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Mansion Hill Bridal to open boutique in restored historic building in Newport’s East Row district

Mansion Hill Bridal will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a brand new bridal boutique in Newport on Friday. The boutique is located in a 124-year-old building in the East Row Historic District at 402 Overton Street.


Cincinnati police searching for burglary suspect

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati Police are looking for the public's help in locating Gregory Schermbeck, 30, in connection with a burglary. According to online court records, he's wanted for an alleged burglary and allegedly receiving stolen property. He's accused of selling 29 stolen guitars, then returnin


Reduced tax refunds surprising some filers

For the first time, taxpayers this year are filing under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — and initial data shows the number of refunds and the average amount is down from last year.


The River: Lament of week — ‘flood waters are coming, flood waters are coming, find higher ground

…and “Harry. Keep an eye on that river and be careful.” But always the experienced riverman, Harry carefully replied:. “I am. Keep in mind I’m 3/4 of the way to the dam and should only get 1/4 of the Cincy rise. It’s at 51.3 feet with 5’ to go. I hope that equates to a foot or two rise here. I sure


Bengals running back arrested in Florida

MIAMI — Cincinnati Bengals running back Mark Walton is facing a battery charge after police say he got into an argument with a couple in Miami. The Miami Herald reports the 21-year-old Walton posted bond and was released from Miami-Dade County jail.


Court documents detail investigations into southern Ohio militia members

CINCINNATI — More information about two members of a regional militia were disclosed following a detention hearing this week in U.S. District Court in Cincinnati. A federal grand jury indicted Ryan D. King, 37, of Franklin, and Randy D. Goodman, 53, of Ripley, on charges of possessing unregistered e


This Country Store Near Cincinnati Has Pizza And Hoagies That Are So Worth The Drive

While many people who live in the Cincinnati area live within the city limits, there are plenty who call the Queen City home and live on the outskirts. Since just about everyone travels around the Tristate for different attractions, restaurants, and other destinations, we love to feature remote plac


Circus Mojo kicking off celebration for ‘Wunderbar Together;’ join in Monday at 6 p.m. at Ludlow Theater

 For eight years Circus Mojo has partnered with the IJGD, a voluntary youth service program in Germany that has been sending talented young adults to Ludlow to aid in community development via circus. Kerstin Thürnau, a member of the IJGD management team will be speaking prior to the circus show.


It might be 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile' on screen, but it gave NKY a real boost

The year is 1977. Murder suspect Ted Bundy peels around a corner on foot, having just escaped Garfield County Jail in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Mountains loom in the distance.


House burns after robot vacuum catches fire

FORT THOMAS, Kentucky (WLWT) - A homeowner is encouraging people to check their smoke detectors after she says they saved her life. Price told WLWT she was in the shower when she heard a smoke alarm go off. She thought it was just her robot vacuum getting stuck. But the alarms were her smoke detecto


Beavercreek woman dies after tree falls on her car while driving in Cincinnati

CINCINNATI — UPDATE Feb. 16 @ 8:06 a.m.: Ellen Grieshop, 52, of Beavercreek, has died after a tree fell onto her car while driving in Cincinnati earlier this month. First responders used the “jaws of life” to extract Grieshop from her vehicle and rushed her to University of Cincinnati Medical Center


3 New Foreclosed Homes In The Cincinnati Area

CINCINNATI, OH — Are you searching for a new house, but don't want to break the bank? No harm in checking out the foreclosures on the market. You could very well find the perfect fit for you!


Kentucky's Concealed Carry Bill Allows People To Carry Weapons Without Training Or Permits

On the one year anniversary of one of America's deadliest school shooting, state lawmakers in Kentucky advanced a bill that would legalize permitless carry. The bill, which passed the Kentucky state Senate 29-8 on Thursday, would allow those legally able to possess a gun to carry a concealed weapon


Children’s Hospital no longer using cats in medical course after PETA complains

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center will no longer use live cats to teach doctors how to insert breathing tubes into bodies, following a complaint made by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.

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Hear Cincinnati: Moeller head football coach Doug Rosfeld and his new position with the Bengals

This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz is joined by community reporter Lucy May, podcaster Scott Kyser and senior manager of enterprise/editorial Meghan Wesley to discuss a local nonprofit raising their minimum wage, Reds' spring training, an major update on the driver who fatally struck Col


Wintry Mix to Rain on Sunday

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -A FLOOD WARNING is in effect for along the Ohio River at Cincinnati until tomorrow morning. The river will fall below flood stage overnight tonight. Low pressure moves in for Sunday. A mix of precipitation is expected during the morning, changing to rain during the afternoon.

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Cocaine, methamphetamine shipped to Cincinnati in unusual packages

CINCINNATI — Customs and Border Protection inspectors in January found plastic capsules of methamphetamine hidden inside candy and a hollow tombstone packed with cocaine, according to a news released from the agency.


Mystery surrounds rose found on woman’s car in Target parking lot

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - On Valentine’s Day, a woman found a fake short-stem red rose on her vehicle in a Target parking lot in Western Hills. She felt she was being followed, so she went to an area business for help. A man at that business took to Facebook -- and spoke with FOX19 -- about what he s

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Local retailer will soon open its third location in Butler County

A local running retailer “committed to inspiring and empowering the runner in everyone” plans to open a third location this spring in Butler County. Fleet Feet Cincinnati is set to open at 7661 Voice of America Drive in West Chester Twp.’s Voice of America Centre shopping plaza, according to co-owne


Ohio prosecutor: no charges in police officer's death

CINCINNATI (AP) — The driver of a pickup truck that struck a police officer who died won't face charges, a prosecutor said Friday. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said "after a ... very complete, thorough investigation," he decided against filing charges in the death of veteran Colerain Townsh