If you missed “Facebook Live Friday,” no worries, you watch it right here! Happy Valentines Day! Today’s guest: Zola Stewart, the owner of Zola’s Place stops by. Eric Kearney calls in to discuss the article concerning The Port of the African American Chambers regarding the Millenium Hotel project. Today’s Plate: The main course was the […]

Construction workers say they’re being cheated out of a chance to work on the $54 million Millennium Hotel project in Downtown. That’s because The Port voted unanimously to skip the bidding process and award the project to a large popular contractor, even though a government entity is required to bid out big projects. The African […]

FC Cincinnati broke ground on its West End stadium more than a year ago, but a few critical pieces of the construction remain unclaimed. That’s why Mary Ossai-Charles and dozens of other subcontractors attended a community outreach event Wednesday night, each hoping to score late-phase projects such as painting, partitions, and audio-visual effects. “It would […]

You have to be 18 years old to run for election on Cincinnati’s city council, but this teen plans on filing the paperwork to run once he reaches that milestone next year. “People, they were like, ‘You’re running? Is that even legal?'” Jalen Alford said. Alford is 17 years old, but he says, don’t let […]

Community activists gathered Wednesday to try to figure out what they can do to help stop gun violence in the wake of a pregnant woman’s death. Dominique Lee was shot while riding in a car on Reading Road in Walnut Hills on Sunday. Lee died, but her child survived. “To allow things happening today in […]

Fourteen-year-old Walnut Hills honor student Diana Hutchinson will become the first-ever black actress to play “Annie” in the Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati’s production of the classic musical. It’s a role that’s close to Hutchinson’s heart, she said Wednesday. She’s grown up performing in church plays, watching her older sister act and admiring Broadway actresses Sutton […]

Tony Rankin, a U.S. veteran who found himself homeless in Tennessee after returning from a tour of duty, now lives and works in Cincinnati and has been given an unexpected opportunity to share his story of redemption with the world. Rankin was invited to the White House to meet President Donald Trump and to share […]

High school senior Lauren Gibson was shy before joining the Q-KIDZ Dance Team in the West End. “I didn’t really talk, and now I talk all the time,” Gibson said. “I have all these leadership skills, and it just helped me be a better woman in general.” Now, in her seventh year with the team, […]

Lamont Baldwin, a 54-year-old former school security guard accused of sexually abusing underage students at Princeton Middle School, did not speak Thursday night as he walked to the front door of the Cincinnati Police Department’s District 1 headquarters. Baldwin stepped inside to turn himself in and face 12 felony charges of gross sexual imposition against […]

A Springfield Township mother called police to report a man looking into the bathroom window while her child was showering. Police arrested a man they said was spotted running several houses down. Officers said the suspect told them he was using a cut-through coming back from the store, but police said the story didn’t add […]

Beth Shelburne, a reporter, and producer for WBRC-TV News in Birmingham, Alabama, has recently shed light on the story of a man who has spent the last 38 years of his life in prison for stealing $9. Willie Simmons was convicted of first-degree robbery and sentenced to life without parole in 1982. Simmons, an Army veteran, became […]

George Bredestege spent 28 years with the Cincinnati Police Department, and he has some stories to tell. The one he says he’ll never forget? That would be the day he says he spent on Martin Luther King Jr.’s security detail. Bredestege can’t remember the exact date King was in Cincinnati, though he says it was […]