Ambriehl Crutchfield

Reporter, WVXU

Your commute could be getting a makeover over the next four years.

Hamilton County's prosecutor is requesting that the Ohio Attorney General sign an aggravated murder charge for the killing of a Springdale police officer.

Journalists from The Cincinnati Enquirer newspaper and Cincinnati Public Radio's 91.7 WVXU shared resources to produce this in-depth look at how K-12 students are adjusting to remote learning amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.

On the last Sunday in March, a dozen Revelation Baptist Church worshippers are wearing royal purple accents as they bounce between aisles making sure the sanctuary is ready for its final day of service in the West End.

During the first Cincinnati Public Schools board meeting since Ohio Governor Mike DeWine first ordered schools to close on March 17 -- and then extended the deadline to May 1 -- the district laid out its updated plan for distance learning.

Covington commissioners voted unanimously to ban conversion therapy for LGBT+ minors this week.

Students wanting to enroll at Northern Kentucky University in the fall don't have to worry about taking an admissions test.

COVID-19 has put a halt on industries forcing Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky businesses to change how they operate and, in some cases, temporarily or permanently close doors. The quick shifts in state and federal mandates is causing many in the Tri-State to need unemployment benefits to get them through the pandemic.

The COVID-19 pandemic has touched all the lives of Tri-State residents and business owners. 

A Cincinnati DJ is keeping the party going despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fifth Third Bank is confirming multiple employees have tested positive for COVID-19. A spokeswoman for the bank says the employees are receiving medical care.

Content scheduling and green screens are usually things vloggers worry about for work.

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing some Cincinnati area organizations to reevaluate plans to reach out to undercounted communities for the 2020 census.

Updated 4:45 p.m.

The spread of COVID-19 is causing Ohio businesses in almost every industry to change how they cater to customers.

Updated March 23, 2 p.m.

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, UC Health, TriHealth and Mercy Health are enforcing new visitor rules in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with some closing select locations entirely. 

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