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Vehicle falls off second level of Downtown Cincinnati parking garage

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Cincinnati firefighters were called to a Downtown parking garage where a vehicle fell off the second level of the structure Saturday. The parking garage is near the Cincinnati Enquirer building. See a spelling or grammar error in our story? Please include the title when you click here...
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Section of I-75 SB reopens after crash

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Southbound I-75 lanes are now open following a crash. Around 7:45 p.m., ODOT Cincinnati said the interstate was closed at Paddock Road and Seymour Avenue due to the crash. All lanes of I-75 reopened before 9:30 p.m. See a spelling or grammar error in our story? Please...
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Car falls from parking garage ramp at Enquirer Building

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A car fell from a parking garage in downtown Cincinnati Saturday. The driver of a car went through safety wires and fell off the ramp at the parking garage in the Enquirer Building around 8:30 Saturday evening. The car landed face first into the garage floor below.
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Strider strikes out 11 as Braves beat Reds 4-1

CINCINNATI (AP) — Spencer Strider allowed one hit over six innings and matched a career high with 11 strikeouts, Austin Riley homered for the second straight game and drove in two runs and the Atlanta Braves beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-1 Saturday.
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CAK grad, Braves pitcher Spencer Strider pitches gem against Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — Christian Academy of Knoxville grad and Atlanta Braves pitcher Spencer Strider came to play in the Braves' 4-1 win against the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday. Strider struck out 11 batters for his second-career double-digit strikeout performance, and only allowed one hit and one walk in six innings of work.
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MLB fans love moment between Reds fan and Jonathan India

A special guest of Jonathan India was at the Great American Ball Park to see the game between the Atlanta Braves and Cincinnati Reds. Patrick Kinman wanted to have his customized No. 4 jersey signed by a member of the Reds. India not only granted that wish but invited Kinman out to the game and onto the field, where he signed the jersey. When the game was over, Kinman posted a picture of the signed jersey with India’s message to him. He also included a video of the conversation they had and explained the significance of the No. 4.
CINCINNATI, OH

Mike Moustakas' outburst after being removed from the Reds game was regrettable

The Cincinnati Reds only had one hit in their 4-1 loss to the Atlanta Braves on Saturday, but they still had an opportunity to win the game in the bottom of the ninth inning. Atlanta reliever Will Smith struck out the first batter he faced, Brandon Drury, and then proceeded to walk back-to-back hitters. With Tommy Pham on second base and Joey Votto on first, shortstop Matt Reynolds gave the ball a ride to right field, but it was caught. Pham advanced to third on the play.
CINCINNATI, OH
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Homicide investigation underway in Cincinnati shooting

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A homicide investigation is underway in Cincinnati early Thursday after a male was fatally shot. Mario Williams, 39, was found shot at Poplar and Linn streets about midnight, police say. He was taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, where he succumbed to his injuries. No...
CINCINNATI, OH
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Cincinnati police: Man shot to death overnight in West End

CINCINNATI — The Cincinnati Police Department is investigating a shooting that killed one man in the 800 block of Popular Street. Police say at 12:05 a.m. Thursday, officers responded to the area for a reported shooting. Authorities say they found a man, 39-year-old Mario Williams, suffering from a gunshot...
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Traffic Stops Lands 5 Women In Jail For Drugs

June 28, 2022, Madison Police arrest five on drug related charges. At approximately 11:54 AM Patrolman Cameron Blankenship executed a traffic stop on Laner Drive near Duffy Lane for a traffic violation. Occupants in the vehicle were identified as Tamara S. (Jones) Voris 48, Madison, Indiana, Chandra Scudder 60, Vevay, Indiana, and Kathy M. Rook (driver) 54, Vevay, Indiana.
MADISON, IN
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Woman shot 9 times by man in OTR, court records claim

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A man is being held on a $500,000 bond after allegedly shooting a woman nine times in Over-the-Rhine. Jomario Gunn, 25, of Fairfield, was arrested for felonious assault following the shooting on E. 12th Street, between Sycamore and Broadway Street, according to Hamilton County court documents. On...
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School district sued over 'anti-racism' teaching ban

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio school district's ban on "anti-racism" instruction is itself racist and an unconstitutional free speech prohibition, according to a federal lawsuit seeking to have the ban overturned.At issue is a resolution to create "a culture of kindness" narrowly approved last week by the Forest Hills school board in suburban Cincinnati. The resolution prohibits "anti-racism" curriculum, education and training and also bans the academic theory known as critical race theory.Students are banned from classes or assignments that require them to consider their race, socioeconomic class, gender identity or other characteristics as "a deficiency or a label" to stereotype students as having certain biases or prejudices, under the resolution.By prohibiting education, curriculum, and training regarding "anti-racism," the resolution "instead promotes racism by its very definition," according to the lawsuit filed Wednesday by parents and teachers against Forest Hill school board members and the district. A message was left with the district seeking comment.Legislation pending in the General Assembly would ban schools statewide from requiring or compelling Ohio teachers to affirm a belief in the systemic nature of racism or "the multiplicity or fluidity of gender identities."
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