The city used Twitter to react to the I-Team investigation revealing not all 911 operators are medically trained.
Dying for help, some of those in need of urgent medical care are left holding the phone because dispatchers say when you dial 911 in the city of Cincinnati, it’s a game of roulette.
The House of Representatives saw their 2013 office budgets cut by the sequester, and here's how it could affect you and your ability to reach out to your elected representative.
The federal Lifeline program has grown by 400 percent since the government allowed tens of millions to get free cellphone service in 2008, in large part because phone companies heavily market the free service that other Americans subsidize.
The I-Team examines Kings Island inspection reports and follows state inspectors as they look over the rides before the park opens Saturday.
A multi-county drug task force at the center of an I-Team investigation will cease to exist at the end of March, but officials insist the move has nothing to do with an ongoing criminal investigation of the fired task force director.
A website that posts mugshots is forcing those who have a picture on the site that want it removed to pay up.
The I-Team checked under the “USDA Certified” sticker to find out if organics are really pesticide-free and if the process is as stringent as Congress intended.
What's the most dangerous bridge in the Tri-State? Experts say it's not the Brent Spence. A look at bridges classified as both fracture critical and structurally deficient.