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Surveillance video shows shooters open fire in drive-by shooting that injured 4 in Cincinnati
Cincinnati police have released video of a drive-by shooting that injured four people, including two teens and a 10-year-old, in Over-The-Rhine.
Cincinnati police arrest suspects in aggravated robbery of mail carrier
CINCINNATI — Cincinnati police announced Thursday that they have arrested two suspects after a United States Postal Service worker was assaulted and robbed outside of a Cincinnati business on Tuesday evening. According to CPD, the suspects have been charged with aggravated robbery. Officials have confirmed to WLWT that a...
Police reveal new information in Fourth of July shooting at The Banks that killed two, injured three
CINCINNATI — Questions still surround a shooting during a Fourth of July celebration at the Banks that left five people shot in 2021. Two of the victims did not survive. Almost two years later, the case remains unsolved. The new lead detective is renewing the Cincinnati Police Department's plea...
Video shows moments shots rang out in drive-by shooting that injured 4 in Over-the-Rhine
CINCINNATI — Cincinnati police have released surveillance video that shows the moments shots rang outin the drive-by shooting of four people, including three children, in Over-the-Rhine Wednesday. See surveillance video in the media player below. Gunshots could be heard in the video as the suspected shooters fire from a...
20 people displaced after fire at apartment building in Westwood
CINCINNATI — 12 apartments were evacuated with 20 people being displaced due to a fire that broke out in an apartment building Thursday morning. Click the video player above to watch other morning headlines from WLWT News 5. Cincinnati firefighters responded to the Panorama Apartments off of Montana Avenue...
Coroner: 15-year-old shot, killed in East Price Hill Wednesday
CINCINNATI — Officials say a 15-year-old has diedafter a fatal shooting in East Price Hill Wednesday morning. According to the Hamilton County Coroner, 15-year-old Jamon'ee Crawley was killed in a shooting on Enright Avenue. Police were called to the scene shortly before 6 a.m., with arriving units finding a...
Trial date set for man accused of stealing school bus, leading police on chase
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - A trial date has been set for a man accused of stealing a school bus and leading police on a chase. According to court documents, 32-year-old Chad Murdock stole the empty bus in Cincinnati at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Westwood Tuesday morning. He was located...
Kroger paid employee bonuses in March, asked for money back in April
Kroger is seeking refunds of bonus overpayments to dozens of local bakery managers. It's the latest in a series of payroll mistakes at the Cincinnati-based grocery giant.
Cincinnati officials raise pride flag outside City Hall
CINCINNATI — Cincinnati and Hamilton County are joining communities across the country marking Pride Month in June. On Thursday, the city raised pride and transgender flags at City Hall. The transgender flag will stay up for one week after storms canceled a flag-raising for Trans Visibility Month in March.
Legendary rock band KISS to open last ever tour in Cincinnati
CINCINNATI (Enquirer) - The end of the road begins in Cincinnati. The legendary rock ‘n’ roll band KISS is closing out a 50-year career, but before the band packs away its iconic makeup and wild costumes, the boys are taking one last ride around the world with a final tour, fittingly titled the “End of the Road” tour, according to our media partners at the Enquirer.
Neighbors, people who work in Over-the-Rhine trying to comprehend gunfire that injured 3 kids
CINCINNATI — Like a lot of people who live near Grant Park, which is at the intersection of East McMicken Avenue and Walnut Street, Amy Hatfield confused the sound of gunfire with a noise she hears during summer holidays. "I thought they were fireworks," Hatfield said. "And it was...
Clermont County man sentenced to life for multiple counts of raping children
A Clermont County man was sentenced to spend life in prison with the possibility of parole after 74 years after he pleaded guilty to multiple counts of raping children.
Woman pleads guilty after using van to hit men, killing 1 outside Kroger in 2022
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - A woman will spend between 18 to 23 years in prison for running over and killing a man outside of the Spring Grove Village Kroger in August 2022. Taah’viya Chapman was in court Thursday as she pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and felonious assault in connection with the death of Christopher Griffith.
29 teens shot this year: Spike in shootings continues
So far this year, 29 children between 13 and 17 have been shot in Cincinnati, more than any other year on record, according to Cincinnati police data. The latest shooting involving teens was Wednesday afternoon on the streets of Over-the-Rhine. Three children - 10, 14 and 15 - along with a 20-year-old man...
Cincinnati VA nurses rally outside hospital
A discussion about scheduling flexibility for nurses at Cincinnati's VA hospital led to the involvement of VA police last month, the nurses' union there says. About a dozen members of the union rallied outside the facility Thursday, protesting the alleged police investigation and advocating for a 36-hour work week. Cincinnati...
'Person of interest' wanted in connection with deadly Detroit crime spree may have fled to Cincinnati, police say
Police are asking for help from the public to track down a man they’re calling a “person of interest” in connection with multiple deadly shootings and robberies in Detroit.
Woman sentenced in deadly parking lot crash outside Spring Grove Kroger
CINCINNATI — A woman was sentenced in court Thursday on charges in a deadly parking lot crash outside a Spring Grove Kroger last year. The Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office said Taahviya Chapman pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and felonious assault. As part of the plea, the agreed prison sentence...
Duke Energy bills expected to rise for Ohio customers in June
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - As June begins, Duke Energy customers in southwest Ohio can expect to see their monthly bill increase by an estimated $30. The increased monthly rate is due to rising fuel prices that were set during a wholesale auction in February. “This is something that we do not...
Coroner identifies 3-year-old hit, killed by vehicle in West Price Hill
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - Two children were hit by a vehicle Tuesday night in West Price Hill, resulting in the death of a 3-year-old girl, Cincinnati police confirmed. The Hamilton County Coroner’s Office has identified the girl as Trinity Isome. Police say Trinity and a 9-year-old child were riding an...
Man found not guilty by reason of insanity for hitting Cincinnati cop with pipe
CINCINNATI (WXIX) - The person facing charges in an attack that hospitalized a Cincinnati police officer was found not guilty by reason of insanity. Charlando Peoples was facing charges of robbery, resisting arrest, assault, felonious assault and obstructing official business following his arrest in July 2022, according to Hamilton County Court Records.
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