Sky Galley closing after decades of business

After decades of business and serving customers, the Sky Galley will be closing its doors.

UC places instructor who called COVID-19 ‘the Chinese virus’ on administrative leave

Walmart raising wages for about 165,000 workers

Cincinnati’s Oktoberfest kicks off Friday online and in-person

Bengals tight end C.J. Uzomah out for the season

'He won’ Cincinnati to pay police captain $70K to end federal lawsuit

Man indicted on murder, arson charges in fatal Westwood fire

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Officers seize $952K worth of cocaine found in emergency food pouches

Cincinnati Opera announces 2021 Summer Festival

Springfield Twp police chase ends in crash, search for suspects

  Chilly fall mornings, sweater weather this weekend

Bengals fall to Browns 35-30

  Parents of 2 children with SMA grateful for new treatment after years of advocacy

  ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris arrested on child porn charges

Jerry Harris, the star of the Netflix documentary series “Cheer,” was arrested Thursday on felony charges of production of child pornography.

  Volunteers needed for COVID-19 plasma trials at UC’s College of Medicine

The plasma treatment has been proven to be effective, but currently, the procedure is only done in hospitals, according to researchers.

  Lawsuit filed over development at site of Beverly Hills Supper Club fire

Some loved ones, survivors, and first responders, who were on duty that day, say no development should be allowed here.

  COVID-19 causing delays for families trying to get gravestones

Vine Street Cemetery is telling people a regular footstone will most likely take about four weeks longer than normal.

Mother pleads guilty to charges connected to drowning of infant daughter

  Kentucky bars hoping to cash in on extra hour during late sports

FedEx to hire more than 900 seasonal workers in Cincinnati area

  Tips, reminders for parents during Baby Safety Month

  Woman impersonated retirement community employee, stole jewelry, police say

Deadline for La. residents to claim IRS stimulus check is Oct. 15

  Man calling for help to keep school route safe, clean for kids

The man got permission from the school to maintain the path 10 years ago, but it's a hard task for just one person.

‘Enough of this’: Superintendent pleads for threats to stop after football players suspended

Brady Williams and Jarad Bentley were returned to active status on Tuesday after school administrators completed their investigation.

  Police search for suspect accused of robbing Wyoming utility crews at gunpoint

Drones were used to search the wooded area suspect, according to police logs, but he was never found.

President Trump to make stops in Dayton, Toledo areas next week

The “Great American Comeback Event” will take place in Swanton near Toledo, according to the campaign website

  Community members protest for Cincinnati Police shooting range to be moved

Almost every day of the week for hours at a time, residents say gunshots are heard throughout the community.

  DeWine announces school dashboard to track COVID-19 cases by district

On Tuesday, DeWine announced a new initiative to help Ohioans who are looking for a job.

Teen pleads guilty in death of woman at Hocking Hills

A teen will serve three years in juvenile detention for killing a woman at Hocking Hills last year on Labor Day.

2 men sentenced for having sex with Sycamore teen

Two men have been sentenced after authorities said they had sex with the same 14-year-old girl.

Traffic alert: Nightly closures at the Lytle Tunnel

The I-71 Lytle Tunnel will be closed during the overnight hours for regularly scheduled maintenance.

  KY Supreme Court hears arguments to decide legality of Beshear’s COVID-19 orders

Some businesses in Boone County challenged the governor's authority, resulting in the state's top court taking up the debate

  Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society in critical need for adoptions

The shelter is open seven days a week.

  Crash involving Cincinnati police vehicle sends 3 including 2 officers to hospital

Reading Road is open now after it was shut down for a few hours.

  Football players say carrying thin blue line, thin red line flags was to honor first responders, not make statement

Both players say they are surprised by the national response of support pouring in for them, but they insist on having the focus be on remembering first responders.

FOP president calls for city to remove Breonna Taylor banners

Several banners bearing Taylor's name were placed in downtown Louisville on Monday.

Man arrested in connection with shooting at Airbnb party in Pendleton

Airbnb recently announced the company is taking legal action against the booking guest who threw the unauthorized party against the company’s COVID-19 policy

  ’That’s not like Amber:’ Family of Middletown woman missing since ’16 pushing for answers

The leads in Amber’s case have been few and far between, according to her brother.

  3 people found dead in Avondale apartment identified

The bodies of two males and a female appear to have been there a while, police say

  Man arrested after person hit with his own car during carjacking, police say

Police say the man jumped into the car and tried to drive off.

  Family bonds run deep in Massie Township Fire Department

Of the 29 serving at the Massie Township Fire Department, 11 are female.

  Nearly 400 students receive shoes during Middletown event

Students received shoes and socks during the drive-through event on Wednesday.

  VIDEO: Virginia bus passenger robbed while having heart attack; suspect in custody

Video footage shows a man robbing an unresponsive GRTC bus passenger who was having a heart attack.

  Neighbors asked to come forward with information after Avondale shooting

One reverend says it takes the community to get involved to help stop the violence.

  Adoption fees lower to make room for homeless pets displaced by hurricanes

Local animal rescue offers special adoption fees.

Bethany House Services starting fundraiser to continue helping families

Staff members had to make costly changes when the COVID-19 pandemic began.

