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‘So blessed’: Woman donates kidney to best friend after helping her heal from son’s death

After years of not taking care of herself, following her son's death to a drunken driver, a St. Louis woman went into stage 5 kidney failure, and her best friend decided to donate.

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FOX19 mourns loss of friend, coworker Rick Tenhundfeld to COVID-19

  Caught on Cam: Suspect shoots man’s dog in Hamilton

Kentucky’s first known UK coronavirus variants are from same NKY county

  Loveland community honors 7-year-old following his battle with cancer

  No business like sNOw business; snow removal companies adjust to mild winter

Snow removal hasn't been a big moneymaker in recent years in the Tri-State. But lawn care companies say that's okay.
  • National

Bernie Sanders’ mittens, memes help raise $1.8M for charity

The sum comes from the sale of merchandise with the Jan. 20 Agence France-Presse image of him sitting with his arms and legs crossed, clad in his brown parka and recycled wool mittens.

Cincinnati man sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexually exploiting toddler

  Middletown School District teachers, staff receive COVID-19 vaccine

  Mason Fire Dept. employee arrested for punching fire chief & police officer, court docs say

  Teenage girl dies after stolen gun goes off, sheriff’s office says

  Ohio’s curfew to change Thursday, governor’s office says

Bethel police chief on leave as departmental review faults his handling of protests

Not all heroes wear capes: Rumpke driver saves puppy left in backpack

Reward offered for man wanted in connection with several Cincinnati shootings

  • National

  Biden: ‘We can’t wait any longer’ to address climate crisis

The orders aim to conserve 30 percent of the country’s lands and ocean waters in the next 10 years, move to an all-electric federal vehicle fleet and elevate climate change to a national security priority.

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  UC, Xavier fans putting it all on the line for local restaurants in Crosstown ‘tip-off’

  Baseball gathers behind home plate to honor Hammerin’ Hank

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred, Hall of Famer Chipper Jones and former Braves outfielder Marquis Grissom were among those who spoke at the ceremony.

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4 southeast Indiana counties removed from state’s highest COVID-19 threat level

Tri-State girl battling brain cancer tests positive for COVID-19

Teen charged with felonious assault after shooting 13-year-old in West End

Cincinnati mayor announces members of anti-corruption panel to clean up council

COVID-19 vaccines continue ‘to be a challenge’ in Hamilton Co., commissioner says

According to the Ohio Department of Health, there are 65,148 cases and 455 deaths.
  • Coronavirus

  Virus will kill many more, White House projects as briefings resume

Administration experts began to host briefings that will occur three times a week on the state of the outbreak, efforts to control it and the race to deliver vaccines and therapeutics to end it.

Fountain Square ice rink to remain open through February

  Gest Street to remain closed thru Friday due to train derailment

  First Alert: Snow is coming

Wanted: Beer thief at Oakley Meijer