Cincy girl battling stage-4 brain cancer wants to spread hope, positivity

House burns down in Crosby Township

FC Cincinnati’s Darren Mattocks facing two felony charges in Pennsylvania

KSP: 1 dead in single-vehicle Pendleton County crash

Man fires shot with stolen handgun during foot pursuit in Lincoln Heights

Tony Fernandez, whose 17 MLB seasons included one with Reds, dies at 57

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Belterra Park to open at 1 p.m.

1-year-old dog rescued from flooded Ohio River, police say

Missing 14-year-old Walton, KY girl found safe

Man pleads guilty to fatal Taylor Mill crash

Driver in critical condition after crash on Westwood Northern Blvd

North Canton City Schools reveal contents found inside purse lost by student in 1957

Mason Rudolph calls Myles Garrett’s allegations of using ‘N-word’ during on-field fight a ‘Bold-Faced Lie’

Pittsburgh Steelers QB Mason Rudolph, his head coach, his agent, and the NFL spoke up after Cleveland Browns star DE Myles Garrett doubled down on his allegations that Rudolph used the “N-word," which, he says, sparked the on-field brawl in November at FirstEnergy Stadium, ESPN reports.

18-year-old pleads guilty to sexual battery, court documents say

One man was sentenced Thursday to three years in prison for sexual battery after he was accused of raping an unconscious 17-year-old girl and posting it on Snapchat, court documents said.

  Repairs being completed on cross at St. George Church

A new cross will be put up on top of the St. George Church in Corryville Saturday after wind damaged the previous one.

  Non-profit creates historic district in East Price Hill

A non-profit organization in East Price Hill created a historic district into a creative campus.

ISP trooper struck during traffic stop near Batesville

  When will the ‘C’ in Cincinnati at the Duke Energy Convention Center be fixed?

  Ryle High School female wrestler winning championships in a boys’ world

‘Cinderella’ premiered in theaters on this day in 1950

  Second employee accused of stealing from clients at Tri-State nonprofit

  2019 was the worst year for data breaches

Banksy mural pops up just in time for Valentine’s Day

The family that owns the property is reportedly trying to cover up the piece with glass to preserve it.

  Man killed by collapse was working on garage, neighbors say

Neighbors say a 71-year-old Tony Kirby was fixing a garage on 3rd and Mechanic streets moments before it collapsed and killed him

  ‘Confess to these crimes’: Accused serial rapist’s nephew wants to help victims get justice

William Blankenship, 55, was indicted Tuesday on three counts of burglary, four counts of rape, two counts of kidnapping and two counts of gross sexual imposition.

Update: 2nd inmate caught after 5 prisoners escape from the Stark County Regional Community Correction Center

The escape happened between 8:45 p.m. Monday at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

  Valentine’s Day is for lovers - but some just want to forget

Some people celebrate Valentine's Day on February 14, but for others, it's a day they'd rather forget.

  Cincinnati police officer arrested, accused of outing undercover cop to nightclub owner under investigation

It’s all part of a money laundering and drugs trafficking probe into local nightclubs that may have been “tipped off” about raids and possibly protected by 'members of the Cincinnati Police Department,' according to court records unsealed Friday.

Inmate visitation to resume Saturday at Hamilton County Justice Center

Hamilton County Sheriff Jim Neil says one of the elevators in the south building has been repaired and is back in service.

Fifth person arrested in connection with death of Centerville student

Mason Trudics, 18, was found shot outside a home in Turtlecreek Township on Dec. 14, 2019. Trudics died from his wounds.

Fight over child’s ashes ends up in Stark County court; new bill would help prevent heartache in future cases

For 19-years Holly Katusin says she parented her son Nathan, without his father.

  Report: FC Cincinnati coach being investigated for allegedly using racial slur

FC Cincinnati coach Ron Jans is “stepping away” from the team after he was accused of using the N-word, according to our media partners at the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Visitor leaves uplifting message in snow for ‘mom’ at Cleveland Clinic

A person was hoping their simple gesture left behind in the snow on Friday will help their mother get through treatment at the Cleveland Clinic.

