Chauvin guilty of murder and manslaughter in Floyd’s death

Former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.

Prosecutors detail evidence in James Hutchinson case

  Tri-State leaders call for peaceful response to Chauvin verdict

Cincinnati border agents seize $704K in smuggled ketamine

Developer, Sycamore Twp trustee trade accusations of bribery, forgery in lawsuits

  Ohio schools receive COVID-19 rapid test kits

  Riverside Drive reopens after repairs; residents and businesses rejoice

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Cleveland man shot by DEA agent pleads not guilty to 2 criminal charges

  Police ID 3 killed in NKY crash

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  Non-profit partners with UC’s Global Scholars program

  13-year-old girl charged in fatal stabbing of another teen in Winton Hills, police say

  Drivers being warned about using shoulder during Brent Spence Bridge painting project

  April snow: Here’s what to expect

A freeze watch and warning will be in effect

National Drug Takeback Day Saturday: What you need to know

This year, personal protective equipment (PPE) is being provided for free

‘Now offering stimulus checks twice a month’: Brunswick Wendy’s has creative way of saying ‘we’re hiring’

Well, this is one way of saying, “we’re hiring” amid a pandemic.

  Experts called in after bees swarm backseat of car at local Enterprise

Incidents like these, while uncommon, aren't unheard of during "swarming season."

  VIDEO: Telephone pole saves Tri-State man from suspected OVI crash

Ohio State Highway Patrol sends 100 troopers to Minnesota as verdict nears in Chauvin trial

One dead, two still missing after boats crash on Ohio River near Greenwood Boat Dock

Father pleads guilty to reduced charge in toddler son’s fentanyl OD death

  Woman accused of stabbing 3-year-old held on $1M bond

Cincinnati Reds outfielder Nick Castellanos loses appeal, will serve 2-game suspension

  Capacity limits increased at Kentucky stadiums and arenas

Half of all Kentucky adults have gotten at least one vaccine dose.

Suspect arrested for murder following Roselawn shooting, police say

The victim died at the scene.

No appointment required at UC Health COVID Vaccine Center Tuesday

The vaccines will be offered between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Special prosecutor appointed after auditor accused of improperly spending Pike County funds

Kayla N. Slusher 'is unavailable for comment at this time,' workers in her county office say

  Robbery of Asian American man not believed to be racially motivated, Cincinnati police say

Police say the victim was targeted for other reasons, not because of his race or ethnicity.

Ohio Auditor: Wendell Young indictment ‘step toward holding elected officials accountable’

'Ohioans deserve transparency in their governments'

  Cincinnati man charged with impersonating federal employee, agent

David Lomache, 61, was arrested by federal agents on April 16.

Kings Island increasing hourly pay for seasonal employees

Kings Island anticipates hiring more than 4,000 seasonal workers before the May 15 opening.

Walk-in COVID vaccine clinics available in Hamilton County

The clinics run Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 2300 Wall Street in Norwood.

  Bengals reveal new uniforms

Bengals fans got their first look at the team’s new uniforms Monday.

  Winter comeback: From 60s to snow this week

Monday will be a perfect spring day, but watch out for snow later this week

Male found shot in South Fairmount street, police say

Officers responded to the 1700 block of Fairmount Avenue just after 4:30 a.m.

  Parent claims special needs daughter was assaulted at a Warren County School

The incident happened at recess last month.

  15-year-old killed in hit-and-run honored at softball tournament

Gabby’s family and friends are now focused on raising awareness for pedestrian safety.

Shooting stars will light up the sky over the next few days

The Lyrid Meteor Shower is this week!

  Ohio family witnesses viral WWII era bomber plane crash in Cocoa Beach, FL

A family from Ohio witnessed a World War II bomber plane crash along the shore while in Cocoa Beach, FL. for a cheerleading competition.

Passenger dies, driver injured in Kenton Co. car crash, police say

A passenger died and a driver is injured after a single car crash occurred in Kenton County Sunday morning, Kenton County police said.

  Fitton Center, City of Hamilton Health Dept. host summer camps

The Fitton Center for Creative Arts is gearing with the City of Hamilton Health Department to host summer camps.

‘I’m proud of what has happened:’ Former Reds outfielder Jay Bruce retires from baseball

Jay Bruce, one of the best Cincinnati Reds hitters over the last 20 years, announced his retirement from baseball on Sunday.

1 dead, 2 injured in Highland County crash, Ohio troopers say

One man is dead and two people are injured after a 3-vehicle crash happened in Liberty Township Saturday night, the Ohio State Highway Patrol said.

Stark County Sheriff’s Office arrests former teacher for rape

Jason Neading, 39, of East Sparta, was arrested Friday.

Suspect in custody after basketball tournament shooting

The victim’s condition is unknown at this time, but officials with the Erie County Sheriff’s office said he suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

  Warren Co. man collects bicycle donations to give to children in poverty

A Warren County man is collecting donated bicycles to give to children who cannot afford them.

