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

Three suspects are in custody with minor injuries, Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said.

Crystal Rogers: FBI on day 3 of investigations on boyfriend’s family farm

Gov. Beshear: ‘We simply need to do better,’ 801 new cases of COVID-19 in Ky.

Gov. DeWine tests negative again for COVID-19 in PCR test

  Man announces sister-in-law’s pregnancy through Sonogram cutout at Great American Ballpark

VIDEO: Remains of Quinnyon Wimberly removed from Hard Rock collapse site nearly 10 months later; family speaks

Learning Grove childcare center asks for financial government assistance

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

16 new deaths, an additional 1,294 COVID-19 cases reported over the last 24 hours in Ohio

Sheriff: One dies in Boone County crash

FC Cincinnati announces 6 game season continuation slate

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Saturday, Aug. 8

  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

A Hamilton County grand jury indicted 41-year-old Anthony Springs on five counts of sexual battery in July.

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.

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

Front lawns are transformed into a picker’s paradises along US 127 Friday-Sunday!

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

The department store giant is accused of using facial recognition software to match faces with personal information on social media.

  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

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

Tests are free and no physician order is required.

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

A man was found lying in the street unresponsive and with a head injury

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

Officers responded to the 2600 block of Chesterfield Court early Friday morning

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

Paddlefest 2020 was scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 1 but was changed to a virtual event due to COVID-19

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.

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

It started Friday morning and ends Sunday

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

It was reported in the 2300 block of Maryland Avenue about 2:30 a.m.

UC, Cincinnati State to hold virtual graduation ceremonies this weekend

COVID-19 isn’t stopping area schools from creating alternative ways to conduct graduation ceremonies.

  NKU students to begin returning to campus

The move-in process for NKU students in the fall semester starts Monday, Aug. 10.

‘Daddy Lover’ convicted of trying to lure NKY child online for sex

The investigation leading to his arrest began as a police training scenario, prosecutors say

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Friday, Aug. 7

Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

Ohio tax-free weekend: What you need to know

This year will be different due to the coronavirus pandemic

  Gov. DeWine tests negative for COVID-19 on second, different test

First Lady Fran DeWine and other members of DeWine’s staff have also tested negative.

Crystal Rogers: FBI Louisville takes lead in case of missing mother of 5

Federal search warrants are being executed and interviews will be conducted in connection to Crystal Rogers’ disappearance as the FBI Louisville takes over as the lead investigative agency.

  Police looking for man accused of stealing pricey patio furniture

"You don’t steal things," the owner said. "It’s just common decency"

  Video catches Hamilton thief make away with man’s car in under a minute

The car holds sentimental value, and its owner is asking for whoever took it to return it.

  Warren Co. judge grants injunction against rules treating contact, non-contact sports differently

As long as COVID-19 can spread at any moment, the judge reasoned, it makes no difference how long the athletes are close together.

  DeWine awaits result of second COVID test, describes possible symptom

The result of a second COVID-19 test taken by the governor could come Thursday night

Motions filed seeking bond for Travis, Gregory McMichael in Arbery case

Separate motions were filed in court Thursday requesting bonds for Travis and Gregory McMichael.

Springoboro police searching for teen missing for more than a week

Police believe the teen could be in the Middletown or West Chester areas.

  Mason teen wins national service award for spreading acts of kindness through nonprofit

“No matter your age, no matter who you are, you can always give back"

  Pavilion at Cincinnati park vandalized with graffiti

This is the second instance of vandalism reported by the parks department this week.

  Local vet’s remains recovered 7 decades after death in WWII

PFC Frank Athon's was declared “non-recoverable” in 1949. But more than 70 years later, they're headed back home.

  Rampage through Wilmington ends with SUV stuck inside CVS, suspect flees

Multiple people were injured as a result of the crash.

Country star Kane Brown appears in selfie with employee at Virginia travel center

Angie Graves was working at the Subway at White’s Travel Center along Interstate 81/64 on Thursday morning when she spied country music star Kane Brown.

President Trump uses stop at Ohio Whirlpool plant to talk trade, economy

The stop in Ohio kicked off a weekend of campaign fundraising for the president.

  Gov. DeWine tests positive for COVID-19: ‘It’s a big surprise’

DeWine has no symptoms at the present time, according to the governor’s office.

  Gov. Andy Beshear extends mask mandate for 30 days

The governor says he will have additional guidance on Monday for bars and restaurants

Hamilton County out of the red for COVID-19

Hamilton County has improved from Level 3 (red) to Level 2 (orange) according to the latest update of the Ohio Public Health Advisory System.

