Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley announced on Friday in a press release that he has tested positive for the Covid-19 virus after being exposed to someone positive within the week. Cranley says that he is fully vaccinated and had the booster shot, also states he is only experiencing mild symptoms. “Thankfully, my wife and son have […]

In an interview on the red carpet during the Big Game weekend Joe Burrow was asked lots of questions. One question was about who wants to play for, and his reply was, “I’ll play for who ever wants to have me, it’s an honor to be in that discussion.” Then he was asked, “even Cincinnati?” […]

Some believe that there has been a narrative that suggests African American leaders can’t thrive in Cincinnati, but others are fighting to change this. Last year the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber introduced The We Are Making Black History campaign. This campaign honors African Americans in different segments of the community, whom you may or may […]

Former Municipal Court Judge Fanon Rucker is throwing his hat in the race for a chance to challenge and take the spot of current Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters. Rucker will first have to take on former federal prosecutor Gabe Davis in the Democratic Party’s March primary and some people are liking his chances. According […]

According to sources, Cincinnati Police respond to an accident in Evanston on Blair, involving a car and a metro bus around 11:45am Saturday morning. Police say a chevy Malibu was headed northbound on Montgomery Rd when it crossed the center line and struck a Queen City Metro Bus. The bus riders were transported to UC […]

After a painful week of witnessing a battle for power in city hall, you’ll be happy to know the fight is over. City Manager Harry Black confirms resignation, after Mayor John Cranley offered him $393,000 for resigning,. According to Fox 19 Now, Vice Mayor Christopher Smitherman says that’s 18 months of pay. What are your thoughts? […]