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Courtis Fuller

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Courtis:

Dr. O'dell Owens, longtime Cincinnati health leader, dies at 74

WLWT News 5 has confirmed longtime Cincinnati healthcare leader, Dr. O'Dell Moreno Owens, died Wednesday. He was 74 years old. → Read More

Local community receives steering wheel locks to combat auto thefts

Saint Bernard is the latest community to receive steering wheel locks from Hyundai to help prevent thefts. → Read More

Fairfax police release new details on reported abduction

Fairfax police are trying to connect the dots of a reported abduction at gunpoint of one Walmart employee and the attempted abduction of another worker outside the store. → Read More

Local WWII veteran honored with special tribute

Friends and family paused for a moment Friday to pay tribute to a special person, a member of the greatest generation. → Read More

Police issue caution about buying, selling items online after string of thefts

Police are warning about a dangerous trend that's starting to surface again. In person transactions from sweet online deals that really are too good to be true. → Read More

UC alerts students after several assaults near campus

The University of Cincinnati Public Safety Division issued an alert about a reported groping incident on campus. → Read More

Friends remember 18-year-old Mason graduate killed in crash after driver arrested

On Friday, police announced a four-charge grand jury indictment against 24-year-old Michael Ondreka. → Read More

Northside residents, city leaders create pedestrian and traffic safety group

Pedestrian safety and enforcement strategies remain a hot button topic in Cincinnati and city leaders are making residents an important part of the solution. → Read More

Cincinnati high school security guard prevents shooting

Active shooter drills are now required for staff members at Dohn High School. → Read More

Grieving family of teen murdered in Over-the-Rhine speaks out

Grieving family members prepare to say final goodbyes to murdered 15-year-old boy. → Read More

College Hill becoming blueprint for successful neighborhood revitalization

In addition to new housing and new businesses, Children’s Hospital is set to open a $105 million mental health facility next year. → Read More

'All he saw was headlights': Brother, cousin of 'Super Sammy' out of hospital after being hit by wrong-way driver

A local family whose story went viral after their young Bengals fan underwent a heart transplant this year is now facing another challenge. → Read More

Dolphins' Tagovailoa suffers concussion during game, released from UC Medical Center

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa suffered a concussion when he was tackled in the Thursday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals. → Read More

UC community mourns student killed in crash near campus

The chalk writings the, flowers and balloons from people just wanting answers about something so senseless. → Read More

Clermont County police investigating after man indicted on 40 sex-related crimes

47-year-old Charlie Theaderman, of Clermont County, faces multiple accusations of sexual crime including rape against at least one underage victim. → Read More

Residents share concerns, fears about rowdy parties near UC campus

The mayor called a meeting at City Hall to hear more about partying in the streets by students. → Read More

Woman charged with murder after killing man, injuring another in road rage

Taahviya Chapman, 24, stood in front of the judge Friday, now charged with murder, felonious assault and child endangerment. → Read More

Cincinnati swears-in Sheryl Long as new city manager

Long served as the city administrator for North College Hill prior to her taking the position as assistant manager in Cincinnati, a role she held for three years. → Read More

Churches heighten security in midst of prayer

Security is no longer an optional discussion, even in the sanctuary of a church. → Read More

Businesses can learn active shooter safety procedures with ALICE Training

Staying alert and staying alive is the primary message experts send out if you ever find yourself in an active shooter scenario. → Read More