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Past articles by Briana:

Goats added to landscaping crew at Colerain Park

The park has enlisted the goats to remove an invasive plant species... by eating it. → Read More

Rep. Thomas Massie among 12 republicans to vote against awarding Congressional medals to Capitol Police

Massie was present during the Capitol riot, reportedly barricading his doors with office furniture. → Read More

‘We’re overwhelmed and appreciative’: $4,500 left to The Birch as part of Crosstown tip-off

Cincinnati’s Crosstown tip-off has a new record amount. → Read More

Broadway in Cincinnati could return to Aronoff Center in the fall

In an email to subscribers, Broadway in Cincinnati announced that all shows originally announced for the current season have been rescheduled. → Read More

‘The Simpsons’ are on the ‘road to Cincinnati.’ Here’s how you can watch

‘The Simpsons’ are coming to the Queen City Sunday. → Read More

Cincinnati is getting a ‘Black Lives Matter’ mural in front of City Hall

Sixteen artists will contribute to the mural on Plum Street in front of City Hall. → Read More

Girl, 6, survives mountain lion attack when adult punches animal in ribs

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is searching for the animal in hopes of preventing another attack. → Read More

American evacuees land in US after cruise quarantined in Japan due to coronavirus

Outside China, the cruise ship has had the largest number of cases of the COVID-19 illness caused by the novel coronavirus. → Read More

Local Skyline Chili fan is nearing his goal of eating 1,000 coneys in one year

"I wanted to put to rest the idea that you could die from eating coneys." → Read More

Video shows elderly woman being dragged by train

The incident was caught on camera. It’s hard to watch, but amazingly, the woman survived the ordeal. → Read More

5-year-old Michigan boy calls 911 to ask for McDonalds

Wyoming police officer Dan Patterson says the April 14 request made him laugh, so he stopped at McDonald's on his way to check on Iziah's home in the western Michigan city. → Read More

Local soldier dies from a non-combat related incident in Iraq

The United States Department of Defense has announced the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Inherent Reolve. → Read More

Campbell County Jailer died in fatal crash on AA Highway

One person died and three people were hospitalized after a crash in Campbell County on April 15. → Read More

Gowns and baseball gloves: Woman’s photos inspire girls to ‘do it all’

She decided to show her daughter and other girls could be both with a special photo shoot - crowns and gowns mixed with balls, bats and gloves. The pictures and their message went viral. → Read More

Two-wave US flu season is now the longest in a decade

This flu season has been officially going for 21 weeks, according to reports collected through last week and released Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. → Read More

Parents who starved and shackled children sentenced to life

The conditions inside David and Louise Turpin's home in suburban Los Angeles came to light only after one of their daughters fled and pleaded for help to a 911 operator. → Read More

Puppy who was burned and abandoned now nominated for Hero Dog Award

A puppy who was burned and abandoned in 2017 is now nominated for a Hero Dog Award from American Humane. → Read More

Shots fired in North College Hill, SWAT team on scene

Cincinnati Police and SWAT are on scene in North College Hill after reports of shots fired. → Read More

Pregnant woman among those attacked by flock of turkeys in MA neighborhood

A gang of turkeys is causing problems for people in a Massachusetts neighborhood. → Read More

Teacher on leave after allegedly asking black students to research ‘slave games’

MaHailey Stephens, a seventh grader at Shorewood Intermediate School said the question made her feel uncomfortable. The school district said an investigation is ongoing. → Read More