Man pleads guilty in connection with threatening students at Fairfield football game

  Man arrested in connection with fire at historic Jackson Brewery in Over-the-Rhine

  Rose Lavelle returns to Mount Notre Dame High School to celebrate national soccer team success

  Owner hopes to save ‘The Farm’ from auction block

  Woman killed in Avondale homicide was fun-loving and vibrant, family says

  Bloom & Grow begins Saturday at Krohn Conservatory

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Sheriff’s office identifies Indiana man involved in deadly crash

NKY man pleads guilty to soliciting sex from minor in online sting

  High-ranking Cincinnati police official sues city alleging race & sex discrimination, retaliation

OVI checkpoint announced for Butler County

Man sentenced for assaulting protester outside Trump rally

Kings Island announces Orion opening date, season calendar

Vehicle fire, 4-car crash closes EB Ronald Reagan Hwy near Ridge Road

It's not clear when the highway will reopen

  Wintry mix for some parts of Tri-State

Temps are in the 20s now with lows in the teens expected Sunday, Monday and Tuesday

  Annual #Kindflash clothing drive for needy this weekend

Volunteers across the Tri-State are teaming up this weekend to distribute thousands of clothing items to those in need

  Police: Juvenile shot in Forest Park

Police said they are investigating a motive

FC Cincinnati reveals details about garage, future developments around stadium

  ‘Squirrely’ suspect released into the wild after being busted breaking into home

  EdChoice: Top public schools labeled ‘underperforming,’ private schools to reap the rewards

Luke Bryan to kick off headlining 2020 tour in Cincinnati

  Warren County fifth grader wins National Geographic GeoBee competition, hopes to qualify for state

Cincinnati Zoo teams up with CincyShirts for Australian wildfire relief

  Trump’s trial begins, senators vowing ‘impartial justice’

The seven impeachment managers will try to persuade at least four Republican senators to demand new documents and testimony in the trial to prevent a rush to Trump’s acquittal.

Police: 2nd victim arrested in connection with deadly Mt. Airy stabbing

Officers found two stabbing victims when they responded to the 2500 block of Kipling Avenue shortly before 9 p.m. on Jan. 5.

Joe Burrow’s father: ‘If the Bengals draft him, he’s going to be happy’

Joe Burrow’s father Jimmy opened up about the likelihood of the Bengals taking his son as the No. 1 overall pick.

Boone Co. student arrested in connection with social media threats

Deputies say the teen posted the messages to his Snapchat Story on Wednesday night and admitted he made the threats because other students were being mean to his friends.

  Court docs: Former home health care worker indicted on new rape charges

The indictment states that the charges against Joseph Stanford, 49, involved one victim from 2011 to 2016.

Butler Co. businessman pleads guilty to felony assault charge in wife’s attack

Jeffrey Couch, 51, owner of Jeff Couch’s RV Nation in Trenton, was indicted March 12, 2019.

More locations, longer hours for food trucks in Covington

Covington has loosened its regulations governing mobile food vendors - aka “food trucks” - to let them operate for longer hours and at more locations in the city.

Ohio marks one-year anniversary of medical marijuana sales

The state says about 78,000 people have received physician recommendations and have registered with the state to use cannabis.

New Orleans police issue simple battery warrant for Odell Beckham Jr.

The New Orleans Police Department said it has obtained an arrest warrant for simple battery after Odell Beckham Jr. was seen in a video making contact with a security guard.

Military family’s credit card stolen while at Cincinnati Zoo

A military family that was visiting from out of town had a credit card stolen while at the Cincinnati Zoo.

Whitefield Academy defends decision to expel student after picture of rainbow sweater, birthday cake

Whitefield Academy is defending its decision to expel freshman student Kayla Kenney after a photo of the teen surfaced on social media showing her wearing a rainbow sweater with a colorful birthday cake.

US Marshals arrest Colerain Twp. shooting suspect

Rafael Johnston was arrested on an outstanding warrant for felonious assault.

  Independence man arrested on child porn charges

An Independence man was arrested by Kenton County police on child porn charges.

  Former Covington school employee accused of shaking baby found not guilty

Sheila Sandmann, 63, was found not guilty of misdemeanor assault

  Blue Ash police investigating fatal car fire; witnesses heard at least 1 explosion

Police arrived to find a body in a car on fire in Blue Ash.

  Man accused of killing 17-month-old boy to appear in court

The man accused of killing 17-month-old Nahmir Jacobs in July 2019 is scheduled to appear in court Thursday morning.

Child struck by a vehicle near Newport Primary School

A child was struck by a vehicle near Newport Primary School Thursday morning.

  Reds Caravan takes off Thursday

The 2020 Cincinnati Reds Caravan kicks off Jan. 16 and will travel more than 3,500 miles over three days.

  Hamilton officer, another man hospitalized after two-vehicle crash

The crash happened at the intersection of Court and Front Street in Hamilton around 6 p.m.

  Bomb threat leads to SWAT standoff in Hamilton, suspect in custody

The threat reportedly came after a chase that began in Hamilton County.

  House leaders march Trump impeachment articles to the Senate

The expected Senate trial will decide whether the charges against President Donald Trump of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress are grounds for removal.

  Court docs: Man charged with theft after police get DNA evidence from his beer can

The keen eye of a Cincinnati police officer caught the suspect throwing away some important evidence.