Gov. DeWine signs bill to prevent officials from stopping religious services

Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 272 into law which will prohibit any public official from closing places of worship in the state.

‘True Patriots’: Scholarship awarded to football players who carried police, fire flags on field

Holiday for Heroes offered the scholarship to Brady Williams and Jarad Bentley.

Oklahoma lawmaker planning legislation to classify attacks on police as hate crime

An Oklahoma state senator is planning to file legislation that would make attacks on police, first responders and military members a hate crime.

Breonna Taylor’s family settles with City of Louisville for $12 million, significant police reform

The family of Breonna Taylor and the City of Louisville have reached a $12 million settlement, WAVE 3 News Troubleshooters have learned.

Cincinnati Councilman Jeff Pastor misses meetings, requests privacy after family has ‘traumatic experience’

The announcement came after FOX19 NOW requested documents from the council clerk Tuesday showing Jeff Pastor's attendance since council returned from summer break

  Ky. father finds out he has stage 4 cancer after getting tested for COVID-19

The father is determined to make memories to give his son something to hold on to when he’s gone.

  Hamilton Co. discusses vaccination preparedness

Hamilton County discussed vaccination preparedness.

Big 10 reverses football decision

Games will begin the weekend of Oct. 23

Edgewood cancels all classes after student threatens to shoot up high school, sheriff say

The student is under arrest, Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones says

  Covington Independent Schools seek mask donations

The first day for in-person classes for Covington students is Sept. 28.

UPDATE: 10-year-old boy rushed to the hospital after being shot during apparent drive-by shooting on Cleveland’s East Side

A 10-year-old boy was shot in the back Tuesday afternoon on Cleveland’s East Side.

Retired LMPD officers say Louisville won’t heal until city leadership changes

Tuesday, the city of Louisville and the family of Breonna Taylor agreed on a record-breaking civil settlement, the largest ever paid by the city in an officer-involved shooting case.

Butler County trailer fire displaces 2 families

The cause remain under investigation

Breonna Taylor case: Where $12M settlement money is coming from

WAVE 3 News' legal expert breaks down how a settlement is reached before criminal proceedings are finished.

Attorneys for Breonna Taylor’s family want no less than 2nd-degree manslaughter charges against officers

Breonna’s Law was signed into law in Louisville in June, and though the city and family settled the civil case, Taylor’s mother said they aren’t back down.

  Middletown youth football team mourning after teammate’s death

The day after his death, his coaches and teammates took to the practice field, missing No. 4.

  Father, daughter create candy chute to keep Halloween safe during pandemic

The candy chute took about 20 minutes to make and thrown together with supplies from around the house.

  Chelsea Johnson’s family creating scholarship in her name as fresh eyes look at unsolved case

The money raised at the event will go to one or two local high school seniors in the form of a scholarship.

  UC doctors perform living donor liver transplant for first time since ’01

For the time since 2001, UC doctors performed a living donor liver transplant on a couple who lives in West Virginia.

  West End resident fed up with crime applauds creation of task force

Council Member David Mann says the West End Task Force will get the approval of City Council this week and work will begin work on it right away.

Pippen, Truffleshuffle leaving Cincinnati Zoo for the Sunshine State

Visitors still have the rest of the week to see the pair of manatees.

  Police investigate after anonymous letter claims $45K missing from youth football league

In the letter, someone claims some money was used in Las Vegas as well as withdrawals of thousands of dollars.

  CPS parent voices concern after school board’s decision on athletics

One parent, who talked to FOX19 Now, said not allowing spectators could hurt a player's chances of being recruited.

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Andrea Medina joined the FOX19 NOW team in April 2020 as a Reporter/Multimedia Journalist.

Reporter/Anchor Alison Montoya

Alison Montoya joined the FOX19 NOW team in October 2017 as a reporter. Alison is also the evening anchor of FOX19 NOW at 10 on Saturday.

  Man struck by his own car during carjacking in Colerain Township

Police say someone jumped into the car and tried to drive off

  Last call for KY bars, restaurants pushed back, Gov. Beshear announces

The governor explained this will allow people to watch sports that last late into the night.

  Middletown fourth-grader killed when bicycle hit pickup truck, troopers say

A spokesperson for the Middletown City Schools District says the boy was a fourth-grader at Miller Ridge Elementary School.

  Gov. Mike DeWine announces new program to help Ohioans find jobs

Last week, DeWine asked Ohioans to get a flu shot as soon as possible.

Coronavirus in Ohio: Parents sue health department director over K-12 school mask mandate

More than two dozen parents have sued Ohio’s health director over the state’s mask mandate for children in schools.

North Dakota farmers finish neighbor’s harvest after heart attack

Around 60 farmers in Divide County put their own harvesting on hold to cut 1,000 acres for a neighbor who suffered a heart attack after his combine caught fire last week.

  Football players' suspension lifted after carrying thin blue line, thin red line flags onto field

The school says the players were told not to do it, but they did it anyway.

  Hamilton County judge gets state recognition for program addressing school threats

Judge John Williams says the goal of the program is to keep kids in school and out of the court system.

Green River Distilling Company being revived at original location in Owensboro

After finding the property in ruin, it was restored and began producing in 2016 as the O.Z. Tyler Distillery.