NB I-71 closures this weekend, expect delays

Work will begin at 8 p.m. Friday and continue until 5 a.m. Monday

Apartment fire displaces 9 people

Six people taken to hospital for carbon monoxide poisoning symptoms at Mason plant

Newport Aquarium finds boy who mailed $5 to help animals

Help find Tyler: Newport Aquarium looking for young boy who donated money

  New transit center coming to Northside

Oktoberfest Zinzinnati is expanding ‘World’s Largest Chicken Dance’

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Cincinnati Museum Center brings science to life with ‘Science Live!’ shows

West Chester Fire Department needs your votes for national video campaign

Clifton Market has new owner

  Cincinnati’s largest volunteer expo returns to Fountain Square

Leaving grass clippings on highways could be illegal if bill passes legislature

31st Annual Black Family Reunion this weekend

  Butler Co. mother claims daycare is to blame for child’s burned feet

She says she believes the two-year-old’s feet were burned while walking barefoot on asphalt at the daycare.

Busy Erlanger now school zone after 2 students struck by cars

Commonwealth Avenue and Baker Street is now considered a school zone.

1 dead, 2 injured in head-on crash in Decatur Co., Ind.

Police responded to State Route 46 near County Road 750 West in Decatur County around 2:40 p.m.

Madisonville barbershop to give out free back-to-school haircuts for boys

A Madisonville barbershop will open its doors to cut hair for free next Sunday.

Church makes longest ice cream sundae in Cincinnati

Victim identified in Hamilton motorcycle accident

  Protests over Trump visit in Dayton

Report: Auxiliary bishop in Cincinnati archdiocese accused of failing to report accusations

  Bulldog found safe after it escaped from Greendale home

Ohio vehicle crash burns down barn kills cows

Missing 82-year-old Middletown woman found safe

A Missing Adult Alert has been cancelled by the Middletown Police Department.

  Florence police search for man who flashed woman at car wash

The victim says it happened between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the Mr. Car Wash Jr. in the 7000 block of Turfway Road.

Convenience store ice cubes prove to be break in bizarre Ohio breaking-and-entering case

After seeing the cubes, an officer went to a nearby UDF on a hunch to check out some surveillance video.

  Stickers from so-called ‘hate group’ found on streetlamps in NKY

Someone found the stickers from Patriot Front — a group the Southern Poverty Law Center has classified as a “neo-Nazi hate group” — on at least 12 lampposts along Fort Thomas Avenue.

  Newly-released video sheds light on high speed chase along I-75

Troopers say the chase reached speeds of 100 mph.

  MLB umpires deliver Build-A-Bear to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

The group has handed out more than 15,500 Build-A-Bears since starting up in 2006.

Springboro police officers help save man’s life on I-75

Officers Emmel and Baker stopped a car on July 13 for a minor traffic violation as it entered I-75. They noticed the passenger was in distress and, as they tried to speak with him, he went into cardiac arrest.

  Man rescued after truck goes into Mill Creek

Authorities say this is the second time in a month that a vehicle ended up in Mill Creek at this location.

Baskin-Robbins is going vegan with two non-dairy flavors

Baskin Robbins is dipping into the plant-based ice cream market after announcing it’ll offer two non-dairy ice cream products.

  Remains of Cincinnati-area WWII soldier laid to rest in Hamilton

Many saluted the veteran 76 years after his death.

  New Cincinnati police recruits ready to hit the streets to help keep the peace

The 109th Cincinnati Police Department recruit class graduated 50 new officers Friday.

Man dies following fire at Butler County manufacturing plant

The fire broke out around 1 p.m. Monday at Midwest Ammunition Company.

Federal lawsuit filed over New Richmond’s traffic cameras

The lawsuit in U.S. district court in Cincinnati alleges that New Richmond officials installed two fixed cameras on U.S. 52 without receiving required permission from the state Department of Transportation.

Family of former cancer patient donates $250,000 to Norton Cancer Institute

The money, donated by the family of Steven Vanover, will fund Norton Cancer Institute's new genomics lab.

New Albany grandmother pleads for justice in death of her grandchildren

The 2014 fire started when a group of teens in a passing car shot a flare through front window of the small frame house on Ealy Street.

Cincinnati Museum Center working to inspire next generation

Cincinnati Museum Center says they are working on inspiring the next generation of scientists, engineers, and chemists.

  Protesters, city leaders react to sentencing of former judge Tracie Hunter

A mixture of emotions lingered in the courtroom Monday among protesters and city leaders as former Judge Tracie Hunter was sentenced to jail.

Woman ejected from car in I-275 crash in Miami Township

I-275 was closed just before 6 p.m. due to the crash. It is now reopened.

  Maslow’s Army hands out free water to help beat the heat

The nonprofit loaded thousands of pounds of ice and water bottles into the back of a pick-up truck for the event.

  Ohio State Fair ride inspections to begin Monday

Safety has been a major focus since an accident at the fair two years ago led to the death of an 18-year-old.

  Excessive heat impacts those who have to work outside

During days when the heat is on, all the advice is to stay indoors. But what about those people who don’t have the luxury of working in an air conditioned environment?

1 dead, 1 injured after Middletown 2-vehicle crash

It happened at the intersection of State Route 122 and Towne Boulevard

Victims identified in deadly Burlington crash involving two vehicles, dump truck

Deputies were called to the 4400 of Burlington Pike around 11:30 a.m.

