Northside resident reacts after another crash at busy intersection

Officials raid businesses in North College Hill in connection with county-wide sting

Realtor mistakenly lists home for $77 million

Baby giraffe dies at Columbus Zoo

Trade in your UC parking ticket with a toy donation

Germania society of Cincinnati holds Christmas market

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Fire destroys Springfield township home

Church collects 115,000 Thanksgiving meals

Man arrested after allegedly offering to pay family for sex with son

Honoring slain teen one year later, family thanking first responders

Charity project builds beds for Tri-State kids

Duke Energy: Power expected to be fully restored Sunday after ice storm outages

Brody Allen’s brother Andrew ‘doing well’ after 3 successful procedures

Andrew Allen is ‘doing well’ following three new procedures Friday, his father Todd Allen says.

Mark Wahlberg donates $20,000 to Buckeye Ranch

Mark Wahlberg donates $20,000 to Buckeye Ranch

  ‘Two-headed' deer killed in Ballard Co., KY

A “two-headed" deer was killed in Ballard County, Kentucky.

Watch out for storm clean-up scammers

Police are reminding residents to do their homework before paying someone to do repair or cleanup work after Wednesday night’s storm left damage across the Tri-State.

  NKY visitors bureau official charged with theft, accused of sending $3.8M in vendor checks

Deputies find meth lab in home basement, family had no idea

There’s still a chance to get tickets to sold out Hamilton shows

WATCH AND LISTEN: How to cook a turkey in half the time

Body found on tracks in Middletown

Police ID 27-year-old killed in Columbia Parkway crash

Get your branches and tree limbs picked up after ice storm

Cleanup after ice storm

Third autopsy results show ‘non-accidental’ damage to boy found dead in rolled up in gym mat

WALB has obtained autopsy results of the third autopsy done on Kendrick “K.J." Johnson.

NKY attorney charged with rape, human trafficking

A 50-year-old Northern Kentucky attorney has been indicted by a Kenton County grand jury for numerous sex crimes including rape and human trafficking.

Two local women live in Clermont County animal shelter to raise $50,000

WKRQ's Mollie Watson and realtor Monica Weakley spend 50 hours in animal shelter

Missing Covington woman found safe

A 71-year-old Covington woman who was last seen leaving her home on Monday has been found.

WATCH: SWAT team surprises boy at school, presents him with certificate of greatness

The Boone County Sheriff’s Department SWAT team made a surprise visit to a boy in school on Thursday.

  Ribbon cutting for renovated Union Terminal is Saturday Nov. 17

Ribbon cutting of Union Terminal

Pike County massacre: Hearing canceled for Wagner son

A custody dispute involving his daughter with one of the victims is a factor in the case, according to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine

‘River Queen’ loses power, briefly adrift on Ohio River

No passengers were on board

Officer shoots dog after it bites his hand

The officer was treated at the scene

Storm update: Power still down for several thousand

Duke Energy says some people could be without power for days as crews work on repairs from Thursday morning’s icy storm.

GRAPHIC: Woman survives CA mass shooting, loses home in wildfire

A California family lost its home days after their daughter survived the deadly bar shooting in Thousand Oaks.

‘A lie’: Homeless man, couple who started $400K GoFundMe for him charged with theft, conspiracy

The couple who started Bobbitt's GoFundMe in November 2017, Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico, also turned themselves in to authorities Wednesday.

Blue Ash YMCA opens doors as warming center

Duke Energy is still working to restore power throughout the Tri-State. In the meantime, the YMCA is leaving its doors open Thursday night to help those who have not had their electricity restored yet.

Multi-state drug trafficking scheme nets millions in cash, marijuana

Police said the marijuana was the most potent they've ever come across.

Multiple manhole covers explode off streets across Cleveland (video)

In three separate incidents, multiple manhole covers blew off Cleveland streets. Utility crews and firefighters are on scene downtown.

Northern California fire death toll reaches 63; Staggered evacuation plan questioned in fire’s aftermath

Questions are being raised after a fire-devastated Northern California town used a staggered evacuation plan to avoid gridlock.

Gregory Bush indicted on federal hate crime charges

The man who allegedly opened fire at a local Kroger store and killed two people now faces federal hate crime charges.

Ice storm knocks out Internet during Highlands High’s Spirit Week ‘Throwback Thursday’

Thursday’s ice storm knocked out power at Highlands High School and the middle school in Fort Thomas. Some parents, as you might imagine, were wondering why the kids were not sent home.

Trees down ‘everywhere,’ thousands without power Thursday

School delays surged Thursday morning. Another round of snow is on the way.

‘Andrew is doing very well’: Allen family shares some good news

Todd Allen took to Facebook on Thursday to share some good news about his son Andrew -- the family is looking to arrange his remaining surgeries so he can be transferred to a rehab facility.

PHOTOS: Ice storm beauty and devastation

Ice storm photos

‘Hee Haw’ host Roy Clark dies

A publicist said country star Roy Clark, the guitar virtuoso and singer who headlined the TV show "Hee Haw" for nearly a quarter century, has died.

Kyle Plush independent investigation results presented to City Council

Kyle, 16, died April 10 when he suffocated inside his minivan despite twice calling Cincinnati’s 911 center for help

Batesville police search for home burglars, encourage neighbors to look out for each other

The Batesville Police Department has been faced with a large spike in home burglaries dating back to late July.

