Restaurant robbed after owners donate supplies in Texas

While the owners of Fry Daddy’s and Six Forks Burger Company were in Texas taking supplies to people in need after the devastating winter storm, someone broke into their restaurant and stole all of the money in the cash register.

  ‘Nothing we can do:’ East End business impacted by floodwaters

  Woman injured by fallen tree in Sharon Woods is wife of Reds outfielder

  1,000 COVID-19 vaccines given at Cintas Center with thousands more to come

Free pop-up COVID-19 vaccine site this weekend in Hamilton County

Smale Riverfront Park finishes top 5 of USA Today’s Best Riverwalk contest

Ohio man pleads guilty to sending money to impoverished women in exchange for porn of their children

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DeWine responds to Cranley’s request that governor open up vaccine rollout

  Flooding impacts parts of Tri-State as Ohio River rises

Ohio’s mask mandate will stay in place, DeWine’s office says

  ‘Let’s Talk:’ Group of women business owners come together to uplift one another

Reds announce plans for single-game ticket sales

Join Fiona and her friends for breakfast at the Cincinnati Zoo

Honoring a fallen hero: Funeral Wednesday for ODNR officer who died trying to rescue teens from frozen lake

'He enjoyed hunting, fishing, and outdoor activities. Most importantly, he loved spending time with his family.'

One year ago today: Gov. DeWine announces Ohio’s first coronavirus cancellation

March 3, 2020 saw the first of many virus-related cancellations.

Ohio Department of Health to change COVID-19 death reporting

The Ohio Department of Health will retire the manual system that has provided a real-time death toll from the pandemic.

New limits on mass gatherings, sports events in Ohio now in effect

Both orders are effective beginning on March 2.

Ohio’s US Rep. Jim Jordan calls for Congressional hearing to examine ‘cancel culture’

DeWine discusses state police reform with Cincinnati City Council’s Law & Public Safety Committee

Akron police find 67-year-old man with dementia

Cleveland Police arrest 15-year-old kidnapping suspect

  Mother shows little remorse after confessing to killing son, police chief says

  Director of Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is resigning

Middletown schools remember ‘happy, joyful’ young boy

The superintendent posted a message to families on Monday following the news of the boy's death.

Highest gas prices of 2021 could come in March, AAA says

Locally, gas prices in Cincinnati are more expensive than the national average, according to AAA.

Acting U.S. Attorney named for southern Ohio

Former U.S. Attorney David DeVillers stepped down Friday

  Judge: Boone County Schools must resume full in-person learning

A lawsuit from a parent accuses the district of breaking the law by not allowing students to be in class full-time

WATCH: Ohio koala baby leaves mother’s pouch for the first time

Like all Koala babies, this joey spent months inside his mother's pouch before venturing out into the world.

  Women’s golf league wants new members this year

Women's golf league wants more members

Funeral services for fallen ODNR officer announced

The services for a fallen Ohio Department of Natural Resources officer have been announced.

The man shot walking Lady Gaga’s dogs is from Cincinnati, reports say

It’s not yet clear if the dog walker was targeted because of his celebrity client.

At divided time, Ohio unites behind statue of John Glenn

The statue stands 7 feet tall and weighs 600 pounds.

  Search for Nylo to focus on key areas following Wednesday update

The search for the three-year-old will continue.

  Death investigation of Nylo, Nyteisha Lattimore continues

The three-year-old boy's body still hasn't been found.

  Cookies for Caregivers bakes up joy across the country

Cookies for Caregivers gives cookies to front-line workers.

  New jobless claims mean new cases of unemployment fraud

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services believes at least 29,000 of last week’s claims are fraudulent.

  Fans to return to GABP: Gov. DeWine announces attendance policy for Reds

Opening Day for the Reds is April 1 against the St. Louis Cardinals.

Teen girl identified after drowning in icy lake trying to save brother

The teen was pulled from the water after she was trapped under ice for hours, officials say.

Fund launched to help Black, brown owned small businesses in Cincinnati impacted by COVID-19

The “Resiliency Fund” is made up of three different tiers.

Program director at UC’s College of Medicine heads to court on child porn charges

John 'Ned" Donnelly is on administrative leave from his job

Teen asks for well wishes after debilitating stroke while fighting 4th round of cancer

Since 2015, WAVE 3 News has followed the journey of Matthew Walker, a 12-year-old boy at the time who’s now had to fight for his life four times against leukemia.

  4 Paws for Ability needs volunteer trainers

4 Paws for Ability is in need of volunteers to help train and socialize their dogs

  Victim’s family questions police chase that led to serious crash in Walnut Hills

Shakiya Lewis suffered critical injuries after she was hit by a man fleeing police Tuesday.

Man arrested after sharing child porn images with undercover officer, sheriff says

The 55-year-old is being held at the Hamilton County Justice Center.

