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Past articles by Briana:

Beware the curse of Japp's stolen tiki

Bar staffers paid for it with their own money, and they want it returned. → Read More

Caring Closet helps Hamilton kids in need head to school with new clothes

The project is meant to be a gentle help and a reminder that someone cares, and it can make a lasting difference in the lives of recipients. → Read More

Q102 DJ robbed at gunpoint shares her story

Popular radio host Natalie Jones was returning home just before midnight after working a shift at Q102 earlier this month when she was blindsided and robbed. → Read More

As another homeless camp grows downtown, councilmembers, advocates try to find long-term solution

Since the homeless camp under Third and Plum closed, more tents have popped up at the other end of Fort Washington Way. → Read More

Covington sues drug companies over opioid crisis

The City of Covington joined hundreds of local governments across the country Tuesday in efforts to recoup the costs of resources used to fight the opioid epidemic from companies that made and sold the drugs. → Read More

Hamilton County sales tax petition drive enters final hours

If you want to have a say on Hamilton County's sales tax hike, you've got less than 24 hours to sign a petition. → Read More

Off-duty Butler County deputy saves choking girl

Deputy Mike Gipson was off duty when he stepped in to perform the Heimlich maneuver when a girl choked on a piece of candy Saturday. → Read More

Another heat wave in Cincinnati: 'It's very important that you don't push yourself'

Don't wait. Hydrate. That's the simplest advice as the Tri-State enters yet another heat wave. → Read More

Proposed Ohio law would force teachers to 'out' transgender youth

Teachers could face felony charges if they did not tell transgender students' parents about their child's identity or attempted to provide educational materials without parental consent. → Read More

North Fairmount apartments lose power for nearly 24 hours

Residents of a North Fairmount apartment complex went without power or air conditioning for nearly 24 hours as the heat index reached into triple digits. → Read More

On Cincinnati-Norwood border, roads get half-paved

Norwood Mayor Thomas Williams said half-paved roads are the result of a fiscal emergency and the city having no funds to spare. → Read More

Anthony Bourdain, enemy of food snobbery, was a fan of Cincinnati chili

Late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain used his television presence to highlight two of the things he loved best: Travel and unique regional dishes. Of course Cincinnati chili made the list. → Read More

Dearborn County man pleads not guilty in deaths of his mother, grandfather

Cody Booth pleaded not guilty to killing his mother and grandfather. → Read More

Batesville to honor military men and women with banners

Paying back veterans for their service and sacrifice starts with memorial banners draped around the city's downtown. → Read More

Lawrenceburg Community Schools' summer lunch program expands its reach

The Lawrenceburg Community School Corporation is expanding the reach of its free summer meal program. → Read More

Butler County sheriff suggests metal detectors, resource officers to help with school safety

Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones says school boards should start thinking now about safety for next year. → Read More

Fourth-graders' project to help Puerto Rico gets national attention

Fourth graders at Terrace Park Elementary School will receive national recognition this week for their efforts to help students in hurricane-affected Puerto Rico. → Read More

Cincinnati police give full burial honors to jail matron 110 years later

Rosa Dyer Regan died on duty in 1908, but until recently not much else was known about her. → Read More

Thieves target flowers at cemeteries

The Middletown-based Granger Plastics Company has come up with one solution. → Read More

Heroin overdoses are down, but meth usage is on the rise, officials say

Users are recognizing the higher risk of death from fentanyl-laced heroin. They're turning to another drug. → Read More