Hard News

  Police investigating after woman reports assault by stranger at OTR bar

  Tracie Hunter protests continue Thursday outside Justice Center

  CPD: Man arrested, charged with murder in baby’s death

Manhunt for escaped Highland County inmate concludes

Missing Middletown teen found safe in Florida on own free will, police say

  Cincinnati police believe they’re one step closer to catching serial flasher

Continued Coverage

  Crime Stoppers offering $10K reward in missing Middletown teen case

  'We just want Heavenly back’: Middletown teen mysteriously vanishes in Michigan

Neighbors react to Hamilton murder-suicide

  Witness recalls scene of Burlington crash that killed 19-year-old: ‘It’s tragic’

  Son of West Chester homicide victim: ‘Killing is nothing’ for suspect

  Wife of man wanted in North College Hill knife attack: ‘Please turn yourself in’

  Harrison condo owners want answers after landslide

Dozens were evacuated Sunday after a landslide on the property of the condos

Mother and son seriously injured in head-on crash in College Hill

The 6-year-old child is in critical condition

Deters wants to investigate MSD: ‘We are no longer holding back’

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters wants to investigate Cincinnati’s Metropolitan Sewer District following the release of a state audit Friday that found they made nearly $800,000 in improper payments.

Henry Leaves Kenton County Jail

Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chris Henry was released from a northern Kentucky jail yesterday after completing a two-day sentence. Henry pleaded guilty on Thursday to letting minors drink alcohol in a hotel room he had rented. That plea settled the last of his four court cases.

UC Music Dean Leaving for New York

Gen. Casey Visits Fairfield

Testimony Continues In Lonnie Webster Trial

Bengals Say Time To Pay Up For Turf

Fire Officials Investigating Price Hill Fires

Bank Robber Hits Covedale Fifth Third Location

Bengals Offer Jerk Hotline To Report Unruly Fans

One day after the latest Bengal arrest of guard Eric Steinbach, the team is making waves by telling fans they better shape up. Alarmed by the increase in drunk and sometimes belligerent even violent

Police Release Sketch Of Suspected Gunman In Pub Shooting

Cincinnati Police have released a sketch of man who shot and killed an employee of Stanley's Pub in Columbia Tusculum on Wednesday. He's described as a black man, between the ages of 25 to 30, height

Suspicious Substance Found At Linwood Processing Center

A suspicious substance has locked down a processing center in Linwood this afternoon. The fire department has arrived on the scene where a worker found a powder in the US Bank operations center in the

Woman Dead, Husband Injured In Apparent Fatal Dispute In Blue Ash

A woman who had previously been attacked was found dead Wednesday morning, the result of an apparent domestic violence dispute. Twenty seven-year-old

Norwood Father Convicted Of Killing Daughter Gets Life With No Parole

A man who at first pleaded that he was insane when he allegedly killed his daughter is going to jail and has very little chance of getting out before his sentence is complete. A judge convicted Gordon

Man Arrested For Early Morning Sexual Attack On Teen

A Goshen man is behind bars for a dramatic early morning attack on a 15 year old girl. Police say that Jerry Lee Drusell attacked the girl after her parents left for work this morning. Drusell apparently

Woman Accusing Church Of Forcing Adoption Wins Appeal

A woman who has accused a priest of impregnating her and then being forced to put the baby up for adoption has won an appeal in court. The woman, who is called Jane Doe in the case, alleges that a priest

Marine's Body Returns To Tri-State

The third service member to die in Iraq within a two week span has returned home. The body of Marine Justin Sims arrived back at CVG last night. A visitation for the Lance Corporal will be held Friday

Suspect Remains On The Loose

Warren County Investigators have released a sketch of a man who they think raped two women over the weekend.

taft pleads to charges

governor taft enters plea

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Governor Taft has pleaded no contest to ethics charges that he failed to report golf outings and other gifts. Taft was charged with failing to disclose 52 gifts -- including dinners,