Columbus

The search for Cincinnati’s next police chief could be coming to an end soon. City officials say the list of more than 30 candidates has been cut to four. Interim police chief Paul Humphries is one of the candidates, along with deputy chiefs from Columbus, Mesa Arizona, and the NY/NJ Port Authority. Click here to […]

We did it. We walked 107 miles from Cincinnati to Columbus to create awareness and urgency for children’s health issues.  This 6th Annual walk is the brainchild of State Senator Eric Kearney and it’s remarkable to think he did it alone the first year. Wow! This walk was dedicated to create awareness of fetal/childhood stroke and […]

Watch the exclusive live broadcast from our state capital as our nation’s leader President Barack Obama discusses the details of his recent jobs plan and how it will impact our community from this point forward. RELATED LINKS: President Obama to Address the Nation President Obama Preparing $300 Billion Jobs Package What Is Obama’s Main Issue? […]

On May 13 2011, Ohio State Senator Eric H. Kearney began his 5th Annual four-day Children’s Health walk with special guest supporter (and our very own) Lincoln Ware. The big walk started in Cincinnati, Ohio and it ended in Columbus, at the Ohio Statehouse on yesterday. Does Lincoln look refreshed from this year’s walk? Now […]

Actor Charlie Sheen is on the move and this time, he’s headed to Ohio. His live show billed as the “Violent Torpedo of Truth” tour is already selling out all over the country, but this week, the former “Two and a Half Men” star has announced the addition of five more cities and venues where […]

Conversations on politics, government and the outcry from the general public have been circulating frequently this week as large gatherings have ensued all across the region. One of interest came this week as activist and leader the Rev. Jesse Jackson spoke in Columbus in an effort to rally Ohio teamsters. With the American race split […]

LINCOLN WARE INTERVIEWS ROLAND S. MARTIN National award-winning and multifaceted journalist Roland S. Martin paid a visit to the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area for a special trip to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC) for a recent lecture series to discuss the historical context of civil rights. The noted activist, commentator and on-air personality […]

It all started on twitter with #teamlightskin vs #teamdarkskin. Now club promoters have decided to make a party around it. The flyer reads “Most Anticipated Party of The Year” – the “Light Skin vs. Dark Skin Party.” We’re not so sure this is the most anticipated party of the year but it does have the […]

Columbus Ohio–  Jigaboos vs Wannabes? The flyer reads “Most Anticipated Party Of The Year” “Light Skin vs Dark Skin Party”. I’m not so sure this is the most anticipated party of the year but it does have the most controversial theme. Read why it sparked outrage and made national news.

All of Ohio has jumped at the opportunity to make an impact on our society as we continue our movement in an effort to stop the bullying everywhere. Help us maintain bully-free zones in your neighborhood.

Two of Ohio's inspiration stations are headed to the Stellar Awards this winter. Find out who's up for "Best Inspirational Radio Station" at the big ceremony.

According to the White House, President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama spoke to their largest crowd since Obama’s inauguration on Sunday night when addressing 35, 000 supporters at a rally on the oval of Ohio State University. See what you might've missed inside now.