Cincinnati

Cincinnati officer Rose Valentino was stuck in traffic right outside of a school when she was recorded using the n-word.

Singer Ronnie DeVoe donated school supplies and bikes to youth during a tour stop in Cincinnati.

Arin Gentry, founder of the As Told By Foundation, is using her nonprofit to make Black literature accessible to young readers.

She had no patience for thousands of callers.

Sam DuBose was killed in July of 2015.

Shirley Chisholm’s spirit is alive and well. The  first Black woman elected to the United States Congress, once said, “If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair.” This is exactly what Tamaya Dennard did at her swearing-in ceremony for city council in Cincinnati  on January 1.  Dennard brought an actual folding chair, see […]

A Cincinnati Enquirer's front-page story airing tax issues among Black city council candidates was met with condemnation by the NAACP.

Carl Conyers Jr., the son of Michigan Rep. John Conyers, was found safe in Houston, Texas, Friday morning after going missing on Tuesday.

A father in Cincinnati fatally shot his son after mistaking him for an intruder.

Samuel DuBose's 18-year-old daughter was named the head of his estate Thursday ahead of a possible multimillion dollar wrongful death settlement the family may receive after their father was fatally shot by a University of Cincinnati police officer.

The death of Samuel DuBose by the hands of  former University of Cincinnati officer Ray Tensing revealed some disturbing numbers about their traffic stops off campus. According to Fox 15, University of Cincinnati police force off-campus patrols have been terminated. The Law and Public Safety Committee approved the ordinance as stops dating back to Jan. 1, 2013 […]

Soon after Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters announced University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing would be indicted for murder in the killing of Samuel DuBose, his attorney claimed his client was disrespected during the hearing. According to Fox19, lawyer Stuart “Stew” Mathews believes Deters treated his client unfairly during the hearing, using labels like “murder,” “asinine” and “an execution.” He also says the […]