When app developer Mark Mussman started a
course to teach Cincinnatians how to build Android applications, he also
saw opportunity to help out LGBTQ youth experiencing or on the verge of
A long-held tradition for Cincinnati
parents is over, at least for now, as Cincinnati Public Schools has
suspended its policy of first-come, first-served enrollment for the
district’s in-demand magnet schools.
During a contentious city council meeting
on Aug. 24, Cincinnati City Council moved along one proposal for
amending the city’s governing charter, putting it on the November ballot
for voters to approve. But questions remain about whether four other
proposals will also find their way to the ballot.
Nurses at Department of Veterans Affairs
hospitals across the country, including one from Cincinnati’s facility,
are suing the federal government, alleging the VA coerced them into
working unpaid overtime monitoring an electronic health system.
A group funded by billionaire
conservative industrialists Charles and David Koch has jumped into
Ohio’s 2016 U.S. Senate race with a series of new ads bashing Democratic
candidate and former Ohio governor Ted Strickland.
Last week, Ohio Secretary of State Jon
Husted announced that marijuana legalization effort ResponsibleOhio had
succeeded in its push to collect the more than 300,000 signatures it
needed to put its proposal for a state constitutional amendment on the
For the past year, Reginald Stroud has
lived in a tucked away dead-end street in Northside. The building
he lived in at 1123-1125 Walnut St. also housed both his convenience
store and karate studio, which he says put him at the center of a
tight-knit community of longtime OTR residents.
Charles McClinon was in a tough spot in
2013 when he lost his health coverage. The 52-year-old Cincinnati
native, who has epilepsy, had returned to school in Chicago when the
medication he took for his seizures started affecting his short-term