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Large police presence after person shot in Lincoln Heights
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Police are investigating after a person was shot in the 1200 block of Dixie Court near Smith Court in Lincoln Heights. Police received the call at around 9 p.m.
Police: Teen in critical condition after being struck by car
CINCINNATI — Cincinnati police say a 16-year-old male is in critical condition at the hospital after he was hit by a car in Westwood on Saturday afternoon. Police were called to the scene just after 3 p.m. in the 3100 block of Harrison Avenue.
Cincinnati man sentenced to 7 years for selling opioids in Northern Kentucky
COVINGTON, Ky. — A federal judge sentenced a Cincinnati man to seven years in prison Thursday for selling opioids. Dante Martin, 37, previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute heroin, fentanyl and acetyl fentnanyl, the U.S. Attorney's Office for th
Cincinnati park will honor teen who died trapped in van
CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) - A new pavilion at a Cincinnati park will be named in honor of a 16-year-old boy who died while trapped in a minivan parked near his school last April. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports park commissioners decided to name the Kyle Plush Pavilion in Stanbery Park to honor years of
Inside the effort to ensure women, minorities get a piece of $1 billion Cincinnati construction boom
CINCINNATI — When Andrew Haynes was a little boy, he discovered a passion for drawing. "As a kid, I would draw all the time," Haynes said. Like most kids, he also enjoyed video games. One in particular dealt with building skyscrapers. "I just had a big interest in buildings and how they're construct
MUGSHOTS: US Marshals announce this week's most-wanted fugitives in central Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The United States Marshals Service has announced a new list of top-wanted fugitives in central Ohio. These four individuals are wanted on various charges, including violating the terms of pre-trial release, violating parole, rape, and violating probation. Anyone with informat
28 of Cincinnati’s Most Delicious Hole-in-the-Wall Restaurants
Cincinnati is home to hundreds of different restaurants, ranging from upscale steakhouses to mobile food trucks. We have a diverse variety of options for every kind of food mood. But we all know and appreciate the special charm that comes from a small, no-frills establishment. Sometimes family-owned
Ohio man charged with assault after catching alleged child molester in the act
EASTLAKE, Ohio (WTHR) - An Ohio man is facing felony assault charges for allegedly attacking a teenager he caught molesting a young boy. According to WKYC-TV, police were called to a home near Cleveland Thursday for a report of an assault. Police arrested 20-year-old Richard Adams for felonious assa
Ohio governor to lawmakers: higher gas tax can 'save lives'
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is trying to put pressure on lawmakers to back his proposed gas tax increase by saying his plan can “save lives.”. The Republican governor says his proposed 18-cent per gallon hike is the bare minimum for needed repairs to dangerous roads, intersections an
2nd person dies nearly month after multi-vehicle crash on Cincinnati’s west side
CINCINNATI — A second person has died nearly a month after a multi-vehicle crash on Cincinnati’s west side, the Hamilton County coroner said Friday morning. Kevin Fritsch, 61, was pronounced dead Thursday at University of Cincinnati Medical Center, nearly a month after a massive crash on Rover Road
American soldier killed in Afghanistan was Ohio native
KABUL, Afghanistan - One of the two American service members who were killed during an operation in Afghanistan on Friday was an Ohio native. 10TV confirmed with family Saturday morning that Joseph Collette was in the army as an SPC ranked "specialist" at Dover AFB in Delaware. Collette served as an
Covington Neighborhoods Eligible for $60,000 in City Grants
Got an idea to make your neighborhood a better place to live?. Covington is offering the opportunity to make your idea a reality through a neighborhood grant Program. The Covington Commission recently set aside $60,000 and tasked the neighborhood services department to create guidelines for the gran
State department hiring for hundreds of positions to work throughout Ohio
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Parks and Watercraft is looking to hire. Across Ohio, it employs more than 700 permanent full- and part-time staff and hires more than 700 seasonal staff each year, according to Lori Jennings, assistant park manager for ODNR’s Division of Parks an
New signs pop up in Cincinnati neighborhoods to monitor speed
CINCINNATI — If you've noticed digital speedometers popping up in neighborhoods around the city, you're not alone. There are 19 of these around Cincinnati and four new ones were placed on Liberty Street and Dorchester Avenue in the last two weeks.
14 Cincinnati police veterans get promoted
CINCINNATI — Fourteen Cincinnati police officers took the next step in their careers during a promotion ceremony at City Hall. Three new captains, five lieutenants and seven sergeants were sworn in by Police Chief Eliot Isaac.
Could Walnut Hills have a grocery store as early as this year?
CINCINNATI — For two years, Walnut Hills has been a food desert. "At the time that I was hired, Kroger announced that they were leaving," said Gary Dangel, who is the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation's food access coordinator. Kroger's closure of the Walnut Hills store in 2017 created a major g
Human Trafficking Operation busted near Ohio Valley
According to our news partner KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, a human trafficking operation near the Ohio Valley has been busted. The Pennsylvania State Police say four people have been arrested and arraigned in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties. One other person is also being charged but did not appear in
Ex-Bengals CB Adam Jones reaches plea in casino case
RISING SUN, Ind. — Former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones is headed back to jail. He's reached a plea agreement with prosecutors following his arrest last month at a southeast Indiana casino.
Scooter Gennett to miss 8-12 weeks with groin injury
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Reds All-Star second baseman Scooter Gennett will miss a significant portion of the season with a groin injury. Gennett suffered a strained groin in the Reds’ spring training game Friday in Arizona. The team announced he is expected to miss the next eight-to-twelve weeks to
Butterflies of Ecuador celebrates 24th year in Eden Park
CINCINNATI — The excitement and delight have been contagious as the 24th annual Krohn Conservatory Butterfly Show takes flight on open wings. Bob Jablonski has taken joy in watching the younger members of his family delight at the butterflies landing on open hands and shoulders.