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

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

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

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

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

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

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  Local leaders helping students understand National Day of Racial Healing significance

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

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

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

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

Toledo Police officer shot in standoff dies

  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.

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.

Ohio reports single-day spike of 81 COVID-19 deaths and 4,312 new cases

As of Monday, the Department of Health reported 10,281 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 831,066 cases statewide since the start of the pandemic.

  Cincinnati remembers Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during annual MLK Day Parade

Dr. King’s legacy and dream were remembered and honored during the annual celebration.

  Here’s how to celebrate MLK Day despite pandemic

Mt. Orab bar cited for violating state curfew

Ohio reports single-day spike of 65 COVID-19 deaths and 5,247 new cases

FBI arrests Louisville man for role in U.S. Capitol protests

Ohio reports single-day spike of 78 COVID-19 deaths and 7,065 new cases

Legal expert: Prosecutors send a message with charges against former Cleveland schools employee connected to Capitol riot

  Healthcare facility helping seniors get essential supplies during pandemic

Dozens of senior citizens have received care packages filled with some essential supplies.

Ohio surpasses 10,000 total deaths from COVID-19

More than 10,000 Ohioans have now died from COVID-19.

  Cincinnati, Hamilton Co. officials announce new vaccine resource for residents

The new website will serve as a one-stop-shop about the vaccine.

Gov. DeWine deploys additional Ohio National Guard members to D.C. ahead of inauguration day

Gov. Mike DeWine deployed Ohio National Guard members to D.C. Friday ahead of the presidential inauguration.

Former Buckeyes coach Urban Meyer accepts NFL job

In seven seasons at Ohio State, Meyer led the Buckeyes to an 83-9 record and a National Title in 2014.

  Show your love and help everyone’s favorite hippo celebrate her birthday

Fiona turns four years old this month!

Oakley OB-GYN suspended after sharing drugs with patients, sexual misconduct

Since December 2018, the gynecologist has operated his own practices, but these incidents occurred while working at another doctor’s practice.

  Hamilton Co. elevated to highest spread, exposure level on state’s COVID-19 alert map

The highest level indicates severe exposure and spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19 vaccine: When you can get it, how to sign up, and where to get it

The information varies from state to state, and is constantly changing, but here’s what we know right now.

‘Violence will not be tolerated,’ DeWine says ahead of presidential inauguration protests in Ohio

The Ohio Statehouse and state office buildings will be closed Sunday through Wednesday.

Powerball jackpot grows to $640M as Mega Millions tops $750M

It’s only the second time both of the national lottery games have topped $500 million.

  Man & dog’s best friend: Goose becomes family pet after being saved

A Cincinnati man saved a goose from a car accident and made him part of his family.

  MLK Jr. Day now a city holiday following unanimous approval by Cincinnati City Council

Council members could not stress enough that MLK Jr. Day is meant to be a day of service to other people in the community, not just another day off.

  Cincinnati animal rescue partners with Alabama shelter to find dogs new homes

Places in the Tri-State like HART continue to see adoptions move quickly during the pandemic.

Ohio reports single-day spike of 79 COVID-19 deaths and 6,701 new cases

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health reported 9,881 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 799,639 cases statewide since the start of the pandemic.

Astronomy events in the January night sky

Even though we are about halfway through the month, there is still plenty to see.

  P.G. Sittenfeld: Feds misstated facts, made ‘unfairly prejudicial statements’

Last month, Sittenfeld asked a judge to throw out all the federal corruption charges against him.

Gov. Mike DeWine activates Ohio National Guard to assist with inauguration

“People have the right to protest. They do not have the right to be destructive or hurt other people," DeWine said.

This is one way to draw attention to a pothole problem in Geauga County

A supervisor said the photo is from three weeks ago and crews fixed that pothole within two hours of hearing about it.

  Gov. Mike DeWine updates Ohio’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout

As of Tuesday, DeWine said a little more than 321,500 Ohioans have been vaccinated.

Gov. DeWine makes bet with Alabama governor ahead of Buckeyes, Crimson Tide clash

A friendly wager between the two governors ahead of Monday's College Football Play National Championship.

Ohio reports single-day spike of 75 COVID-19 deaths and 7,892 new cases

As of Monday, the Department of Health reported 9,702 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 784,957 cases statewide since the start of the pandemic.

Tri-State governors order flags to be flown at half-staff in honor of fallen Capitol police officers

The three governors say this is to honor the fallen officers and law enforcement across the country.

Hoosiers Make Plays Down the Stretch, Wins at Nebraska

After blowing big lead, Hoosiers make plays down the stretch to down Nebraska

Ky. fourth-grader sends heartwarming note, allowance to Gov. Beshear for those suffering during pandemic

A local fourth-grader sent a heartwarming letter and her allowance to Gov. Beshear hoping to help someone in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.

55 additional deaths, 8,374 coronavirus cases reported in Ohio in 24 hours

As of Saturday, the Department of Health reported 9,599 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 770,977 cases statewide since the start of the pandemic.

