1 dead in shooting near OTR park

This comes after two people were killed in four separate shootings in the city since Saturday

Male hospitalized in Roselawn shooting

  City officials to offer more counseling, forums to try to end violence

  14-year-old shot in bedroom in Winton Terrace

Cincinnati Police investigating after woman’s dog fought off attacker

  Sheriff: NKY teen nearly kidnapped in high school parking lot by man she met online

Kentucky State Fair announces new policy for minors after weekend incident

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  Hamilton Co. priest indicted on 9 counts of rape

  'He was a free person, a happy person’: Man killed on Metro bus remembered

Officials trying to ID body of man found in Ohio River in Covington

Judge denies change of venue, dismissal of indictment motions for Skylar Richardson

Check out your back to school photos

  Locked Down: Inside the prison where inmates set each other on fire and gangs have more power than guards

Former Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson dies in motorcycle crash

Former University of Texas and Cincinnati Bengals running back Cedric Benson was killed in an overnight vehicle crash in Austin late Saturday night, the Austin Police Department confirms.

Bond set at $250,000 for man accused of making shooting threat to Jewish center in Ohio

The man arrested for allegedly making a violent threat to a Jewish center in Ohio on Instagram made his first court appearance Monday afternoon.

Police looking for Piatt Park shooter

Cincinnati police are looking for a suspect they said shot a gun and injured a man in Piatt Park Friday night.

$1 million bond set for driver in Taylor Mill crash that killed wife

Yakema Buckley, 39, of Independence, Ky., was under the influence of narcotics at the time of the crash June 5, officials say.

Adorable photo shows group of service dogs attending ‘Billy Elliot’ theater production in Canada

Suspect claims she is a ‘good mom’ after newborn son found on floorboard of Kentucky minivan

Woman identified in fatal Dearborn County crash Sunday

  Man accused of shooting NCHS student ‘turned fist fight into homicide,’ detective says

Beauty queen overcomes adversity to graduate from Fort Knox

Louisiana’s first female governor Kathleen Babineaux Blanco dies at 76

  Thousands head back to class at Cincinnati Public Schools

Enrollment increased by 4, 400 students over the last four years, district officials say

Skylar Richardson’s attorneys request change of venue

Her attorneys claim there has been a high level of pretrial publicity that would interfere with her having a fair trial

Crews respond twice to fire at abandoned house in Elmwood Place

No injuries were reported, and the cause remains under investigation

Caught on camera: videos circulate on social media following shot fired at Kentucky State Fair

Video after video have begun to pop up on social media regarding the confrontations between police and fair goers on Saturday night.

7th grade boy donates $15,000 earnings from Huron County Fair to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Western Reserve Schools is commending one of their seventh grade students for an act of kindness that is helping other kids his age in need.

  Black family reunion brings peace to community after summer of shootings

Family and friends gathered Sunday at Sawyer Park for the final day of festivities during the Black Family Reunion weekend event.

Justin Thomas takes BMW title, earns top seed for Tour Championship

The win in the BMW gives Thomas his 10th PGA Tour victory.

Body recovered from Ohio River in NKY

The body was found in the water near the Ludlow Bromley Yacht Club.

Police investigate armed robbery on Sycamore Street

It happened in the 4000 block of Sycamore Street.

Indiana lawmaker under fire for posting noose picture

An Indiana state lawmaker who posted nooses under a Facebook story about a black man pleading guilty is drawing criticism for using racist imagery

  17-year-old killed at Crutchfield Park identified

Springfield Township police confirmed Isaac Moore died following the shooting in the 6400 block of Simpson Avenue.

  Father shot, killed on way home from work while riding Metro bus

The bus was at the intersection of Dana Avenue and Reading Road.

  Formerly incarcerated man turns life around through chess

A man who was incarcerated when he was 14 years old for possession of a gun turned his life around three years ago to help his community through the game of chess.

  At least 2 people injured following shooting in Clifton

Officers say the suspect fired several of rounds. Close to 20 bullet shells were found when officers arrived.

16-year-old dies following West End shooting

The victim, Eric Shields, was transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he later died.

New Middletown Police arrest 20-year-old man who allegedly threatened Jewish community

The Anti-Defamation League is speaking out after a man was arrested by New Middletown police in conjunction with the FBI after allegedly making “a credible online threat to the Youngstown JCC and Jewish community.”

Plane carrying 153 passengers lands safely at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport after smoke fills cockpit

All souls aboard a JetBlue flight are saved after the plane had to make an emergency landing at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport when smoke filled the cockpit.

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

One local animal rescue is fighting against animal control for custody of 6 pit bull mixes after the dogs were locked in a kennel, fighting for their lives.

2 injured in Middletown house fire

A large house fire in Middletown left two people injured early Saturday morning, said Deputy Fire Chief Bent Dominy.

  ‘We will never get him back’: Family wants justice after man murdered in Spring Grove Village

His family said he was ambushed.

  Prosecutor: Cincinnati man charged in Lawrenceburg gentleman’s club robbery

Police are also trying to identify three males who are alleged robbery victims in this case

‘Easy Rider’ star and writer Peter Fonda dies at age 79

Actor Peter Fonda, the son of a Hollywood legend who became a movie star in his own right after both writing and starring in the counter-culture classic "Easy Rider," has died.

No tailgating ban to be strictly enforced during Riverfest, police say

The Bellevue Police Department said a no tailgating ban will be strictly enforced during Riverfest.

