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A video showing a paralyzed shooting victim blinking his eyes is expected to be key in a murder trial as jurors consider whether the blinks were intentional responses to detectives' questions. Comment?
The former head of an Ohio computer sales company sentenced to one week in prison for inflating stock prices and losing investors millions could now face a sentence of up to 10 years -- the result of a federal appeals court ruling that his first prison term was "drastically" light. Comment?
A dying, paralyzed man who couldn't speak intentionally blinked his eyes to identify a photo of his attacker for authorities, prosecutors said Wednesday in opening statements, while the defense insists those blinks were inconsistent and unreliable. Comment?
Robert "Skip" Kotzbacher, age 58, of Cincinnati, Ohio, died suddenly at 2 p.m. Monday, April 29, 2013, in Cincinnati. Comment?
An honors student at an all-male Catholic high school tried to commit suicide in his first-period classroom Monday, police said, critically wounding himself with a gunshot and sending other students scrambling for cover. Comment?
Jury selection began Monday in the trial of an Ohio man charged with murder in the shooting of a man authorities said identified his assailant by blinking his eyes while paralyzed and hooked up to a ventilator. Comment?
Authorities say a high school student pulled out a gun and shot himself in a classroom at a Cincinnati area high school. Comment?
Patrons wanting to use electronic cigarettes at Ohio's casinos where smoking tobacco is prohibited are out of luck at three casinos in the state, although others are allowing them. Comment?
Ohio native Charles Richter's scale for measuring the power of earthquakes isn't as widely cited as before, but he has fans determined to make sure his name and legacy don't fade away. Comment?
James Harrison is bringing a healed body and his old No. 92 with him down the Ohio River. Comment?
Authorities say a driver lost control of the garbage truck he was operating and plowed into a home in southwest Ohio, temporarily trapping a woman inside the residence. Comment?
A community event honored a southwest Ohio woman whose body was found in Indiana 20 months after she went missing. Comment?
Opponents of a controversial parking plan that would help balance Cincinnati's budget by privatizing parking have gotten enough signatures to force a public vote on the issue in November, setting the stage for a fierce campaign over the next six months. Comment?
Santa Ono was named president last October by the board of trustees. His investiture was Friday on campus. Comment?
Opponents of a plan by Cincinnati officials to lease out city parking have enough signatures to put it to a November vote. Comment?
The Ohio Supreme Court says a former lawmaker who lied about a drunken-driving arrest should get a more serious penalty than just a public sanction. Comment?
Santa Ono was named president last October by the board of trustees. His investiture will be Friday morning on campus. Comment?
A southwest Ohio nun who cast a ballot on behalf of a nun who died before last year's presidential election has pleaded guilty to an illegal voting charge. Comment?
A Cincinnati city councilman says he is giving up his seat and will run for the Ohio Senate in 2014. Comment?
The southern Ohio home county of late baseball executive Branch Rickey expects increased interest from his depiction in the movie "42" as the baseball executive who signed Jackie Robinson to break the color line. Comment?