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  First Alert Weather Day: Officials remind drivers to stay safe during first snowfall of season

Officials are asking drivers to take precautions with the season’s first snowstorm expected Monday.

AAA advises drivers to prepare for cold weather

4,335 new COVID-19 cases reported in Indiana

Small business owners set up for Christmas Shopping Bazaar in Lawrenceburg

Court of appeals sides with Gov. Beshear to keep private, religious schools closed for in-person instruction

  Next phase of Wasson Way Trail opened Saturday

Livestreaming bystander hit and arrested during police situation in Jeffersontown

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Gov. Beshear announced 2,437 new COVID cases ‘We have come so far and we are almost there’

  Suspect injured in officer-involved shooting in Adams County

Crews battle major fire at Acapulco Mexican Restaurant in Florence, KY

Ohio surpasses 400,000 COVID-19 cases

Ky. AG Cameron files brief in response to appeal keeping religious, private schools closed

Indiana reports 4,535 new COVID-19 cases, 66 deaths

  Northern Kentucky FOPs giving hundreds of food boxes to families in need

The 30 lb. boxes contain cheese, milk, chicken, eggs, fruits and vegetables.

Body found inside house after crews battle fully engulfed fire in Indiana

A body was found inside a house that was fully engulfed in flames Friday night, Dillsboro firefighters said.

  Family’s light display, Christmas music provide ultimate holiday experience: VIDEO

Coordinating and setting up the display of 10,000 lights is a year-long endeavor.

  Kings Island transforms Eiffel Tower into region’s tallest Christmas tree

The park transformed the 314-ft. tower with lights Friday night.

Holiday brings Kentucky’s largest daily case increase of pandemic

  It’s a miracle! Fountain Square tree spruced up and glowing

Ohio’s oldest death-row inmate likely died from coronavirus

Northern Kentucky FOPs giving food boxes to families in need

OSU-Illinois game canceled, Ryan Day tests positive for COVID-19

Ohio nears 400K total COVID-19 cases; 17K new cases over past two days

Indiana reports 5,700 COVID-19 cases

The Indiana State Department of Health, IDSH, reported 5,700 COVID-19 cases bringing the total number of cases since March 6 to 324,537.

Community shows support for popular restaurant destroyed by fire

The Hog Rock Cafe partially collapsed in the early morning hours of Thanksgiving.

Ohio officially certifies general election results; state saw record turnout of 74%

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose officially certified Ohio’s 2020 general election results on Friday morning.

  Artisan Market at Newport on the Levee opens just in time for holiday season

Ten stores at Newport on the Levee opened up earlier this month just in time for the holiday season as a part of a new artisan market.

Local groups launch website to support local businesses

Local groups launch website to help local businesses, share holiday events.

Butler, Clermont jails suspended from transferring inmates to state prisons due to COVID-19

Ohio ranks third in the country with the most deaths in prison during the coronavirus pandemic

  Tri-State teacher working to bring Christmas joy to students in need

This is the third year the Dayton Independent School District teacher has done the program.

Arrest made in fatal Avondale shooting, police say

Cincinnati police announced the arrest Thanksgiving day.

  Covington sports bar contemplating next steps with new COVID-19 orders

The owners say the sports bar has been deserted since the new order started.

Indiana reports more than 6K new COVID-19 cases

Only one county in the FOX19 NOW viewing area reported a death Thursday.

  Fire destroys restaurant where Bengals fan slept on roof 57 days until team won

Part of the restaurant and bar collapsed about 2 a.m.

Man arrested in West Side pharmacy robberies, police say

The man threatened pharmacists with a firearm at two locations Wednesday, police say.

  111th annual Thanksgiving race goes virtual in Cincinnati

The event may be virtual in 2020, but one group decided to race the original route anyways.

  Subdued scenes at local bars, restaurants on eve of Thanksgiving

Concerned about the pandemic? As one bar-goer said, "We started drinking, so we don’t care anymore.”

Driver killed in 8-vehicle I-75 crash

Drugs and alcohol do not appear to be factors, according to the Ohio State Highway Patrol

Ohio Department of Health issues COVID-19 travel advisory for 16 states (updated map)

Although more than a dozen states are listed on the advisory, many Ohioans are expected to travel for the holiday.

  Tri-State teen hopes to help others through the power of music

She says the reaction to her music helped her decide what she wants to do with her life.

  Get Well Soon: Young Bengals fan offers words of encouragement to Joe Burrow

A photo of the letter made its way to the Bengals quarterback.

  Family offering reward after ATVs stolen from the garage

The family doesn't think this theft was just a coincidence.

  Thanksgiving tragedy: Murder of Cincinnati woman remains unsolved years later

Three years after the murder of 48-year-old Dina Mosley, her case remains unsolved.

Kentucky religious schools can resume in-person learning with Federal Court ruling

Religious schools can return to in-person learning immediately.

18-year-old killed in crash near Florence Speedway, sheriff’s office says

Speeding and wet roads are thought to be factors in the crash.

Woman killed in crash on Central Parkway, police say

The woman, who wasn't wearing a seatbelt, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police.

