Briana Rice, Enquirer

Briana Rice

Enquirer

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent:
  • Enquirer
Past:
  • The Courier-Journal
  • CantonRep.com
  • USA TODAY

Recent articles by Briana:

Police: Officer arrested after receiving explicit pic from teenager

A Newport police officer has been arrested after officers say he asked for explicit pictures from a teenager. → Read More

Police identify victim in Over-the-Rhine shooting

Cincinnati Police have identified a man who died after a shooting in Over-the-Rhine Sunday. → Read More

Cincinnati's new Black Music Walk of Fame is scheduled to open next summer

The Cincinnati Black Music Walk of Fame is scheduled to open next July, in time for the Cincinnati Music Festival. → Read More

Cincinnati Zoo's first sloth baby is a stillbirth, Zoo officials 'devastated'

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden had its first sloth born Sunday morning but the pup was a stillborn. → Read More

'It's overwhelming us': Curfew in Clovernook Apartments is extended

Mount Healthy is continuing the curfew it enacted in August in an apartment complex in an attempt to help curb violence through the end of the year. → Read More

'Smack a staff member': Butler County superintendents discourage TikTok challenge

Educators in the region are preparing for a new TikTok trend in October that is encouraging violence against teachers. → Read More

Police: Violent crime is down in Cincinnati so far this year

Cincinnati streets have been safer this year, according to reports from the Cincinnati Police Department. → Read More

Man's encounter with two escorts ended in robbery attempt, shooting, Florence police say

A man living at the Charleston Pine Apartments hired two women as escorts, police say. While the women were in his home, one of the escorts shot at the man but struck the other escort instead, according to police. → Read More

Police: 11-year-old grazed by bullet in the Villages at Roll Hill

An 11-year-old boy was grazed by a bullet in the Villages at Roll Hills on Tuesday. → Read More

'A tragic situation': NKU law student Cierra Allen was shot in self-defense, prosecutor says

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters announced Tuesday that no charges will be filed in the shooting death of Cierra Allen. → Read More

Report: Five-mile stretch of Interstate 75 in Cincinnati ranks among deadliest in Ohio

Greater Cincinnati is home to one of the deadliest roads in Ohio, according to a new analysis. → Read More

Middletown High School upping police presence following Tik Tok trend

Middletown City Schools says due to a threat at the high school following a Tik Tok trend that is encouraging students to damage or destroy school property. → Read More

Mount Healthy City Schools will do remote learning for two weeks in October due to rise in COVID cases

Mount Healthy City Schools will be fully remote for two weeks in October. → Read More

Newport Independent Schools cancels Friday classes due to sick, quarantined students

Newport Independent Schools will not be gathering in person for the next several days. → Read More

More than 1,600 fake vaccination cards seized by Cincinnati customs agents

In the past month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of Cincinnati have seized five shipments of counterfeit vaccination cards. → Read More

Police: 'Increase in violence' responsible for curfew for youth in Mount Healthy apartment complex

Mount Healthy Police have enacted a curfew in an apartment complex through the beginning of October. → Read More

Charges 'highly unlikely' in West High hazing incident, prosecutor says

Prosecutor Joe Deters chastised CPS for firing the coach and canceling the football season. → Read More

Police: NKU law student Cierra Allen was shot in self-defense

Police: NKU law student Cierra Allen was shot in self defense → Read More

What are speed cushions? Cincinnati is testing them out in Winton Hills

Winton Hills is getting temporary speed cushions to see if they slow down traffic in the area. → Read More

Boone County murder trial: Defendant Joshua Ward takes stand on last day of testimony

Closing arguments in the murder trial for a Northern Kentucky Mom and her 9-year-old son are expected Wednesday. → Read More