Thin, young CovCath learns a basketball lesson or two at a rightly-ranked No. 1 Great CrossingNorthern Kentucky TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
A new restaurant has opened in Cincinnati, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
Growing retail chain opens another location in OhioKristen WaltersNewsBreak Contributor
Florence police and fire departments team up with Meijer’s for toy drive Saturday; Santa’s coming tooNorthern Kentucky TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
St.E. Healthcare, Life Learning Center dedicate new Journey Recovery Center in CovingtonNorthern Kentucky TribuneNewsBreak Contributor
PD: 63-year-old passenger dead after driver struck concrete wall on exit ramp
The driver of the vehicle wasn't injured in the crash, but a 63-year-old passenger in the backseat died due to his injuries.
Police: 2 dead after murder-suicide in Florence
Around 4:40 p.m, Thursday, police found a married couple dead in their Florence home after an apparent murder-suicide.
Target sued for $50 million after man gunned down outside Cincinnati store
OAKLEY, Ohio (WKRC) - The father of a man shot and killed after an altercation inside a store is suing Target for $50 million. Tracy Phillips is the father or Alias Phillips who was killed outside of the Oakley Target in March 2022. Anthony McIntosh got into an altercation with...
Lockdown at North College Hill High School lifted after man was shot in leg
CINCINNATI (WXIX/ENQUIRER) - North College Hill police say an altercation between a group of adults resulted in the shooting that put North College Hill High School on lockdown on Friday. “Several adults” were in the dead-end area of Mearl Avenue when two men got into an altercation, according to police....
Cincinnati police continue investigation to determine ID of dismembered body
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Cincinnati police are awaiting test results they hope will lead them to identify a dismembered body found in North Fairmount in November. As police and the Hamilton County Cortoner’s Office await the test results, they continue to urge the public to come forward with any information to help identify the woman.
Get a peek inside $63 million West Side development
CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - Delhi Township’s massive mixed-use project in the heart of the community is nearing completion, with township administration already seeing the catalytic impact they were aiming for with the more than $60 million development. Delhi Towne Square, a $63 million, 14-acre development along Delhi Pike,...
A new restaurant has opened in Cincinnati, Ohio
A new restaurant has come to Cincinnati's OTR neighborhood. Do you like French cuisine? If the answer is yes, you might want to know about the restaurant Colette, which opened its doors in late November, according to Colette's social media account. You can find the new restaurant in Cincinnati at 1400 Race St.
Florist accused of ripping off local brides misses court hearing; we now know where she was
A Greene County florist accused of ripping off local brides missed a court date outside of the Miami Valley yesterday and we now know where she was.
Understanding El Nino's Impact on Cincinnati's Winter Weather
Discover how El Nino impacts Cincinnati's winter weather. Learn about the role of trade winds, high and low pressure systems, and how they influence rainfall patterns. Understand why the Tri State region experiences drier than average conditions during El Nino years.
Chicken wing restaurant chain plans to open 8 locations to Cincinnati area
CINCINNATI — A new wing chain is coming to Cincinnati. Wing Zone, a fast-casual restaurant, announced plans to bring at least 8 locations to the Cincinnati area over the next five years. The restaurant specializes in dry rub options, including Lemon Pepper Tajin, Spicy Thai, Nashville Hot and Salt...
Dispatch: Pedestrian hit by vehicle in Avondale early Friday
CINCINNATI — Police are investigating after a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle in Avondale early Friday. It happened around 6:30 a.m. when dispatchers said a person was hit at Erkenbrecher and Burnet avenues. Dispatchers could not provide the condition of the victim. It's not clear if the striking...
Ohio woman sells home, pays thousands to take 3-year cruise, but now it’s canceled
OHIO (WTRF) – An Ohio woman thought she booked the trip of a lifetime, but now she is $32,000 poorer and has no house, according to The Enquirer. Kerri Witman, of Cincinnati, decided to take a three-year around-the-world cruise, planning to work remotely as she traveled. She booked the trip in April 2022 and paid […]
Boy hit by vehicle near NKY school
ALEXANDRIA, Ky. (WXIX) - A boy was hit by a vehicle near a Northern Kentucky middle school, according to Campbell County dispatchers. It happened around 7:40 a.m. Friday on southbound U.S. 27 and Washington Street near Campbell County Middle School in Alexandria. The juvenile was breathing and conscious but complaining...
The Enduring Legacy of Dr. J.B. Callahan in Orlando's Parramore Community
The Parramore community in Orlando has been shaped significantly by the life and work of Dr. J.B. Callahan, the area's first African-American physician. A catalyst for change, Dr. Callahan's impact is woven into the fabric of the neighborhood, especially through the transformation of the Callahan Community Center. Established in 1921 as a school for African-American children, the center has undergone numerous changes, each reflecting the evolving spirit and needs of the community.
The Roundup: Things to know in Northern Kentucky
This week's Northern Kentucky roundup and news recap includes information on the grand opening of the Lego-themed cafe in Newport, a possible strike at the local DHL air hub, and Covington Meyer Joe Meyer's announcement not to run for re-election. I'm Northern Kentucky reporter Jolene Almendarez. I put together this roundup each week, bolding key words so it's easy to scan and providing links with more information. ...
Growing retail chain opens another location in Ohio
A popular store chain recently opened another new location in Ohio. Read on to learn more. On Friday, November 17, 2023, the expanding retailer Five Below celebrated the grand opening of its newest Ohio location in Cincinnati, according to a store opening announcement posted on the company's website.
Cheviot's Enchanting Light Display: A Beacon of Holiday Joy in Cincinnati's West Side
As the holiday season embraces Cincinnati, a radiant beacon of joy has emerged on the west side. In the heart of Cheviot, the 3900 block of Washington Ave. now twinkles with an extraordinary spectacle of Christmas lights, captivating the community with its festive brilliance. An eclectic array of illuminated characters, including the cherished Mickey and Minnie Mouse, a host of Santas, and an assembly of snowmen, has turned one house into a yuletide paradise, casting an unrivaled glow that lights up the neighborhood.
Hamilton County woman accused of assaulting 3 people, including 17-year-old
HAMILTON COUNTY, Ohio — A Hamilton County woman has been charged after she was accused of assaulting three people, including a 17-year-old. Raylin Davis was in court on Friday, facing felonious assault charges. Prosecutors said she admitted to officers that she fired a gun, but she insisted that she...
The legalization of marijuana might have little effect around UC’s campus
The legalization of marijuana in Ohio will begin on Thursday, Dec. 7, but don’t expect to make any purchases for at least nine months—and certain regulations might prevent any dispensaries opening up around the University of Cincinnati’s (UC) campus. Ohio Issue 2 was on the general election...
Home for the holidays: Signs that older relatives may be in need of more care
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Health care providers have shared an important reminder for those who are planning to head home for the holidays. They said it’s a good time to pay close attention to aging loved ones, particularly if a person hasn’t seen certain relatives for a while. The...