  Hundreds of Thanksgiving meals delivered to families in need

The meals went out to families, seniors, and veterans just before Thanksgiving.

More than 3K new COVID-19 cases reported in Kentucky

Boone County is among the counties with the highest number of new cases, according to Gov. Beshear.

  Warren Co. woman receives life-changing bionic arm thanks to community support

Hayley Wilson has long dreamed to become a nurse, but being born without a left hand put those dreams in doubt.

  Ethics front and center for prospective candidates in City Hall School program

The program is for engaged residents who are interested in running for council and want a deeper understanding of the city’s government.

  Demand for travel nurses increasing in Ohio, nationwide

The need for traveling nurses across the country has increased drastically because of the coronavirus pandemic.

3-vehicle weekend crash leaves man dead on I-275, police say

The crash occurred Saturday evening.

  Passengers filter through CVG ahead of Thanksgiving holiday

Changes have been made to the airport to make passengers feel more comfortable over Thanksgiving.

Man arrested in fatal West Side shooting, police say

29-year-old Teddy Williams died on Nov. 15 after a shooting on Wyoming Avenue.

CBP officers find more than toys inside shipment from Spain

The shipment was coming from Barcelona, Spain, according to officials.

Cincinnati bump-stock ban struck down in latest battle over gun rights

The devices are “designed to dramatically increase the firing rate of otherwise legal weapons to the firing speed of unlawful weapons.”

Ohio reports largest daily jump in COVID-19 deaths

COVID-19 hospitalizations are at an all-time high, with 417 new hospital admissions Wednesday.

Donate to the Food from the Heart virtual food drive

Due to this year’s events, FOX19 NOW & Kroger are changing the campaign to be all virtual so that donating is easy and safe for everyone.

Jeff Pastor officially suspended from Cincinnati City Council

The Republican has pleaded not guilty on federal charges including bribery, extortion, wire fraud and money laundering.

Crews working 24/7 to repair Brent Spence Bridge

The target date to reopen the Brent Spence remains Dec. 23

More than 6K new COVID-19 cases in Indiana

Health officials say that brings the total number of cases in Indiana to 312,521.

Hamilton County begins to see ‘plateau’ in coronavirus cases

The county saw an increase of 3,865 cases in one week.

  First Alert Weather Day: Heavy rain through the morning, thunderstorms this evening

Wet weather today with storms this evening

Cincinnati Zoo’s Komodo dragon recovering after cataract surgery

On Nov. 19, a five-person team composed of animal and veterinary care staff escorted Hudo to undergo the surgery.

Ohio State Highway Patrol warns against drunken driving this Thanksgiving

OSHP said their officers will be "highly visible"

Apartment fire in Anderson Twp. under investigation

The fire happened around 4 a.m. at The Woods of Turpin on Clough Pike.

Local restaurant owner announces winter shut-down in scathing social media post

"[We] hoped that our fellow humans had the sense to wear their damn masks, to socially distance and to look out for one another."

  9-year-old diagnosed with cancer at Children’s hopes to be home by Christmas

Oliver Robbins is staying positive despite the diagnosis, his mother says.

  Plasma supplies dwindling at Hoxworth Blood Center

Doctors are pleading for donations from those who have survived COVID-19.

  Attorney’s office investigating Dry Ridge restaurant that refuses to stop indoor dining

"At least I’m going to die with my boots on," the owner said.

NKY man found guilty of shooting at police: ‘He’s the reason we build prisons’

A jury sentenced Jacob Julick to 25 years after he tried to murder Northern Kentucky police officers.

Extended unemployment assistance ending in Kentucky

The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) announced that its Extended Benefits program will end in Kentucky on Nov. 28.

  NKY family of 11 sues Gov. Beshear over new orders on indoor gatherings

The couple claims Beshear’s orders have “criminalized their daily family dinner.”

  Tree dedicated in memory of young girl hit, destroyed by driver

Police say an intoxicated driver hit the tree that was planted in memory of the young girl.

  Ohio expected to get first batch of COVID-19 vaccine by mid-December, DeWine says

DeWine said there has been a 59% increase in hospitalizations compared to just two weeks ago.

Walmart customer pulls out brass knuckles after refusing to wear mask inside Ohio store, police say

According to a detailed police report filed by the Perkins Township Police Department, Colyn Tusin, of Milan, refused to put a mask on inside the store located at 5500 Milan Road on Saturday evening.

Police trying to identify 3 suspects in connection with West Chester shooting

The shooting happened in early November outside a West Chester bar.

  2,690 new COVID cases in Kentucky, governor says to keep Thanksgiving ‘as small as you can’

Tuesday's case report represents the 9th-highest daily increase of the pandemic.

  Tamaya Dennard sentenced in Cincinnati City Council corruption case

She will serve her sentence at an all-women federal facility in West Virginia.

  Wednesday is a First Alert Weather Day - Heavy rain could affect your morning drive

There will be a chance of showers throughout the day with rainfall totals around an inch or more for everyone.

Police looking for Mt. Washington bank robbery suspect

Police said the man robbed the Fifth Third Bank in the 2100 block Beechmont Avenue.