Pike County suspect’s tattoo considered by some a white supremacist symbol

As George “Billy” Wagner III waived his right to an extradition hearing Wednesday afternoon, a tattoo on his left arm caught they eyes of some.

Clermont Co. grocery store employee diagnosed with hepatitis A

Clermont County Public Health announced an employee of a Clermont County grocery store has been diagnosed with hepatitis A.

Prosecutor: No criminal charges in Kyle Plush’s death

Kyle Plush died April 10 when he suffocated inside his minivan

Pike County grandmother charged in massacre cover-up freed on bond

Fredericka Wagner, 76, is the mother of George “Billy” Wagner III, who along with his wife and two adult sons is accused of carrying out the killings.

Ice closes bridges, slows commute in spots

Freezing rain has caused driving conditions to deteriorate

Woman charged with animal cruelty after 44 dead dogs found in freezer

The rescued dogs were treated by animal shelter workers and taken to regional shelters for fostering or adoption.

Elderly woman who used wheelchair unable to escape when family dog attacked

The three family dogs were taken into custody by animal control, which will determine what will be done with them.

GRAPHIC: Mom warns against vape pen after one explodes, leaving son with shattered jaw

A mother's warning tonight against vape pens. This after one exploded in her son's mouth, breaking his jaw in three places, knocking out many of his teeth.

How to turn off video game messaging so sexual predators can’t contact your children

Learn how to turn off the chat and messaging functions on popular children's video games. We also heard back from some companies on their safety policies.

Controversial pro-life display at Miami University vandalized repeatedly

What some consider to be a controversial pro-life cross display at Miami University in Oxford has now become a target for repeated vandalism.

Firefighters begin to see progress against deadly California blazes, as death toll rises to 59

The cause of the fires remains under investigation, but they broke out around the time and place two utilities reported equipment trouble.

Pike County massacre: Wagner family patriarch waives extradition

The prosecution of the suspects is expected to take years and be expensive

Prosecutor has been unable to unlock Kyle Plush’s cellphone, plans to return it to family

Prosecutors have been unable to unlock the phone of a boy who died tragically in his van earlier this year after making calls to 911, FOX19 has learned.

  Wagner family members arrested in execution-style murders of Pike Co., OH family

It is considered the state’s biggest and most complex homicide investigation.

Child custody battle was factor in Rhoden family massacre

Two-and-a-half years after the Rhoden family massacre in Pike County, six family members were arrested in connection to the crime that stemmed from a custody battle.

Foster care to forever family

November is National Adoption Month.

Bengals, Hamilton County agree on new music venue at The Banks

Cincinnati Bengals team officials announced Tuesday they’d reached an agreement with Hamilton County for a new music venue at The Banks.

Waynesville police make arrest following string of car break-ins

Waynesville Police are investigating a series of car break-ins and said they may be close to making arrests in the case.

Cincinnati prepared for forecasted wintry mix

Crews with the Department of Public Services are prepared to respond to a wintry mix forecasted to hit the Tri-State area overnight Wednesday.

FDA recalls blood pressure medication due to possible risk of cancer

The FDA advises consumers to continue using the medication until their pharmacist provides a replacement or their doctor provides an alternative treatment option.

Florida man arrested for ‘Mother of Satan’ bomb materials, sheriff says

Sheriff's deputies in Florida responded to the home of Jared Coburn, 37, on Tuesday, according to the office's Facebook post. Officers found jars of triacetone triperoxide, or TATP, a highly volatile white crystalline powder.

Dress up your front yard with the Hidden Valley Ranch inflatable bottle

The inflatable decoration is just one of many things you can buy from the Hidden Valley Ranch online store that was recently re-launched by the company.

Air Force pilot dies in plane crash at Laughlin AFB, TX

The Air Force T-38C Talon crashed at about 7:40 p.m. at the base. The injured pilot was taken to the hospital. The pilot’s condition wasn’t disclosed.

Wintry mix coming our way

Watch for slick conditions on your morning commute Thursday

Girl, 6, hit with stray bullet fired by security guard outside McDonald’s

The 6-year-old was able to take some steps and lift her injured leg after undergoing a three-hour surgery to get the bullet removed.

Family of FedEx employee killed in accident sues equipment makers

The family of a woman killed working at the FedEx hub is now filing a wrongful death lawsuit, but the suit is not seeking damages from FedEx.

Andrew Allen’s family thanks community, first responders for support

We're hearing from the family of the 19-year-old man who was hit by two cars, while crossing the street last week.

TIMELINE: Rhoden family murder investigation

Six members of the Wagner family were arrested in connection to the case Nov. 13, 2018. Four were charged with aggravated murder.

Police say active shooter situation at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital was a 'hoax’

A report of a female with a gun at Cleveland Clinic Medina Hospital turned out to be a hoax, according to Medina police.

Fiona to become star of the stage in “The Nutcracker”

Fiona to dance with "The Nutcracker"

Ohio bill would make controversial ‘double dipping’ illegal

The practice of retiring, collecting a state pension and then going back to work and collecting a paycheck at the same time has been going on for decades in Ohio and is known as double dipping.

Man sentenced for shooting at two Cincinnati police officers

A man who opened fire on two Cincinnati police officers without provocation, seriously wounding one of them, was sentenced to 43-and-a-half years on Tuesday.

Search continues for missing, dead in California wildfires

More than 8,000 firefighters statewide were battling wildfires that destroyed more than 7,000 structures and killed more than 40 people, with the flames feeding on dry brush and driven by strong winds.