Council passes plan to help renters pay security deposits

Mayor John Cranley called the legislation, "one of the most creative and innovative ideas to come through council" that he has seen.

  City to consider $2 million netting beneath Western Hills Viaduct

"Two million dollars seems like a lot of money. But two million dollars to protect human life? It's cheap."

  Rainbow shirt and cake a ‘lifestyle violation,’ student expelled from private school

The private school claims the picture is the latest in two years’ worth of “lifestyle violations”.

Christopher Smitherman says he won’t run for Cincinnati mayor

On the anniversary of his wife’s death, the vice mayor says he wants to give his five children “as much love and attention as I can” and he says “running for mayor would make that impossible.”

  Kentucky man killed in motorcycle crash in Over-The-Rhine, family devastated

Police say excessive speed factored in the crash, which occurred in the 1100 block of Vine Street.

5 charged in $2.8M dark web drug trafficking, money laundering conspiracy

According to the 21-count indictment, since 2013, they used several dark web marketplace accounts and encrypted messaging apps in order to sell illegal drugs online.

Joe Burrow on Skyline Chili: ‘I hate that stuff’

Burrow said on the Pardon My Take podcast on Barstool Sports: "Oh, God. I hate it. Cincinnati's gonna hate me - I hate that stuff,"

  NKY teen pleads guilty to rape, sexual abuse

He pleaded guilty in court to one count of rape and three counts of sexual abuse.

  Meet Evan! St. Xavier welcomes facility dog for therapy

St. Xavier has added Evan, a 2-year-old golden retriever for therapy.

Boy, 9, in need of lifesaving service dog

A 9-year-old boy from Batavia with autism is in need of a life-saving service dog.

  Ohio bill would allow police to make traffic stops for cellphone use

'This legislation will address the significant danger caused by drivers who drive under the influence of their electronic devices'

  Dense Fog Advisory extended for parts of Tri-State

Heavy fog is still visible along Interstate 71 in the northern Cincinnati suburbs

Police arrest man accused of groping woman at Speedway in West Chester

Christopher Scott was booked into the Butler County jail overnight, sheriff’s officials said

  CVG celebrates grand opening of cargo hangar

A new cargo aircraft maintenance and repair hangar is now open and operational at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

  Former Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black picked as city manager in Stockton, California

He served as Cincinnati’s city manager from 2014 until he resigned in 2018 amid controversy and a public dispute with Mayor John Cranley

OSP: Semi fire closes NB I-71 in Clinton County for several hours

Traffic is being diverted off the highway onto Ohio 68

  Police: Cincinnati family springs into action, pulls driver from burning car

The driver is expected to recover, police say

  Warren County nonprofit dedicated to helping others now a target for thieves

Workers at Tabitha's Closet say a thief is stealing the very things people need most.

St. Xavier grad Luke Kuechly announces retirement from NFL

"I still want to play," Kuechly said in an emotional announcement video, "but I don’t think it’s the right decision.”

  Hit-and-run in Florence leaves man hospitalized, son says he’s lucky to be alive

52-year-old Robert Smith was in a crosswalk when he was struck by a car that did not stop to check on him.

Man pleads guilty to murder in OTR gunfight

Police said Green pushed his niece into the line of fire to save himself during a gunfight.

  Historical society scrambles as piece of history hits the auction block

The Barkshire home played a vital role in the Underground Railroad, but now it's in danger of being torn down.

  VIDEO: Suspects break in, steal hundreds from Springfield Township school

The stolen items include two virtual reality headsets and an Olive Garden gift card.

Kentucky Senate Bill 8 would require student resource officers to be armed

Sen. Max Wise said the bill was prompted by a debate in the state’s largest school district: JCPS.

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  Police look for vandalism suspects following a rash of graffiti incidents in Addyston

The vandalism includes at least one piece of graffiti that spells out "Satan".

Kentucky clinic given OK to apply for abortion license

If a new license is approved, the Louisville clinic would be subject to an unannounced inspection by state officials within three months.

Harley Dilly likely died the day he went missing and within hours after getting stuck in chimney, source says

Harley Dilly found dead in chimney of neighbors home. Apparently got stuck trying to gain entry.

  Missing Ohio teen, Harley Dilly, found in Port Clinton home’s chimney; death ruled accidental

Port Clinton Police say that the missing 14-year-old boy was found in an abandoned home in the town.

White House considers diverting billions more for border wall

The Trump administration plans to pull an additional $7.2 billion from military funds for the border wall.

  Treasure chests hidden in Harrison, more to be added soon!

You can treasure hunt for real gold - that you can keep - throughout Harrison.

Clermont Co. farm offering free weddings to military members

The are offering a ceremony in their 1800s rustic barn and a wedding officiant.

‘It is time to rethink the role of the FBI’: Ohio sheriff writes letter to Trump calling for shift of some powers to US Marshals

'I believe it is time to rethink the role of the FBI'

  Mason woman robbed at gunpoint by man in ski mask, police say

A woman said the suspect stole her purse and all its contents as she prepared to leave for work.

  VIDEO: Teen leads OSP on high-speed I-75 chase from Troy to Middletown

State troopers say they finally had to use a 'PIT maneuver' and stop sticks to bring his vehicle to a halt

  Boone County becomes Second Amendment sanctuary

The resolution protects the right to bear arms even if state or federal laws are passed restricting ownership or possession.