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Matt Berninger's career change from advertising to musicMatt Berninger is releasing his solo debut, "Serpentine Prison," at age 49. But for the Cincinnati-born son of a lawyer and teacher, it's hardly his first unexpected career turn. Anthony Mason reports.
Saturday Sessions: Matt Berninger performs "Collar of Your Shirt"Matt Berninger was working in advertising in Cincinnati when he decided to turn his passion for music into his full-time job. He moved to Brooklyn, New York with friends and formed The National, the..
Joe Biden, after avoiding questions on court packing, says he is 'not a fan'"I'm not a fan of court packing but I don't want to get off on that whole issue," Biden told a Cincinnati television station in an interview.
Biden pitches bipartisanship at Cincinnati stopDuring a campaign stop in Cincinnati, Ohio, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made a pitch for bipartisanship, saying he was campaigning "as a proud Democrat," but would" govern as an American..
ESPN announcer Mark Jones says he will refuse police protection at college football gameESPN college football play-by-play announcer Mark Jones says in a tweet he will refuse police protection Saturday at the Army-Cincinnati game.
Are people really fleeing cities because of COVID? Not in Cincinnati and these other placesDemand for houses in the Cincinnati area is stronger in the city than the surburbs despite the COVID-19 crisis, a recent Zillow study found
Ohio police officer anonymously sues those who accused him of racist gestureA Cincinnati police officer has sued several people who have accused him of racist behavior in the wake of the protests earlier this summer.
'Supposed to be accepting': Ohio private school forces out Black children with locks, parents sayCincinnati's Zion Temple Christian Academy told a family that locks, a natural hairstyle for Black people, is not allowed at the school.
AP Top Stories August 16 PHere are the top stories for Sunday, Aug. 16: House Dems summon postal leaders to hearing on mail delays; Four killed in shootings across Cincinnati; Crews battle California wildfires amid heatwave;..
At least 18 shot, with 4 dead, across CincinnatiPolice in Cincinnati said Sunday that at least 18 people were shot and four killed as gunfire erupted in several places around the city overnight. Officials say the incidents do not appear to be..
Cincinnati, other cities look to Breonna's Law after Louisville bans no-knock warrantsLouisville has banned the use of no-knock search warrants, a step that could soon be followed by others, both in and outside Kentucky.
Cincinnati pitcher, former major leaguer Kevin Youkilis call for Marge Schott Stadium name changeUC's Nathan Moore has called for the school to change the name of its baseball stadium from Marge Schott Stadium. Kevin Youkilis lends his support.
Buddy the dog went with his human to a peaceful protest in honor George Floyd in CincinnatiBuddy the dog participated at a peaceful protest with his human in Cincinnati.
Twitter had a field day when FC Cincinnati tweeted a photo that was supposed to be Jaap Stam. It wasn't Jaap Stam.FC Cincinnati had the social-media savvy and good humor to go along with a momentary setback on Twitter regarding the newly hired Jaap Stam.
Tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, high winds threaten midwestern United States into ThursdaySevere weather is forecast Thursday across the midwestern United States, threatening cities including Cincinnati and Memphis.
The Americans defying Palm Sunday quarantines: 'Satan's trying to keep us apart'Her house sits on a tidy, peaceful suburban street outside Cincinnati. For the past few weeks, she has been doing everything right: sheltering at home and working out of her makeshift office to help..
Death, lies and uranium: How an Ohio man's mysterious disappearance in 1984 still haunts family, friendsIn 1984, a father of three disappeared while working at a mysterious Cincinnati plant. His family believes he was murdered.
Former Bengals Pro Bowler Willie Anderson calls media's Joe Burrow narrative 'garbage'Former Bengals offensive lineman Willie Anderson tweeted that he's tired of media stories that Joe Burrow shouldn't want to play for Cincinnati.
Teachers say students were 'terrified' during drill they thought was realEducators and students at a school in Cincinnati thought an active shooter drill was the real thing.
Ohio man calls police 25 times for help finding hoodie, is charged with felonyA Cincinnati man was arrested early Monday after authorities said he called police more than 25 times to get help looking for his lost hoodie.
Cincinnati passes plan to help renters pay security depositsCincinnati now has a law that gives renters the option not to pay a cash security deposit.