Ten Ohio residents now charged in connection with deadly Capitol protest

Five people, including a U.S. Capitol Police officer, died in the Jan. 6 incident.

Sloths unable to socially distance during pandemic now expecting baby

This will be the first baby sloth born at the Zoo.

  Long-time Cincinnati personality back behind the mic

It’s a voice as unique as his personality and now he’s back on the mic.

  Teen, ODNR officer die in double tragedy at state park

'He died doing what he did best, helping others'

Greater Cincinnati teachers to receive second dose of COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday

Educators from Lakota, Fairfield and Middletown will be lining up for shots

Ohio Amber Alert for missing 1-year-old canceled

The suspect, William Hannah, has been taken into custody.

  Local leaders join committee focusing on policing in Ohio

Eight people across Ohio will make up the committee to take a closer look at policing in the state.

  Meals on Wheels, Cincinnati Area Senior Services merge

Meals on Wheels merges with another senior service organization.

  ‘Devastated:’ Parents dealing with unimaginable loss of son

The three-year-old boy died Monday after a fire in West End.

Mayoral candidate to contest BOE decision on signature count

At least one person is no longer in the running for Cincinnati’s next mayor.

Cincinnati coffee shop gets COVID-19 relief thanks to Barstool Fund

The coffee shop reopened its doors shortly before the pandemic.

  Innocent driver seriously injured after suspect crashes car during police chase

Police say the woman was critically injured.

Koehler doesn’t meet signature requirement needed for 2021 mayoral race, BOE says

Seven candidates remain on the ballot for Cincinnati's next mayor.

Flags to be lowered in honor of 500K Americans lost to COVID-19

All three governors in the Tri-State have directed flags to be lowered.

Coroner IDs 3-year-old boy killed in West End fire

Fire officials say the young boy suffered second and third-degree burns

Indiana teachers no longer allowed on vaccine standby lists

Some teachers were getting their COVID-19 vaccines through standby lists at Walmart stores in the state.

  3-year-old dies following apartment fire in West End

The fire was reported around 2:30 p.m. at a home in the 1500 block of Dudley Walk.

USAF pilot killed in crash remembered in his Southern Indiana hometown

Lt. Scot Ames, Jr. was an instructor pilot aboard a T-38C Talon jet trainer when it crashed near the Montgomery, Alabama airport on Friday evening.

COVID vaccine timeline pushed back for children

When will children be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine? And once they are given the green light, will you allow your child to get it?

  Disorderly crowd draws large police presence to Dave & Buster’s

The situation resulted in numerous police agencies being called to the scene.

Health Department: 6 infected after finishing full COVID-19 vaccination cycle

Six of the more than 47,000 fully COVID-19 vaccinated people in Louisville have acquired the virus.

  Beauty supply store suffers extensive damage after water pipe ruptures

A water pipe burst left thousands of dollars worth of inventory ruined.

  Remembering Cincinnati media personality Pat Barry

Pat Barry passed away on Feb. 20.

  Fan capacity for Reds, other teams this spring discussed by Gov. DeWine

An official announcement on fan capacity is expected later this week, Gov. DeWine said.

UK variant detected in Hamilton County, health officials say

The UK variant does have an increased chance of being transferred from person to person, according to the CDC.

2020 was deadliest year in more than a decade on Ohio roads, Highway Patrol says

Governor DeWine is pointing to this new data as he doubles down on his commitment to strengthening Ohio's distracted driving laws.

Woman dies following Friday crash in Clermont Co.

The woman was not wearing a seatbelt, according to troopers.

More than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases reported in Ohio

To date, 16,693 people have died from COVID-19 in Ohio.

  ‘It’s definitely something massive’: Ohio unemployment fraud claims skyrocket

The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services believes at least 77,000 unemployment claims filed in February are fraudulent.

  Collision center sees increase in business following winter weather

The owner says business is up 30% this time of year compared to last.

  WATCH: Jailhouse video shows altercation between deputy, inmate

The deputy had to go to the hospital after the altercation.

  Former Cincinnati councilwoman out on bond after hiding fugitive, documents say

The former councilwoman was arrested Wednesday.

Vice Mayor Smitherman will not run for mayor in 2021

Vice Mayor Christopher Smitherman says he will not run for mayor in 2021.

  ‘Don’t declare victory too early:’ Ohio doctor stresses importance to prevent COVID spread

Ohio's COVID-19 vaccination efforts continue.

P.G. Sittenfeld announces decision on 2021 mayoral race

Sittenfeld was indicted on two counts each of honest services wire fraud, bribery, and attempted extortion by a government official in Nov. 2020.

‘Give our crews room to work’: ODOT urges caution after 8 plows hit in one week

Ohio faced a week of brutal cold and snow.

Bill to limit DeWine’s health orders passes in Ohio Senate

DeWine vetoed a similar bill in December.