Like a spider monkey with a taser.
Rodney Harris is helping to raise the bar for the Hamilton County Public Defender's Office.
Hint: More than a 60-minute episode.
Cincinnati-area experts explain how they analyze crime scenes with a mix of high-tech and old-fashioned tools.
Since 1995, the Shakespeare Behind Bars program has quietly transformed the culture in one Kentucky prison.
Real weapons used in actual murders, handcuffs through the ages, even a stuffed police dog—you’ll find them all at the Greater Cincinnati Police Museum.
Hamilton County Coroner Lakshmi Sammarco on the new crime lab, the opioid epidemic, and Otto Warmbier.
A doctor with a drug problem and a sob story, a good Samaritan with cash on hand, and a chance meeting that became a public lesson in crime, crowdsourcing, and the limits of privacy in a big little town.
Everybody in Cincinnati knew Kate Bennett ran a house of pleasure at 297 Elm.
"America's First Serial Killer," H.H. Holmes, had a two-day stay in Cincinnati.