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4 teens accused in Warren County murder to appear in court

Four of the five suspects charged in the murder of Mason Trudics will face a judge for a pre-trial hearing Friday morning.

  Teens broke into Tri-state man’s home using stolen garage-door opener, homeowner says

  Teens accused of cyberbullying girl with special needs now facing criminal charges

  Police investigating hate crime after man allegedly attacks woman at Corryville laundromat

  Attorney, police spar over alleged gropings in North College Hill

Roebling Bridge repair work could stretch to end of 2021

  Tanker fire causes ‘catastrophic’ damage on interstate ramp in Indianapolis

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Hundreds of NKY residents open to fraud after clerk’s office theft, officials say

Skyline to give out onesies to newborns on National Chili Day

  Closed OTR eatery Panino, owner sue 3CDC over ‘promise’ of beer garden

Police arrest teen accused of robbing Mason woman at gunpoint

Friend of Dayton mass shooter sentenced to 32 months in prison

Coroner identifies woman killed in crash involving Rumpke truck

Firefighter, resident injured in Miami Township apartment complex fire

A firefighter and resident were injured in a fire at an apartment complex in Miami Township Thursday afternoon.

Type O blood donors can get free Cyclones tickets

If you donate at one of Hoxworth’s donor centers, you’ll be rewarded with free Cyclones tickets.

  Man arrested in triple shooting that injured 13-year-old leaving dance class

A man has been arrested after a triple shooting in Roselawn injured a 13-year-old and two adults.

TBI issues Amber Alert for east Tennessee infant last seen in December

TBI said 15-month-old Evelyn Mae Boswell was last seen Dec. 26, 2019. She was not reported missing until Feb. 18.

  Butler Tech teens creating door displays to raise safe driving awareness

  Man confesses to recent burglaries after police take him in on unrelated charges

  Billboards for Good: Tri-state group gets creative in fight against human trafficking, prostitution

  Dog found beneath overpass near Norwood needs forever home

Too raunchy for the road: Rejected vanity plates of 2019

  Donations needed for stray dog found hit by train in Kenton County

  Tri-state mother charged after trying to pick children up from school drunk

Other parents say they saw the woman "staggering" and tried to help her before an off-duty officer called 911.

  Covington Catholic students launch new suit against media, others

Nicholas Sandmann is not a party to his classmates’ lawsuit, but there are similarities.

  3 injured in shooting on Reading Road

The shooting reportedly occurred in the 7600 block of Reading Road in Roselawn.

  Butler County tire business continues to burn, EPA gives fire crews green light to use water

Fire crews are reportedly “trucking water" onto the scene because there are no fire hydrants surrounding the business.

  VIDEO: Man robs Kenton County gov office of fake ID supplies

Police say a man broke into the Kenton County Clerk’s Office and stole items needed to manufacture drivers’ licenses and ID cards.

Newman released from hospital; Chastain to race Las Vegas

Roush Fenway Racing tweeted a photo of Newman walking out of Halifax Medical Center hand in hand with his daughters.

Driver gets wish to be laid to rest in school bus casket

A lifelong Minnesota resident and beloved school bus driver will be laid to rest in a school bus casket.

Woman dies after crash involving Rumpke truck in Oxford Twp., police say

Police are investigating after a woman was killed in a crash involving a Rumpke trash truck Wednesday morning.

  VIDEO: Crews letting fire burn in Butler County to avert ‘environmental disaster,’ chief says

The Morgan Township Fire Deparment recommends the area be avoided until further notice.

  Police seeking last bit of evidence in Middletown murder case believed to be gang-related

Police say they need just one more shred of evidence to nail the accused killers in a 2018 murder.

  CPD unveils ‘game-changing’ tech, including new tasers, holsters and body cams

The new body cameras come as part of a 10-year, $24-million contract.

Rejoice: Crews to fix potholes on 275 Wednesday

Motorists should expect delays.

  Lebanon City Council poised to allow guns at council meetings

"A law-abiding citizen with a gun is a good thing."

'Brutally attacked’ Cincinnati police officer sues suspect, suspect’s mother

'This officer was grievously injured in the line of duty and he’s got legitimate claims against the people who are responsible,' his attorney says

SkyStar Wheel leaving The Banks to make way for new ‘giant’ wheel

The mobile SkyStar wheel will remain open to the public through Sunday, March 1. It will be packed up the following day to head to California for the Golden Gate Park’s 150th anniversary.

Former Cincinnati Bengal Chad Johnson pays Ohio woman’s rent, helps avoid eviction

Johnson paid the rent of an Ohio woman on Monday.

Missing Avondale man found safe

Charles Speed, 71, was last seen leaving his home on Bonfield Drive on Monday around 8:45 p.m.

  Middletown police: 4 arrested in large fentanyl drug bust

The bust resulted in four arrests and a substantial seizure of drugs and money. One man is still at large.

  Cincy mother honors late son by donating nearly $18K worth of toys to cancer patients

Tanya Kennedy Gill estimates they donated close to $18,000 dollars worth of toys in her son's memory.

K9 helps seize more than 2 pounds of fentanyl during Butler Co. traffic stop

Butler County K9 Kaiser aided in protecting thousands of lives over the President’s Day weekend, the sheriff’s office said.

  Clermont Co. woman accused of animal cruelty facing 11 new charges

A woman accused of cruelty after sheriff’s deputies found dozens of neglected animals at a home in Clermont County is now facing 11 new charges.

