Police asking for help from parents enforcing stay-at-home order

  OSHP troopers making sure kids don’t go hungry: ‘We still need to be here for each other’

County health officials release list of possible virus exposure locations

  DeWine extends school closures to May 1, reports 55 total deaths

  County-by-County COVID-19 tracker

  Meals on Wheels busier than normal during coronavirus pandemic

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  Kentucky governor announces largest one-day increase in coronavirus cases; 41 confirmed in NKY

CVG employee tests positive for COVID-19

  Health officials plead Butler Co. church to halt mass gatherings. Is a court battle next?

Police cancel statewide alert issued for missing Ohio man

Pastor of La. church charged, accused of disobeying governor’s order

  First COVID-19 death in Butler County reported by city official

  Hiring now: Companies have jobs to fill despite the coronavirus pandemic

Businesses are looking to hire more employees due to an increase in demand with the spread of coronavirus.

  Praying the Steps in Mt. Adams ‘on hold’ due to coronavirus concerns

Crowds have made the climb on Good Friday since the 1860s.

Two Jane Doe cases identified after more than 20 years

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost and Franklin County Coroner Dr. Anahi Ortiz announced the identities of the two women on Tuesday.

Diocese of Covington announces plans for online Easter services

The Diocese of Covington is adjusting its schedule for Easter to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Court to Cincinnati-area school district: Stop arming staff without police-level training

  Coronavirus cases, deaths will continue to rise in Indiana, state health official says

Husband now charged in Clermont Co. animal neglect, hoarding case

Bengals release Dre Kirkpatrick

  Health officials discuss projected coronavirus peaks, efforts to flatten the curve

Don’t let thieves snatch your COVID-19 stimulus money

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Tuesday, March 31

Here are the top COVID-19 headlines

Judges stop Ohio, Texas, Alabama from banning abortions during COVID-19 pandemic

'We cannot let anti-abortion activists dictate public health policy'

  Xavier athletes raise thousands for Freestore Foodbank on Go Fund Me

'It is incredible to see that we have people supporting us all over the city, the states, all of our hometowns'

  City of Cincinnati provides breakdown of COVID-19 cases by zip code

There are 37 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Cincinnati.

  Some Tri-State residents reporting significant hike in water bills

A few residents say their bills have doubled. Is the coronavirus to blame?

Cleveland man 3D printing masks and donating them to local hospital

Cleveland man 3D printing masks and donating them to local hospital

  ‘Extreme and devastating:' City furloughs 20 percent of workers, 1,700 employees

The furlough will save the city around $40 million over the next four weeks.

  Cincy rescue working to save pregnant cat that was shot in NKY

Rescuers say it isn’t safe to do surgery on the cat until she gives birth to her kittens.

  What should you take if you have coronavirus symptoms? There is some debate

The speculation is that one over the counter medication is better than the other to treat COVID-19 symptoms: acetaminophen like Tylenol versus ibuprofen like Advil.

  Here is how the $2.2 trillion rescue package can help you

The checks could be in the mail in a matter of weeks.

Family grieving after six siblings killed in Indiana house fire

All six siblings were killed early Saturday, March 28 in a house fire in Switzerland County.

  Ohio’s absentee-ballot election is unconstitutional, new lawsuit claims

The groups are asking a judge to prevent the state from “compounding the current public health crisis into a crisis for democracy in Ohio.”

  Second CPD officer with COVID-19 announced, third awaiting test results

All 3 officers are from District 3.

  Gov. Beshear issues order limiting travel from Kentucky to other states

With nearly 500 coronavirus cases in the state, Governor Beshear announced an executive order to limit travel from Kentucky to other states.

  Indiana plans for surge of coronavirus patients

As of Monday, Indiana has 35 deaths and 1,786 confirmed coronavirus cases

UC Health conducts in-house COVID-19 testing to inpatients

Patients can now be tested for the novel coronavirus in house at the Precision Medicine Laboratory located at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, said, health officials.

  Ohio Gov. DeWine extends school closures through May 1

In Ohio there are 39 confirmed coronavirus deaths, 1,933 confirmed cases, the governor said.

  UC medical students assist seniors amid COVID-19 pandemic

A group of about 40 medical students are part of a service program known as “Cincinnati + NKY COVID-19 Match."

Man pleads guilty in connection with child porn case police described as ‘worst they’ve ever seen’

William Bustillos was one of the two men who were arrested on several charges of sex acts involving children

  Macy’s to furlough majority of its 130,000 workers amid coronavirus outbreak

Macy’s says it will stop paying tens of thousands of employees who were thrown out of work when the chain closed its stores in response to collapsing sales during the pandemic.

  Girl Scouts calls on local businesses to buy nearly 50K surplus boxes of cookies

The impact of actions around COVID-19 have halted all direct cookie sales.

3 additional people die of COVID-19 in Indiana

Three more people have died in Indiana from the novel coronavirus bringing the total number of deaths to 35, Indiana State Department of Health said Monday.

  Hamilton Co. officials discuss 911 calls, protocols for EMS runs

In Ohio there are 29 confirmed deaths, 1,653 confirmed cases, 403 hospitalized and 24,376 people tested.

