Ambriehl Crutchfield

Reporter, WVXU

Some Ohio public officials are eager to get the economy up and running, but some Cincinnati businesses are deciding to ease out of stay-at-home orders at their own pace.

If you visit an outdoor pool operated by the city of Cincinnati this summer, you'll need to schedule a reservation before arriving.

On April 1 Teasha Tennyson gave birth to a six-pound, five-ounce baby at Good Samaritan Hospital. She'd already had a less than ideal birthing process there with her first child.

Judy Friedman lost her employer-provided health care on April 1 after she was furloughed.

One in three women work at jobs that are deemed essential.

Farmers markets in the Cincinnati area aren't letting the COVID-19 pandemic stop opening season.

Cincinnati Health Department data shows African Americans have the highest confirmed cases of COVID-19.

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up a lot in our lives, including our creative drive. For some students, the motivation to stay mentally sharp in a home environment is a struggle. One Middletown High School English teacher has a solution for these creative blocks, whether you're an adult, teen or young kid.

With nearly 69% of the vote, Democratic candidate Fanon Rucker defeated his Democratic challenger Tuesday, setting up a high-profile fight against Hamilton County's Republican Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters in November.

It is a battle for one of the last corners of county government still in the control of the GOP in an increasingly Democratic county.

Greater Cincinnati's African American Chamber of Commerce and MORTAR are partnering to create a Minority Business Emergency Assistance Fund. The money is designated for minority and small businesses that are hurting because of the COVID-19 pandemic and need access to capital immediately. Funding can be used to fill payroll gaps, make rent and mortgage payments, as well as other bill payments.

For the last month, the Tri-State has been living under stay-at-home orders.

Hamilton County's prosecutor is launching a Crimes of Violence Against Women and Children unit.

As Cincinnati Public School parents and workers adjust to distance learning for the rest of the school year, the district's Treasurer Jennifer Wagner is planning for the next fiscal year.

Updated 9:13 a.m.

Cincinnati Public Schools will distribute learning packets at 23 meal sites starting today.

The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority will resume charging Metro and Access riders fares on Sunday.

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