- Officials insist that the park, with portions closed, is safe for visitors
- At Tuesday night’s Cincinnati NAACP mayoral debate – the second time all three candidates faced off – issues that affect the city’s black community took center stage, including food deserts, affordable housing, public transportation and gun violence
- Cincinnati police officers made 647 service calls to Cameo nightclub over five years.
- What we know now about the mass shooting at a Cincinnati nightclub early Sunday morning:
- Update, March 28: Washington D.C. police announced Tuesday that an arrest has been made in connection with the death of Corrina Mehiel, a former Art Academy of Cincinnati professor and DAAP graduate.
- Writer Amy Sutherland reads from her book, about dog shelters and dogs and people
- At least two people were shot in Winton Hills Tuesday, police said. One of the victims suffered life-threatening injuries, according to officials.
- A Kentucky woman is accused of drinking while driving the wrong way on the interstate with her young son in the car.
- Two local companies have committed to investing more than $4 million and creating 150 jobs in the Greater Cincinnati area.
- Update: Cameo has voluntarily surrendered their liquor license, City Manager Harry Black told The Enquirer. The license was surrounded to the police department's vice unit.
- Butler County lawmaker Wes Retherford returned to work in Columbus on Tuesday for the first time since his arrest on impaired driving and a felony gun charge.
- Veteran Cincinnati firefighter Marc Monahan was nearly done with his second 24-hour shift in a row when dispatch called him early Sunday to report six to 10 people had been shot at 4601 Kellogg Avenue.
- The work van was packed with leftover garage sale clothes and toys, the gas tank full.
- Speed limits on Interstate 275 could soon change based on weather, emergencies and rush-hour traffic congestion.
- One person is dead and at least 15 more were injured in a shooting early Sunday morning at Cameo nightclub.
- Winds up to 90 mph damage homes on Concord Hennings Mill Road.
- The 46th annual Spiral Stakes was held March 25 at Turfway Park in Florence.
- A 39-year-old Forest Park man was found guilty late Monday of killing a man he worked for, in an incident prosecutors said stemmed from gambling debts.
- Terrorism: For it to be a terrorist-related incident, there has to be either a religious, political or social component. If this person had started shooting and yelling "Up the Revolution," then might have been terrorism. Sure, they were terrorized.
- Sunday was barely 90 minutes old, and the emergency department at University of Cincinnati Medical Center brimmed with the difficulties that can scar a weekend – a bad cut, a broken leg, a car accident, a heart attack.
- The owner of a Clermont County Gold Star Chili has been charged with selling beer without a permit.
- "We have simply got to end this policy," said Sessions, taking aim at cities such as Cincinnati.
- Pastor Nick Burnett was at the hospital early Sunday morning with victims of the Cameo nightclub shooting.
- Police are warning of a "particularly dangerous batch" of drugs following two fatal overdoses over the weekend.
- A Cincinnati police officer accused of handling an AR-15 style rifle while intoxicated off duty appeared in court for the first time on Monday.
- An Independence woman who was found guilty of murder for stabbing her mother more than 70 times was sentenced to 27 years in prison on Thursday.
- Shootings such as Cameo nightclub violence previously led to retributions, but leaders working to prevent that.
- Nagging, mild pain to outright debilitating – headache symptoms run the gamut, leaving most people wondering: When should I see my doctor?
- As one of the few hip-hop nightclubs in the city, Cameo's crowded dance floor often attracts world-famous rappers.
- The 16 people hurt or killed at the nightclub was the biggest total of victims among the 10 mass shootings in the Cincinnati region since 2013.
YWCA unveils Cincinnati's top career women
Each year, the YWCA honors Greater Cincinnati women who have reached the highest pinnacles of their profession. Eight executives, entrepreneurs and educators will be celebrated at a luncheon May 10 at Downtown Cincinnati's Duke Energy Convention ...
