At a brief court appearance Wednesday, a judge allowed Lori Loughlin to be released on $1 million bond and travel to the area around Vancouver, Canada, to work but otherwise imposed strict travel restrictions.
For the first time in five years, the Cincinnati School District will ask taxpayers to vote for a levy in November. This issue would support historic preschool partnerships and vital K-12 student services.
Republicans hate it while national polls show a majority of Americans don't want it, but for now, it's the law of the land. It's also a law that's been widely misinterpreted, either accidentally or by design.
The National Rifle Association has been around for well over a century, but did you know its roots as one of the most powerful political organizations in the country can be traced right here to Cincinnati?
If their votes matter to you, and if how they vote might impact how you vote in the next election, did you know you can track their votes along with every other Congressional lawmaker in the Tri-State?
Cincinnati's pension deficit is massive - $860 million with no clear-cut funding solution in sight. Utah Senator Orin Hatch is pushing legislation that would offer cities the option of privatizing pension funds through life insurance companies.
There are those today who wish to devalue Local TV to the benefit of national cable and satellite companies. Some are in Congress and some are large national conglomerates who simply wish to profit at the expense of local television stations such as us here at FOX19 in Greater Cincinnati. Here's how you can help save Local TV
Anchor Dan Carroll visited close to 30 different high schools and elementary schools in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana during the 2009-2010 school year, but now it's time to close the books on another successful year.
From Cincinnati Children's Hospital With summer ending and school underway, parents are transitioning from hearing their children moan about not being able to swim everyday, to hearing their child complain
CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Cincinnati Public Schools Interim Superintendent Mary Ronan has introduced an elementary initiative for Cincinnati Public Schools designed to ensure that all students enter high school
(COVINGTON, KY) -- After months of searching and subsequent interviews, the Covington Board of Education has named Lynda Jackson, a top administrator with the Covington public schools, as the district's