Man faces rape, kidnapping and sexual battery charges, court documents say

Court documents say a man knowingly forced a woman to engage in sexual contact with him by holding her down and punching her in the face with a closed fist.

Police search for car in connection with fatal shooting of pregnant woman

Dominique Lee, 28, was shot in the 2400 block of Reading Road on Feb. 2. She gave birth to her child via emergency c-section prior to her death.

Forced vasectomy at 50? Alabama lawmaker reacts to pushback

The bill was introduced to the House on Thursday and referred to the House judiciary committee.

Mayor John Cranley ‘exploring run for governor’

On Friday, Mayor John Cranley announced he’s exploring a run for governor.

  CPD captain pleads not guilty to OVI

Amanda Caton, 55, made her first court appearance in the case Friday

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Ohio River surpasses flood stage, first responders rescue dog stuck on a log in flood zone

Here's the latest list of roads closed

  6-year-old Faye Swetlik found dead after disappearing from front yard in Cayce, S.C.

Her body was found in the neighborhood where she lived. It's also where she was last seen.

  Coroner ID’s 71-year-old man killed in Reading garage collapse

Tony Kirby died at the scene, authorities say

Myles Garrett doubles down, says Rudolph used ‘N-word’ during on-field fight

Cleveland Browns star defensive end Myles Garrett doubled down and alleged that Pittsburgh Steelers QB Mason Rudolph used the “N-word," which, he says, sparked the on-field brawl in November at FirstEnergy Stadium, ESPN reports.

House committee passes bill to limit price of insulin in Kentucky

The bill states one out of every eight Kentuckians has been diagnosed with diabetes, which is about half a million people.

  Family searching for dog that went missing following a fire at their home

Gus the 10-week-old pup went missing after a fire tore through a Springfield Township home on Wednesday.

  Patriot Penalty: Deployed service members come home to find higher auto insurance rates

Service members who cancel their car insurance to serve overseas may come back to find higher rate quotes after telling companies they didn't have coverage because of deployment.

  Police searching for suspect in rash of car break-ins at Tri-state gyms

Police say car thieves know local gyms are a good bet, as folks frequently leave belongings behind when they go in for a workout.

  Family looking for irreplaceable necklace containing ashes of deceased brother

The necklace is one of two given to each of Cameron’s younger sisters as a way for them to remember him... and right now, one of them is missing.

  Attorney: Officer who stopped CPD captain accused of drunk driving was ‘trolling for a DUI stop’

Caton's lawyer, Steven Adams, tells FOX19 NOW this was a “bad stop and a bad arrest.”

  Tri-state students go silent for day to raise awareness about communication-impaired classmates

What began as a service-learning project snowballed into a district-wide effort.

  Why you shouldn’t feel pressured to spend on Valentine’s Day

If you’re wondering, 94 percent of us want chocolate tomorrow.

  Kenton Co. Prosecutor checking unsolved rape cases for match with serial rapist indicted Tuesday

“I think it should be inspiring to any victim of sexual assault that law enforcement never gives up on your cases.”

  Limbaugh draws bipartisan condemnation for Buttigieg remarks

Rush Limbaugh is a Trump ally and made the remarks Wednesday on his nationally syndicated radio show.

Fifth Third provides update on information theft, says 100 customers impacted

The bank says the employees manually accessed customers' personal information.

  Police identify pedestrian struck by two vehicles, killed in Springfield Twp.

Police say they found a woman trapped under a vehicle that struck her around 7:20 a.m. near the intersection of Daly Road and Madeleine Circle.

Indiana special needs teacher who headbutted student arrested, state police say

Indiana State Police say Catherine L. Davis got into an altercation twice on Dec. 16, 2019, with the same 14-year-old student.

