A series of cases to be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court
involving Ohio and three other states could be the
definitive national moment for same sex marriage. Cincinnati is at the epicenter of that moment in more ways than one.
Cincinnati City Council April 15 passed a resolution asking the city
administration to draw up a report on possible funding sources for the
planning and construction of phase 1B of the city’s streetcar.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s campaign registered with the IRS a nonprofit
April 20 called A New Day for America, officially setting up the
fundraising organization for the Republican’s nascent presidential bid.
Twenty years ago, Eugene Johnson, Laurese Glover and Derrick
Wheatt were convicted of murder based on the testimony of a single witness. Now, thanks to nearly a decade of legal advocacy by the
University of Cincinnati’s Ohio Innocence Project, they’ve been granted a
new chance at justice.
Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters is down one Halloween costume after a recent magistrate’s that Deters must return a tiger suit
used by activists during last year’s Greenpeace protest at Procter and
The Ohio Democratic Party officially endorsed former Ohio
Gov. Ted Strickland in his campaign for U.S. Senate, tilting the party’s
primary further away from Strickland’s primary opponent Cincinnati City
Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld.
The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra has announced it will bring incredibly
popular Over-the-Rhine light show LumenoCity back Aug. 5-9. The event
will be a lot different this year, however, at least when it comes to
Imagine a classic 1920s storefront window
complete with mannequins posed in their finery. Now imagine a new type
of display — a space filled with buzzing drones, giant 3D printers and
announcements of the latest medical breakthroughs.