6 injured after car crashes into Wilmington CVS

The Ohio State Highway Patrol is investigating after an SUV crashed into the entrance of a CVS store in Wilmington.

President Trump visits northern Ohio to tour Whirlpool plant, host Bratenahl fundraising event

If you would like to attend President Donald J. Trump’s fundraiser in Bratenahl, it will set you back at least $5,600.

Don’t wear masks, PPE you didn’t order, KY Homeland Security says

The Kentucky Office of Homeland Security is warning Kentuckians of a potential scam related to unsolicited packages from foreign countries.

  Permanent food pantry to open in September in Evanston

A local community group will move its pop-up food pantry to a permanent location this fall.

Ohio jobless claims continue to decline, latest figures show

Ohioans filed 25,952 initial jobless claims last week, according to statistics the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.

One airlifted to hospital from auto crash involving train in Butler County

Deputies and fire crews responded about 7:10 a.m. to the collision on the railroad tracks at U.S. 127 near Wayne-Milford Road, sheriff’s officials say

  Cincinnati Children’s introduces new COVID-19 anxiety app

A new COVID-19 anxiety app from Cincinnati Children’s is providing self-help tools to cope with pandemic-associated anxiety.

  UC to limit capacity at Nippert Stadium

If fans can attend games, tickets would be limited to season ticket holders and students on a priority basis with a maximum attendance of 25%.

‘Cram the Cruiser’ with donated school supplies in Lebanon Thursday

The event is presented by Neighborhood Bridges Lebanon, the Countryside YMCA and Lebanon Area Chamber of Commerce

‘We’re beaten’ Butler County bar closes with 10 p.m. halt on liquor sales

A Knight Game in Hamilton says the mandate took away the most profitable daily hours in a business that has always run on slim margins

Authorities search for driver in crash that hurt motorcyclist

The Jeep Wrangler has black wheels with chrome accents and a unique, all-black, flat roof rack

Broadway shows in Cincinnati rescheduled to 2021

Disney’s "Frozen" is still set to debut here in January

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Thursday, Aug. 6

Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

  March held outside Walmart where police fatally shot man holding BB-gun in 2014

The victim's father says more work needs to be done to change the systemic racism that led to his son's death.

US Coast Guard rescues 4 from Lake Erie after boat fire near Mentor

Four boaters jumped into Lake Erie after their boat caught fire Wednesday evening near Mentor.

  Mariemont furniture restorer discovers rare letters revealing secrets of atomic bomb

“I’ve never found anything of value, anything that would be considered rare... until this.”

Our children may be suffering from stress and anxiety as the school year draws closer in Ohio

For many, it was a summer without the usual perks of the season, and that disappointment followed a school year that had been cut short by the coronavirus.

Akron bartender relieved bars are closing earlier because late-night patrons have punched, screamed at staff for enforcing social distancing rules

Akron Bartender says she is relieved the bars are closing earlier because late-night patrons have punched, screamed at bartenders for enforcing the social distancing rules

Hamilton Co. Park Board changes course, won’t pursue 2020 levy

Great Parks of Hamilton County has decided against putting a 1.8 mill levy to the voters in November.

  Purple People Bridge art show features ‘fusion’ photography from local students

"I hope everybody can take a moment to just stop and celebrate our kids"

  Princeton’s hybrid fall plan limits schools to 50 percent capacity

Students will be split into two groups that will alternate weeks of in-person classes with weeks of classes taken remotely online.

  NKY candy shop in danger of closing, owners make plea for support

Hickory Dickory in Dayton, Ky. is on its last legs.

Kanye West files petitions to appear on Ohio ballot

In order to qualify to run as an independent candidate in Ohio, West will need 5,000 valid signatures from registered voters in the state.

Why you could hear more gunfire than normal in your neighborhood Thursday night

Cincinnati police will be testing a system through nine city neighborhoods spanning each of the department's five districts.

  Nearly a dozen dogs rescued from ‘infested’ Brown Co. home

"Nothing deserves to live in those kind of conditions"

  Milford School District announces fall plan with in-person classes

A Plan B exists if state and local health data take a turn.

  Business partners working to turn empty lots into backyard bar

The HUB is going to be partially about the bar inside the century-old building and also focus on outdoor experiences, one partner says.

Hamilton man indicted on charges of sex trafficking, exploiting teen

Malikai Willis is accused of sex trafficking and filming pornographic videos of an underage girl.

  Rumpke driver leaves surprise gift for three-year-old

Levi, who is three, loves to rush outside to greet his neighborhood garbage man, Mr. Rob, every Monday morning.