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Cincinnati bar cited for violating Gov. DeWine’s alcohol curfew

A Cincinnati bar was cited this week for violating Gov. DeWine’s current health orders.

Ohio man accuses group of plotting to perform citizen’s arrest on Gov. Mike DeWine for tyranny, police say

  Cincinnati man runs 326 miles for charity

Portsmouth attorney under state investigation for sex trafficking indicted

Hamilton County jury trials suspended due to COVID-19 case increase

  Butler County Auditor at odds with the state

Metro riders should monitor their health after bus driver’s positive COVID-19 test

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  Manatee returns home after rehabbing at Cincinnati Zoo

National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveils Ohio State O-H-I-O series

  Greater Cincinnati sees highest number of hospitalizations since pandemic start, officials say

Chipotle looks to hire hundreds during upcoming hiring event

  Video tells Ohioans ‘Don’t let up' in battle against COVID-19

$3 billion in unclaimed funds belongs to thousands of Ohioans, are you one of them?

  ‘You took everything’: Money meant for wedding, better future stolen during break-in

The money he had saved up was going towards a wedding and to build a better future.

  Ohio reports highest single day COVID-19 cases since pandemic began

Of the 10 highest days of new cases reported, eight have occurred in the past nine days.

  Encouraging kindness: Fairfield Schools host Unity Month

Fairfield Schools students, staff take part in Unity Week.

3 people walking hit by car after crash at Broadway, Fifth Street

The people were walking on the sidewalk when the car and truck crashed, police say.

  Heavy fog for morning commute

’Intricate’ scam targeting Ohio social workers

  VP Mike Pence speaks at Cincinnati’s Lunken Airport

  House bill would lift Ohio’s 10 p.m. ‘last call’ order

  Officer identified in Elmwood Place fatal shooting

66 new deaths, a record-breaking 2,366 coronavirus cases reported in Ohio in last 24 hours

Driver dies after being ejected from vehicle, police say

Police say the driver was not wearing a seatbelt.

Ohio entering peak months for deer-related crashes

More than 19,000 deer-related crashes were reported on Ohio roadways in 2019, according to the state highway patrol.

10 p.m. curfew on alcohol sales will be in place for a while, Gov. DeWine says

DeWine said earlier this month he was considering changing or getting rid of the last call order.

  Man killed in gunfire exchange with Elmwood Place police identified

Shots were fired around 1:45 p.m in the area of Highland Avenue and Linden Street.

  Stimulus package to help Cincinnati bars, restaurants unveiled

To be eligible, the business must be a non-chain bar or restaurant in the city.

Ohio outlines plan to distribute COVID-19 vaccine

Ohio's draft plan to distribute the vaccine is broken down into four phases

Walmart looks to hire hundreds during upcoming job fair in Tri-State

The hiring event will be held on Oct. 21 and 22nd from 11 a.m. till 8 p.m.

  Ohio reports highest single-day total of COVID-19 hospitalizations

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted will give an update on the status of the coronavirus response.

Police search for 19-year-old missing since late September

The 19-year-old went missing on Sept. 26, according to police.

  Last portions of Cincinnati’s Skywalk coming down

The Skywalk has come down in stages over the years and demolition crews this week are removing the last remnants of the old structure.

2 Akron men indicted in connection with murder of 6-year-old girl

Marviya Jones was shot Sept. 10 and died Sept. 22.

ADORABLE: Baby rhino finds new toy

Ajani Joe sure is something else.

Police trying to identify suspects seen stealing ATM

The suspects broke into a store in the 1700 block of Blue Rock Street in Northside, according to police.

Looking for your lost dog? Here’s where to check in Hamilton County

On Sunday alone, the Cincinnati Animal CARE Humane Society said they had 17 dogs brought in to them.

Reds announce new president of baseball operations

The Reds decided to hire from within when naming the replacement for Dick Williams.

  90 sued for damage done during George Floyd protests

A legal expert says the suit is a long shot.

  Courthouse employee charged after keeping deputies from defendant, sheriff’s office says

The report says the employee tried to shut the door on the reporting officer and a deputy, blocking them from the defendant.

Man with dementia, epilepsy missing since Thursday

His sister told officers her brother has dementia and epilepsy.

  Southwest Ohio running out of time on COVID surge, governor says

"Ohioans have stepped up in the past. It's time to do it again."

Coroner IDs passenger who died in Spring Grove Village crash

The crash remains under investigation

Woman arrested for murder in connection to September shooting, police say

The 23-year-old victim was found dead around 10 p.m. on Sept. 13, police say.

  Enter if you dare: Cincinnati’s oldest bar offers paranormal investigations

The experiences some workers went through was enough to keep them from entering parts of the bar.

Joshua Jaynes: Detective’s attorney acknowledges Breonna Taylor search warrant was ‘inaccurate’

An attorney for embattled LMPD Det. Joshua Jaynes said information in a search warrant affidavit related to the deadly raid on Breonna Taylor’s apartment was “inaccurate.”

