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Past articles by Natalie:

Ribbon cut on $50 million theater complex Playhouse in the Park

Playhouse in the Park is celebrating the unveiling of a new main stage theater that's been years in the making. → Read More

Cincinnati gelato chef to compete in semifinals for global recognition

UGOgelato opened its doors in Over-the-Rhine less than a year ago. → Read More

Food pantries see impact after additional SNAP benefits end

Additional SNAP benefits are over in Ohio and now local food pantries are seeing the hit. → Read More

Police chief: Officer shoots woman after she pointed gun at officers in Goshen Township

A woman was taken to the hospital Tuesday after a shooting involving police in Goshen Township. → Read More

Seeing a rise in your Duke Energy bill? You're not alone

If you've seen a rise in your Duke Energy bill, you're not alone. Many customers are trying to figure out why. → Read More

Residents in Madisonville fed up after series of car break-ins, car thefts

Almost 20 cars were broken into over the weekend, and one car was stolen in Madisonville. → Read More

Couple engaged at Flying Pig share love story update

A Cincinnati couple is sharing an update to their love story, after getting engaged after the Flying Pig half marathon. → Read More

Behind-the-scenes look at the Cincinnati Black Music Hall of Fame

Gold stars will be on display with the names of many Cincinnati music legends, from Bootsy Collins and Otis Williams to Penny Ford and now, as of Monday, Louise Shropshire. → Read More

College Hill residents wake up to anti-Semitic messages found in neighborhood

An alarming start to the day in College Hill after residents walked outside to find anti-Semitic messages littering their neighborhood. → Read More

Hundreds march to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Hundreds of people marched from the Freedom Center to Washington Park in Cincinnati. → Read More

Northern Kentucky University offers closet to students where they can shop for free

The closet is new as of 2021 and served about 400 students throughout the last school year. → Read More

Nickelodeon star Lay Lay surprises students at Cincinnati school

Students at one local high school had a big surprise on Tuesday when a Nickelodeon star walked through the doors. → Read More

Angel Alley in Mason honors and remembers children who have passed

A dedication ceremony will be held for Angel Alley on Oct. 28, starting at 5 p.m. → Read More

Hamilton County Sheriff's Office to switch from helicopters to drones

The Hamilton County Sheriff's office wants to trade in helicopters for drones. → Read More

Ohio man walks marathon in hospital after beating cancer for third time

The Turtlecreek Township Trustee, unfortunately, is no stranger to chemotherapy and what it takes to beat cancer. → Read More

Woman charged in robbery, shooting of man walking home from work

Covington police made an arrest in a shooting that left one man dead. → Read More

Cincinnati high school mourns loss of student shot, killed

A local high school is mourning the loss of one of their top students after a 15-year-old was shot and killed Friday night. → Read More

Man found competent to stand trial in deadly Walmart shooting

The man accused of the deadly Walmart shooting in Fairfield Township faced a judge Tuesday to determine his competency to stand trial. → Read More

What veterans need to know about the PACT Act

The new law expands VA health care and benefits for veterans who were exposed to burn pits and other toxic substances. → Read More

Kentucky farmer says new grocery store policy has forced her to close her small business

A Northern Kentucky woman is closing her tomato farm after she said a change in policy at large grocery chains now impacts direct delivery from local farmers. → Read More