Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters wants to investigate Cincinnati’s Metropolitan Sewer District following the release of a state audit Friday that found they made nearly $800,000 in improper payments.
Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry was released from a northern Kentucky jail yesterday after completing a two-day sentence. Henry pleaded guilty on Thursday to letting minors drink alcohol in a hotel room he had rented. That plea settled the last of his four court cases.
The dean of the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati is leaving to take a similar position at the Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester. Douglas Lowry has been
Testimony continues in a case that involves a man accused of a murder outside of a popular Hyde Park bar. Lonnie Webster is on trial accused of murdering Rob Pursley outside of Mulligan's bar in January.
After replacing the much maligned original grass surface at Paul Brown Stadium with new state-of-the-art turf, the Cincinnati Bengals are now asking the county to put up the money to pay for it. The Cincinnati
A Goshen man is behind bars for a dramatic early morning attack on a 15 year old girl. Police say that Jerry Lee Drusell attacked the girl after her parents left for work this morning. Drusell apparently
A woman who has accused a priest of impregnating her and then being forced to put the baby up for adoption has won an appeal in court. The woman, who is called Jane Doe in the case, alleges that a priest
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Governor Taft has pleaded no contest to ethics charges that he failed to report golf outings and other gifts. Taft was charged with failing to disclose 52 gifts -- including dinners,