Little Miami River advisory lifted after sewer break repaired

The Warren County Health District has removed the advisory for the Little Miami River.

Video shows baby girl being struck, suffocated; Millbrook man arrested

A Millbrook man is facing charges after court records say he struck and suffocated a 2-month-old infant.

Former members of Ohio militia group plead guilty to conspiring to possess unregistered explosives

According to court documents, Ryan King and Randy Goodman were members of a militia group operating in the Southern District of Ohio.

‘I never dreamed of this’: Reds announce Hall of Fame, farewell tributes to Marty Brennaman

Marty Brennaman’s career as the legendary voice of the Reds is rounding third and heading for home.

Newport’s SkyWheel to break ground in September

SkyWheel will be 235 feet high compared to the 150 foot SkyStar wheel that currently sits on the Ohio side of the river in Cincinnati.

17 injured in Cincinnati-bound Greyhound bus crash on I-75 in central Kentucky

At least 17 people are recovering after a Greyhound bus bound for Cincinnati crashed on Interstate 75 in Rockcastle Co., Ky.

Springboro Schools superintendent placed on administrative leave

The announcement came Friday morning.

Juveniles stole Covington car with toddler inside, police say

Covington police say two juveniles were involved in stealing a vehicle that had a 22-month-old child inside Thursday evening.

Tyson recalling nearly 40,000 lbs. of chicken patties due to foreign matter contamination

The USDA classifies the health risk as "high."

  Cincinnati Public Schools accidentally release busing info for thousands of kids

Cincinnati Public Schools say they accidentally released the names, addresses and bus schedule information for 7,000 students

Threat closes Beechwood Independent Schools

Classes just began for the year on Wednesday

  Trooper-involved shooting in Middletown

The trooper and suspect went to separate hospitals

31st Annual Black Family Reunion this weekend

Events run Friday through Sunday and include a prayer breakfast, job fair, boxing tournament, live music and food

Here’s the location of Friday night’s OVI checkpoint

Patrols also will be stepped up nearby

Fire at Frank Lloyd Wright home in Clifton causes $100K in damage

No one was home or hurt, fire officials said

  Orion coming to Kings Island in the spring of 2020!

Orion, one of only seven giga coasters in the world, will be unveiled at Kings Island in spring 2020.

Migraine medicine could lead to life-threatening infection; recall announced

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Thursday, August 15 that a medication used to treat migraines was being pulled from shelves because continued use could lead to serious, life threatening infections.

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

Scott Byrdwell is a radiologist who was having lunch at The Silver Spring House

  Controversy heating up over sale of Confederate flag at Lorain County Fair

“As a veteran. I fought for this country, and as a wounded veteran I bled for this country.”

Dayton shooter’s friend will stay in jail

A U.S. magistrate judge Thursday ordered that Ethan Kollie be held without bond.

Teller’s of Hyde Park closing at end of August

They say it’s been an honor to serve the Hyde Park and Cincinnati community for the past 25 years.

Cincinnati zoo adopts new puppy companion for cheetah cub

They say he will be a body for Kris to snuggle with and will be able to teach her social lessons through play.

Hamilton Co. Sheriff’s Office deputy awarded for lifesaving actions

A Hamilton County Sheriff's Deputy was awarded for his life saving actions about a year ago.

  Akron newlyweds design arcade game for wedding ceremony

No garters, no bouquets, just a video game.

Roger Federer, Cincinnati’s Caty McNally lose at Western & Southern Open

Federer is not the only name big to the Queen City to end their tournament bid Thursday: Cincinnati’s own Caty McNally also played her last set in front of a large, hometown crowd.

  2 victims hit by police gunfire in Dayton mass shooting, died from shots by gunman

Harshbarger made this announcement while revealing the results of the preliminary autopsies performed on those who died in the Aug. 4 Oregon District shooting.

  New crosswalk technology aimed at protecting Cincinnati pedestrians

Right now, they’re focusing on students as they head back to school this fall.

US Bank Arena is changing names

The U.S. Bank Arena will be changing names and the building’s owner is seeking another naming rights sponsor.

Cincinnati-area pastor told juvenile victim God was speaking to him before committing sex crimes, Feds say

Official say Guerrero contacted the 17-year-old victim through the Facebook Messenger app, telling her he dreamed of her ‘dressed in white’ and ‘walking in a dark place.’

  Deputy honored for response that helped save lives during Fifth Third Center shooting

A Hamilton County Sheriff’s Deputy was honored on Thursday for his quick response during the Fifth Third Center shooting last year.

Have you ever eaten a pawpaw? It’s Ohio’s native fruit and it’s almost in season

Most people have no idea Ohio has an official native fruit, let alone it’s the pawpaw.

  Body found in Ohio River near BB Riverboats dock in Newport

Video shows the employee falling into the river between two boats around 10:30 a.m., Coast Guard officials said.

Crocodile swimming in Dayton-area creek killed by ODNR

ODNR Division of Wildlife had to put the crocodile down when it poked its head out of the water.

  Reds 150th Anniversary Legacy Project at the Bellevue Vets Complex

The Reds are giving back to the community of Bellevue in honor of their 150th anniversary.

  TSA stops passenger with a knife...shaped like a gun...trying to board a plane

Last week a passenger at Washington’s Paine Field tried to get through a TSA security checkpoint with a knife that was shaped like a gun.