Hannah K. Sparling, Enquirer

Hannah K. Sparling


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Hannah:

Ohio election: Cincinnati Metro’s bus tax passes

It's been 48 years since Cincinnati Metro's last successful levy. On Thursday, the bus system finally won. → Read More

Sex toy sales get a boost from couples staying home

With couples forced to stay at home, they've been buying a lot more lingerie and sex toys. → Read More

Stores are open in Ohio today. Customers so far are few and far between.

Early crowds are light as many stores are choosing to remain closed and many shoppers, it seems, are choosing to stay at home. → Read More

Was your small business hurt by the coronavirus? You could get $10,000 from Hamilton County.

The county has $5 million set aside for the loans right now, but that pot could grow as more businesses apply. → Read More

How our poop could help fight the novel coronavirus

Cincinnati’s No. 1 way to track COVID-19 could be our, um, No. 2. → Read More

Eden Park: Lake Drive could be closed to cars ‘indefinitely’

The drive has been closed to vehicles for several weeks as part of Cincinnati Parks’ response to COVID-19. Now, the park board is considering making the closure permanent. → Read More

Hamilton County taxpayers get a break – a short one – on real estate taxes

If you're struggling to come up with the money to pay your real estate taxes in Hamilton County, you have a few extra weeks. → Read More

Hamilton County had no primary winners until Wednesday a.m. Will there be a repeat in fall?

The Hamilton County Board of Elections took hours longer than expected to tally election results. Here's why. → Read More

Ohio primary: Cincinnati Metro will have to wait to learn bus tax's fate

It’s been 18 years since Cincinnati Metro’s last levy attempt. What’s another few weeks? → Read More

Here’s how the novel coronavirus could impact Cincinnati’s chance for a bus levy

Supporters of Cincinnati Metro’s levy, Issue 7 on the ballot, understand why the election was delayed. But still, it’s a tough hit to take. → Read More

Brooke Skylar Richardson’s family on CBS '48 hours' episode: ‘We were crucified’

Brooke Skylar Richardson's parents, Kim and Scott, said they have been stalked, threatened and vilified. → Read More

Want a job at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport?

The airport has a new website with job listings from more than 20 different companies. → Read More

Do you drive on Interstate 75 in Northern Kentucky? You may want to slow down.

Officers will hand out tickets for speeding, improper lane changes, tailgating and distracted or reckless driving, to name a few. → Read More

Bus levy or no? The Cincinnati Metro board should decide this month.

It’s been a recurring story for years with Cincinnati Metro: Will they or won’t they ask voters for a levy? We should get an answer this month. → Read More

New flight from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (plus, cookies?)

A once-defunct airline is re-taking to the skies – and bringing cookies with them. → Read More

Red-light deaths spike, a 'disturbing trend' on Ohio and U.S. roadways

In 2017, 939 people died as a result of driver running a red light. In nearly 65% of the crashes, the driver at fault was not the one who died. → Read More

‘Something needs to change’: Northern Kentucky is looking to redesign its bus system

In a five-year span, TANK lost 9% of its riders. The problem? Even as ridership falls, costs keep going up. → Read More

New terminal road opens at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport

Pay attention if you’re headed to the airport today: For the first time in about 30 years, the road to the terminals is new. → Read More

Trump arrives in Cincinnati for another big campaign rally

The president's fans waited in line for hours in anticipation of another raucous rally in Cincinnati, one of Trump's favorite campaign stops → Read More

President Trump: The rally is hours away. But crowds are already lining up.

Nine hours before President Donald Trump was expected to take the stage at U.S. Bank Arena, the line to get in the door was already more than 100 deep. → Read More