Police say man has made habit of sneaking into gyms, taking things from lockers

Police say he has a history of hitting up various gyms around the Tri-State.

  Semi driver ticketed for illegally parking after fatal I-275 crash

1, 2, 3 strikes you’re out: Reds 150th Opening Day by the numbers

Why your iPhone needs to be updated now

Vice mayor proposes “Gang of Five” reimburse taxpayers

Warmbiers file motion to get $501M owed to them by N. Korea

Judge Crigler appointed as Boone County Clerk

  House fails to override Trump veto on border

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  Woman sentenced to 95 years for slaying of Purple Heart recipient & his daughter

Police seek help identifying man accused of inappropriately touching Children’s Hospital employee

Help Newport Aquarium become the #1 aquarium in the country

  Horse drowns in pond at Miami Valley Racino, officials investigating

NKU players accuse women’s basketball coach of bullying, abuse

Auditor issues findings for recovery against former police chief, village administrator

Police: Life-threatening injuries in icy crash that closed Winton Road

Temperatures were dipping into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens.

  Ohio woman tells police she didn’t stop during high-speed chase because she was late for work

It started with an Ohio trooper attempting to pull over a vehicle on I-77 northbound, and ended with multiple police cars smashed and a dramatic arrest.

Two male enhancement supplements recalled due to presence of sildenafil

The active ingredients in both supplements may interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs and lower blood pressure to dangerous levels.

Firefighter hurt in College Hill fire

The cause remains under investigation

Shooting victim turns up at Christ Hospital

  Graphic: ‘Spring-loaded D--- bomb’ sent to doctors office causes ‘emotional distress,’ lawsuit says

  Loved ones say goodbye to Mason family killed in wrong-way crash

Look for a cold morning

1-year-old battling neuroblastoma readies to undergo surgery on tumor

Man accused of drunkenly crashing car on train tracks smiles, waves in mug shot

  ‘I feel like I’m going to die’: Miami University student hospitalized and frat suspended amid hazing report

The Oxford Police Department received the hazing complaint three days after the event and is currently investigating.

  Though Mueller’s report has been completed, debate continues

Mueller's findings absolve Trump on the question of colluding with Russia but don't entirely remove the legal threats the president and his associates are facing.

Cincinnati firefighter sentenced for attack on Xavier students

Justin Bancroft, 28, pleaded guilty in March to two counts of attempted felonious assault.

GoFundMe for Eastlake man charged with assaulting alleged child rape suspect eclipses $30,000 goal

A GoFundMe account created for an Eastlake man facing a felony assault charge for the brutal attack on an alleged child rape suspect has reached the $30,000 plateau.

Road closures, parking tips for the 100th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

The annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade will kick off another season of Cincinnati Reds baseball this year on Thursday, bringing with it dozens of road closures.

Children covered in bugs, feces found inside home

Police were called to a home on Donald Drive on a report of children who were left alone.

  Father of 6-year-old Sandy Hook shooting victim dead of apparent suicide

A father whose daughter was killed in the Newtown massacre was found dead in an apparent suicide Monday morning.

Teen charged with abandoning puppy struck by train in Hamilton

A 17-year-old has been charged for abandoning a dog that animal rescuers are calling a miracle after he was hit by a train in Hamilton but somehow survived the incident.

Parole denied for NKY man convicted of killing parents, holding class hostage

Clay Shrout shot and killed his parents and two younger sisters in their northern Kentucky home in 1994.

White House proposes cap on student loan borrowing as part of Higher Education Act changes

Congress is in the early stages of reauthorizing the Higher Education Act.

  Undercounting hate: FBI will not report its hate crime numbers again this year as required by law

The Uniform Crime Reporting Act of 1988 requires federal law enforcement agencies to submit information about their cases to a federal database maintained by the FBI; however, those agencies are currently not submitting data, including information about hate crimes.

  Couple to spend rest of life in prison for sexually abusing young girls

The case came to light when one of the victims told Norwood police she was less than 13 years old when the abuse occurred

  Man charged with murder in shooting death of Lincoln Heights teen, police say

Police say 21-year-old Roosevelt Collier shot and killed Melvin Dean while he was sitting in a car in a driveway Saturday night.

Junkyard fire closes Kellogg Avenue for 4 hours

No injuries were reported

  Plane struck by lightning makes emergency landing at CVG

No one was hurt, an airport spokeswoman said

Ohio declares shelter pet as official state pet to encourage adopting animals from shelters

Thanks to Senate Bill 86 passing on Wednesday, animals waiting in shelters for their “furever” home have some “paw-some” news.

Dog found malnourished in Middletown is ready for adoption

A dog that was found a little over a month ago severely malnourished is now ready for adoption.

Morgan Freeman converts his Mississippi ranch into a honeybee sanctuary

The Oscar winner imported a total of 26 bee hives to the ranch and has planted bee-friendly Magnolia trees and lavender on the property.

Mueller report: Ohio’s two senators agree full report should be released

Ohio's two senators -- one a Democrat, the other a Republican -- agreed Sunday that the full report by special counsel Robert Mueller should be released.

A Northern Kentucky man parked to offer food to a panhandler. An officer ticketed him

A Northern Kentucky man was ticketed when he parked on the side of the road to offer food to a panhandler.

  Mueller report: Barr says Mueller finds no evidence of Trump-Russia conspiracy

Attorney General William Barr has given Congress the eagerly anticipated summary of the “principal conclusions” of special counsel Robert Mueller’s two-year Russia investigation.

Man wanted in Queensgate abduction

Police say Durrell L. Turner, 33, is wanted for an abduction that happened on Sunday at 1:34 a.m. on Linn Street.

