BCM’s Tuesday NKY History Hour to explore origin of newly-discovered 19th-century cabin in ElsmereNorthern Kentucky TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
This Place in Blue Ash Offers a Unique Twist on Traditional Mexican CuisineJonalin PearceNewsBreak Contributor
Finally getting his college diploma, Ron Haley conquered his disability, helps others at ZembrodtNorthern Kentucky TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
Taylor Mill lights up the season welcoming Santa and Mrs. Claus, tree lighting ceremony, and carolingNorthern Kentucky TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
This Place in Ohio Is Offering an Upscale Twist on Classic Hot DogsJonalin PearceNewsBreak Contributor
Man accused of stabbing victim with scissors faces charge in Hamilton County
CINCINNATI — A man is facing an assault charge in Hamilton County after an alleged attack that police said happened in 2021. Derwin Gadson appeared in Hamilton County court on Tuesday to face the charge. According to prosecutors, Gadson and another person allegedly attacked someone and stabbed them multiple...
Which Ohio cities rank in top bedbug-infested cities in US?
Terminix, a pest-control company, compiled a list of the top 50 bedbug-infested cities using service data from October 2022 through September 2023.
Decades-old suburban Cincinnati bar announces closure
CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - The owner of popular Woodlawn hangout the Pike Bar & Grill is closing the doors for good after more than two decades of business. Its last day open will be this Thursday, a spokesperson said on social media. “After 24 years I have met some...
Ohio grocery store destroyed after being ‘firebombed’ with owner inside
An Ohio grocery store had to close its doors after it was “firebombed” over the weekend.
Mother Of WUBE Cincinnati’s Stattman Dies.
Joanne Statt, mother of Hubbard Broadcasting “B-105” WUBE Cincinnati’s “The Big Dave Show” co-host Jason “Stattman” Statt, died Nov. 17 of acute myeloid leukemia. “She is with our dad, now their love story can continue,” Stattman wrote on social media. “She always said ‘God has a plan.’” A Mass of Christian Burial was held Saturday at St. Bartholomew Church in Cincinnati.
Cincinnati’s most expensive home goes on the market – But it’s not cheap
Located on the desirable Ayers Road, this huge house has just been listed for sale. It includes 5 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, and 12,784 square feet of living space. It also happens to be built a stone’s throw away from the Ohio River which means it’s close to nature without being too secluded.
Hamilton County homeowners will likely get a higher stadium tax rebate next year
Hamilton County Commissioners will vote Thursday on how much money to return to homeowners as a property tax rebate. When voters passed a half-cent sales tax in 1996 to build and maintain Great American Ball Park and what is now Paycor Stadium, officials promised to give 30% of the revenue back to homeowners as tax rebates. That hasn't happened consistently since 2011 because of budget problems.
Ohio couple pleads guilty to stealing, using school booster club funds to pay personal expenses
COLUMBUS, Ohio — An Ohio couple pleaded guilty to counts relating to a theft from a Cincinnati-area school district's booster club Monday, according to a press release from the Ohio Attorney General's Office. C. Michael Trubl pleaded guilty to felony counts of theft and unauthorized use of property, while...
One Hundred Years Ago, A Cincinnati Newspaper Campaigned For A Ban On Pistols
A Cincinnati Post writer tried to use satire as a weapon to ban guns in the early 1900s. He tragically discovered Cincinnatians are allergic to parody. The post One Hundred Years Ago, A Cincinnati Newspaper Campaigned For A Ban On Pistols appeared first on Cincinnati Magazine.
Multiple auto shop owners speak out as police investigate large-scale theft
FOREST PARK, Ohio (WXIX) - Police continue to investigate a grand theft spree after thousands of dollars worth of vehicles and tools were stolen from a local business. Two auto repair shop owners tell FOX19 NOW that the suspects stole a Chevrolet Blazer, a 30-foot trailer with three snowmobiles inside and multiple tools, putting them hundreds of thousands of dollars down the hole.