Smugglers tried to bring 3,700 invasive crabs through the Port of CincinnatiMitten crabs are a delicacy in Asia and sell for about $50 each in the United States, officials say. They are considered an invasive species.
Joe Burrow on Skyline Chili: 'Cincinnati's gonna hate me — I hate that stuff'Joe Burrow, likely to be the Bengals' top overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft — isn't hiding from saying he hates Cincinnati's popular Skyline Chili.
The Who Announce First Concert in Cincinnati Since Deadly 1979 StampedeThe announcement came on the 40th anniversary of the tragedy, which left 11 people dead.
'The Who' remembers deadly 1979 stampedeThe remaining original members of 'The Who' say they are still haunted by the deadly concert stampede that killed 11 people in Cincinnati in 1979. (Dec. 4)
The Who concert stampede left 11 people dead 40 years ago. Here's what newspaper coverage looked likeOn Dec. 3, 1979, 11 concertgoers were killed when the crowd surged to get into Cincinnati's Riverfront Coliseum for the Who rock concert.
Forty years later, concert tragedy rememberedForty years after a stampede at a Cincinnati concert for The Who killed 11, the victims are remembered. (Dec. 1)
Construction worker buried by partial collapse of Cincinnati building found deadAbout 30 hours after the search began, the construction worker buried in a partial building collapse Monday afternoon was found dead Tuesday night.
Building partially collapses in CincinnatiBuilding partially collapses in Cincinnati
29 people killed in 2 mass shootings in less than 14 hoursCBS News correspondent Janet Shamlian provides the latest on the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, and CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds reports from Cincinnati on his way to Dayton, Ohio, where..
Trump holds Ohio rally after democrats debate in MichiganAfter two nights of debates from the 2020 Democratic candidates, it's President Trump's turn to speak with voters, this time with a "Make America Great Again" rally in Cincinnati. Jeremy Pelzer, a..
Baby bearcat Univ. of Cincinnati's next mascotThe Cincinnati Zoo debuted the newest baby bearcat Friday destined to become the University of Cincinnati's next mascot. Zoo staff are asking visitors to suggest a name. It will be announced at the..
Cincinnati outlaws discrimination based on natural hairstyles associated with raceCincinnati is the second city in the country, after New York City, to pass a law making it illegal to discriminate against natural hair.
Searching for answers: A US lab in Cincinnati is seeking possible links between vaping and lung diseaseSixty scientists are working to crack the mystery of what's causing a mysterious lung disease in people who use vape pens and cartridges
Cincinnati upsets No. 19 UCF to give coach Luke Fickell a signature winBearcats coach Luke Fickell earned a signature win as Cincinnati upset No. 19 Central Florida 27-24 on Friday night.
'Your hair is your identity.' Natural hair discrimination could soon be outlawed in CincinnatiUnder the proposal, it would be against the law to discriminate against natural hair and natural hairstyles associated with race.
Breaking point? Cincinnati politician says to Bengals, 'Seriously, just go.'The thrashing the Bengals received at the hands of the winless Steelers Monday felt different, like a breaking point for some in Cincinnati.
Yum! The most talked-about dishes at USA TODAY and IndyStar's Wine & Food ExperienceIf you thought the IndyStar eats sound great, there are more USA TODAY Wine & Food Experiences this fall in Cincinnati, Louisville and Chicago.
Cincinnati-based consumer giant P&G's ads are getting political. Will that draw a backlash?In this hyperpartisan and politically tribal world, is the Cincinnati-based consumer giant P&G risking turning off consumers with social messaging?
Trump: The U.S. should be "very careful" about who's allowed in from the BahamasPresident Trump says the U.S. should be "very careful" about who is allowed into the country from the Bahamas. It comes as the Bahamian government struggles to house thousands of displaced people who..
Planned Parenthood to close two Ohio clinics after rejecting federal fundingPlanned Parenthood cited state and federal policy changes for the closure of two Cincinnati-area health centers.
Cincinnati's Kyriq McDonald appears to have seizure on field against Ohio StateCincinnati defensive back Kyriq McDonald appeared to have seizure during a play in the first half against Ohio State.