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Cincinnati-area congress members wanted more people to lose health care in order to cut taxes for the ultra-rich. [Read More]
The seats are gone -- removed and sold. The large porcelain CINCINNATI GARDENS letters erected for the 1949 opening have been promised to the American... [Read More]
The University of Cincinnati's Advancement and Transition Services trained Aramark dining services employees on evidence-based practices used by job coaches to support workers with intellectual... [Read More]
Conductor John Morris Russel talks Fireworks Friday featuring The Cincinnati Pops. [Read More]
The Cincinnati Zoo's biggest star also got her own beer. ... [Read More]
CBS Sports brings you live coverage, scoring and stats for the MLB matchup between Miami Marlins and Cincinnati Reds on July 21, 2017... [Read More]
Two groups with opposing objectives planned separate rallies in Cincinnati for Saturday and Monday. [Read More]
CBB is swapping away undervalued equity and taking on significant leverage in exchange for two unattractive businesses. The acquisition deal was deliberately st... [Read More]
    Bowling pins, a bed of nails, hula hoops and bull whips — the Cincinnati Circus had all of this and more. The only thing... [Read More]
Video was supposed to help hold police accountable. But it hasn't lived up to much of the hype. When he saw the video of the... [Read More]
The ban comes after the death of Cincinnati native Otto Warmbier. [Read More]
The annual Wheelchair Games came to Cincinnati.        ... [Read More]
Princeton's new girls' soccer coach is Kyle Kosco, a 22-year-old University of Cincinnati student who already has quite the coaching experience        ... [Read More]
Jake Lamb hit a pair of three-run homers and Patrick Corbin pitched into the eighth inning during an emergency start on Thursday, leading the Arizona... [Read More]
The City of Cincinnati is no longer participating in the 29-year-old ReLeaf tree-planting program, but another organization Taking Root, has taken over. [Read More]
Athletes representing the Salisbury Veterans Administration Medical Center are competing this week in the 37th annual National Wheelchair Games in Cincinnati, Ohio. [Read More]
The Senate on Thursday confirmed a federal judge who once equated abortion with slavery, calling them the "two greatest tragedies in our country," and who... [Read More]
When Herzog Music opens Downtown this weekend, the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation will get one step closer to its dream of ensuring everyone knows... [Read More]
FC Cincinnati has a stretch of games against teams lower in the standings starting on Saturday. [Read More]
The Cincinnati Recreation Commission is helping folks escape the heat Friday by offering "Cool Centers" around the city. [Read More]