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.
Grandma was tough as nails. Generations later, a family discovers the reason why.
The death of Cosmic Pizza owner Rich Evans threw the lives of his wife and children into chaos. It also landed them in the arms of an extraordinary group of strangers.
The conventional wisdom had Michael Wehrung guilty of murder. That proved not to be so wise after all.
He was rich, brilliant, and as solitary as a hermit. Then Walter Sartory opened his door to a cleaning lady and her son. First he lost his moorings. Then he lost his life.