Joe Rosemeyer, WCPO

Joe Rosemeyer

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Past articles by Joe:

Oak Hills school levy goes down in flames

Voters overwhelmingly rejected a property tax increase for the Oak Hills Local School District. → Read More

River Road will (eventually) get new traffic signal near Fernbank Park, Cabana

A street linking the city's Sayler Park neighborhood to a popular restaurant, marina, brewery and regional park will get a traffic signal and crosswalk -- eventually. → Read More

FC Cincinnati stadium could hold up, or kill, Over-the-Rhine safety project

FC Cincinnati's stadium in the West End could hold up, or even kill, a long-awaited project to improve safety along an Over-the-Rhine corridor. → Read More

City moves to clear out another homeless camp in downtown Cincinnati

Cincinnati police served notices to people living outdoors near Third and Walnut streets, giving them 72 hours to remove their property from the area. → Read More

Did Kyle Schwarber get cheated out of Home Run Derby title?

Did hometown hero Kyle Schwarber get cheated out of a Home Run Derby title Monday night? → Read More

Cincinnati not the best or worst city to drive in, but review finds it's pretty unsafe

We probably don't need to tell you this: Cincinnati is not the best city to drive in. → Read More

Kevin Armitage: Miami University professor went to Missouri for sex with underage teen, feds say

A Miami University professor traveled to Missouri to engage in sexual activity with a person he believed to be an underage girl, according to a federal indictment. → Read More

FC Cincinnati plans 'world-class' training complex for Milford

The rumors of FC Cincinnati coming to Clermont County are true. → Read More

Over-the-Rhine street named for Cincinnati police officer killed 43 years ago

A street in Over-the-Rhine was dedicated to a Cincinnati police officer killed in the line of duty more than 40 years ago. → Read More

Why a heat wave can be so dangerous

It's just mid-June, and we've already had four -- and potentially five -- days in a row of 90-degree heat and oppressive humidity. → Read More

Hamilton County sales tax will go up through 2020, then expected to go back down

Hamilton County commissioners voted Monday to raise the sales tax rate by 0.2 percent. → Read More

Former Vice President Joe Biden coming to Cincinnati for Cordray fundraiser

Former Vice President Joe Biden will visit Cincinnati later this month to raise money for fellow Democrat Richard Cordray → Read More

Cincinnati 911 center: City's IT director to temporarily take over management of 911 center

Cincinnati's information technology director will on Wednesday take over day-to-day management of the city's troubled 911 center, replacing another leader who assumed control earlier this year. → Read More

Former Hamilton County jail boss Charmaine McGuffey sues Sheriff Jim Neil, office

The former commander of Hamilton County's jail claims in a federal lawsuit that Sheriff Jim Neil and his staff discriminated against her because she's a woman and because she's gay. → Read More

Man found dead at Cincinnati's Government Square died of alcohol poisoning, other factors

A man found dead at Government Square late last year died primarily from alcohol poisoning, though the cold weather and other health issues played a part. → Read More

Plan for Cincinnati's troubled 911 center focuses on technology, training and morale

An action plan for Cincinnati's troubled 911 center focuses on technology improvements, robust training and boosting employee morale. → Read More

Annie's Inner Circle: Why Cincinnati police are raising the alarm about an East End nightclub

Violent crime and an on-stage sex show: Cincinnati police explain why Annie's Inner Circle in the East End shouldn't keep its liquor license. → Read More

Streetcar blockages just getting worse, data show

Is the city doing enough to prevent cars and trucks from parking on the streetcar tracks? → Read More

More than 50,000 honeybees rescued from colony in Ohio garage

The Cincinnati Zoo and the owner of Morgan's Canoe teamed up to rescue them. → Read More

Thousands of honeybees rescued from colony in Avondale garage, given new home at zoo

The Cincinnati Zoo and the owner of Morgan's Canoe helped rescue more than 50,000 honeybees thought to have been living in a garage since the early 1990s. → Read More