Indiana surpasses 600,000 total COVID-19 cases

New Stripes: Bengals to unveil new uniforms this offseason

Gov. DeWine urges President Biden to further supply vaccine, federal funding to Ohio

NKY man wins $200K lottery prize

  Student loan payment pause extended until October

3-vehicle crash on Brent Spence snarls NB I-71/75

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LMPD officer crashes after being shot at on I-65

Next up: $730M Powerball prize after no Mega Millions winner

  ‘He was the spark in the room:’ Family grieves for murdered Tri-State man

  Family of missing woman killed in car crash ‘devastated,’ leaning on community

  Biden takes the helm, appeals for unity to take on crises

  How CPS students will return to school beginning Feb. 1

  Man indicted on rape charges involving 15-year-old Butler County girl

The 19-year-old met the girl on Facebook. One local psychologist says that's more common than you might think.

  Police investigating after Hamilton store robbed at gunpoint

According to a police report, the suspects made off with $500.

Joe Biden’s Inaugural Painting comes from renowned Cincinnati artist

The Smithsonian calls Robert Duncanson “America’s best known African American painter” of his era.

Pence reflects on time in office during Indiana visit following inauguration

About 50 people welcomed Pence as he arrived on Air Force Two for a planned speech at the Columbus, Indiana airport.

Kroger testing new ‘smart cart’ that eliminates checkout

  New podcast gives historic look at West End

  How one Tri-State social studies class is grappling with 2021′s political whirlwind

3,433 new COVID cases in Kentucky over last 24 hours

Hankison attorney hopes to move trial out of Jefferson County

  Check before throwing away: Some stimulus payments mailed out mistaken for junk

  Council, residents at odds over new development in OTR

City Council will vote on the development Thursday during their scheduled meeting.

Driver sentenced after hitting special needs student getting on bus in 2020, clerk says

The student was hit in the early morning of Jan. 13, 2020.

Nearly 1K COVID-19 vaccines wasted, Ohio Department of Health says

The vaccine provider discovered they failed to appropriately monitor temperatures in their refrigerator and freezer, the ODH said in a news release.

NKY murder suspect arrested in Florida, police say

The 18-year-old is currently awaiting extradition back to Kentucky.

Missing woman killed in Colerain Township crash

The Clayton Police Department said Bryant was last seen on Friday, Jan. 15.

Ohio reports single-day spike of 73 COVID-19 deaths and 6,378 new cases

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health reported 10,409 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 842,433 cases statewide since the start of the pandemic.

Hamilton County suspends jury trials until March

According to Court Administrator Patrick Dressing, grand jury proceedings will continue.

  Cincinnati City Council delays restricting no-knock warrants so police, city manager can weigh in

A new memo from City Solicitor Andrew Garth, however, states City Council cannot, according to the city’s charter, direct the police department or its police chief.

‘Gang of Five’: Council committee seeks legal opinion whether to release more secret texts

The city cannot truly turn the page on corruption at City Hall unless these messages are released, Christopher Smitherman says

  Look up: International Space Station flying over Tri-State Wednesday night

See the biggest, brightest, and best satellite flying overhead Wednesday night.

Indiana nears 600,000 total COVID-19 cases

Indiana’s seven-day positivity rate for all tests is 11.2%.

Premier Health launches mass vaccination drive-thru clinic at University of Dayton

The drive-thru clinic is by appointment only and no unscheduled vaccinations will be given.

Teen now facing charges after shooting woman in October, police say

Police said the teen shot the woman after she answered her door.

  Hamilton County moving main COVID-19 vaccine clinic to Board of Elections

According to the Ohio Department of Health, there are 61,931 cases and 441 deaths.

  Crossroads Florence collecting blanket donations to help the homeless

Crossroads Florence is collecting blanket donations to help those experiencing homelessness in Northern Kentucky.

Vacant house fire under investigation in South Fairmount

Firefighters had difficulty reaching the second floor because the stairs were partially burned out

Cincinnati police updates council on 2020 crime stats, record-high homicides

Several other major cities across America saw record-high homicide rates amid the coronavirus pandemic

Cincinnati schools hiring substitute teachers, aides ahead of return to in-person learning

The district is holding a “Virtual Walk-In” 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Wednesday starting this afternoon through Feb. 24.

  Minors crash stolen car into Tri-State neighborhood, rob couple of ‘lifeline’

"Heard a big boom, got to the door. I got a car up on my front porch.”

  Months after ‘horrific’ triple murder in Avondale, police remain tight-lipped

A father who lost his son, his niece and her boyfriend says he doesn’t know why they would be targeted.

  Former Army soldier with ties to Norwood fails to receive presidential pardon in murder case

The former Army Staff Sgt. has been serving a life sentence at Fort Leavenworth prison in Kansas.

  2 women arrested at Tri-State Chipotle after assaulting security guard, police say

Police say the women assaulted a security guard who told one of the women to put on a mask.

2 Ohio National Guard members flagged by FBI, removed from inauguration

Around 200 Ohio guard members are deployed in a federal capacity in Washington D.C. to help with inauguration security.