Woman rescued from Ohio river Sunday

A woman was pulled out of the Ohio River Sunday, said the Cincinnati Fire Department.

Eastlake police comment on controversial child rape arrest

The response was posted to Facebook Sunday afternoon.

Ohio man speaks out after arrest for brutal attack on child rape suspect

Richard Adams said he witnessed a 17-year-old boy sexually assaulting a 5-year-old boy and just "snapped."

  Oxford family survives fire with help from neighbor

A fire broke out at a family home in Oxford Saturday morning while the family was asleep, according to the Oxford Police Department.

Governor Mike DeWine orders flags flown at half-staff for Ohio soldier killed in Afghanistan

One of the two soldiers killed in Afghanistan during a combat mission is from Lancaster, Ohio.

16-year-old in critical condition after being struck by vehicle

A 16-year-old is in critical condition after being struck by a vehicle in Westwood.

Kentucky man dies in two vehicle crash

A man died on Friday night when the motorcycle he was riding struck a car on Lanier Drive near Clifty Drive in Madison, Indiana.

Police looking for suspect involved in Clifton car theft

The Cincinnati Police Department is searching for a suspect who stole a car on Monday in Clifton.

  VIDEO: NC man records gibbon on the loose in Zootastic Park

The video shows several staff members trying to wrangle the slippery primate in several locations as guests looked on.

  Family searches for answers in loved one’s death: ‘If it was me, I’m telling’

The family plans on making a significant financial announcement Sunday.

Sunny, cool weather dominates Saturday

Friday night will be clear, cold and frosty with temperatures dropping into the upper 20s.

  Allegations of ‘deplorable’ hazing prompt Miami U fraternity suspension

All undergrads in the house are being moved into dorms while a formal investigation is underway.

In light of Gang of Five case, city informs employees of new texting policy

There is a new city texting policy for employees in light of a recent Ohio Court of Claims decision.

Eldest Wagner son asks to be moved back into solitary confinement

The eldest of the Wagner sons, George IV, made his third appearance in a Pike County courtroom two days after his mother Angela sat in the same spot.

All lanes of Columbia Parkway have reopened

Cincinnati City Council has declared the situation on Columbia Parkway an emergency

Ohio cuts funding for Planned Parenthood

Ohio's health department is ending grants and contracts that send money to Planned Parenthood after a federal appeals court upheld a state anti-abortion law that blocks public money for the group

Iowa keeps Big Ten perfect, rallies 79-72 over Cincinnati

Luka Garza scored 20 points, Jordan Bohannon made a three-point play during Iowa's closing surge, and the 10th-seeded Hawkeyes kept the Big Ten perfect in the NCAA Tournament by rallying for a 79-72 victory over No. 7 Cincinnati

Red Raiders win NCAA Tournament opener over Northern Kentucky

The 3rd-seeded Texas Tech Red Raiders won their NCAA Tournament opener Friday afternoon, topping 14th-seeded Northern Kentucky 72-57 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Nearly 3,000 piglets loose after crash in IL

If you have to travel toward between Casey and Greeup, you’re asked to use caution.

Great Lakes region warming faster than rest of US, climate change report says

A report compiled by 18 scientists shows that the Great Lakes and the surrounding regions are warming faster than anywhere else in the continental United States.

Man found guilty of fatal stabbing of DAAP grad, Art Academy teacher

On Wednesday, a jury found the man accused in the death of Corrina Mehiel, a former Art Academy of Cincinnati professor and DAAP graduate, guilty on all counts.

Gun safes recalled due to lock failure

A bolt malfunction can cause the safe to open without the use of a key or combination.

Bearcats pre-game show previews UC vs Iowa

Seventh ranked UC will face 10th ranked Iowa at 12:15 p.m. in the tournament’s round of 64.

  Shaquille O’Neal named new Papa John’s spokesman

The pizza giant issued a statement Friday morning announcing that the four-time NBA champion will join the company’s board of directors, invest in nine stores in the Atlanta area and “be an ambassador for the Papa John’s brand.”

2nd man dies from Sayler Park crash last month

Kevin Fritsch, 61, died Thursday at University of Cincinnati Medical Center

Troopers: School bus driver driving too fast in sun glare to see Rumpke truck

Trooper said they believe that Raymond Nies was traveling too fast at the time of the crash given the "obvious blinding glare from the sun."

Ezzard Charles Drive closed at Central Parkway until Monday

Local access for residents and businesses will be allowed via John Street

  Norwood Police hope to hire 5 employees by summer

Norwood police say they are short staffed

Canned dog food recall expanded due to elevated vitamin D

Consumption can lead to potential health issues such as vomiting, loss of appetite, increased thirst, increased urination, excessive drooling and weight loss.

AL high schooler accepted into 31 universities, awarded $1.1 million in scholarships

Hard work and countless hours of studying are paying off big time for Woodlawn’s High School valedictorian Benjamin Holmes.

Miami U frat suspended following reports of hazing

Miami University has suspended the Delta Tau Delta fraternity Friday afternoon following reports of hazing.

Hamilton shooting victim airlifted to hospital

It's not clear what led up to the violence, police said

Driver flees OSP in Camp Washington

No one was hurt

Arrest in South Fairmount homicide

Dylan Hurt, 23, is accused of gunning down Joseph Brooks, 43, in January

  Man accused of killing girlfriend: Victim’s family says abuse was hidden

A hardworking mother of three is dead and the man she loved is behind bars, accused of strangling her.

  Fresh eyes taking look at unsolved 1997 murder of Laney Gwinner

Alana “Laney” Gwinner’s 1997 disappearance and death captured the attention of communities near and far.