Adorable baby hippo splashes around in pool at Cincinnati Zoo
Fiona, a precious baby hippo at the Cincinnati Zoo, found internet fame after a delightful video surfaced showing her taking a dip in the pool. (Cincinnati Zoo/Facebook). KTRK. Saturday, March 25, 2017 08:54PM. CINCINNATI, Ohio --. The internet is ...
Baby hippo Fiona is getting more independent at Cincinnati Zoofox8.com
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- UPDATE MARCH 25: Washington D.C. police released more information about a possible suspect wanted in connection with the Tuesday killing of Corrina Mehiel, a former Art Academy of Cincinnati instructor and DAAP graduate.
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Charleston Battery top FC Cincinnati in USL Opener
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A three point performance from Justin Portillo lifted the Charleston Battery to a 2-1 win over FC Cincinnati Saturday night at MUSC Health Stadium. Portillo's second-half goal helped the Battery to three points after a slow start in the first half. The ...
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Justin Portillo lifts Charleston Battery past FC Cincinn
OHSAA basketball scores, updates: Massillon Jackson vs. Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller, Division I state championship - cleveland.comcleveland.com
OHSAA basketball scores, updates: Massillon Jackson vs. Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller, Division I state championship
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Keep up to date on Saturday's OHSAA Division I state boys basketball final between Massillon Jackson (27-2) and Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller (28-0). Tipoff is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. at Ohio State's Jerome Schottenstein Center.
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Cincinnati driver killed after hitting 4-year-old boy
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Police in Cincinnati say a driver was shot and killed after his car hit a 4-year-old boy who was in the street. A police spokesman said Saturday that the driver had just left work and was with a co-worker when the boy was struck Friday.and more »
- A fire at a Taco Bell in Symmes Township prompted response from multiple fire departments on Saturday.
- And what does it mean to us that studies show an increase in unusual weather events like the torrential rains of Aug. 28, 2016.
- Cincinnati Children's expert says drug combination for kids with hep C gives 'hope'
Cincinnati Reds name retread Scott Feldman opening day starter as last resort - My Cincinnati Reds Blog (blog)My Cincinnati Reds Blog (blog)
Cincinnati Reds name retread Scott Feldman opening day starter as last resort
My Cincinnati Reds Blog (blog)
The Cincinnati Reds are down to their number four option for an opening day starter in 2017, selecting Scott Feldman. The Cincinnati Reds are at it again. They are scrambling for an opening day starter for a second consecutive year. This year, at least ...and more »
Bacevich Makes The Call For Cincinnati
Cincinnati picked up their second commitment in the 2018 class when St Xavier DE Blake Bacevich made the call after taking in the Bearcats practice on Saturday. Shane Kinnee - 6 hours ago; 2; Tools. Edit · Slot to 247Sports Home; Slot to Cincinnati ...and more »
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Rey Maualuga cut by Cincinnati Bengals
In an anticipated move, the Cincinnati Bengals have cut veteran linebacker Rey Maualuga, the team announced Saturday. Signed to a $15 million extension in 2015, Cincinnati decided to part ways with the linebacker before the final season of his three ...
Rey Maualuga, veteran linebacker, released by Cincinnati BengalsThe Denver Post
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- Cincinnati Defeats Dayton at Home 5-2
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CINCINNATI – The University of Cincinnati women's tennis team finished off a perfect 2-0 weekend, recording a 5-2 win over Dayton on Saturday afternoon at the Trabert-Talbert Tennis Center. // DOUBLES Order of Finish: 2,1,3. No.
- The 34-year-old apparently 'cut the victim with a knife and bit off his nose,' documents say.
Review: Cincinnati Shakespeare Company's 'Raisin in the Sun' agonizingly beautiful
“A Raisin in the Sun” opened Friday at the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company. And it is, very simply, as powerful and poignant a piece of theater as you are likely to see in Greater Cincinnati this year. Or any year, for that matter. I know – superlatives ...
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