Beshear vetoes multiple bills meant to limit executive power during pandemic

Governor Beshear announced Tuesday he had vetoed bills with multiple meant to limit executive action during the pandemic.

US soldier arrested in alleged plot to blow up NYC 9/11 Memorial

Cole James Bridges of Stow, Ohio, was in custody on charges of attempted material support of a terrorist organization — the Islamic State group — and attempted murder of a military member, said Nicholas Biase, a spokesperson for Manhattan federal prosecutors.

Kentucky State Police troopers providing security at Biden’s inauguration

They will be temporarily sworn in as local officers during their duties.

  More than 20 men arrested for crimes in recent months at Cincinnati parks, police say

Police are now working and taking measures to stop crimes from happening in these areas.

  Local leaders helping students understand National Day of Racial Healing significance

The day is meant as a time for contemplation and collective action on how we heal as a community from the effects of racism.

  Registration for COVID-19 vaccine causing some confusion in Hamilton County

Hamilton County set up a phone number to help seniors register for the vaccine.

  Seeing grandkids, getting haircuts: Vaccinated Ohioans ready for normalcy

When vaccine appointments became available, Atrium said they were quickly booked.

  Supply of vaccines now the ‘limiting factor’ in Kentucky’s rollout

Kentucky is now able to vaccinate 250,000 people per week. The federal government isn't giving the state half that.

Bullitt County man accused of hitting glass panels on door during riot at U.S. Capitol

Video footage allegedly shows the man in a crowd of people trying to breach a barricaded door to the Speaker’s Lobby.

Former high school coach facing new charge of sexual misconduct, court docs say

The former girls' high school coach is scheduled to be back in court in March.

  Ohio to open vaccinations to residents 75+, those with developmental and intellectual disabilities

Last week, Hamilton County was elevated to the highest level on Ohio’s COVID-19 Advisory System map.

Pedestrian struck, killed in Hamilton

According to the police report, he was illegally crossing the road outside of the crosswalk when he was struck.

Broadway in Cincinnati could return to Aronoff Center in the fall

In an email to subscribers, Broadway in Cincinnati announced that all shows originally announced for the current season have been rescheduled.

Mega Millions jackpot now $865M, Tuesday results in

The chances of matching all six numbers? One in 302.5 million.

More than $8M in fake designer bracelets seized by federal officers in Cincinnati & Louisville

The fake products were seized in Cincinnati and Louisville on the same night.

Dearborn Co. prosecutor attended Trump speech; condemns violence at Capitol

Dearborn County Prosecutor Lynn Deddens issued a letter on Tuesday to explain her role in attending the rally in Washington D.C.

Indiana surpasses 9,000 total COVID-19 deaths

Two southeast Indiana counties reported additional deaths on Tuesday.

  Couple celebrates 73rd wedding anniversary by receiving COVID-19 vaccine

The couple from Northern Kentucky started their wedding anniversary by getting their first COVID-19 vaccine.

Moeller grad remains in critical condition after accidental fall

A former Moeller lacrosse player who graduated in 2019 remains in critical but stable condition.

  Snow ends, sunny skies return

The high will soar to about 40 degrees

  Free COVID-19 testing in Cincinnati

No appointment is necessary.

Update: Ohio 48 reopens after chain reaction crashes

Injuries were reported

  9-year-old boy accidentally shoots 15-year-old brother, police say

A babysitter was with the children at the time, police say

  Father says Cincinnati police told him his missing 19-year-old son is likely dead

The boy's mother and step-father were arrested for concealing a corpse in December.

  Local rescue brings pups back from Tennessee hoarding case

A local rescuer who went to the property says hundreds of dogs were rescued... but even more died.

  Teen indicted in fatal OTR shooting of beloved father-of-six

LaDon Williams was fatally shot in an Over-the-Rhine park in May 2019.

  ‘Been a nightmare:’ Karen Spencer’s disappearance haunts family members, investigators 31 years later

Karen Spencer was a senior in high school when she went missing in 1989.

Toledo Police officer shot in standoff dies

A Toledo Police officer was shot and killed in a standoff on Monday evening that resulted in the suspect being shot as well.

2 Ohio militia members charged in deadly Capitol protest

The FBI investigation used media footage as well as social media posts made from within the Capitol building to identify those involved.

Kentucky man ‘first’ to enter the Capitol through a smashed window

A fourth Kentuckian has now been charged in relation to the siege at the nation’s Capitol.

  CPD officers arrive in D.C. to help with President-elect Biden’s inauguration

CPD has sent officers to D.C. to help with inaugurations over the past two decades.

Kentucky records fewest new COVID-19 cases in more than 2 weeks

The state could be over its holiday case surge, according to the most recent case data.

First Alert Weather Day for Tuesday: slushy snow, slick spots for morning commute

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for parts of the Tri-State on Tuesday.

Enjoy discounted Cincinnati Zoo admission for Penguin Days

The Cincinnati Zoo opens daily at 10 a.m.

UK student faces federal charges in Capitol riot

Gracyn Courtright of West Virginia is charged after the FBI says they obtained images from her now-deleted Instagram account