Mason Rep. calls for resignation of Ohio Health Director Dr. Amy Acton

Person on moped injured during hit and run in Westwood

Cincinnati Pops ‘Red, White & Boom’ concert canceled

University of Cincinnati furloughs 360 employees

Last minute reservations still available for Indiana campers

  Gov. Mike DeWine announces outdoor visitation at some Ohio assisted living facilities

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CVS opens 34 COVID-19 testing sites in Ohio

  Red Bike returns with free rides for frontline workers, new fleet of e-bikes

Woman killed in single-vehicle rollover crash in Fairfield Township

$5M bond for man charged with murder in slaying of his grandmother in Mt. Washington

Necco Wafers are returning! Here’s where you can buy the classic candy

37 new COVID-19 deaths reported in Indiana

Man, arrested charged with child pornography crimes, sheriff says

Police arrested a man Thursday whom they say is involved in child obesity.

Xavier University to reduce long weekends starting fall semester

To reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus, the faculty and staff at Xavier University announced Thursday that they will reduce long weekends starting this fall semester.

Big Ash Brewing temporarily closing after employee tests positive for COVID-19

A brewery in Anderson Township is temporarily shutting its doors after one of their employees tested positive for COVID-19.

Ohio jobless claims top 1.2 million as lawmakers consider studying, reforming state unemployment system

Last week alone, Ohio saw more than 42,000 new jobless claims

27-year-old man killed in West End shooting

Beverly Hills Supper Club fire site slated for $65 million development with memorial

Thursday marks 4 years since Harambe’s shooting death at Cincinnati Zoo

  Neighbor warns family of fire, explosions: ‘I wanted to make sure they were OK’

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Thursday, May 28

  Investigators using DNA to solve ‘bizarre’ missing man case from 1986

  Break-in suspect lights fire, flees police, shatters cruiser window with head

The man forced his way into a Hamilton home in the middle of May.

Ohio Representatives introduce bipartisan bill to get kids back to school safely in the fall

Ohio Representatives introduce bipartisan bill to get kids back to school safely in the fall

New ‘Hunger Games’ book sells more than 500,000 copies

A decade after the “Hunger Games” series had apparently ended, readers were clearly ready for more.

  3 months after freak accident, Tri-State girl now able to walk on her own

"I felt like it was freedom that I haven't had for so long."

  NKY families sue Amazon contractors over construction complaints, ‘nasty’ issues

One of the attorneys representing the families calls the lawsuit a "last resort."

  With some schools struggling, UC sets record for summer enrollment

It’s the first time UC has seen more than 20,000 students in summer courses in its more-than 200 year history.

Nursing home advocates speak out against state bills that would allow legal immunity during pandemic

Nursing home advocates said the bills would strip away accountability when their loved ones need it the most.

Ohio reaches two-week low in current ICU visits, cases continue decline

Currently 885 Ohioans are hospitalized with COVID-19 and 313 are in the ICU.

  Coronavirus in Kentucky now in ‘decline’ phase, Gov. Beshear says

The recent numbers suggest Kentucky is now in the decline stage with the coronavirus, Gov. Beshear said Wednesday.

Beshear responds to news of effigy suspect’s termination from Kentucky auto dealership

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on Wednesday responded to the news of the man who was fired from his job after video surfaced that allegedly showed the man participating in a hanging effigy of Beshear over the weekend.

$650,000 raised for Downtown, OTR businesses through gift card match

More than 280 businesses benefitted from the program, 3CDC reports.

  Investigators offer reward in Middletown manhunt

The victim's mother previously called the shooting an accident.

YMCA Greater Cincinnati locations to open in June

Some locations will open before other but the YMCA says all Greater Cincinnati fitness centers will open in June.

  Hamilton Co. prosecutor announces death penalty indictment for accused cop killer

“We don’t seek the death penalty often but when we do... we do a good job at it,” Deters said.

OTR small businesses have until Friday to apply for relief grant

Those interested in receiving a grant from the OTR Small Business Relief Program must apply by Friday

Y’alls Animal Farm contactless experience opens for second weekend

Experience animals and circus performances without leaving your car

  Indiana reports 370 new coronavirus cases, 21 deaths on Wednesday

The state health department reports more than 300 new cases and 20 deaths on Wednesday.

Cincinnati State releases plan for fall

Cincinnati State has developed a plan for the Fall 2020 Semester.

  Mt. Healthy officer hailed as hero for rescuing woman from water

Bodycam video shows the officer found the woman lying face down in the water and he quickly called it in.

Busken Bakery giving out free mini cakes to 2020 grads

Grads can grab a free cake at Busken Bakery in Hyde Park

  Weekend weather makes perfect time for bike ride

Montgomery Cyclery Inc. President Eric Mueller says a basic tune-up starts with a good cleaning to remove dirt, oil and grease.

‘This was a tragic accident': Chief says 8-year-old boy was fatally shot when children played with gun

'Have there been any arrests? Was this a drive-by? I hear more information needs to be released that has not.'

  Krispy Kreme is giving away free doughnuts for 5 days in June

Krispy Kreme is extending its free doughnut giveaway promotion to give customers more opportunities to swing by and pick up a sweet treat.