  Ohio’s new alcohol delivery law comes with local detractors

The owner of one Cincinnati business says it’s a “terrible idea.”

Heart Mini Marathon goes digital again with a new challenge

The Heart Mini Marathon is digital again this year.

  Gov. DeWine details next phases of COVID-19 vaccine rollout

Around 221,000 people in Ohio have received the first dose of the vaccine, Gov. DeWine says.

Ohio Arts Council member resigns after backlash from Facebook post about Kamala Harris, election

Gov. DeWine’s office called the statements “highly offensive.”

Ohio reports single-day spike of 82 COVID-19 deaths and 9,535 new cases

As of Friday, the Department of Health reported 9,544 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 762,603 cases statewide since the start of the pandemic.

Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots up to combined $990 million

The combined jackpots of Friday and Saturday’s Mega Millions and Powerball drawings are over $990 million.

  Body of missing man found inside collapsed Adams County power plant

Jamie Fitzgerald was one of several workers who were inside the plant when it collapsed on Dec. 9, 2020.

Ohioans who took part in violent DC protest could face federal rebellion, insurrection charges

The protests left a woman dead from a gunshot wound and scores of police officers injured.

  Girl Scout cookie sales go digital

Girl Scouts are using an app or online service to sell cookies this year.

Crews locate damaged section of water main on Riverside Drive allowing repairs to start

Cincinnati Water Works says repairs will likely take two to three months to complete.

Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown calls for President Trump’s removal

“We must hold the president accountable for inciting this attack on our country,” said Sen. Brown in a statement.

CBP seizes shipment from Mexico containing meth

The seized shipment was bound for Houston, according to CBP.

Feeling stressed out, worn out, all around blah? - You’re not alone

The psychologist says she believes our experiences over the past nine months have destigmatized the idea of mental health

Ohio reports single-day spike of 121 COVID-19 deaths and 7,814 new cases

As of Wednesday, the Department of Health reported 9,368 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 742,817 cases statewide since the start of the pandemic.

18-year-old identified after he was shot, killed by East Cleveland police (video)

During the chase, the car caught on fire after the driver crashed into several objects.

  Here’s how to get rid of your broken Christmas lights

You can go green and recycle your holiday lights.

Browns WR Rashard Higgins and OT Jedrick Wills Jr. cited for drag racing by Westlake Police

Police said the two players were stopped by officers just before 9:30 a.m. for drag racing against each other in their individual cars by The Estates off Crocker Road.

  Cincinnati ‘Jeopardy!’ contestants remember Alex Trebek as his last shows air this week

Alex Trebek's last recorded shows air all week on FOX19 NOW.

  ‘Kids crying, bus driver not responding’: 911 call from school bus crash released

Police say eight students along with a school aid and driver were on the bus.

Officers fatally shoot driver in East Cleveland after chase with stolen car, police say (video)

During the chase, the car caught on fire after the driver crashed into several objects.

  DeWine hopes to move to next vaccination group in 2 weeks

Last week, DeWine announced the statewide 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew has been extended until Jan. 23.

Bengals 2021 opponents include games against AFC West, NFC North

Two of the toughest non-divisional games for the Bengals will both be at Paul Brown Stadium.

  Teen pedestrian seriously injured in Norwood hit-skip crash

The 15-year-old girl was admitted to the ICU with a serious head injury, police say.

Ohio EPA: Water in several Northeast Ohio communities contains potentially dangerous chemicals

A statewide initiative to identify chemicals in local drinking water has discovered potentially harmful containments at test sites across the state and in several locations in Northeast Ohio.

New claims in Breonna Taylor case state investigating officers were following Fischer’s orders

Attorneys representing Breonna Taylor’s family and one of the LMPD officers involved in the case agree on one thing: It was Mayor Greg Fischer’s office that was pushing a neighborhood revitalization project that ultimately led to Taylor’s death.

  Work to repair sinkhole in East End continues

Greater Cincinnati Water Works says a boil water advisory is still in effect for portions of Steiner Street and Hillside Avenue.

Nearly 6K daily coronavirus cases reported in Ohio

Throughout the pandemic, Ohio has totaled 727,423 cases.

  Still Not Found: Search for missing 3-year-old Nylo Lattimore continues

The three-year-old boy was last seen Dec. 4, 2020, according to police.

Free2Hope women’s drop-in center hit with more than 25 bullets

The building was hit by more than 20 bullets.

Help celebrate Fiona’s 4th birthday and you could meet the birthday girl

You can help Fiona celebrate her fourth birthday.

Dad facing child endangerment charge after allegedly leaving autistic child inside car for hours, court doc says

Witnesses found the child honking the horn, the court complaint says.

  FDA cancels fee that asked Ky. distillers who made hand sanitizer during pandemic to pay thousands

An 11th hour fee notice by the FDA has distilleries, who thought they were helping out, scratching their heads.