like.
A group of Miami University students, staff and faculty are in Miami, Okla. — headquarters of the Miami Tribe — to cap off a year-long commemoration of the two Miamis' partnership, referred to as 'neepwaantiinki,' the Myaamia word meaning "learning from each other."
John F. Johnson, AKA Grandmaster Jay, of West Chester, Ohio, pleaded guilty Thursday to five counts of wanton endangerment for pointing an assault rifle at five Louisville Metro police officers.
The rail loop set records for ridership every month but one last year.
The former Ohio Republican congressman argued local boards of education are doing little to combat "woke policies" and alleged, without evidence, that boards are focusing resources on weakening core educational standards for students.
A new poll shows Beshear leading his Republican challengers in hypothetical head-to-head matchups.
Hamilton County’s 513 Relief Bus is back on the road for the first time in over a year. Officials unveiled the permanent Equity and Resources Mobile Tech Bus Thursday after piloting the idea in 2021.
The plan from Lt. Gov. Jon Husted would wipe out 5 million words and more than 20,000 pages of the Ohio Administrative Code used for state agencies and divisions.
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