  Cincinnati police, fire cadet summer programs in jeopardy due to budget cuts

The city of Cincinnati has a projected $91.4 million deficit in its 2021 budget due to impacts from the coronavirus pandemic, and more cuts are coming, city officials say

Butler County Fair canceled

The 2020 Butler County Fair has been canceled amid the pandemic.

335 inmates test positive for COVID-19 at Ohio federal prison

According to health officials, nine inmates at the prison have died from COVID-19.

Auto dealership employee fired for alleged involvement in hanging Beshear effigy

"The Neil Huffman Auto Group does not condone threats of violence in any form," a statement from Neil Huffman Auto Group said in part.

Kroger to offer drive-thru, walk-up COVID-19 testing site in Avondale

Testing for eligible patients will be held Wednesday, May 27 through Friday, May 29

1 dead, 2 others injured after shooting in Boone County

A fight that led to a shooting in Union killed one man and left two others injured, according to the sheriff’s department.

  Grandson charged with murder in slaying of 79-year-old grandmother in Mt. Washington

Officers found the victim dead when they conducted a welfare check at a home on Beechmont Avenue Tuesday night

Police investigate felonious assault in Springfield Township

Officers said they responded to a report of a stabbing in the 8300 block of Marley Street

Covington stabbing under investigation

Officers responded to the 700 block of West Pike Street about 12:30 a.m

  CPD officer posts video on social media defending police

"I am here to give a shoutout to the individuals that put it on the line"

  Man arrested on murder charge in President’s Day shooting

Mister Williams was shot on February 17 near Laurel Park.

  Covington restaurants back in full swing after reopening

Some restaurants say it's as if they never closed, with patrons coming back in spades.

  Body found of 5-year-old missing from Adams County campground

Authorities do not suspect foul play.

‘Shock’ probation denied in case of NKY visitors bureau official convicted of theft

Johnson is guilty of sending $4 million people who claimed to be vendors, though they were not.

  Tri-State virus survivor shares story during DeWine press conference

“When people complain about the discomfort of wearing a mask, I hope they never experience these external ventilators."

  Lawsuit alleging Cincinnati FBI agent violated ex-cop’s rights mirrors Michael Flynn case: court docs

'A government agency takes on the character of its senior leadership. Where abuses of power occur at the top, common sense and human experience leads to the regrettable conclusion that such corruption is liable to permeate the entire organization.'

  ‘Will not be afraid, bullied back down’ Gov. Beshear says in reaction to protests

Gov. Beshear reacted to effigy hung outside the Governor’s Mansion on Sunday during a 2nd Amendment protest.

City Councilman David Mann running for mayor in 2021

In a letter to donors, Mann says he is motivated to run in part by the pandemic.

  Man arrested for 2014 murder of woman gunned down in OTR

The 24-year-old victim was found in the middle of West McMicken Street in January of 2014.

  Gov. DeWine announces new response teams to test residents, staff in long-term care facilities

DeWine said there will be two parallel paths for testing in long-term care facilities.

  Six Flags announces new safety measures for when parks reopen

If you are planning a trip to Six Flags this year, you will need to know about the new policies the company has put in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

New details on search, disappearance of Madison Bell released by sheriff

According to the sheriff, the 18-year-old was unaware people were searching for her until police found her and told her.

  Coronavirus cases in Indiana surpass 32K total

The new cases reported on Tuesday pushed the state past 32,000 total cases.

$1.7 million federal COVID-19 relief grant to assist older Ohioans

The Ohio Department of Aging will use CARES act funding to assist seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic.

’Incomprehensible’: Police say World War I monument vandalized on Memorial Day in Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh police are investigating after they discovered a World War I memorial vandalized on Memorial Day.

  Matthew 25: Ministries handing out COVID-19 supplies at Blue Ash location

On May 27 and 28, Matthew 25: Ministries will be providing supplies to promote personal and public health

West Chester quadruple homicide trial delayed til 2021

Gurpeet Singh, 37, could face the death penalty if convicted

  BMVs reopen in Ohio: Here’s why you shouldn’t rush right out

At least one local location had a long line extending into the parking lot. We received a picture showing a large crowd at Lebanon’s BMV

5 Miami U students test positive for COVID-19, health officials now contact tracing

Health officials said it happened from May 8 – 16.

Coroner: Body of kayaker recovered from Warren County creek

Kathleen M. Lewis, 55, was missing just over 24 hours

  Coronavirus coverage: What you need to know for Tuesday, May 26

Here are the top COVID-19 headlines for Monday, May 25.

Here’s what’s reopening in Ohio on Tuesday

Ohio will almost be completely open by the end of the week

2 arrested in NKY SWAT standoff; third suspect still at-large

Police are still looking for a third suspect they say was involved in the robbery.

  Gyms, pools reopen across Ohio Tuesday

Gym-goers should prepare for a much different gym experience than before

Indiana DNR saves intoxicated man floating down flooded Blue River on raft

Indiana DNR posted on Facebook that an intoxicated man had passed out on a raft with a bottle of rum in his lap.