Cincinnati is the head-scratching Twitter capital of the Midwest, according to a new study. We spread trends as effectively as metropolises like L.A., New York and D.C., but nobody can say exactly why. CINCINNATI +1
A worker advocacy group published an audio recording of a 10-year, full-time McDonald’s employee making $8.25 an hour phoning a worker helpline called “McResources” and being told that she should apply for food stamps.
A new U.S. Census report shows that one in six Ohioans are living in poverty, which marks a greater portion than prior to the Great Recession; from 2007-2012, Ohioans’ median income fell by almost $4,800. CINCINNATI -2
A California Sriracha hot sauce factory is effectively macing all the people that live around it, releasing fumes that are causing burning eyes, throats and headaches. If that plant shuts down, hot sauce prices might jump and temporarily ruin ramen noodles for everyone. WORLD -1
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