Alex Hider, KXXV News Channel 25

Alex Hider

KXXV News Channel 25

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Alex:

US records 3 millionth confirmed case of the coronavirus since the pandemic began

According to a database kept by Johns Hopkins, at least 3 million people in the United States are confirmed to have contracted the novel coronavirus since the pandemic reached the country earlier this year. → Read More

2 charged with hate crimes for trying to paint over Black Lives Matter mural in California

A California district attorney has charged two people with hate crimes after they attempted to paint over a "Black Lives Matter" street mural in a Bay Area town over the weekend. → Read More

President Donald Trump to discuss reopening schools at White House event

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump will outline his administration's plan to reopen schools at a White House event. → Read More

Jimmy John's: Multiple employees fired over video of noose made of bread dough

Jimmy John's says multiple employees have been fired after a video circulated on social media that showed employees laughing while they made a noose out of bread dough. → Read More

Fort Hood officials to give update in Vanessa Guillen case

Army officials at Ford Hood in Texas will hold a press conference on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

8-year-old organizes 'Children's Black Lives Matter' protest in Missouri, hundreds show up

Nolan, 8, helped organize the protest along with his mother, Kristin. According to CNN, he was inspired to lead his own protest after the two attended a few other rallies in the St. Louis area. → Read More

President Donald Trump to hold a briefing on COVID-19 response

President Donald Trump will hold a briefing regarding the nation's response to the COVID-19 pandemic at 9:30 a.m. ET, according to a press release from the White House. → Read More

The US reported 50,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, a new record

The U.S. again broke its daily record for new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, as local health departments recorded 50,000 new confirmed cases of the virus, according to a database kept by Johns Hopkins. → Read More

Trump calls planned Black Lives Matter mural in New York a 'symbol of hate'

President Donald Trump decried New York's decision to paint a large "Black Lives Matter" mural on the city's famed Fifth Avenue on Wednesday, calling the mural a "symbol of hate." → Read More

Family of Vanessa Guillen to speak after remains found in connection with investigation

The family of Pfc. Vanessa Guillen, a soldier who has been missing from an Army base in Texas, will hold a press conference on Wednesday, a day after human remains were found in connection with the investigation with her disappearance. → Read More

Seattle mayor declares 'CHOP' an illegal gathering, police arrest about a dozen protesters

Seattle Police have moved in to break up the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest (CHOP) after Mayor Jenny Durkan issued an executive order early Wednesday morning, declaring the gathering illegal. → Read More

Biden: Trump was 'derelict' in his duties in regard to Russian bounties for US soldiers

During a press conference in Delaware on Tuesday, presumptive Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden said President Donald Trump was "derelict" in his duties in regards to reports of Russia paying bounties to Taliban-linked organizations for killing U.S. soldiers. → Read More

Goldman Sachs chief economist: National mask requirement could save US economy $1 trillion

Goldman Sachs' chief economist says if masks were required across the country, it could save the U.S. economy from a 5% loss. → Read More

South Dakota governor: Social distancing won't be implemented at Mt. Rushmore Fourth of July event

"We'll be giving out free face masks, if they choose to wear one. But we won't be social distancing." → Read More

Reddit bans r/The_Donald for violation of hate speech rules

On Monday, social media website Reddit banned r/The_Donald, a subreddit devoted to discussing President Donald Trump, as a part of a purge of more than 2,000 groups on the site that were in violation of the social media site's rules, according to The New York Times and The Verge. The move marks a stark change in Reddit policy. Previously, Reddit has allowed groups and individuals more leeway… → Read More

GoFundMe for Starbucks barista who refused service to maskless woman has surpassed $90K

A GoFundMe for a San Diego-area Starbucks barista who refused service to a woman who refused to wear a COVID-19 has now surpassed more than $90,000. → Read More

Broadway performances in New York shut down through end of 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic

The Broadway League, the trade association that regulates theater performances in New York City, said Monday that all Broadway shows would be canceled through the end of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Iran issues arrest warrant for President Donald Trump over drone strike that killed general

Iran has issued an arrest warrant for President Donald Trump and 36 other people in connection with a U.S. drone strike that killed a top Iranian military commander earlier this year. → Read More

White House defends Trump tweet that included video of supporter yelling 'white power'

The White House defended President Donald Trump's Sunday tweet in which included a video of his supporters yelling the phrase "white power" at protesters at a Florida retirement community. → Read More

Number of confirmed worldwide cases of COVID-19 pass 10 million mark

Confirmed worldwide cases of the novel coronavirus broke the 10 million mark on Sunday morning, according to a database kept by Johns Hopkins University. → Read More