  Supporters call for charges against former Hamilton County juvenile court judge Tracie Hunter to be dropped

Hunter, who was convicted of a felony in 2014 for giving her brother confidential documents while he worked for the court, is expected to be sentenced Monday to six months in jail.

  Eastbound Combs-Hehl Bridge reopens after crashes involving 19 vehicles

Officers originally closed the lanes to traffic around 6:04 p.m.

Celebration set for next Friday to welcome Rose Lavelle back to Cincinnati

Mayor Cranley and FC Cincinnati are hosting the event to honor the “Queen of the Queen City” on July 19 at noon.

More Roebling Bridge construction on the way, but it should reopen soon

The bridge is set to reopen by the end of July, but more work needs to be done

  CPD: “If your kids are out at 2,3,4 in the morning..they’re at risk..there’s no reason for them to be out...”

There are calls for a crackdown on curfew after another 14-year old was gunned down in Cincinnati.

Glier’s Goetta Fest vendors feature new menu items

Not only is Glier’s Goetta Fest expanding to two weekends, Glier’s asked each vendor to debut a new menu item.

‘Donut Boy’ thanks Tri-State police officers with tasty treat

An 11-year-old boy is traveling the country to thank police officers with, you guessed it, donuts.

Sheriff: 3-year-old girl nearly drowns in Butler Co.

The Butler County Sheriff’s Office says the girl was at the bottom of a pool, but she was breathing when deputies arrived.

  Assistant pastor at Warren County church killed in bicycle crash with pickup truck

Carl Justice was the assistant pastor at Butlerville Church of God, according to the church's lead pastor

No delay in trash pickup on Fourth of July, Covington says

Don’t worry about whether your trash is going to be extra smelly for the next week.

FC Cincinnati claims victory in first hiring program

The team says each graduate received a job in various construction firms around the city.

  Cincinnati nonprofit helps homeless couple with new home

A couple living out of their car, not knowing how they were going to get by each day is now moving into their own home with the help of a local non profit.

  ‘Rumpke’ the cat survives being doused in oil, thrown in dumpster, getting trapped in dump truck

Somehow, "Rumpke” the cat is still alive.

Roadwork advisory: Expect rush-hour lane closures on part of US 50 soon

Wooster Pike between Terrace Park and Newtown Road will be affected

  Mother defends father of missing 3-year-old found in apartment: 'It was a mistake’

Janilya Turner, 3, was reported missing by her mother around 9:20 p.m. Sunday.

Whitney/Strong to host event on anniversary of 5/3 shooting

Back in September, a man opened fire killing three people in the lobby of the 5/3 headquarters in downtown Cincinnati.

Unattended grill sparks deck fire in Oakley

Fire crews prevented the flames from spreading to the home

  Missing Springfield Twp. 3-year-old found safe; father charged

Police searched overnight for Janilya Turner, 3

CPD announces death of Jaeger, a retired police K-9 officer

Jaeger and his handler, Officer Tim Pappas, received “many accolades” during the K-9 officer’s career, according to the department.

XU product Edmond Sumner reportedly agrees to deal with Pacers

The Pacers drafted him in the second round of the 2017 NBA Draft.

  Woman who slipped at Jack Casino awarded $3 million

The 2016 incident was captured on surveillance video.

Court upholds ruling against unvaccinated NKY student in chickenpox case

Assumption Academy senior Jerome Kunkel, 18, claimed the Varicella Virus vaccination went against his religious beliefs and refused the shot.

Luis Castillo is lone Reds player to make All-Star Game

“I’m really happy,” Castillo said.

Clermont County Board of Commissioners appoints acting county engineer

The Clermont County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously Monday to appoint Jeremy P. Evans as acting county engineer.

Study: Ohio might be less patriotic than you think it is

The WalletHub study says the Buckeye State ranks in the bottom half of states for how 'patriotic' it is

Delhi man reported critically missing

Joe Thompson, 38, was last seen at UC Health Ridgeway in Clifton

  Traveling Kentucky Vietnam Wall brings together those affected by the war in Falmouth

The memorial includes names of soldiers who were killed, held as prisoners of war and those who are still missing

11-year-old boy with autism drowns in backyard pool in Florence

The Boone County Sheriff's Office says the boy was found in his neighbor's pool

  Video shows altercation between inmate, officers at Hamilton County Justice Center

Newly-released video from the Hamilton County Justice Center shows an altercation between Stephanie Stallworth and two corrections officers.

  Track coach indicted on two counts of attempted rape

He is slated to be back in court July 12.

  Rescue caught on camera: Officer pulls fawn from Madeira pool

Every once in awhile, police officers have to respond to reports of animals trapped or in distress.

  OSHP: Trooper critically injured in fiery head-on crash with possible impaired driver

OSHP says Trooper Jason Phillips was dispatched around 2:40 a.m. to locate a possible impaired driver in the area of milepost 155 on I-71.

Elderly man with dementia, diabetes missing from Germantown home found

Adrian Morningstar, 85, was last seen Wednesday at 11 p.m. when he left his home on Pagett Drive and never returned.

Authorities ID 60-year-old killed in head-on Warren County crash

Dexter Atkins, 60, was pronounced dead at the scene.

  Mother of man accused of shooting at officers: ‘I was very thankful that he was alive’

She swears she never heard from him the entire time he was on the run.