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Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Dan:

Cyber mistake: Cincinnati inadvertently posted employees' personal data online

City officials say the 'data incident' occurred when personal information was posted during a bid process for dental and vision insurance providers → Read More

Ohio Senate race: 7 Republicans, 3 Democrats face off in primaries to replace Portman

Seven Republicans and three Democrats face off today for the chance to replace retiring Sen. Rob Portman. → Read More

'Roe is dead': Ohio and Kentucky abortion laws preview a future without it

The landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision remains the law of the land for now, but that could change when the court rules in June on a Mississippi law → Read More

Cincinnati civil rights and community activist Carl Westmoreland dies at 85

Born in Lincoln Heights, Westmoreland became a force pushing for Black home ownership as a means to gain equality in racially divided America → Read More

Segregation in Cincinnati’s neighborhoods: A brief history

The history of segregated neighborhoods in Cincinnati is long and complicated. Here are some of the events that explain how it happened a → Read More

Political 'baggage' prompts Cincinnati archdiocese to pull sponsorship of men's conference

Concerns over the politics of Fox News commentator Raymond Arroyo and actor Jim Caviezel, who has promoted a QAnon conspiracy, were cited as reasons. → Read More

Stages of grief: A Bengals super fan accepts the result but not before she makes peace with it

Marsha Watts has lived and died with the Bengals since they arrived in Cincinnati when she was a little girl. On Sunday, she did it again. → Read More

Catholic archbishops in Cincinnati and Los Angeles make a Super Bowl wager

Ice cream and baked treats are on the line, but archbishops also ask Catholics in both cities to give to school fund during Super Bowl week → Read More

Bengals fans vs. Rams fans: A totally scientific study of who's the best

Sports fans love to argue. But can anyone truly know which Super Bowl team has the best fans? A (sort of) scientific look at what the numbers say. → Read More

Company linked to complaints about 'bogus' COVID-19 tests at work in Cincinnati

The Center for COVID Control operates at least five test sites in Greater Cincinnati, but health officials are investigating multiple complaints → Read More

A homicide detective speaks: 'Our kids are the scariest criminals'

Cincinnati Police Detective Takia Smith says the kids she sees are willing to risk it all to find a place among their peers. There is no bigger picture. → Read More

Final plan to consolidate Cincinnati Catholic parishes and schools unveiled. See the maps

After a year of planning and weeks of revisions, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati released the final maps for its consolidation of 208 parishes. → Read More

Cincinnati Archdiocese: Final plan for overhaul of Catholic parishes, schools coming Sunday

Archbishop Schnurr set to announce final version of Beacons of Light plan Sunday during homily at downtown Cincinnati cathedral → Read More

Voter turnout Tuesday in Cincinnati and Hamilton County is the lowest since at least the mid-1970s

Roughly 1 in 4 eligible voters cast ballots in Hamilton County and Cincinnati in Tuesday's election -- the lowest on record → Read More

Judges reject Mayor Cranley's bid to create a housing court in Hamilton County

Cranley and other city leaders had lobbied for years to create a specialized court to handle blight, foreclosures and other housing-related problems → Read More

Judge refuses to dismiss lawsuit claiming city tax break program discriminates against minorities

Black homeowners say Cincinnati's tax abatement program for home repairs and renovations makes the city more segregated and Black residents poorer → Read More

'Change is difficult': Cincinnati Archdiocese launches shakeup that reaches almost every parish

Known as Beacons of Light, the restructuring is among the most significant here in decades. Archbishop says the change is hard but necessary. → Read More

Big change is coming soon to Cincinnati's Catholic parishes and schools

Church officials will announce this fall the most sweeping reorganization of the archdiocese in decades. Parishes and schools may close or consolidate. → Read More

Vaccines didn't end COVID-19, but they're keeping people alive and out of the hospital

So far this year, vaccinated people account for less than 2% of Ohioans hospitalized with COVID-19 and less than 1% of deaths → Read More

As COVID-19 surges, conspiracies and chaos hit a small-town health department

Franklin County, Indiana, with one of Greater Cincinnati's lowest vaccination rates, is struggling with resignations and chaos in its health department → Read More