You've probably heard about Google's street view mapping, maybe you've even seen the cars driving around with giant, funny-looking rooftop cameras. Google is now taking that technology indoors here in Cincinnati.
If you work in downtown Cincinnati and drive home in the evening on southbound 471 get ready for delays next week or select another route for your commute.
Construction crews are ready to start work on resurfacing the Daniel Carter Beard, or Big Mac, bridge.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet spokeswoman Nancy Wood said that will mean ramp closures and restrictions on the Ohio side of bridge starting Friday at 7 p.m. Those this will continue through early August.
The Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors says the local housing market shows no signs of slowing down. Home sales continued a trend of reaching a 6-year high each month this year. They were up 18.8 percent in May compared to a year ago. Sales last month were up 17.7 percent compared to April.
The average selling price last month in the Cincinnati area was $175,750 versus $158,017 a year earlier, an 11.2 percent increase.
Tri-state kayak enthusiasts gathered early Thursday for the Sunrise Urban Float.
"This is the most fun event for me because when Paddlefest starts we are all working it," Lynette Jolicoeur of Ft. Mitchell said. Jolicoeur , who runs Flying Olive Kayak Adventures, joins her friends here to paddle a while then go out to breakfast.
Brewster Rhoads said that many of these veteran kayakers serve on the 50-member volunteer water safety crew during the yearly Paddlefest event. Rhoads' organization Green Umbrella is one of the sponsors of the Paddlefest.
These foreclosed homes in Evanston are decreasing area property values. Evanston is part of a pilot program where banks are held responsible for cutting the grass and taking care of the properties they own.
A new report released Thursday from RealtyTrac finds Ohio fourth on the list among owners who had vacated 167,680 foreclosure properties nationwide. Vacant foreclosures represent 20 percent of all U.S. properties in the foreclosure process.
Florida was first with 55,503, or 33%. Illinois posted the second highest total (17,672), followed by California (9,802), Ohio (9,723), and New York (9,173). The tenth largest metro area for vacant foreclosures was the Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor area.