Ken Brown

Ken Brown

FOX19 NOW Reporter


Recent Articles by Ken

  New Stargel Stadium plays host to first football game

  Fairfield ordinance: Dog owners would need liability insurance

  Maineville mayor dies after being hit by pickup truck while on lawn mower

Milford couple celebrates rock-solid 50th anniversary

  Man accuses police of stealing his weed... and his dinner

  ATM stolen from northern Kentucky gas station

  ‘Pick up the cleats and get out of the streets’ event aimed at ending violence

  Driver arrested after leading police on chase in stolen truck in Cheviot

  Butler Co. parents pushing to get treatment for 3-month-old: ‘You have to fight for your child’

Butler County 3-month-old to receive treatment for genetic disorder

Marijuana plants discovered during aerial searches in NKY

Police: Man arrested in connection with theft at Walnut Hills auto repair shop

  Norwood police need help locating chase suspect

  Walnut Hills auto repair shop robbed, store now owes $15K

  Animal rescue fights against animal control for custody of 6 pit bull mixes

  Man eating lunch at Symmes Twp. restaurant helps save cook’s life

  Family watches bear eat, drink Coke out of trash can while vacationing in Gatlinburg

  Montgomery police chase ends with help from civilian

  Scammers targeting renters looking for affordable housing

  Video: Woman drives erratically in Northside, crashes into building

  Authorities release video of Northside chase that ended with crash, Taser use

  VIDEO: Punches thrown outside Trump rally in Cincinnati

  WATCH FULL: President Trump speaks at downtown Cincinnati rally

  Police release body camera video of officer shooting dog in West Price Hill

  Police arrest Pleasant Ridge serial flasher

  Remains of Cincinnati-area WWII soldier to return home after 76 years for funeral

  Summer heat can pose number of dangers for children playing outside

Fairfield company recalls batch of fully cooked crispy chicken breast strips

  Body cam video sheds light on 78 mph police chase through Lincoln Heights

  ‘You’d probably be amazed’: A look at the crimes that take place inside the Hamilton County Justice Center