Jeanne Houck, Enquirer

Jeanne Houck


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Jeanne:

Body of missing Hamilton man found in Butler County pond

The Butler County sheriff's and coroner's offices are investigating the death of a man found dead in a pond. → Read More

Cincinnati police say excessive speed may have been a factor in fatal College Hill wreck

Cincinnati police are investigating whether impairment and excessive speed were factors in a crash that killed a woman and injured a man. → Read More

Enjoy another sunny, hot day. Showers and storms are on the way

The National Weather Service forecasts drier air for Monday and Tuesday, but rounds of showers and storms the second half of the work week. → Read More

Cincinnati police say shooting victim found in Columbia Tusculum was 23-year-old man

Cincinnati police are asking anyone with information about Jerimiah Borders' death to call them at 513-352-3542. → Read More

State money will clean up polluted site for redevelopment in Loveland

The cleanup of the Chestnut Street property in Loveland is one 78 projects in the state to get a grant to ready the sites for redevelopment. → Read More

Warren County grand jury declines to indict former Lebanon officer for handling of tickets

Findings of an internal police investigation and a separate criminal investigation were sent to the prosecutor and grand jury. → Read More

Goshen school board president resigns after child sex sting video posted online

Goshen Local Schools board president John Gray was serving his fifth term on the school board. → Read More

At least one person stabbed in large brawl at Kings Island Camp Cedar Saturday night

Several people were taken to the hospital with minor injuries after the fight. → Read More

Got a tiger or venomous snake in Madeira? The police chief would like a word with you

The issue of dangerous animals was raised in Madeira earlier this year after the city learned a resident has a state permit for 53 restricted snakes. → Read More

Is there a brother or sister in Fiona the hippo's future? Zoo sonogram sparks speculation

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden announced last September that the mother of Fiona the hippo had a new boyfriend. → Read More

Independence man faces 20 years in prison for 69 counts of possession of child porn

Kenton County police arrested Emmanuel Curry after a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. → Read More

Private swim school in Kenwood proposed

The Sycamore Township Zoning Commission is scheduled to consider approving a private swim school in Kenwood on Monday, April 11. → Read More

Madeira may punch up dangerous wild animals law

The snake owner inadvertently notified the wrong law enforcement agency about his plan of action in case of animal escape. → Read More

Mt. Healthy police make arrest in shooting death outside bar

Chamleon Fischer, 33, of North College Hill, is accused of murdering Willie Wheeler Sunday morning in Mt. Healthy. → Read More

New park to open on former Gamble estate in Westwood April 1

Great Parks acquired the park property at no cost after winning a $637,500 state conservation grant and $212,500 from the Greenacres Foundation. → Read More

Cincinnati St. Patrick's Day Parade 'absolutely, 100%' on, despite cold, snowy forecast

The parade begins at noon by Paul Brown Stadium in Downtown Cincinnati. → Read More

Officials want to consider change of theme of Delhi Skirt Game. Men may no longer wear dresses

"To say it's all for naught if men playing in this softball game can't dress as women for the evening, it's completely devaluing the fundraising endeavors." → Read More

Developers to break ground for $19M Hampton Inn & Suites in Hyde Park

The new hotel at the former site of the Pig & Whistle sports pub will have 103 guest rooms, an indoor pool and meeting rooms. → Read More

More severe weather could be on the way

Locally heavy rainfall possible, National Weather Service says. → Read More

Here's how to help the embattled people of Ukraine during the Russian invasion

Master Provisions of Elsmere, Matthew 25: Ministries of Blue Ash and the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati are seeking donations to help Ukraine. → Read More