Spring football? Mid-American Conference, Miami postpone fall sports

Miami University and the Mid-American Conference are exploring options of playing a spring football season after the conference announced all fall sports would be postponed this year.

  Lebanon PM to introduce bill proposing early elections amid fury over massive blast

The blast claimed at least 154 lives, wounded more than 5,000 people and laid waste to the country’s largest port and nearby areas.
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  US hiring slows in July as signs of lasting damage emerge

The United States added 1.8 million jobs in July, a pullback from the gains of May and June and evidence that the resurgent coronavirus is weakening hiring and the economic rebound.


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  2 dead, 2 injured following high-speed police chase, crash in NKY

  Inside Look: Lakota schools prepares for fall return of students with safety measures in place

  Former orphanage employee indicted on sex charges against underage resident

Kentucky Education Association comes out against in-person classes to begin school year

The group wants Kentucky's schools to start virtually for all students.
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Remains of 9 killed in California Marine sinking recovered

The military has recovered the bodies of nine people killed when a Marine landing craft sank in hundreds of feet of water off the Southern California coast.

  World’s longest yard sale through Kentucky and Ohio this weekend

  Macy’s sued for gathering facial data of customers at stores

  Black-owned business owners pleased with support during COVID-19 pandemic

OHSAA announces HS football plan, continues public parry with DeWine over testing

  Hamilton County a ‘success story’ in Ohio’s fight against COVID-19

  9 adoptions, 5 families: One special day in Hamilton County court

  Test that came back positive for DeWine not widely used in Ohio — but that could change

Roebling Bridge will be closed for at least a week, officials say

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Ex-Angels employee charged in overdose death of Tyler Skaggs

Federal prosecutors say a former Los Angeles Angels employee has been charged with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl in connection with last year's overdose death of Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs.


Spring football? Mid-American Conference, Miami postpone fall sports

  High-school ADs await governor’s ruling on testing, contact sports

DeWine said Tuesday he wants to "wait and see" on the issue.


  New COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites open in Northern Kentucky

  Community rallies to end violence after East Price Hill man beaten to death

Victim identified in Cincinnati’s 60th homicide of the year

Time to register for virtual ‘Paddle for a Purpose’ is running out

Kentucky State Police raise over $16K for Special Olympics

The “Cover the Cruiser” campaign was created after the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run was canceled due to COVID-19.
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  Last-ditch virus aid talks collapse; no help for jobless now

A breakdown in the talks would put at risk more than $100 billion to help reopen schools, a fresh round of $1,200 direct payments to most people and hundreds of billions of dollars for state and local governments to help them avoid furloughing workers and cutting services as tax revenues shrivel.

Salvation Army, Walmart team up for annual ‘Stuff the Bus’ campaign

  2 dead in East Price Hill murder-suicide, police say

UC, Cincinnati State to hold virtual graduation ceremonies this weekend

  NKU students to begin returning to campus