Chris Riva, FOX19

Chris Riva

FOX19

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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  • FOX19
  • WKYT
  • wave3news
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
  • WTVM News Leader 9
  • WSFA 12 News
  • KTRE News
  • KFVS News

Past articles by Chris:

$493M needed to maintain, upgrade Paul Brown Stadium over 20 years

The architectural firm, Gensler, hired by the Bengals and Hamilton County released the first of two reports detailing what work needs to be done on Paul Brown Stadium. → Read More

Bengals ‘actively’ looking at adding indoor practice facility

The Bengals are one of the few NFL teams without an indoor practice facility. → Read More

Bengals couple celebrates more than just the Super Bowl

There are thousands of Bengals super-fans out there celebrating the run of a lifetime, but there’s one couple that is taking it up a notch. → Read More

Where ‘Who Dey’ came from and what it means now

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - It’s the most distinctive cry of Bengals fans—”Who Dey!” It’s also the name of the fan base itself: “Who Dey Nation.” And the dramatic coda of the “Bengals’ Growl” fight song, sung at the top of 60,000 lungs after every Bengals touchdown at Paul Brown Stadium. “Who Dey?! Who Dey!? Who Dey think gonna beat them Bengals?! Nooooo-body!” (Can we pause for a moment and just… → Read More

Overcrowded hospitals created delays with Cincinnati Fire Department, union says

The CFD union says they are seeing lengthy delays once they transport patients to area emergency departments. → Read More

Video games, websites predators are using to lure children in 2022

The FBI warns there are about 500,000 predators active online everyday. → Read More

Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office warns of holiday text scam

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is warning residents about a holiday scam coming in the form of text messages. → Read More

Operation H.O.M.E.: Tri-State mom raising money to help get deployed son home for holidays

A mother is on a mission to get her son home for the holidays. → Read More

New development blocks Rosemary Clooney mural in OTR

There are more than 180 murals around Cincinnati telling the story of the city. → Read More

November election could turn over entire Cincinnati City Council

A record number of candidates are vying for nine seats. → Read More

Tyler Davidson Fountain turns 150 years old

CINCINNATI (WXIX) - The Tyler Davidson Fountain is now 150 years old. The fountain was gifted to the city of Cincinnati by Henry Probasco in 1871. The fountain stands 43′ tall and depicts the importance of water as the Genius of Water sits atop. See a spelling or grammar error in our story? Please include the title when you click here to report it. All rights reserved. → Read More

Mason City Council mulls ‘sanctuary’ proposal outlawing abortion

It could be up for a vote by Oct. 11. → Read More

Family of Paige Johnson still awaiting closure, justice as somber anniversary nears

Paige Johnson was 17 when she went missing. → Read More

P.G. Sittenfeld claims innocence, plans to fight charges until very end

Sittenfeld agreed to a voluntary suspension from office pending the outcome of the charges against him. → Read More

Butler County school superintendents ponder new quarantine guidelines for students

The districts are considering a change to the quarantine guidelines. → Read More

Cincinnati company part of tackle football PSA featuring Brett Favre

The PSA encourages parents to not allow kids to play tackle football until a certain age. → Read More

Concerns mount for Hamilton County renters ‘falling through the cracks’ into eviction court

Karen Willingham hadn’t left her apartment for 18 months due to a health condition before her eviction hearing on Thursday. → Read More

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley launches campaign for Ohio governor

Cranley, who is serving his second four-year term as mayor, plans to officially kick off his campaign with an announcement at 8 a.m. Tuesday → Read More

More victims speak up regarding Ohio’s unemployment thefts

More victims have spoken regarding fraud problems in the latest Ohio unemployment system. → Read More

Construction begins on pivotal last part of Miami Bike Trail

3,300 feet is all it will take to connect Cincinnati and Springfield. But it costs $7.9 million to build. → Read More