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Courtis Fuller

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Courtis:

Cincinnati police recruit hospitalized following training exercise

There was a medical emergency following a training exercise that resulted in a 36-year-old police recruit being rushed to the hospital Wednesday, according to Cincinnati police. → Read More

Meet the Bengals' No. 1 fan, Bengal Jim

Around Cincinnati, Jim Foster is known as Bengal Jim. No one could be more excited than Foster about the Bengals’ current success. → Read More

Cincinnati health professionals singing 'Who Dey' for the Bengals

Here's another example of how everyone is connecting to the Cincinnati Bengals’ winning football season. → Read More

One Cincinnati family following their hearts in weekend Bengals-Raiders playoff game

The Johnson family of Cincinnati said this weekend’s playoff game is about family and business. They will be cheering on someone on the football field but he will be on the opposing team’s sideline. → Read More

The changing times since the Bengals last playoff victory

The last time the Cincinnati Bengals won a playoff game in 1991 the world looked much different. → Read More

Pandemic force changes for citywide King Day holiday events

The MLK Coalition announced that the annual citywide King Day program at Music Hall is going online this year out of health and safety concerns. → Read More

High demand for COVID-19 testing across Cincinnati area

There were long lines at most locations with some people waiting for several hours to get checked out Thursday. → Read More

Kentucky tornadoes: Recovery process could take years

Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear said the people of the Bluegrass are down and hurting because of the tornadoes that hit the state but they are not defeated or broken. → Read More

Kentucky toy drive for young tornado victims going strong

Kentucky toy drive for young tornado victims going strong → Read More

White House pushes encouraging supply chain news before the holidays

In an interview with WLWT, Jared Bernstein, a member of President Joe Biden’s Council of Economic Advisors, said the news is encouraging. → Read More

Hamilton County property owners score with rebate

The Hamilton County Commissioners approved a mega 30 percent rebate for property owners, well over the 5 percent they saw last year. → Read More

Community advocate writes song to address gun-related deaths

During the holiday season many people focus on the joy of spending time with family and friends. → Read More

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley reflects on time in office ahead of mayoral transition

During eight years as mayor and another eight years as a city council member, Cranley has helped lead Cincinnati through the worst of times and the best of times. → Read More

Cincinnati State launching programs to address workforce shortages

Cincinnati State is helping boost the workforce as the country deals with a major labor shortage. → Read More

Cincinnati Black-owned restaurant week kicks off this week

Beginning Thursday, Nov. 18 through Nov. 24. There will be a focus on Black-owned restaurants in Cincinnati. → Read More

Men of Honor: Event held to honor community leaders with award

Abercrumbie Group honors five men with prestigious award → Read More

The voice of the faith community fighting violence

Greater Cincinnati faith leaders talk about the church and synagogue's role in curbing violence → Read More

Pedestrian safety concerns rise in Cincinnati after 4 hit in 72 hours

Two deaths and two injuries in a span of about 72 hours, in three different neighborhoods. → Read More

Eyewitness talks about vehicle crash in University Heights

Sam Lemmink had a bird’s eye view of a crash in University Heights near the University of Cincinnati campus. He captures the entire incident on his car’s dashcam. → Read More

Children learn about gun safety at this Walnut Hills school

One Cincinnati charter school teaches skills in physical education and the arts but it's also teaching another lesson, one that saves lives. → Read More