’Send roses not texts’ on digital message boards throughout Ohio

ODOT wants drivers to stop texting so everyone can make it home safely.

2 men indicted in connection with murder of Middletown woman

Amy Louise Risner, 32, was found dead inside a home in the 100 block of Anne Road on Feb. 4, police said.

  Gov. DeWine announces bill to restrict hand-held devices while driving

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine is scheduled to announce the details of a bill that would reduce distracted driving.

Man sentenced to 11 years for raping girlfriend’s young niece and infecting her with STD

The man convicted of sexually assaulting a young girl was sentenced Thursday morning on four counts of first-degree felonious rape.

Police investigating social media threat at School for Creative and Performing Arts

Cincinnati Police are investigating a social media threat surrounding the School for Creative and Performing Arts.

Orion’s ‘First Rider’ event reaches 1,000 donations

Launched by Kings Island less than three weeks ago, the Orion First Rider Auction is seeing big numbers.

  They’re back! Cherry ‘thing-a-lings’ go on sale today

Part doughnut and part fritter, the famous cherry “thing-a-lings” are now taking over an Indiana town.

  Mother hosts toy drive for pediatric cancer: ‘It’s such a lovely way to honor our boy’

Every year, Tanya Kennedy Gill honors her son by hosting a donation drive to benefit pediatric cancer research.

  Rain floods Millvale family’s apartment during Wednesday’s deluge

They've already had to throw out all their furniture.

  Warning for online shoppers about fake delivery scams

Scammers are getting creative by sending emails to shoppers that claim there is a problem with their order.

  Nonprofit creates safe space for anonymous asks, anonymous gifts in Lebanon: ‘Let’s walk this walk together’

Nonprofit Neighborhood Bridges spreads kindness around the community, connecting those who need help to those who can give it.

  Woman nearly killed, car totaled on I-75 after semi crashes into her, flees scene

A Tri-state woman is asking for the public’s help identifying a truck driver who struck her on the highway Monday, then fled the scene.

‘The Masked Singer’ announces national tour, coming to Cincinnati’s Taft Theatre

The Masked Singer Tour kicks off May 28 in Detroit and travels to more than 45 cities, Cincinnati being one of them.

  Lucille the bearcat takes in first UC basketball game

Lucille, the University of Cincinnati’s bearcat ambassador-in-training, got her first taste of UC basketball Wednesday.

Medical marijuana gains momentum in state legislature

A near-unanimous committee vote sends the bill to the House where a favorable vote is expected next week.

  CPD officer ‘violently assaulted’ last year to go before citizen complaint board for excessive force

FOP President Dan Hils argues the officers should not be investigated by the complaint board until the criminal case wraps up.

  2 OSU football players dismissed following arrest on rape, kidnapping charges

Both are scheduled to go court Thursday

Pedestrian dies after being struck by car in Fairfield

Officers responded to Bibury Road near the intersection of Wessel Drive around 7:35 Monday night.

West Chester police looking for man who ran from medical technicians

The West Chester Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a 29-year-old who ran from medical technicians.

Dog left outside animal shelter dies

According to the Henry Trimble Animal Shelter, an approximately 100-pound dog named Cane was left in a crate outside of the shelter.

Reds single game tickets on sale Thursday

Single game tickets for the 2020 Cincinnati Reds regular season go on sale Thursday morning.

CEO accused of using money from Cincinnati nonprofit for personal expenses

Barry Rene Isaacs, 34, of Cincinnati, allegedly used funds from Hope 4 Change to pay for clothing, massages, beauty care, travel and personal vehicles for him and his family, a news release from the Department of Justice states.

State committee considers 3 new conditions that would give more Ohio patients right to use medical marijuana

A State Medical Board committee voted Wednesday on newly-petitioned conditions that would qualify more patients for medical marijuana use in Ohio.

  Police searching for two suspects who robbed Westwood bank

A manhunt is underway after two people robbed a Westwood bank Wednesday morning, police said.