  Volunteers with local Great American Cleanup chapter to help clean Cincinnati-area communities starting Saturday

Volunteers with Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, the Cincinnati chapter of the Great American Cleanup, will be meeting at sites throughout the city starting Saturday to help clean their communities.

South Asian Americans speak out about their Unique experiences being a minority in America

Radhika Reddy immigrated in 1989 from India. Currently, she’s a successful Entrepreneur and a founding partner at Ariel ventures that serve as a banquet center.

  2 Milwaukee men charged in botched Tri-State robbery involving minor

Authorities say the men sent an armed minor in to collect drug money... but they got the wrong house.

  Local BBQ restaurant reopens 6 weeks after devastating floods

“We’re getting back to normal. People are getting shots. Confidence is coming back.”

  COVID-19: the biggest killer of law enforcement officers

COVID-19 is currently the leading cause of death of law enforcement officers in the nation.

  1999 disappearance of Clermont Co. man baffles detectives to this day

"It seems like he just vanished."

Retired Geauga County, Ohio, Sheriff, K9 partner die on same day

Dan McClelland was with the Geauga County Sheriff's Office for 44 years.

  Mixed reactions among West Siders to increase in airplane traffic, noise from CVG

Not everyone says it's a bad thing.

I-75 NB down to 1 lane near Mitchell Ave.

Cincinnati police say a semi lost a roll or two of steel on the interstate.

  Police investigating ‘crime hot spot’ in Madisonville

A half a dozen shootings in one neighborhood in Madisonville have Cincinnati police on high alert and neighbors worried.

  Active shooter training ‘invaluable’ for Miami Township first responders

It's all about assessing the scene, working quickly and keeping safe.

  FBI says it interviewed FedEx mass shooter last year

Four people were killed outside the building and another four inside. Several people were also wounded, including five who were taken to the hospital.

Suspect accused of shooting ODNR officer charged with illegal gun possession

The 44-year-old is currently out on bond.

  Two people killed in wrong-way crash on Route 4 in Butler County

The crash is still under investigation.

  No ‘direct evidence’ UC student’s death was from J&J vaccine, coroner says

His death is under investigation by the coroner’s office and the Ohio Department of Health.

Bengals Draft Preview: Protecting Joe Burrow

The NFL Draft begins on April 29 in Cleveland.

Hamilton Co. Public Health not requiring appointments for vaccines at BOE clinic

The clinic runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday through Friday.

  ‘We want to kick Xavier’s behind:’ Wes Miller introduced as UC’s new coach

Wes Miller spent the last 10 seasons at UNCG.

Hamilton Co. sheriff’s deputy arrested on multiple charges related to child porn

He was charged with pandering sexually oriented matter involving a minor and seven counts of pandering obscenity involving a minor.

University of Cincinnati student’s death after J&J vaccine under investigation

Hamilton County's coroner has been in contact with the Ohio Health Department about this death but is waiting on medical records and additional test results before determining cause of death

Man charged with shooting on UC campus, court docs say

Tarmell Humphrey, 27, has been charged with two counts of felonious assault.

Crash snarls WB I-275 at Reed Hartman Hwy

Only the right lane is open

  Driver at large after leading police from chase in Norwood to Serpentine Wall at Ohio River

It started at 1:11 a.m. on southbound I-71

  Man with PTSD missing since Tuesday, police say

Call 911 or police dispatch at 513-765-1212 if you have any information.

Anonymous person donates trailer, supplies to Cub Scout Pack after trailer was stolen

Just a few days after a local cub scout pack realized their trailer was stolen, an anonymous person has donated another trailer to help the pack.

Man flown to UC with critical injuries after I-275 crash

Police say the cause of the crash is unknown at this time.

  Family warning others after cat returns home with broken bone, wounds from BB gun

Right now, no one can explain how the cat was injured.

Woman accused of punching Clifton Market employee, biting customer over mask dispute

“I’ve been working here for three years, and that is the craziest thing I have seen.”

  NKY man continued search for children online while out on bond for child porn charges

The self-described ‘quirky bisexual nudist’ is back behind bars — this time, without a bond.

  Calls begin for Wendell Young to step down

'The people of our city deserve much better than this revolving door of corruption'

  Should late Bengals legend Ken Riley be in the NFL Hall of Fame?

Ken Riley’s son says his father deserves the honor.

Marjorie Parham, publisher emerita of the Cincinnati Herald, dead at 103

As publisher of the Herald, Parham provided news to readers who didn’t see their concerns in mainstream outlets.

Gang of Five special prosecution: Timeline

It all began when Cincinnati's mayor and city manager had a public feud and the city manager refused to quit in March 2018

  Grandfather shoots mask-wearing grandson in home invasion in N.C., officials say

The home invasion happened before 9 a.m. at a home on 38th Street NW, near Cape Hickory Road, in Long View.

Tamika Palmer blasts BLM Louisville, Rep. Attica Scott

Breonna Taylor’s mother called out Black Lives Matter Louisville and Kentucky Rep. Attica Scott, using the word “fraud” to describe both in a Facebook post.