Senate bill introduced to repeal Ohio’s 10 p.m. alcohol curfew

The bi-partisan bill has three local co-sponsors and would take effect immediately upon passage.

  Mariemont theatre features thrills, chills, filmmakers and fun this fall

Mariemont theatre features fun, thrills and chills this fall.

  Ohio reports more than 2K COVID-19 cases in another record-breaking day

DeWine said in all likelihood things will get worse before they get better.

1 dead, 2 taken to hospital after crash, police say

The crash is under investigation by police.

Positive COVID-19 cases on UC football team causes game postponement, source says

The matchup with Tulsa will now be played on Dec. 5, according to the team.

  City Council approves final $1M needed for Lower Price Hill housing project

The money will be used to fix up 11 properties and build an entirely new one.

City Council approves Boggs Muething as new City Manager

Boggs Muething replaces Patrick Duhaney as the City Manager.

Early in-person voting triples in OH, absentee requests breaking records

With Election Day only 20 days away, Ohio residents are showing up to vote early in record numbers.

Travel restrictions again: Ohio visitors to New York, New Jersey, Connecticut required to quarantine for 14 days

Once again, Ohio has landed on the travel restriction list for three states: New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

Attorney General to have armed security

Daniel Cameron’s office said he has received several serious, credible threats to his safety and members of his family.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine signs bill making pandemic drinks-to-go permanent

Drinks must be sealed before sale and cannot be consumed on the premises.

  Tri-State street musician keeps faith after equipment stolen

He walked through Over-the-Rhine to find anyone who may have seen the theft but had no luck.

  Cincinnati police officer arrested on felony charges, department says

The Cincinnati police officer was arrested on Monday, according to the department.

Election 2020: Why does the order of candidates change on Ohio ballots?

If you have talked with others who have voted already in Ohio, you might have discovered all ballots are not the same.

Possible COVID-19 exposure traced to recent Cincinnati event, health department says

Health department officials say no cases of COVID-19 have been linked back to the event so far.

Coronavirus case numbers ‘continue to go up,’ Gov. DeWine says

Last week, he said the numbers are showing Ohio is heading in the wrong direction.

  Early voting begins in Kentucky: What you need to know before you go to the polls

Voting in 2020 is confusing. We've got all the deadlines, applications, locations, hours and rules

  Some Cincinnati Public students return to classrooms

The second round of students will return to class Oct. 20

  Some CPS students return to classrooms this week

For the first time since March, Evanston Academy students will be allowed back inside the classroom.

  Ohio families now allowed to visit loved ones living in nursing homes

Although the governor has okayed indoor visitation, the ultimate decision is still up to each facility.

  Indoor visits at nursing homes, assisted living facilities in Ohio begin Monday

Indoor visits have been off-limits since the pandemic began in March.

Youngstown State faculty starts strike today

The union's negotiation team and administrators are set to meet today in hopes of reaching an agreement.

Ohio Department of Health signs order allowing oral, nasal piercings to continue

A previous health order not did not oral and nasal piercings to resume.

Man killed in single car accident in Highland County

The crash took place a little before 11:30 a.m. on U.S. 50 in Liberty Township, according to OSHP.

3 more deaths, an additional 1,356 coronavirus cases reported in Ohio over the last 24 hours

As of Saturday, the Department of Health said 4,997 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 167,458 cases reported statewide since the start of the pandemic.

  County in Ohio says nearly 50,000 voters received wrong ballots

With about 240,000 ballots mailed, that meant one in five voters received a wrong ballot.

  2 men arrested in connection with 2007 murder, prosecutor announces

The developments in technology in the years since the murder led to the arrests of the two men, the prosecutor explained.

1,840 coronavirus cases: Ohio reports highest 24-hour spike with regular testing of COVID-19 cases since start of pandemic

As of Friday, the Department of Health said 4,994 Ohioans have died from the coronavirus with at least 166,102 cases reported statewide since the start of the pandemic.

Gov. DeWine says he is 'very happy to be voting for Donald Trump’

Oho Gov. Mike DeWine expressed his continued support for President Donald Trump in remarks made during Thursday’s COVID-19 briefing.

  Hamilton County deputy in critical condition after crash on Beechmont Avenue

The crash happened around 6:15 p.m. Thursday

PIU investigators say part of warrant for Breonna Taylor’s apartment was misleading

Attorney General Daniel Cameron chose to not make the warrant a part of his case, deferring that part of the investigation to the FBI.

Governor weighing end of 10 p.m. alcohol curfew in Ohio

Local bars and restaurants say the ban has hurt business.

Cincinnati Zoo & “BOO-tanical” Garden announces dates for HallZooween

It will be a little different this year, but the fun times will go on.

Police: Man arrested for murder more than a decade after deadly shooting

The arrest was made by the Cincinnati Police Homicide Unit with assistance from the Fugitive Apprehension Squad.

  Ohio’s coronavirus numbers are ‘not good,’ DeWine says

Ohio’s positivity rate jumped to 3.9% and the 7-day rolling average is 3.3%.