Former federal judge, NAACP stalwart Nathaniel Jones dead at 93

As a teenager in his native Youngstown, Ohio, Nathaniel Jones first heard the call of the NAACP, said our partners at the Cincinnati Enquirer.

  Dog adopted by Ga. man with similar paralysis after being returned 3 times

The paralyzed dog was repeatedly returned because his owners found his needs too tough to handle.
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  Florida man turns $500K home into technicolor nightmare

Paint is splattered all over the house, the roof, the trees, the lawn and even the mailbox.

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  Woman charged in child endangerment case missing from UC Medical Center, police dispatcher says

Company recalls ground beef in Ohio and other states due to possible plastic contamination

  1 dead, several injured in charter bus crash carrying CovCath students

Missing endangered woman from Paddock Hills found safe

  Waitress forced to Uber to work after car stolen from restaurant

Tiffany Johnson says she works hard for her money. She wonders why the suspect can't do the same.
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  3rd US case of new virus confirmed as consulate prepares to evacuate Wuhan, China

The new respiratory disease has sickened 1,975 people and killed 56, almost all in Wuhan.

  Local woman starts fundraiser to pay off school district’s lunch debt

Impeachment trial: Dems say oust Trump or he’ll betray again; ‘he is who he is’

Polar bear Anana to leave Cincinnati Zoo

  Man who served 10 yrs. for killing child in 2007 now accused of assaulting toddler, court docs say

  Dozens become US citizens after naturalization ceremony in Cincinnati

2-alarm fire reported at Burlington apartment complex

78-year-old man dies after two-car crash on I-74

Two plead guilty in ‘planned’ murder of Clermont County man

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U.S. soldier dies in accident in Syria

He’s identified as Army Specialist Antonio I. Moore of Wilmington, North Carolina.

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Joe Burrow eats ‘Steak Burrow’ at Jeff Ruby’s Steakhouse in Columbus

  NKY youth baseball league trying to find funds to replace storm-damaged dugouts

The Kenton County Youth Sports league has been quoted $3,000 to $3,500 per dugout to have the old wood structures replaced with chain-link fence.

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DOJ: Colerain Township man committed sex crime against young girl while on probation for different sex crime

  PHOTOS: It’s Fiona’s third birthday!

  Body recovered four days after house fire in Union, Kentucky

Mom diagnosed with breast cancer during pregnancy delivers baby boy

Grand jury convened in ‘Gang of Five’ criminal case

Councilwoman Tamaya Dennard is under subpoena to appear before a Hamilton County grand jury at 1 p.m. Tuesday, her attorney says
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  Trump lawyers argue Democrats just want to overturn election

The Trump legal team is expected to insist the president did nothing wrong when he asked Ukraine’s leader to investigate political rival, Joe Biden.

  Cincinnati council member served with grand jury subpoena in ‘Gang of Five’ criminal case

Rough morning commute

2 Cincinnati police cruisers struck on highways

  Moderate to heavy rain for morning commute