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1 dead after overnight crash in downtown Cincinnati

Emergency crews reported to a deadly crash in downtown Cincinnati early Sunday morning. → Read More

Western & Southern Open Kids Day returns after three-year hiatus

The Western and Southern Open once again welcomed the worlds greatest tennis back to the Linder family tennis center in Mason. → Read More

Community activists hope to see change amid OTR mass shooting that left 9 injured

Nine people were taken to the hospital after a shooting in Over-the-Rhine Sunday → Read More

Active shooter training takes over Sycamore Schools Maple Dale Elementary Campus

Three hour training prepares officers and staff to neutralize threat → Read More

Days after the death of co-founder Donzetta Nuxhall, Joe Nuxhall Miracle League Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Teams mark anniversary by welcoming home Cincinnati Red's slugger Sean Casey and Pittsburgh regional miracle teams. → Read More

Brent Spence Bridge reopens after 12 hour closure

Traffic backups frustrate drivers and business owners → Read More

988 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline debuts, replacing 10-digit help-line

Local Triathlete dedicates her training to Suicide prevention and awareness as 3-digit lifeline rolls out. → Read More

Investigation continues after overnight fire in Evendale leaves 2 in critical condition

Brice Satterwhite got the call from his family that his year-old business was burning down → Read More

The clean up continues in Goshen following Wednesday's powerful storms

A steady buzz of volunteers and equipment swarmed the yards and streets of Goshen, going to work to help get the township back on its feet. → Read More

A full day of 4th of July celebrations kick off with annual Ft. Thomas Parade

With pickup trucks and marching bands, the Fourth of July parade stepped its way through Main Street in Fort Thomas. → Read More

Seven Hills Church 'Heart the City' returns to Cincinnati

In 2021, 1,817 volunteers served 11,783 hours at 186 different locations in and around Cincinnati during "Heart the City." → Read More

Police: Search ongoing for suspect who shot at officer during Price Hill traffic stop

Police are searching for a suspect that fired shots at an officer during a traffic stop early Sunday morning in Price Hill. → Read More

'It's such a celebration': Cincinnati Pride returns after a 3-year hiatus

With singing and dancing and flags waving boldly, Pride Cincinnati returned to the streets of the Queen City. → Read More

Motorist stopped on I-71 by CPD, driving over the limit at 120 miles per hour

Speeder tells officer he was rushing to deliver groceries. → Read More

First-ever New Richmond Pride brings hope to LGBTQ+ community members

Lily, 16, has lived in New Richmond all of their life. At times Lily says the journey has been lonely, but Lily is glad to see New Richmond grow to embrace all people for who they are. → Read More

Protestors speak out at March For Our Lives at city hall in Cincinnati

Speakers of all ages rallied at Cincinnati City hall with the message to end gun violence. → Read More

Vehicle stolen from man shot in head overnight has been found

The stolen vehicle of the man who was shot in the head as returned to his Norwood home after work early Tuesday morning has been located. → Read More

Arlington Memorial Gardens tribute

Under a bright blue sky, flags waved in a field of memory, an honor earned through sacrifice, dedication and loss.This Mt. Healthy memorial garden dedicated its field of memory with about 1,000 flags. Each flag on this bluff represents the commitment of a member of the armed forces or first responder — a life lived in service of others. Visitors came to the field one by one, or in couples or… → Read More

Taste of Cincinnati makes big return with unique flavors, hungry crowds

Starting is 1979, our local food extravaganza is the longest running culinary festivals in the country → Read More

Great American Ball Park hosts American Lung Association’s 'Fight For Air Climb'

The Cincinnati Reds played on the road, but Great American Ballpark still hosted a hometown winner. → Read More