Saturday Morning News Update - The week in review - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

Saturday Morning News Update - The week in review

Good Saturday Morning

   New this morning - Check out for our 19 Mugshot Roundup.  There are some real interesting stories in this week's collection.

    New this week: Pass the Cash – we are looking for folks who want help in doing a good deed.  Watch the video – you'll get the idea.  Then send in your application which you can find at the bottom of the Pass the Cash page.

    We have new rss feeds - what are they and how do they work?  Answers here.

    Don't forget the app for your Android phone or your iphone.  You can take us with you this weekend and keep up to date with news, weather conditions, and sports scores.

  In case you missed them here are some of the top stories this week:

 Friday we investigated the local connection to a pair of suspects involved in a fatal police shooting in Arkansas.  You can see that story here.  

 And get complete coverage of the shooting itself from our sister station in Memphis.

LOCKLAND STUDENTS APPEAR IN COURT/CHARGES REDUCED: Several Lockland High School students were facing felony charges after caught inside the school during a senior prank.  They made their first appearance in court on Monday.  Thursday, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters announced a deal that would reduce the charges.

A Cincinnati Public School student has a college scholarship but can't get her high school diploma – Regina Russo reports.

Ehling Burroughs was at Club Ritz on Friday working to fill a petition to shut down the bar.  You can read his story here: FATHER OF MAN KILLED OUTSIDE CLUB WANTS FACILITY SHUTDOWN .   

Last weekend's murder prompted him to meet the media outside the club on Monday.   And then Tuesday the owner was called before city council

And a Hamilton County Judge said enough is enough at another bar: Perkins Lounge is shut down.

Milford's city council meeting was rocked by the resignation of the Mayor Tuesday night.   It was a case of small town politics taking the stage light away from the Kentucky Primary where Tea Party supported Rand Paul came out the big winner.

How safe are you at a hotel?  A FOX19 undercover investigation found that your safety depends a great deal on YOU.  Kim Holmes had our investigation on Wednesday.

Ryan Widmer's defense team went to work this week in Lebanon.  Here is a recap of the trial so far.

A Cincinnati Ballet dancer is fighting for a chance to stay in the US

There was a little excitement at the Jimmy Buffet concert Monday night.

Perhaps he didn't like my review of Monday night's event at Riverbend.

This weekend:  King's Island is open daily for the season.

                              So is The Beach Water Park.

Reds are in Cleveland tonight and Sunday afternoon to wrap up a three game series.

With temperatures in the 80's it looks like this could be the first summer weekend - so enjoy.

Thanks for all the kind emails about last weeks features.

Next Saturday -  several new upgrades to the FOX19 homepage, more news features, and a few new folks will make an appearance. staff


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