Cincinnati News

Butler County Strike Ends, No Resolution

Posted On September 10, 2014

(Hamilton, OH) -- Dozens of Butler County social workers are back on the job after a three-week strike. The Children's Services employees ended their walkout yesterday, despite not reaching an agreement with county officials. Union leaders say they owed it to the families they serve to leave the picket line while they sort out salary…

Mahogany’s Owner To Reopen Elsewhere

Posted On September 10, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- The embattled Mahogany's at The Banks will be on the move in the near future. The restaurant's owner announced yesterday plans to leave the riverfront development as soon as the new location is ready. Mahogany's is being kicked out of The Banks after a year filled with unpaid rent, loan defaults and…

Northern Kentucky Companies Adding Jobs

Posted On September 10, 2014

(Hebron, KY) -- Hundreds of new jobs are up for grabs in northern Kentucky. Customer management firm Convergys needs 500 people to staff its call center in Erlanger, while Internet coupon company Groupon needs 90 customer service workers. You can get more information on the jobs at careers.convergys.com and jobs.groupon.com.

Opening Arguments In Hunter Trial Today

Posted On September 10, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Opening arguments are scheduled this morning in the trial of Hamilton County Judge Tracie Hunter. A jury of eleven women and one man was seated yesterday, despite Hunter's claims that she could not get a fair trial in the county. Hunter is facing nine felony charges, accused of misusing a court credit…

Jury Selection Underway In Hunter Trial

Posted On September 09, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Jury selection will resume today in the trial of Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter. Attorneys began screening potential jurors yesterday, despite Hunter's claim that she can't get a fair trial in Hamilton County. Hunter is accused of misusing county credit cards and backdating court documents.