Blaming access to guns doesn't get to heart of why teen violence occurs
There they go again. Cities like Cincinnati and Columbus, with help from media outlets, rush to blame access to guns for the uptick in teen violence and demand new laws to mandate "safe" storage of firearms. Their answer is to punish safe and law-abiding gun owners for the actions of...
Suspect arrested as a teen to be tried as adult for hit-and-run death of UC student
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A Hamilton County Juvenile Court judge ruled Tuesday that an 18-year-old’s case will go to adult court. The 18-year-old was 17 at the time when Cincinnati police say he hit two University of Cincinnati students with a stolen Honda CRV on Sept. 28, 2022. Cayden Turner...
Deer Park business owner sentenced to prison for tax evasion, money laundering
For at least four years, John Franklin Brock tried to evade taxes for the several companies he operated out of a storefront in Deer Park, officials said. Three of the companies were involved in cell tower construction and decommissioning, and officials say Brock operated them interchangeably. He didn’t file corporate tax returns for two of them, and with the third company, he reported minimal or no income.
Florida man, woman plead guilty to stealing customers' information from Fifth Third Bank
CINCINNATI — Two defendants from Florida have pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit bank fraud through a phone scam that compromised some Fifth Third Bank accounts. According to the United States attorney for the Southern District of Ohio, Deon O. Noel, 28, and Diamond Bezada, 25, both from Miami, admitted to a scheme to defraud Fifth Third Bank and multiple individuals in the Southern District of Ohio with Fifth Third Bank accounts.
Colerain Township police awarded 100th donated K9 from Matt Haverkamp Foundation
COLERAIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — A Colerain Township Police Department K9 and his handler were honored as the 100th donated K9 by the Matt Haverkamp Foundation. The Colerain Township Police Department started its K9 Unit in May 2015 with help from the Matt Haverkamp Foundation. The late Officer Matt Haverkamp...
These cincinnati, OH based Kittens are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near cincinnati.
The Eerie Legacy of Hooven's Ghost Town: Chronicles of the Forgotten
In the heart of Hamilton County, Ohio, lies the ghost town of Hooven, a place where the echoes of a once-thriving community now whisper tales of the spectral. Victorian manors and deserted cemeteries stand as monuments to a forgotten era, with the Greendale Cemetery and its roaming apparitions creating an atmosphere of perpetual unease. The Westwood Town Hall and Cincinnati Music Hall, with their sorrowful spirits, reinforce the town's reputation as a haven for the otherworldly, where the past and present collide in haunting harmony.
Cincinnati police search for man accused of assaulting Metro bus driver
CINCINNATI — Cincinnati police are investigating a man accused of assaulting a Metro bus driver earlier this month. Police said it happened on Nov. 13 in the 500 block of Elberon Avenue. This content is imported from Twitter. You may be able to find the same content in another...
Toledo double homicide suspect died of apparent suicide, police say
Police on Monday said a suspect in a Nov. 14 double homicide in central Toledo died of an apparent suicide in Cincinnati on Thanksgiving Day. Jorenzo Phillips, 19, was found in an apartment in the 700 block of Clanora Drive, a report said. The Hamilton County Coroner’s Office responded about 8 a.m. Officials said the cause of death was still pending and an autopsy was scheduled for later Monday. The Blade previously reported that Mr. Phillips was dead, though the circumstances were unclear. About a week ago, Toledo police had issued arrest warrants for the teenager following the killing of Kejuan Richardson and Jae’Juan Reid, both 21, in the 2400 block of Rosedale Avenue near Bluff Street earlier this month.
Three-year cruise canceled, leaving Cincinnati woman's plans up in the air
Keri Witman told 'Good Morning America' she had already paid $32,000 for her trip with Life at Sea Cruises, which was originally planned to depart from Istanbul on Nov. 1.