We're getting a better look at how the campaign to be Ohio governor is shaping up in the early days of the 2022 race.
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Locally, a little more than $10,000 from the grant is going to Keep Cincinnati Beautiful to purchase surveillance cameras to use on illegal dump sites.
The Political Junkie Ken Rudin joins Cincinnati Edition for a full hour.
There are signs the federal investigation into the passage of House Bill 6 is getting closer to the heart of the DeWine administration.
Respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19, are on the rise and masking is one preventative measure.
Updated guidance from the CDC says fully vaccinated people should start wearing masks again in indoor public settings in areas with substantial or high transmission.
WVXU's Community Storytelling Project brings you the people and places of Roselawn.
Despite pandemic disruptions in the entertainment industry, it’s been a good summer so far for pop culture—especially Black culture, with significant new releases from some of our favorite creators.
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Space talk, the fun way, with Dean Regas & Anna Hehman.
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