Cameron Knight, Enquirer

Cameron Knight


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Cameron:

Sheriff searching for person of interest after fatal stabbing

A man died in Butler County after he was stabbed in the chest Thursday night and now investigators are searching for a possible suspect. → Read More

Car theft gang stories spread on social media, but police are quiet as they investigate

Police departments from Springboro to Northern Kentucky are investigating car thefts while trying to stop false rumors about gangs from spreading. → Read More

Police: Two shot in possible drive-by near Walnut Hills High School

Two men were shot Thursday near Walnut Hills High School on Harvard Avenue, police said. → Read More

Teens accused of striking deputy in stolen car under investigation for other auto thefts

The four teens charged after Boone County Deputy Chris Hall may have been involved in other auto break-ins and thefts, officials said. → Read More

Purple People Bridge meets fundraising goal, open by Thanksgiving

Four major donors stepped up to help the Newport Southbank Bridge Company pay for necessary repairs to reopen the bridge. → Read More

Downtown street to be renamed for chef and restaurateur Jean-Robert de Cavel

In honor of his 60th birthday, a street will be renamed in Downtown Cincinnati after chef and restaurateur Jean-Robert de Cavel. → Read More

Teen killed in Evanston was Western Hills student

"Our student's untimely death drastically impacts our school community," Principal Carlos Blair said. → Read More

Police identify pedestrian killed on I-75

Covington police have identified the man they believe was walking along Interstate 71/75 Wednesday night. → Read More

West End shootings: residents frustrated, youth practices relocated for safety

Three West End youth programs have temporarily relocated their practices outside of the neighborhood due to a recent surge in shootings. → Read More

Middletown man gets at least 15 years in killing, kidnapping of girlfriend's children

"The Ohio River is now a huge unmarked grave that no one can visit, We hope his name and his contagious smile haunt you for the rest of your life." → Read More

One arrested in Delhi robbery and kidnapping

A Louisville man was arrested Monday in connection with the robbery and kidnapping of woman in Delhi Township, officials said. → Read More

Kadie Lancaster, who worked relentlessly to find her missing sister, found dead at 33

The Scioto County Coroner's Office confirmed Lancaster was found deceased Saturday. She was 33. There has been no official word on how Lancaster died. → Read More

Traffic jam in NKY: I-71/75 exits to I-275 to be blocked for hours

The ramps from northbound Interstate 71/75 to Interstate 275 are blocked Friday morning, officials said. → Read More

SWAT situation shuts down MLK Drive in University Heights

The Cincinnati Police have closed Martin Luther King Drive in University Heights Friday morning due to a SWAT situation, officials said. → Read More

Who's responsible for overgrown planters outside Great American Ball Park? No one seems to know

Fischesser used to admire the day lilies that would bloom inside the planters, but for the last few years those lilies have given way to an overgrowth of weeds. → Read More

2 years and $17.6 million: Columbia Parkway landslide project completed

The two-mile stretch of hillside stabilization along Columbia Parkway had been completed, city officials announced Thursday. → Read More

West I-74 closed just past North Bend

Interstate 74 is closed just past the North Bend Road exit due to a crash Monday afternoon, officials said. → Read More

TikTok 'devious licks' trend: 8 juveniles charged in Boone County

The Boone County school district is now enacting a zero-tolerance policy on the behavior. → Read More

Pike County killings: Judge says death penalty in Rhoden family murders won’t be dropped yet

Billy Wagner’s lawyers argued Thursday it was a "waste of resources" to start trial as a death penalty case. → Read More

Charges 'highly unlikely' in West High hazing incident, prosecutor says

Prosecutor Joe Deters chastised CPS for firing the coach and canceling the football season. → Read More