Louisville Hops On Bandwagon To Sue Big Pharma Over Opioid Crisis

US | Anders Hagstrom
Homeopathic echinacea pills. [Shutterstock - Bjoern Wylezich]

‘We have lost a generation of people’

Woman Has Seizure After Botched Abortion At Unlicensed Planned Parenthood Clinic

US | Grace Carr
Demonstrators hold up placards during a Planned Parenthood rally outside the State Capitol in Austin, Texas, April 5, 2017. REUTERS/Ilana Panich-Linsman

Already 26 abortion clinic hospital emergencies this year

Couple Shooting Heroin Shut Down Interstate After Crashing Into A Truck

US | Steve Birr
A man injects himself with heroin using a needle obtained from the People's Harm Reduction Alliance, the nation's largest needle-exchange program, in Seattle, Washington April 30, 2015. The People's Harm Reduction Alliance launched its free meth pipe program, which is pioneering but illegal, in March after learning from its own survey that 80 percent of area meth users would be less likely to inject drugs if given access to pipes. The theory behind the Alliance's handout program is that giving meth pipes to drug users may steer some away from needles, which are far riskier than smoking, especially if the user is sharing with another person infected with HIV or hepatitis C. There is little scientific evidence to support that claim, but the Alliance, a privately funded needle-swap group run by drug users, said it has distributed more than 1,000 pipes in Seattle in a matter of weeks and could expand to other cities in Washington state and Oregon. Opponents say giving away meth pipes discourages quitting while wasting resources on an untested scheme that will not solve a city-wide health problem. Picture taken April 30, 2015. REUTERS/David Ryder

‘Continuous circle to keep the drug in your system’

Parents Nearly Crash Shooting Up Heroin While Driving With 3-Year-Old

US | Steve Birr
A man injects himself with heroin using a needle obtained from the People's Harm Reduction Alliance, the nation's largest needle-exchange program, in Seattle, Washington April 30, 2015. The People's Harm Reduction Alliance launched its free meth pipe program, which is pioneering but illegal, in March after learning from its own survey that 80 percent of area meth users would be less likely to inject drugs if given access to pipes. The theory behind the Alliance's handout program is that giving meth pipes to drug users may steer some away from needles, which are far riskier than smoking, especially if the user is sharing with another person infected with HIV or hepatitis C. There is little scientific evidence to support that claim, but the Alliance, a privately funded needle-swap group run by drug users, said it has distributed more than 1,000 pipes in Seattle in a matter of weeks and could expand to other cities in Washington state and Oregon. Opponents say giving away meth pipes discourages quitting while wasting resources on an untested scheme that will not solve a city-wide health problem. Picture taken April 30, 2015. REUTERS/David Ryder

‘Don’t have anybody to look up to’

Trump To Labor Unions: 'An Open Door At The White House'

Politics | Ted Goodman
U.S. President Donald Trump delivers remarks on U.S. transportation infrastructure projects in front of coal barges at Rivertowne Marina in Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S., June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

‘It’s time to recapture our legacy as a nation of builders’

Cincinnati Mayor Mistakenly Honors Cop Killer

US | Amber Randall
Cleveland Police officers on bicycles separate protesters near the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S., July 19, 2016. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart

‘Huge mistake’

Cincinnati Nightclub Shooting Leave 1 Dead, 16 Injured

| Ted Goodman
Police lights, Jaromir Chalabala, Shutterstock

No link to terrorism at this time

Babies Are Coming Pre-Packaged With Heroin Addiction

US | Steve Birr
A bag of heroin and drug paraphernalia are seen at an abandoned house in Ljubljana August 3, 2009. REUTERS/Bor Slana

‘Silent victims’

Descending Into Madness: Creepy Clowns, Paranoia And Real Dangers

| Susan D. Harris
Clown (Credit: Shutterstock)

We have every reason to be a very nervous and justifiably paranoid people who feel cursed by forces we can’t control.

Blacks Lives Matter Tries To Stop Police From Protecting School Kids

US | Amber Randall
People take part in a protest against police brutality and in support of Black Lives Matter during a march in New York July 9, 2016. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz

‘Resemble more of a prison then places of education’

Gorilla Case Prosecutor: Mother Would've Been Charged If She Was 'Smoking Crack'

US | Steve Guest

The gorilla is ‘still an animal. It does not equate human life’

THIS CAN'T BE RIGHT: Cincinnati Alleged To Be Best Big City For College Grads

Education | Eric Owens
WKRP YouTube screenshot/Shout! Factory

Presumably, the annual Thanksgiving turkey drop is a big draw. What else?

VA Appoints Two New Hospital Directors With Serious Scandals In Their Pasts

US | Jonah Bennett
David Shulkin, VA Undersecretary, being confronted about falsely claiming a bad VA employee had been fired. (Screenshot/House video feed)

‘He should be embarrassed to attempt to defend the VA’s lack of care to Daniel’

Man With Gun Saves Toddler From Lunatic With 2 Guns

Guns and Gear | Chuck Ross
Handguns are seen for sale in a display case at Metro Shooting Supplies in Bridgeton, Missouri, November 13, 2014. REUTERS/Jim Young

Patrick Ewing blocks mass shooting attempt

Ohio Mom Sues YMCA For Excluding Her Son Because Of Down Syndrome

US | Alexis Gulino
Getty Images: Panoramic Images

‘It’s a slap in the face to use Steven as a poster child and then deny him equal opportunities’

Cincinnati Man Just Wanted To Help His Neighbors And Got Beat Up In The Process

US | Alexis Gulino

‘I’m just trying to do the best I can for my people’

Cincinnati Streetcar Cost Estimate Kept Hidden For Nearly A Year

Business | Peter Fricke

Utility relocation for streetcar expansion would cost nearly $40 million, according to previously-undisclosed estimate

The Great Beer Amid Cincy

Sports | Scott Cook

$1 beer night a huge win with fans