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Brookville man facing child molestation charges
— A Brookville man is being held in the Franklin County Security Center on two counts of Child Molestation. 42-year-old Bradley Norman is accused of molesting a 5-year-old last month. The alleged victim reportedly told family members that Norman touched her inappropriately several times while he was staying at the...
Cincinnati police chief among opponents to lowering police minimum age
The leader of one of Ohio’s largest police forces does not support a bill that could bring younger officers to her department by lowering the minimum age from 21 to 18. Cincinnati Police Chief Teresa Theetge spoke against House Bill 84 on Wednesday, saying law enforcement agencies need resources for career pathways, not younger officers […] The post Cincinnati police chief among opponents to lowering police minimum age appeared first on Ohio Capital Journal.
Shelter-in-place order issued due to barge fire on Ohio River
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A maintenance barge is on fire on the Ohio River near Sayler Park. US-50/River Road is closed in the area. Cincinnati police and firefighters responded around 3:30 p.m. to the fire between Bender Road and Anderson Ferry Road. The fire continues to burn as of 5:30 p.m.
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Autopsy: Katelyn Markham’s body likely kept somewhere before being found in Indiana
Newly obtained documents detail the autopsy report of Katelyn Markham, and reveal more details about what possibly happened before her body was found in Indiana.
Teen shoots 43-year-old on bus; Cincinnati police search for ‘armed and dangerous’ suspect
A teen reportedly shot a man in the stomach on a Metro bus in Cincinnati. The city’s police department is asking for help from the public in finding the suspect.
Opening Day weather planner: Chilly for the parade, sunshine by first pitch
CINCINNATI — It's a winning forecast for Opening Day and Opening Day only! A strong storm system moves into the region, bringing a chance for storms Friday. After a chilly start in the morning, feeling like the upper 20s, temperatures warm to the mid-to-upper-40s during the parade. It will still feel like the 40s at times, so you'll likely want a jacket.
Sunny and warm today
If you are headed out for opening day in Cincinnati, today is a perfect day. Temperatures will be in the upper 50s, with lots of sunshine. We will see clouds increase overnight with mild temperatures, then showers to begin the day tomorrow. Mainly dry in the afternoon, but some showers push through early in the evening, before a line of storms push through overnight around 12 AM-3AM where we could see damaging winds with strong thunderstorms. Saturday will be windy with gusts up to 60 mph, with power outages being a concern. Next week, we start the work week with temps in the 70s, but with chances of showers.
Judge tries to overturn verdict to woman who says she was fired for being Jewish
Attorneys for a Butler County judge are fighting to overturn a $1.1 million verdict that a jury awarded to a former magistrate who claims she was fired for being Jewish.
Jersey Mike’s Day of Giving to benefit Tri-State childhood cancer organization
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Wednesday is Jersey Mike’s annual Day of Giving where 100% of the sub-shop’s sales will go to Tri-State charities. This year, Jersey Mike’s 26 Greater Cincinnati locations will donate their sales to CancerFree KIDS. CancerFree KIDS has helped many patients, including 5-year-old Declan Donovan.
Downtown Cincinnati restaurant named finalist for Best Restaurant in the country
CINCINNATI (Enquirer) - It’s been a big day for the Greater Cincinnati restaurant industry. One local chef and two restaurants have been named finalists for the 2023 James Beard Foundation Awards. The nominees were announced Wednesday during a live ceremony at the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in...
Cincinnati Football player attacked by opponent with seconds left in game
GREEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio — At 28 years old, Aubrey Harris has been well on his way to fulfilling a dream. He's a receiver for the Covington Heist, a team in the American 7's Professional Football League. "With the A7, I feel it's getting so many eyes, and so many...
CPD in search of woman accused of taking coat with money, keys
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Cincinnati Police are still investigating an unsolved crime that happened at the Winton Place St. Vincent de Paul in February, according to a Twitter post from District Five on Wednesday. Police say that on Feb. 1 around 1 p.m., a woman left the outlet store on Chickering...
'Survivor' 44 episode recap: Columbus player is injured. Did it cost him the game?
Spoiler alert! Scroll down to see who was voted off this week. Columbus resident Matthew Grinstead-Mayle sustained a major injury and Cincinnati native Josh Wilder lost an immunity challenge on the fifth episode of "Survivor," which aired on CBS and Paramount+ Wednesday. Who went home?. Columbus Dispatch features editor Erica...
Crews respond to a crash on I-75 South near 7th Street downtown
CINCINNATI — Crews respond to a multi-vehicle crash on I-75 South near 7th Street downtown. Lanes are blocked, traffic is backing up. Use caution in this area, expect delays or seek an alternate route. For live traffic updates, click here. Click the video player above to watch other afternoon...
Leak Testing Manufacturer Announces Expansion in the City of Harrison
Cincinnati Test Systems (“CTS”), a manufacturer of leak and function testing instruments and systems, announced it is expanding its operations in the Cincinnati region. The State of Ohio, JobsOhio, REDI Cincinnati and the City of Harrison provided assistance for the company’s growth, which includes the addition of new jobs and a 27,000-square-foot addition to its Harrison, Ohio, operations.
'He's a Colonel forever': Reds fans excited to welcome Northern Kentucky standout home this season
CINCINNATI — Opening Day brings all of Cincinnati together each year, but this year is a little more special for one Red in particular. The 2023 season is a homecoming for catcher Luke Maile. A native of Edgewood, Kentucky and a graduate from Covington Catholic, Maile signed a one-year...
Former Butler County auditor Roger Reynolds will be sentenced Friday
The fate of former Butler County auditor Roger Reynolds will be decided Friday. A jury found Reynolds guilty of one count of unlawful interest in a public contract, a fourth-degree felony, in December. Reynolds was acquitted of four other charges related to public corruption. The charge was related to a...
Dog beaten lifeless with shovel recovering well, finds forever home
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A dog that suffered severe brain trauma after a man allegedly hit it with a shovel last September continues his recovery. “We didn’t think he would ever walk again,” Maria Lobuono, president of Proud Pups Rescue, said Wednesday of Pablo, a 5-year-old chihuahua. “And he started to walk.”
Multiple states hit with swatting calls about school shootings
CINCINNATI — Hoax calls about school shootings have been occurring around the country in recent months. In many hoax cases, 911 audio reveals the caller sounds like the same person. The swatting calls also describe similar circumstances. In Iowa, calls at three separate schools all said students were shot...
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