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House fire in Wyoming, Ohio, claims lives of homeowners
A fire in a Wyoming, Ohio, home killed Hank and Janet Drescher. Hank Drescher was a retired police officer.
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Teen Killed In I-275 Crash
A teen dead after fatal crash Sunday afternoon on eastbound I-275 near Kellogg Avenue.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
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Southern Michigan Winter Beer Festival delivers, packing 1,500 into events center for some suds
Whether they call it a cold one, a brewskie, an oat soda, a 12 oz. curl or a suds, beer lovers from all over the country packed into the American 1 Events Center on Saturday afternoon to sample a wide variety of brews.
Fire Damages Homes in Mt. Auburn, College Hill
Some Cincinnati Firefighters spent Saturday handing out smoke detectors, fire alarms and safety pamphlets to students around the University of Cincinnati campus.
Each week our intern Amber will be exploring what Cincinnatians are interested in by scouring the local Twitter trends and reporting on what she's found.
Pies & Pints to add second Dayton-area location
One of Dayton's most popular pizza chains has signed a lease in Liberty Township in its effort to move towards the Cincinnati market.
Uber, Lyft coming to Cincinnati soon
Cincinnati's taxicab industry has long been, and continues to be, a total embarrassment.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Ohio attorney general collapses, under evaluation
CINCINNATI Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine fell ill during a speaking engagement Friday in Cincinnati and was taken to a hospital to be evaluated, his office said.
Church in OTR will be repurposed for new Ale House
THE CITY'S LONGTIME BREWING TRADITION.... CAN ADD ANOTHER NAME TO ITS LIST. ONE.... THAT ALMOST DIDN'T HAPPEN.
City's pothole blitz kickoff postponed
The beginning of an all-out blitz on potholes that would have doubled the number of crews on city streets was postponed Friday because of a scheduling conflict.
Is Cincinnati paying too much for 4th and Race tower compared to other projects?
The city of Cincinnati provided a $12 million forgivable loan for the 30-story, 300-unit building at Fourth and Race streets.
2 sentenced for multi-million dollar tax fraud operation
Two men will spend at least 2 years in prison for their roles in a tax fraud scheme that netted millions of dollars.
Fish Fry Season is Here
You will see signs for them in every neighborhood in the Tristate. Now that the Lenten season has arrived, churches throughout our area are frying up fish to bring the community together and help Christians follow the Lenten rule of abstaining from eating meat until Easter.
Bockfest is Back
Bockfest signals the coming of spring, celebrates Over-the-Rhine and serves up beer from tons of local breweries.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Pothole blitz begins Friday for Tri-State
Road crews will be out in full force on Friday fixing the potholes all over the Tri-State.
Cincinnati awarded $5 million grant to combat blighted homes
The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority will use the $5 million grant as part of its neighborhood initiative program.
Archdiocese of Cincinnati expands moral clause in teacher contracts
Or hey, guess what, you should really have sex before marriage, or you know what, you should probably be gay."
Cincinnati tops ballot of RNC Convention cities
The battle to host the Republican National Convention is heating up between eight cities, and in the spirit of democracy, the party is tallying a public vote to help settle the issue.
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Flaherty & Collins, the developer that wants to tear down a garage as part of its downtown grocery and apartment tower project, offered to pay for a tenant's move to keep the deal moving forward.