John London,

John London

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by John:

Police: Woman's body recovered from landfill in Brown County; investigation ongoing

Police are investigating after a woman's body was recovered at a Rumpke landfill in Brown County. → Read More

Building still smoldering days after multiple-alarm fire in Camp Washington

More than a million gallons of drinking water were used to contain and extinguish the massive fire. → Read More

3 cars, 5 guns, 50 shell casings: Police, community search for answers after shootout

Police have not revealed the identity of the 23-year-old man who was shot and critically wounded. → Read More

Suspects remain at large after shootout on Montgomery Road

After a third day of investigation about the sudden shootout, investigators were still counting bullets and processing firearms. → Read More

Cincinnati leaders mark one year since Russia invasion of Ukraine

At the one-year anniversary of Russia's war on Ukraine, they were not sure exactly what their next steps would be to help Kharkiv, only that they intended to take them. → Read More

Ohio Sen. JD Vance talks safety in light of train derailment

As the National Transportation Safety Board released its initial report about the East Palestine train derailment Thursday, both U.S. senators from Ohio had future action on their minds. → Read More

Ohio Sen. J.D. Vance talks future US involvement in Ukraine war

There's a lot to ponder as Cincinnati, the sister city of Kharkiv, prepares for a Friday demonstration of support for Ukraine. → Read More

Construction to begin on new CPD gun range location despite funding gap

The new center would be constructed in a remote, wooded area of Colerain where the county currently has a gun range. → Read More

Two runners from Cincinnati's sister city in Ukraine to race in Flying Pig Marathon

There was an unexpected and inspirational development Wednesday to Cincinnati's connection with Kharkiv. → Read More

Teen killed in Westwood shooting remembered by friends, family

A West Side family is remembering 16-year-old Lamar Spikes, who was shot and killed in Westwood over the weekend. → Read More

Cincinnati shows support for sister city Kharkiv

On Friday, Bob Herring will join Mayor Aftab Pureval, Congressman Greg Landsman, and other dignitaries to mark the one year anniversary of Russia's incursion. → Read More

Cincinnati closing Ohio River intake following chemical spill, train derailment

Greater Cincinnati Water Works officials are continuing to monitor the chemical contaminants traveling down the Ohio River following the train derailment in East Palestine. → Read More

Local water supply continues to be tested after East Palestine train derailment

River quality experts were monitoring the flow and had detected nothing harmful so far. → Read More

'Coffee with the Chief' allows residents to raise concerns

Despite some notable investment, there's a lingering feeling of neglect on the west side from city leadership. → Read More

Ohio couple renews wedding vows after 34 years on Valentine's Day

Thirty-four years ago, Susan Formoso married Dean Baker in their home county, and they spent time this Valentine's Day renewing their vows. → Read More

Contractors speak out after being robbed at gunpoint in Hamilton

It was still light out, not quite 6 p.m. last Wednesday, when Jose Venegas had a gun aimed at him and had to hand the cash he carried over to a stranger who was wearing a hoodie and a surgical mask. → Read More

Mom upset over how son was handled after bullets found at Harrison Elementary

After a third day of investigation, there was still no determination about where two live rounds of ammunition found at Harrison Elementary school came from. → Read More

Cincinnati officials discuss city safety after East Palestine train derailment

The hazardous materials situation in East Palestine, Ohio, this week has generated questions about Cincinnati's preparedness for any similar incident. → Read More

Cincinnati police present latest crime numbers, ways to reduce violence

Violent crime numbers were trending in the right direction in the city of Cincinnati during 2022, but were still high enough to remain troubling. → Read More

City officials discuss funding for moving Cincinnati gun range

Saying "failure is not an option," Cincinnati Vice Mayor Jan Michele Kearney beat the drum of momentum Tuesday for relocating the Cincinnati gun range from Evendale to Colerain Township. → Read More