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Coroner identifies body found on Northern Kentucky University’s campus
HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, Ky. (WXIX) - A body found in the woods on Northern Kentucky University’s campus on March 12 has been identified. The Campbell County Coroner says the body of Gary Randall is believed to have been in the woods for several years. The coroner says no foul play...
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.
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.
Reports of a crash, pedestrian struck at West 14th Street and Elm Street in downtown Cincinnati
CINCINNATI — Reports of a crash, pedestrian struck at West 14th Street and Elm Street in downtown Cincinnati. For live traffic updates, click here. Click the video player above to watch other afternoon headlines from WLWT News 5. This story was curated by Hearst's WLWT Alert Desk. Do you...
Dance Flash Fusion brings spirit to Reds Opening Day Parade
CINCINNATI — With their bats swinging and their skirts twirling, the women of Dance Flash Fusion have grown into a fan-favorite act in the annual Reds Opening Day Parade. The two-time spirit award winning group made its Reds debut in 2019 and ever since, co-founder Katy Martinez said the parade is a highlight of their year. You’ll recognize them in their Rockford Peaches dresses, amping up the crowd as they march.
UC student faces felony charges for assaulting officer at Dayton St. Patrick’s Day celebration
One of the students arrested during the annual University of Dayton St. Patrick’s Day celebration was arraigned Tuesday for felony charges against peace officers.
Despite Ohio's Anti-Trans Bills, Cincinnati Will Recognize International Transgender Day of Visibility with Flag Ceremony
Local LGBTQIA leaders also will lead a rally advocating for gender-affirming care and safety.
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...
Auditor: Former CPS school secretary pleaded guilty to stealing money, paid restitution
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A former CPS secretary and cheerleading coach was convicted of stealing money from athletic events and a student field trip. Donnitta Thomas, who used to work at Schroder High School, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of theft last July. She was sentenced to probation which ended when she paid restitution.
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.”
Kentucky Restaurant Serves Up The Best Classic Hamburger In The State
LoveFood compiled a list of the best classic hamburgers in every state
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...
How one Northern Kentucky family prepares for potential passage of ‘anti-trans’ legislation
This article is republished from Link NKY. When Nancy Bardgett’s daughter came out as transgender, she was thankful that Jordan was able to receive the care she needed. In addition to having a supportive family, Jordan, a student at Northern Kentucky University at the time, received mental-health support. “She had supportive friends and she sought […] The post How one Northern Kentucky family prepares for potential passage of ‘anti-trans’ legislation appeared first on Kentucky Lantern.
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...
New airline at CVG airport launches flights to 2 more destinations
HEBRON, Ky. — Planning that next trip?. One of the newest airlines at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is expanding, launching two new routes from Cincinnati. Breeze Airways is adding two new nonstop routes to Orange County, California and Providence, Rhode Island. The flights will start on March 30 and...
Ohio River barge fire took 2 hours to knock down due to 'limited access'
A barge fire that prompted an order for Riverside residents to shelter in place late Wednesday afternoon took firefighters two hours to knock down. According to a Cincinnati Fire Department incident report, crews responded to the 5400 block of River Road around 3:30 p.m. for a report of a barge fire.
Former Covington employee who charged $150K on company credit card pays restitution
The Covington City Commission voted Tuesday to accept $165,587.53 in restitution from the legal counsel of a former city employee. A federal grand jury indicted Allison Donaldson on four counts of wire fraud and three counts of aggravated identity theft in September. According to a press release from the U.S....
Man accused of setting fire inside East Price Hill Kroger
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A man faces two felony counts of aggravated arson Tuesday after being accused of setting a fire inside a Kroger in East Price Hill, according to a Cincinnati Police Department arrest report. The report says Michael Peterson, 38, walked into the Warsaw Avenue Kroger on March 26...
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...
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.
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