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Police issue critical missing alert for Hamilton woman

HAMILTON, Ohio (WKRC) - Police have issues a critical missing alert for a woman with dementia. Margaret Maynor, 75, was last seen on Eaten Avenue near Cereal Avenue on Wednesday around 6 p.m. She was driving an orange 2015 Ford Escape with a West Virginia license plate #DL7137. Officials say...
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Frank Bonner, WKRP In Cincinnati And Saved By The Bell Star, Dies At 79

Frank Bonner, famous for his role as Herb Tarlek in the beloved WKRP in Cincinnati as well as roles in a variety of other projects, has passed away at the age of 79. Bonner died on Wednesday after complications from Lewy Body Dementia according to his family (via TMZ), and they were with him when he passed away peacefully. Our thoughts are with Bonner's family and friends at this difficult time. Bonner is best known for playing the role of the outspoken Herb Tarlek through 88 episodes in the original series, and he would go on to reprise the role for another 46 episodes in The New WKRP in Cincinnati series in the '90s, though he also had a bit Saved by the Bell in his resume.
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COVID-19 delta variant in Ohio: What doctors want you to know

CINCINNATI — Just as you and your circle are free of health restrictions and packing places once again, a variant named after the fourth letter of the Greek alphabet has the attention of the medical community. Delta is starting to dawn on us. "It is a much more aggressive variant,...
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Frank Bonner, ‘WKRP in Cincinnati' star, dead at 79

Frank Bonner, who played Herb Tarlek on the sitcom "WKRP in Cincinnati" has died, according to TMZ. He was 79. Bonner passed away "peacefully" Wednesday amid his battle with Lewy body dementia, his family told TMZ. As Herb on "WKRP" in the late 1970s and early 1980s, Bonner was the...
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Can you help? Police looking for woman missing from Hamilton

The Hamilton Police Department is investigating a report of a missing elderly female with dementia. Margaret Maynor, 75, was last seen in the 600 Block of Eaton Avenue at about 6 p.m. Wednesday. She was driving an orange 2015 Ford Escape four door SUV with West Virginia license plate DL7137.
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Popular craft beer restaurant returning to Hyde Park

HYDE PARK, Ohio (WKRC) - Final preparations are underway to bring back Dutch's in Hyde Park. The beloved pony keg and craft beer restaurant will reopen in July. It's been closed since the beginning of 2020. Chef Brad Bernstein, the owner of Red Feather Kitchen in Oakley, bought Dutch's. He...
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Local Red Cross Chapter Receives $15,000 Grant

Horizon Community Funds of Northern Kentucky has granted $15,000 to the American Red Cross Greater Cincinnati Tri-State Chapter to support the nonprofit’s emergency efforts in Boone, Campbell, and Kenton counties. The chapter has responded to a dramatic increase in home fires over the past year, due to individuals staying home much more in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Cincinnati Reds Are Red Hot

The Cincinnati Reds future seemed bleak just three weeks ago. They had a myriad of injuries to key positional players, and some of their proven starters were struggling mightily. The script has been flipped in the Queen City, and the Reds are on a tear.
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The Devastating Death Of Frank Bonner

Longtime TV actor and director Frank Bonner, who was best known for playing Herb Tarlek on the classic sitcom "WKRP in Cincinnati," passed away on June 16, 2021. As reported by Variety, Bonner died of complications from Lewy body dementia at the age of 79. Bonner's daughter, Desiree Boers-Kort, confirmed...
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