Candlelight vigil held for victims of gun violence Saturday

A candlelight vigil was held Saturday night for the victims of gun violence in Cincinnati.

1 killed in NKY crash, Kentucky State Police say

FC Cincinnati player tests positive for COVID-19, officials say

Local group to host “March for Change” in Downtown Cincinnati

  WWII vet celebrates 100th birthday with his first birthday party ever

Person ejected from vehicle in fatal I-71 south crash, Norwood Lieutenant says

4-year-old child struck while riding a bike in Stark County, OSHP says

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Tornado touches down in Myrtle Beach, sends beach chairs flying

Reds secure first playoff berth since 2013 with win over Twins

WATCH: Video shows chaotic moments after Sgt. Mattingly was shot in Breonna Taylor raid

Former Reading teacher diagnosed with COVID-19 dies, family says

  Car parade held to support flag-bearing Little Miami football players

  Hundreds march for change at Xavier University

  Funeral set for Moeller grad who passed away in Dayton

Michael Currin suffered a fatal head injury Sunday after falling from the bed of a moving truck, according to Dayton police.

  UC student group attempts world record while helping environment

A UC student association attempts a world record and turns Cincinnati green.

MAC approves football season kicking off Nov. 4

The Mid-American Conference approved a return to football on Friday, according to several outlets including ESPN and Yahoo Sports.

  Demonstrators march against gun violence, police brutality in Downtown Cincinnati

Demonstrators started to gather outside City Hall around 4 p.m.

  Cincinnati Ballet gears up for first performance in months

Thom Brennaman resigns after making anti-gay slur

Majority of polled Ohio voters support Black Lives Matter movement, study shows

Arrest made in connection with West End shooting

  ‘It’s a blessing I’m alive’: Victim speaks after 2 juveniles arrested in Erlanger shooting

FC Cincinnati player tests positive for COVID-19 ahead of match against New York City FC

  Man exposed himself to 11-year-old girl in Kenton County, police say

Villa Hills police say a 27-year-old man was on an apartment complex property where he exposed himself to an 11-year-old girl.

Containers of bodily fluids, canned goods among items prohibited in Cleveland’s presidential debate zone

City officials released a lengthy list of items that are prohibited in the presidential debate zone near the Cleveland Clinic main campus.

  Benadryl Challenge: FDA warns public about overconsuming allergy medicine

The Food and Drug Administration is warning the public about serious side effects when overconsuming diphenhydramine because of the popularity of the “Benadryl Challenge” social media trend.

  Suspect found, arrested after courthouse escape caught on video

A bailiff made a diving effort down a flight of stairs to try and stop the man before he escaped the courthouse.

Anheuser-Busch makes donation to help Ohio voters stay safe on Election Day

Anheuser-Busch started producing hand sanitizer earlier this year when the need for it became urgent due to COVID-19.

  Family of Breonna Taylor ‘outraged and confused’ by grand jury decision

The family of Breonna Taylor will respond to the grand jury’s decision in her killing.

  Rescued produce delivery service expanding to Cincinnati

An Ohio company is working to reduce food waste and improve access to healthy food.

  Kings Island’s new ‘Tricks and Treats Fall Fest’ kicks off Saturday

Specially designed sanitation processes and social distancing measures will be in place

  Evans Landscaping owner’s prison report date delayed for fourth time after COVID-19 concerns

'Not only is Doug Evans at higher risk of hospitalization—his very life is in danger,' his lawyer wrote in court records

  4th grade virtual learner gets suspended for having a BB gun in his bedroom

9-year-old Ka Mauri Harrison is a 4th grader at Woodmere Elementary, and this year he’s a virtual learner so his classroom is his bedroom.

Rep. Attica Scott, 23 others charged with rioting, unlawful assembly in Louisville

Protests resumed in downtown Louisville on Thursday as many of the 127 protesters arrested the night before were released from jail.

Indoor visitations at Ohio nursing homes, assisted living facilities can resume Oct. 12

While outdoor visitations to Ohio’s nursing homes and assisted living facilities have been permitted since June and July, indoor visits have been prohibited for approximately six months dating back to the start of the pandemic.

  Man charged, victim remembered after fatal fire in Butler County

The fire was reported overnight Sunday on Germantown Road in Madison Township.

  ‘They’ve carried us:’ Grounds crew the heartbeat of resurgent Reds

To the home team, a never-ending serenade. To the away team, a nonstop cacophony.

  Head of Operation Warp Speed praises Cincinnati’s COVID-19 vaccine development

Moncef Slaoui, chief advisor of Operation Warp Speed, says Cincinnati ranks among the top cities working on a vaccine.

  $100K in stolen goods, drugs found following traffic stop in North College Hill, police say

Officers tried to pull over a vehicle on Wednesday for going 44 mph in a 25 mph zone

  Beshear condemns violence in Louisville, doubles down on call for release of evidence

Beshear wants evidence from the investigation into Breonna Taylor's death released so the public might better understand the grand jury’s decision.

  CPS parents start petition to keep remote learning an option

The petition organizer said she has emailed the district about the concerns but hasn’t received a response yet.

Tri-State football games canceled after positive COVID-19 tests, schools say

Several student-athletes from the schools are also in quarantine due to close contact, the schools said.

Police: Resource officer used Taser on woman who refused to wear mask, leave Ohio middle school football game

An Ohio woman is facing criminal charges after refusing to follow school policies at a youth football game.

Ohio National Guard activated for the presidential debate in Cleveland

The debate will be held Sept. 29.

  WATCH: Bailiff dives over stair railing to try to catch escapee; man still at large

Law enforcement is still searching for the man.

