Three months from now, an election will be held that could change Cincinnati for years to come. The upcoming mayoral election comes in the wake of compounding scandals which left City Hall shrouded in a cloud of distrust. Three city council members were arrested on corruption charges in the …
Applause ended President Joe Biden’s town hall, an hour-long event anticipated by many in Cincinnati, drawing supporters and detractors alike. The discussion encompassed a myriad of topics from foreign policy to COVID-19.
Several students from the University of Cincinnati will be attending Wednesday night’s presidential townhall at Mount St. Joseph University. At least four UC students have been selected to ask President Joseph Biden questions during the event, which is being moderated by CNN.
Federal prosecutors say they will not file criminal charges against a former University of Cincinnati Police Division (UCPD) officer previously accused of murdering an unarmed Black man during an off-campus traffic stop.
Prank calls are not unusual in the restaurant business, but last week these often-harmless jokes took a dark turn for Tea ‘n’ Bowl, an Asian restaurant in Clifton Heights.
- UC to purchase shuttered Corryville hospital building
- Man arrested after allegedly attempting to rob a Walgreens near campus
- Ohio lawmakers say universities cannot restrict free speech on campus
- UC Board of Trustees approve purchase of old dental office building
- UC Health administers first COVID-19 vaccines in the region
- UC officials announce changes in response to statewide curfew
- City officials want to reform police union contract but experts say change is unlikely