Larry Seward, WCPO

Larry Seward

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Cincinnati Fire Department receives $500K donation for pilot program addressing overdose calls

Last summer, HCPH donated $100,000 to the City of Cincinnati's Fire Department to start a pilot program to beef up overdose response. HCPH donated another $500,000 this month. → Read More

Avondale mom faces homelessness for second time amid landlord changes

Eviction filings for the latest two-week period tracked in Cincinnati by the Eviction Lab hit the second-highest number since 2020. → Read More

Bills Mafia eager to welcome Bengals fans to Buffalo after 'outpouring of love' following first meeting

When both teams earned a playoff rematch, the members of Bills Mafia said they look forward to welcoming any Bengals fans that travel. → Read More

Withrow alum celebrated for his work in helping save Damar Hamlin's life

UC Health physicians drafted John Bush Jr. to join a select team of respiratory therapists and doctors that handle emergency care for the Cincinnati Bengals. → Read More

DEA's Cincinnati office focusing on areas with high drug trafficking, crime amid fentanyl surge in the US

When asked what his agents are seeing in recent seizures, Reder said 'fentanyl in both powder form and pill form.' They also seize growing amounts of cocaine, crack and methamphetamine. → Read More

Youth leagues throughout Tri-State push for better access to AEDs following Damar Hamlin recovery

One group pushed lawmakers to require AEDs in schools and public parks last year. It failed. However, state House Rep. Richard Brown announced plans to reintroduce House Bill 426. → Read More

'I feel let down': Cincinnati couple says city won't pay for damages after pothole destroys tires

Fred Jones Jr. filed a claim for reimbursement, sending photos and police reports/notes as requested, but was told because the city fixed the hole weeks later he would not get any money. → Read More

'I was speechless': Strangers step in to help fulfill Christmas wish lists for students in Dayton

Two years ago, when data showed about 20% of Dayton's population lived in poverty, 'Operation Christmas Joy' took care of 40-60 families. Now, there are more than 130 families with wish lists. → Read More

'We are all shocked': Family of 19-year-old killed in Bond Hill triple-shooting hoping for justice

A triple shooting near Joyce Lane and Seymour Avenue left two teenagers dead and another person in critical condition. → Read More

For understaffed police agencies, could managing perception of crime help solve it?

To hear DiPietro and others at the training speak, managing community perceptions of safety could help calm crime for departments struggling to find enough men and women to serve. → Read More

Clinic expunging old, low-level convictions could be key to boosting NKY economy

The NAACP NKY Branch led a record-cleaning clinic that could help the region's economy, organizers said. The group united lawyers with job and house hunters held back by old, low-level charges. → Read More

Milford man took downtown job, banking on a bus service he said now strands him regularly

Christopher Myers, 34, lives in Milford. He took a $14 an hour job inside the Great American Tower in downtown Cincinnati because Metro offers an express bus service from his home to work. → Read More

'Crosstown Foodout' aims to serve students ahead of UC and Xavier showdown

Crosstown Shootout basketball rivals have scores to settle before Saturday's showdown, but both Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati have teamed up to launch the "Crosstown Foodout." → Read More

'I don't feel safe': More complaints about conditions at Roselawn apartments

Complaints continue to mount against a Roselawn apartment landlord as residents become fed up with living conditions in the building → Read More

'There was no accountability there': Former Talawanda Schools teacher accused of groping student faces lawsuit

Paul Stiver is accused of putting his hand on a student's shoulder and sliding his hand down her shirt during a fifth-bell business class. He was allowed to retire, the student's family said. → Read More

Woman facing eviction claims rent payments were cashed, others facing eviction also claim they've paid

A grandmother slapped with eviction for not paying rent claims someone is cashing money orders sent to her landlord. → Read More

'Wonderful for our future generations': Lincoln Heights hopes for revival after $1 million grant

The landlocked village is one of the country's first African-American, self-governed communities. Its 75 years of history include challenges. → Read More

'We're going to be homeless': A dozen tenants face eviction after new landlord says they owe thousands

Heirlooms of Cincinnati filed six eviction complaints in October and six more in November. Three residents owe $1,279 in back rent, according to the eviction filing in court records. → Read More

'It is the most important time': Small businesses hoping to see success during holiday sales

University of Cincinnati economists are predicting more holiday spending on retail in Ohio this year compared to last. → Read More

'I feel so blessed': 4 generations of West side family celebrates 50th annual Thanksgiving football game

Fifty years ago, the Ray and Tony Mazza brought their children together for a game of football before Thanksgiving dinner. → Read More