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Recent articles by Natalie:

ODOT battles Mother Nature across Ohio with roughly 1,000 crews

Roughly 1,000 ODOT crews are working Sunday night, clearing roadways across Ohio. → Read More

Bengals treats offered across the city to ring in the big game

It's time to get fired up and what better way to do that than to eat your way across the city. → Read More

Ohio National Guard steps in to help with COVID-19 testing

The search for COVID-19 tests can be a challenge and the lack of staffing can mean long lines at testing sites. → Read More

Students head back class as staff attendance falls due to COVID

Students are heading back to classrooms as COVID-19 cases rise and staff attendance falls. → Read More

Cincinnati mother who lost son to cancer adopting baby boy

A Cincinnati mother who keeps her son's memory alive with an annual toy drive is about to be blessed with another child in her life. → Read More

Blue Ash mother hopes to rebuild after losing everything in a house fire

Kimberly Reese Mensah was on a mission trip in Ghana when she got the call. Her home was on fire and everything she owned was gone. → Read More

Mother and son burned by home intruder in brutal attack

Hamilton police are searching for someone they say threw hot grease on a woman and her son as they slept. → Read More

Take-home COVID-19 tests hard to come by, as holidays approach

With a rise in COVID-19 cases and holidays fast approaching, it's getting harder and harder to get your hands on take-home tests. → Read More

Cincinnati steps up to help those impacted by weekend tornadoes

Greater Cincinnati is stepping up for its neighbors to the south by collecting goods and volunteering to help those in Mayfield, Kentucky, with cleanup efforts. → Read More

UC gear in high demand as Bearcats prepare for Cotton Bowl

Cincinnati is counting down the days until the Cotton Bowl, while some stores are counting up the sales. → Read More

Cincinnati man steps in to catch purse snatcher at local Kroger

A good Samaritan stepped in to catch a purse snatching suspect. → Read More

Blue Ash family says Ring security alerted them of carbon monoxide

Andre and Maria Texier said their Ring alarm system alerted firefighters that they needed help when they didn't even know they had an emergency. → Read More

Loveland residents trying to rebuild lives after apartment fire

A Loveland mom lost almost everything in an apartment fire. However, her perseverance and positive outlook are inspiring. → Read More

Man accused of brutal attack tries to jump out sixth floor hotel window

Police are crediting a manager at a Blue Ash hotel with alerting authorities that something was wrong. → Read More

Company kicks off fundraiser for disabled Erlanger man

"When you're in a wheelchair, everything's a task," he said. "I'm not sure a lot of people realize that." → Read More

As of today, UC students must be vaccinated for in-person learning

As of Monday, thousands of college students in our area must be fully vaccinated to attend class on campus. → Read More

Missing teen rescued after making hand signal learned from TikTok

A 16-year-old victim is safe thanks to a Good Samaritan in Kentucky who recognized her signal for help. → Read More

Police working together to solve ring of car thefts across Greater Cincinnati

Law enforcement agencies across Greater Cincinnati are working together to end a series of crimes. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine recommended before gathering for holidays

You are being urged to get a COVID-19 vaccine before gathering with loved ones this holiday season. → Read More

Cincinnatians prepare for a more normal Halloween holiday

Halloween as we know it may be back. But, it could look much different this year. → Read More