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First Ohio Vax-a-Million winners announced

By: WCPO staff COLUMBUS, Ohio — Speaking during a press conference with Gov. Mike DeWine, the two winners of Ohio’s first…

Cincinnati children rush to get the shot

By Shannon Kettler Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Cincinnati Children’s has received more than 1,300 requests for appointments to give the COVID-19…

DeWine Visits African-American Chamber of Commerce touting Ohio’s Vaccination rate

WCPO Online News CINCINNATI — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine visited Cincinnati Friday to give an update on COVID-19 vaccination numbers.…

The Cincinnati Herald Podcast Episode 20

This is the 20th episode of The Cincinnati Herald Podcast. We discuss news that you can’t get anywhere else. On…

Mass Incarceration and Racial Justice virtual discussion is 2 p.m., Tuesday, May 25

By Cody Hefner Freedom Center  Communications Incarceration inflicts short- and long-term harms on the lives of those incarcerated as well…

Aftab Pureval Announces Comprehensive Affordable Housing Plan for Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — Today, Aftab Pureval released an Affordable Housing Plan – a comprehensive policy plan to ensure every Cincinnatian has…

Thousands of Ohioans sign up for Ohio Vax-a-Million

By: Larry Seward Hundreds of thousands of Ohioans sign up Tuesday for the state’s Vax-a-Million sweepstakes, a first-of-its-kind lottery that only…

Virtual discussions explore race relations 20 years after Timothy Thomas’s death

In the wake of a year of civil unrest and demands for social justice, four Cincinnati organizations are looking back…

The Cincinnati Herald Podcast Episode 19

This is the 19th episode of The Cincinnati Herald Podcast. We discuss news that you can’t get anywhere else. On…

Group asks City to invest some ARP funds in human services, housing

Contributed The Human Services Chamber has asked City Council to invest $75 Million of the $291 million it receives in…