  Mt. Healthy Schools provided $1M grant to help students

The money covers grades kindergarten through sixth and the schools will begin professional development starting on Friday.

State-by-state map breaks down most popular Halloween candies

Candy sales are expected to reach $2.4 billion this year, which is down slightly from the $2.6 billion last year, according to the data.

DeWine recommends colleges, universities to regularly test asymptomatic students

A newly signed order will allow bars, restaurants, and other businesses to open at full capacity.

  Make your vote: ‘Ruff’ competition in the Rabbit Hash mayoral race

Early voting is now available in Rabbit Hash for the 2020 mayor.

Death penalty upheld for man convicted of killing woman, teen in ’14

The man was convicted and sentenced to death for the killing of a woman and her teenage son in 2014.

  2 Louisville officers shot amid Breonna Taylor protests

The protests come after prosecutors said two officers who fired their weapons at Breonna Taylor, a Black woman, were justified in using force to protect themselves after they faced gunfire from her boyfriend.

  Suspended Pike County sheriff pleads guilty to several charges

Some of the charges are felonies, which means he can no longer serve as a peace officer.

More than 4,000 seasonal jobs open at Kohl’s fulfillment center

Kohl’s is looking to fill more than 4,000 seasonal positions at its fulfillment center in Monroe.

Personal donor, patient information compromised after Christ Hospital data breach

Christ Hospital patients were notified beginning Sept. 14 as a precautionary measure.

Suspect charged in shooting of LMPD officers

The officers were shot around 8:40 p.m. Wednesday while conducting crowd control at Brook St. and Broadway.

  Lawrenceburg baby drop-off box unveiled Thursdsay

The box will be made available to the public Friday after it is unveiled to the community Thursday

  Community remembers late Paige Johnson 10 years after her disappearance

Paige Johnson vanished on Sept. 23, 2010 at the age of 17.

  Beloved father, grandfather dies after Tuesday fire in Hamilton

The fire chief says the responding firefighters found the man on the front porch with severe burns.

  Man charged in fatal Newport crash offers apology in first public interview

"I don’t want to forgive him right now," the victims' daughter said. "I can’t."

  Protesters march in Downtown Cincinnati after Breonna Taylor decision: ‘It’s a disgrace'

The protesters are gathering outside the Hamilton County Courthouse.

  WAVE 3 News reporter, photographer confronted by protesters

WAVE 3 News reporter Kaitlin Rust and photographer James Dobson had to be escorted away and shielded by a security guard in Jefferson Square Park after being confronted by protesters Wednesday evening.

  Dayton police share circumstances surrounding Moeller grad’s death

The Moeller High School grad was found bleeding and fatally injured by a passerby Sunday in Dayton.

  Motion not to defund Cincinnati Police Department fails, flag motion passes

It was a narrow vote, but in the end, City Council voted against the motion.

  911 call from scene of Moeller grad’s death released as investigation continues

The Moeller High School grad was found bleeding and fatally injured by a passerby.

6-year-old Akron girl dies nearly 2 weeks after she was shot while sitting in a vehicle

Marviya Jones was shot Sept. 10.

Cincinnati lawyer who defended Ray Tensing to represent officer indicted in Breonna Taylor case

Tensing, an ex-University of Cincinnati police officer, was charged with killing Sam DuBose at a July 2015 traffic stop.

  Clermont Co. plans to bring community together by capturing history

Clermont County wants to bury the Coronavirus pandemic, literally.

  Parole denied for Butler County woman convicted of killing husband in 1994

Melissa Grasa will remain behind bars for a few more years after her parole was denied.

Health order allows self-service food stations to reopen

All retail food establishments are permitted to resume use of their self-service food stations

  Gov. Beshear calls on AG Cameron to release evidence in Breonna Taylor investigation

The request came hours after Cameron announced a grand jury had chosen to indict one of three officers in connection with the Taylor case.

Bars, restaurants can soon open at full capacity, Gov. Holcomb announces

Indiana will move to stage five of its reopening plane in a few days, Gov. Eric Holcomb announced.

Grand jury charges 1 officer in death of Breonna Taylor

Taylor, 26, was shot and killed by LMPD officers on March 13.

Republican lawmakers file ‘Restore Ohio Now’ bill calling for end to COVID-19 state of emergency order

A proposal to end the COVID-19 state of emergency order from Gov. Mike DeWine hsa been filed by a pair of Republican state representatives.

Looking for work? Kroger to host hiring events

Kroger is hiring more than 400 associates.

  Hamilton Co. discusses county-wide coronavirus testing

According to the Ohio Department of Health, there are 12,850 cases and 309 deaths.

  Police: Murder suspect shot Springfield Township father 14 times

David Steward, 31, of Lincoln Heights is under arrest on charges of aggravated murder and tampering with evidence

  CDC: Get your flu shot amid coronavirus pandemic

The CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get a yearly flu vaccine

Cincinnati City Council to consider banning no-knock warrants, police funding

The topics come as a decision is expected at any time whether three officers in Louisville will be charged in connection with the March death of Breonna Taylor during a no-knock warrant that resulted in a shootout with her boyfriend

Ohio AG files lawsuit to block subsidies for nuclear plants

House Bill 6 would create subsidies for two northern Ohio nuclear plants at the center of the scandal.

  Families of women killed in domestic violence incidents hosting awareness event

De’Asia Sims and Shelly Miller, who was also known as Michelle Henry, did not know each other before they died, but now their families are connected in a way they never expected to be due to domestic violence

  ‘My life is a living hell:' Fire victim’s daughter speaks out after arson indictment

"Whatever he gets he deserves, because (my father) didn’t deserve that"