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Investigation: Blacks, black neighborhoods most likely to be traffic stop targets in Ohio’s 3 biggest cities

Albert Cesare / The Cincinnati Enquirer

Jermiah Miller looks in his side view mirror on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019, in his Nissan Maxima SR at his residence in Colerain.

Interactive: How much are you overpaying in property tax?

Small business owner Sonya Staffan of Lebanon, Ohio. Photo by Ashton Nichols.

Why Did Utility Bills Go Up As Electricity Prices Went Down?

Marvin Fong/ The Plain Dealer

Lamp post illuminates on a shared space at the intersection of Cypress Ave., Landchester Rd., and South Hills Dr., in Cleveland, OH,Thursday, September 5, 2019.

Down But Not Out in East Cleveland

An East Cleveland fire truck sits on Marloes Ave. outside the fire station. The fire truck is from the early 1990s, bought from another fire department. September 10, 2019 (Gus Chan / The Plain Dealer) The Plain Dealer

360-degree video interactive: A journey to revitalization on an Ohio River tributary

Ohio River community bands together to slow runoff and add greenspace

Volunteers help ReNewport Executive Director Josh Tunning (far left) plant trees where they’ve depaved sections of the sidewalk in Newport, Kentucky. (Photo by Bonnie Jean Feldkamp/Eye on Ohio)

Ohio’s Guardianship Laws Leave Seniors Vulnerable to Abuse