  Despite Boy Scouts filing for bankruptcy, local chapter says ‘scouting in our region is strong’

The Dan Beard Council said they are not part of the national organization’s action.

  City dedicates park to fallen police officer Sonny Kim

The City of Cincinnati dedicated a park to honor police officer Sonny Kim who was killed in the line of duty.

Marty Brennaman to serve as Grand Marshal for Findlay Market Opening Day Parade

The theme of this year’s parade is the 2020 Olympics

Police: 16-year-old hit by car near Woodward High School

The teen was taken to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries to her hip and leg, police say

  FC Cincinnati coach resigns after reports he was accused of using racial slur

This comes after reports last week Ron Jans was “stepping away” from the team after he was accused of using the N-word.

Police watchdog agency: We need more staff, money as complaints increase against Cincinnati officers

Cincinnati Citizen Complaint Authority resulted from the city’s landmark 2002 Collaborative Agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice

Tuesday is voter registration deadline for Ohio primary

The Ohio primary election is March 17

  Get real-time 911 alerts on new app

Cincinnati is the second Ohio city to have access to the free mobile app

  Police to step up traffic enforcement on I-75 in NKY

Local police agencies in Northern Kentucky are teaming up to slow down drivers on I-75.

Wet, mild start before temps fall

Rain will fall off and on throughout early afternoon

  Butler County woman finds dead kitten in box with cruel note

The kitten was so young, its owner doesn't even have a photo of it... just a grave.

  ‘The worst serial killer I ever dealt with’: The confession of Joseph Paul Franklin

From 1977 to 1980, Joseph Paul Franklin went on a nationwide killing spree, targeting those who were black, bi-racial or Jewish.

  Police identify man killed in West End shooting

Officers were called to the area of David Street near Laurel Park around 1 p.m.

Ozzy Osbourne cancels Riverbend stop, North American tour

The “No More Tours 2” tour was slated to stop at Cincinnati’s Riverbend Music Center June 4.

2 pizza delivery drivers robbed in Westwood on Saturday

Police say no drivers or customers have been injured.

  As Ohio River recedes, cleanup efforts begin

In Aurora and Downtown Cincinnati floodwaters are retreating.

German Shepard euthanized following attack on Franklin, Ohio officer

A dog attacked a Franklin Division of Police officer Saturday while on a welfare check on a dog, said the Franklin Chief of Police Russ Whitman.

Attorney for officer charged with lying to feds demanded city restore her police powers or be sued

Quianna Campbell was arrested Friday

Warren Buffett buys $500M stake in Kroger

Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has acquired a 2.3 percent stake in Cincinnati-based Kroger, government disclosures say.

NKY man awarded $150K after being denied ‘IM GOD’ license plate

When Ben Hart moved to Kentucky from Ohio, his request to keep "IM GOD" on his license plate was denied.

Ohio bill would require flashing lights on Amish buggies

State data shows Ohio has had over 870 crashes involving an animal-drawn vehicle or an animal with a rider since 2014.

Exes’ reported driveway shootout kills stuntwoman, husband

Authorities found Hollywood stuntwoman Cheryl Sanders and her husband, Reed Sanders, dead outside of her ex-husband's home.

  Firefighter injured in fall in OTR building under renovation

A firefighter was injured in an early morning fire in Over-the-Rhine on Monday.

Mom overdoses on heroin while in car with 3-year-old, court documents say

One mom admitted Sunday to overdosing on heroin while her 3-year-old was in the vehicle, court documents say.

Presidents Day: What to know about the holiday

The third Monday of every February is a time to remember past and present presidents.

  Nonprofit raises funds to help purchase K9s for Tri-State police departments

A local nonprofit that purchases K9s for local police departments took in critical funds Sunday at an event in West Chester.

Naomi Short, Tri-State girl with stage-4 cancer, hosts toy drive

Naomi and her family will take the toys to Cincinnati Children’s on Tuesday at 1 p.m.

  Cincinnati girl battling stage-4 brain cancer wants to spread hope, positivity

“It’s just been a crazy ride. But I’m here. I’m kicking its butt.”

House burns down in Crosby Township

A fire broke out in Crosby Township Sunday morning, said police.

FC Cincinnati’s Darren Mattocks facing two felony charges in Pennsylvania

League sources say Mattocks is still on the FC Cincinnati roster.

KSP: 1 dead in single-vehicle Pendleton County crash

One person has died as a result of a single-vehicle crash in Falmouth Sunday morning, said Kentucky State Troopers.

Man fires shot with stolen handgun during foot pursuit in Lincoln Heights

A man fired a shot with a stolen handgun while being chased on foot by a deputy Friday in Lincoln Heights, the affidavit says.

Tony Fernandez, whose 17 MLB seasons included one with Reds, dies at 57

Five-time Major League Baseball All-Star Tony Fernandez, dies at the age of 57.

Belterra Park to open at 1 p.m.

Despite the flooding along the Ohio River, Belterra Park will be open Sunday at 1 p.m.

1-year-old dog rescued from flooded Ohio River

A 1-year-old Great Pyrenees female dog was rescued from the flooded Ohio River in California Friday, said police.

Missing 14-year-old Walton, KY girl found safe

A 14-year-old girl returned to her Walton, KY home after she was reported missing, according to the Boone County Sheriff’s Dispatch.

Man pleads guilty in Taylor Mill crash that killed his wife

A man pleaded guilty Thursday in connection to a car accident that killed his wife and injured a father and his two sons in June, said the Commonwealth Attorney, Rob Sanders.