City officials: Ride your scooter on sidewalks and you will be fined

Cincinnati officials are cracking down on electric scooters

  New brewery set to open in Mason

The largest start-up brewing company between Dayton and Cincinnati is set to open in late October. Sonder Brewing sits on 6.5 acres of land and is in the 8000 block of Duke Blvd.

If you’re ready for fall, take a gander at next week’s temps

Summer has had its grasp firmly on the Tri-State, recording 37 90-degree days or warmer.

Fosters needed for Hurricane Florence animal rescues

A Cincinnati animal rescue is taking in pets left without a place to stay by Hurricane Florence damage to their homes.

3 killed, others injured in Maryland shooting ; female suspect dead

Authorities say multiple people have been shot in northeast Maryland at a warehouse facility.

Police: Teens arrested in vandalism of Christmas decorations for boy with terminal cancer

The community is giving Brody Allen, 2, an early Christmas.

NKY man arrested on child porn charges

A Fort Mitchell man is facing charges related to a child pornography investigation, police say.

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ will reportedly join manhunt for Mansfield fugitive who threatened President Trump

Accusations against Christy include threatening to shoot President Trump and causing harm to the former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin.

Public defender charged with OVI, drug possession

Court documents show that police found Xanax bars in her purse.

Guitar exhibit opens Friday at Cincinnati Museum Center

Visitors will also get to play several guitars, including the largest one in the world, measuring at 43 feet long.

West Chester Hospital settles lawsuit with hundreds of former patients of fugitive doctor

Dr. Atiq Durrani was facing fraud charges when he fled to his native country of Pakistan.

West Chester Hospital settles lawsuit with hundreds of former patients of fugitive doctor

Dr. Atiq Durrani was facing fraud charges when he fled to his native country of Pakistan.

Bird scooters banned at Oktoberfest

Only strollers and wheelchairs are permitted.

Thief targets Covington cemetery ahead of 175th celebration

The people who run a historic cemetery in Covington reported that someone has been stealing off the property.

Parade, #TeamBrody T-shirts planned for boy tackling brain cancer

The 2-year-old is tackling terminal brain cancer, a devastating diagnosis the family received back in May.

City Council passes pair of downtown parking ordinances

On Wednesday, Cincinnati City Council passed a pair of ordinances which will change parking in several neighborhoods in and around the downtown area.

Dozens of St. Ursula students cut, donate hair

The hair donated Wednesday will be shipped to Michigan to be processed and made into wigs.

DeWine, Cordray go head-to-head in 1st gubernatorial debate

It’s a tight governor’s race in Ohio, and all eyes will be on candidates Mike DeWine and Richard Cordray as they face off in the first of three debates ahead of the November election.

Cincinnati gymnast shares story of abuse at hands of Olympic Team Doctor Larry Nassar

Everything changed when Amanda was 12 and she won Level 10 gymnastics.

Matthew 25: Ministries on their way to the Carolinas

Matthew 25: Ministries helping those affected by Hurricane Florence

Few details about Pike County slayings in autopsy reports

The bodies were all found the morning of April 22, 2016, with the shootings believed to have taken place hours before.

Mermaids return to Newport Aqaurium

For the first time ever, guests will get to explore the all new Mermaid Cove, where a mermaid can swim right up and meet them.

2 men plead guilty to stealing more than 70 firearms from gun stores

Two men pleaded guilty to crimes related to theft from gun stores in Ohio and Kentucky.

2 people get into verbal altercation before fatal crash, police say

One person was killed in an accident in Crosby Township on Wednesday, according to Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil.

Portage County man arrested for shooting his dog

Portage County man arrested for shooting his dog.

Bullied girls say to 'embrace your natural’ in new online video

A group of local students who have been teased at school because of their natural hair are now coming together to send a message that their hair doesn’t need fixing, but views of beauty do.

Animal advocates petition for change to honor dog they say died from abuse

The Humane Assocation of Warren County is petitioning for harsher animal cruelty punishments after taking in a dog they said was so abused it died.

Cincinnati bans electric scooters from sidewalks

Violators could be fined.

Local American Red Cross crews assisting in the Carolinas

Tri-State American Red Cross workers helping out in the Carolinas.

Northeast Ohio high school student earns perfect score on ACT

Rossi was named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist because of his academic accomplishments.

Police seek missing teen last seen Sunday

The Franklin Police Department is looking for a 16-year-old who was last seen on Sunday, Sept. 16.

Heinz announces new ‘Mayochup’

The company has announced that a new flavor, called ‘Mayochup’, will be coming to shelves soon.

Man used stolen credit cards for purchases around Cincinnati, police say

Cincinnati police are trying to identify a group of people involved in a theft and forgery incident.

Kings Island’s Halloween Haunt set to open Friday

It’s that time of year to get spooked at Kings Island.

Someone actually threw out a casket with the garbage in Akron and we know the story behind who picked it up

A simple trip through an Akron neighborhood on Saturday morning began a viral mystery into a casket left in front of a house for trash pick up.

Police investigating shooting in Westwood

Cincinnati police say District Three officers are on the scene of a shooting in Westwood.

Deputies seize 500 pounds of marijuana, 95 plants, 43 cats during bust in Ohio

Ohio deputies took a man into custody after raiding a home where a massive amount of marijuana, estimated to value approximately $600,000, was being grown and processed.

Power back on at UC medical campus, part of UC’s main campus

The reason for the outage is not clear

Matthew 25: Ministries heads to NC to help with flood relief

As of Tuesday morning, the death toll has risen to 32 after tornadoes ripped through Virginia.

Vandal hits Bengals bus used for tailgating, charity work

The owners of the bus, Jeff and Chrissy Lanham, open the bus doors at no charge. They serve drinks and cook up dishes in their special coffin cooler-cooker.

Out pattern: Browns trade receiver Josh Gordon to Patriots

Browns trade troubled wide receiver Josh Gordon to New England Patriots