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Downtown Covington WiFi Project to Be Featured in Fortune Cover Ad
As the name implies, a cover wrap is a separate cover on top of the magazine designed to mimic Fortune's typical look but featuring instead a paid ad for a company or an initiative. Counting the inside of the cover, the back cover, and the inside of the back, that's four pages of advertising for Bel
Northern Kentucky woman faces OVI charge in crash with school bus
A Northern Kentucky woman faces several charges, including OVI, in connection to a crash with a school bus Wednesday morning.
Homeless camp must leave private lot in OTR, prosecutor says
Homeless camps have already been booted off of several pieces of public land Downtown, at The Banks and in Walnut Hills. The park being used as a camp now is owned by Over-the-Rhine Community Housing. Housing director Andy Hutzel previously told WCPO that theyhad not asked permission, but they would
TIMELINE: Soaking rains Thursday, storms possible late
Soaking rains move in during the overnight hours, and standing water is possible by morning in poor drainage or flood-prone areas, WLWT meteorologist Kevin Robinson said.
Police: Child found wandering alone in Symmes Township
SYMMES, Ohio —Police are asking for information after a child was found wandering alone in Symmes Township.Officers found the child around 2:20 a.m. at the intersection of Montgomery Road and Mason-Montgomery Road.AdvertisementPolice said the child is around 3 years old and was unable to provide off
Captured: Semi driver who crashed Campbell County police car in custody
"Due to the ongoing and fast pace of this investigation, we have decided not to release specific details of this case at this time," said an additional statement on the department's Facebook page. "We anticipate providing more information in the coming days. We did however, feel it important to make
School officials: 2 injured after car collides with school bus in Kenton County
ERLANGER, Ky. —Two people are injured after a car collided with a school bus Wednesday, Kenton County School District officials said.Police said the driver of the school bus sustained minor injuries and was not taken to the hospital.AdvertisementThe driver of the other car appeared to be at fault fo
Dramatic testimony Wednesday in murder trial of Shayna Hubers
"When I go to the shooting range with Ryan tonight, I want to turn around, shoot and kill him and pretend it's an accident," Dr. Christy Olyer read from a court document containing the message she received from Hubers in early October 2012.
'I gave him his nose job:' Jury watches Shayna Hubers' police interview in first day of retrial
NEWPORT, Ky. -- Was it murder, or self-protection? It will be up to jurors to answer that question again as Shayna Hubers' retrial in the 2012 shooting death of Ryan Poston got underway Tuesday.
Mike Pence 'greatest vice president since John Adams,' Ohio congressman Steve Chabot says
An Ohio congressman Tuesday declared Mike Pence "the greatest vice president of the United States, well, since John Adams."
Is being homeless illegal? Ohio court rulings raise the question
CINCINNATI, Ohio - A court fight last week over homeless camps in and around this city's downtown raised a question that could take years to answer. Can a community make it illegal to be homeless? The debate arose in Cincinnati, as it has this year in cities like Los Angeles, Seattle and Nashville,
Cincinnati Police: 8-month-old hit multiple times and dropped on the head
CINCINNATI -- An 8-month-old boy died on Tuesday after a guardian allegedly hit the infant in the head multiple times and dropped him on the head, according to the Cincinnati Police Department.The infant, Ethan Moore, died at 9:10 a.m. in the intensive care unit at the hospital. According to the Ham
Residential, Business Projects in Covington, Ludlow Win Funds
Duke Energy announced this year's recipients of its annual Urban Revitalization grants, and the recipients include two downtown Covington buildings that were previously slated to be part of Gateway Community & Technical College's urban metro campus, but will now be used in other fashions.
Rush hour crash killed 21-year-old motorcycle driver
CINCINNATI -- The crash that shut down rush hour traffic on Columbia Parkway Tuesday afternoon claimed the life of a 21-year-old motorcycle driver, according to a news release from Cincinnati police.Police said Jordan Alexander, who was driving her Suzuki eastbound on Columbia Parkway, crashed into
Norwood Police: Drug dealer's vehicle contained multiple weapons, bags of meth, heroin
When the responding officer approached the vehicle to investigate, he noticed an uncapped syringe in the vehicle in plain view. While the officer was talking to the occupants, the person sitting on the passenger's side told the officer that there was a loaded firearm in the glove box.
Optimism meets skepticism over proposed Clermont County FC Cincinnati practice facility
This is a huge opportunity for Clermont County, Chip Hart of Hart Productions told the Board of Clermont County Commissioners during a special Aug. 14 meeting. It's one that won't come along again anytime in the future, he said.
Police shoot, kill 'aggressive' dog at Eden Park
CINCINNATI —Cincinnati police said they were forced to shoot and kill what they called an "aggressive" dog at Eden Park Monday evening.It happened around 6:15 p.m. near the upper overlook.AdvertisementAccording to police, the dog was not leashed and attacked another dog that was with its owner.Offic
Coroner asks public's help identifying body found off I-275
The body was discovered down a hill from where the workers were, investigators said, when one worker looked over the guardrail.
Cincinnati Art Museum's just-closed 'Terracotta Army' exhibit breaks records
The Cincinnati Art Museum's just-concludedTerracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of Chinaexhibit was a record breaker. The museum released numbers today that show about 140,000 visitors came to the museum from April 20-August 12, when the exhibit from China was on display. Of those visitors, 9
Can being homeless be illegal? Cincinnati court rulings raise the question.
The debate arose in Cincinnati, as it has this year in cities likeLos Angeles,SeattleandNashville, after dozens of homeless people set up camp near the heart of the city. It started here on Third Street, just blocks from office buildings, the Bengals’ stadium and a major freeway.