Police ID man found shot to death in East Westwood

No arrests have been made while police investigate

Longest living Cincinnati Zoo animal passes away at 50

According to the zoo, Samantha was the 6th oldest of the more than 360 gorillas in North America.

Taste of Cincinnati pushed to 4th of July weekend

Due to the spread of the novel coronavirus, the Taste of Cincinnati has been pushed from Memorial Day weekend to 4th of July weekend.

Spring Grove Funeral Homes to livestream funerals

The services will be free of charge.

  Cleaning, disinfecting to avoid COVID-19

According to the CDC, the coronavirus can live for hours to days on a variety surfaces such as copper, cardboard, plastic, and stainless steel.

  FDA gives full approval to Ohio sterilization tech with ‘life-saving’ potential

The machine allows 80,000 masks to be sterilized daily, and each mask can be reused up to 20 times.

Red Bike shut down to slow spread of virus

The spokesperson says Red Bike stations will be shut down overnight Sunday and will remain shuttered pending instructions from the city.

Ohio AG seeks info on Portsmouth attorney amid reports of sex trafficking investigation

Authorities searched Michael Mearan’s home, which he also uses as his office, in downtown Portsmouth office last week

Cincinnati police trying to identify robbery suspect

Police say the robbery happened on March 21 around 9 p.m. in the 800 block of Walnut Street.

NKY police department announces sudden loss of K9

Det served the Florence community for seven years.

WATCH: Neighbors line the street to sing happy birthday to 7-year-old

Jack was "nearly brought to tears" as neighbors lined the street to sing him happy birthday.

  45 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky; 3 more in NKY

While another 45 coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the state, Gov. Beshear said it was still a "fairly good day in Kentucky."

  ISP: All 6 victims in Switzerland Co. fire were siblings, youngest 10 years old

The fire destroyed a house in the the 9000 block of Lewis Drive early Saturday.

  Tri-State police, community come together to honor Springdale Officer Kaia Grant

The Springdale Police Department held a funeral procession for fallen officer Kaia Grant Sunday morning.

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Sunday, March 29

The latest coronavirus developments in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, the U.S., and the world

Smitherman calls for temporary closure of streetcar due to COVID-19

Vice Mayor, Christopher Smitherman, proposed to temporarily close the Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar.

Ind. State Department of Health reports 32 deaths, 1,514 positive COVID-19 cases

Another person has died in Indiana due to the novel coronavirus bringing the total number of deaths to 32, said the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH).

2 children, 1 adult, 1 firefighter injured in Madisonville fire

Two children, one adult, and one firefighter were injured after a fire occurred at an apartment building in Madisonville Saturday night, said District Fire Chief Nathaniel Cash.

  WATCH: Bagpipe serenade at NKY senior living facility caught on camera

A Tri-State woman wanted to show her mother how much she loves her -- and she did it with backpipes.

  Walton Mayor defends Facebook outburst on seriousness of coronavirus

The Walton, Kentucky Mayor says he probably could have delivered his message a little bit better, but it might have fallen on deaf ears if he hadn't.

  Procession route finalized for Officer Kaia Grant’s funeral — view here

The funeral for Springdale Police Officer Kaia Grant will take place Sunday, March 29.

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Saturday, March 28

The latest coronavirus developments in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, the U.S., and the world

Deputy shoots alleged home invader in Clermont County, sheriff’s office says

The sheriff's office says the deputy fired her gun after the suspect continued to approach her.

  First COVID-19 fatality reported in Northern Kentucky

The first person who tested positive for the coronavirus in NKY has died, according to NKY Health.

  92 new coronavirus cases reported in Kentucky

The 92 new coronavirus cases in Kentucky include several from counties in Northern Kentucky.

Trump approves Kentucky disaster declaration

President Donald Trump declared a major disaster existed in Kentucky on Saturday.

  Ohio Department of Health: 25 COVID-19 deaths confirmed in Ohio

Gov. DeWine says hospitals in Ohio have a shortage of PPE, includes goggles, gloves and face shields.

Homicide suspects in custody after I-75 chase ends in crash, troopers say

The two suspects are connected to a homicide being investigated by the Trotwood Police Department, troopers say.

Police ID 25-year-old victim in West Chester shooting

West Chester Police were called to the 6900 block of Lakeside Drive around 3:50 p.m on Friday.

Cincinnati police officer diagnosed with coronavirus, 2 others tested

The police department is taking immediate measures to decontaminate the police station and is implementing an alternative place for District 3 operations, the chief said

  5 juveniles, 1 adult killed in Indiana house fire

The cause of the fire, which killed five juveniles and an adult, is unknown right now.

Indiana health officials: 31 dead due to novel coronavirus

The Indiana State Department of Health, ISDH, announced Saturday that 290 additional residents have been diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.

KSP arrest woman in connection with fatal 2019 collision

Kentucky State Police arrested a 34-year-old woman in connection with a fatal accident that killed a 14-year-old boy in Kentucky.

  Protecting first responders from COVID-19

'Extraordinary emergency measures by the first responders are warranted and necessary'

  Truck drivers facing new challenges during pandemic: ‘We have to be out here’

As essential as truck drivers have become, the daily experience of being one is not what it was just weeks ago.