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Analysis: Without A.J. Green, there's not enough for Cincinnati Bengals to overcome defense
Marvin Lewis and Hue Jackson were the story of the week. How would this work? What would they do? How much impact can two coaches have?
3 Cincinnati Area Foreclosures Selling For Cheap
CINCINNATI, OH — Do you feel like reasonably priced homes are pretty difficult to find in your community? . A tour of the most recently foreclosed properties in the Cincinnati area could be a great starting point!
Two North College Hill businesses busted for making, selling heroin, police say
NORTH COLLEGE HILL, Ohio - Two North College Hill businesses are busted - accused of making and selling heroin, according to police. Police said they found large amounts of the drug inside Pure Quality Media Center and a candy store next to it at 1833 West Galbraith Road during a search Friday. Poli
Cincinnati weather: Wet Monday, clear skies for Thanksgiving
"However, all signs point to partly to mostly cloudy skies -- so it does appear for now that sunshine will make a return to the area for Thanksgiving," forecasters said.
Over-the-Rhine Senior Center, a 30-year haven for local seniors, can't afford to stay open
CINCINNATI -- The Over-the-Rhine Senior Center helped Deidre Stillwell find healing and community at a time she thought there was none left, she said last week. "It's a blessing coming here," she said. "My husband died and I was just lost, and now I have another family." Without outside help, howev
Officials raid businesses in College Hill in connection with county-wide sting
COLLEGE HILL, OH (FOX19) - Local businesses were raided by SWAT and drug task forces in connection with a county-wide drug sting operation on Friday, according to a Facebook post made by the North College Hill Police Department.
What's an Oggo? One more transportation option in Cincinnati.
Oggo cars have been out and about as part of a soft-launch testing period, but starting Monday, service kicks in for the general public.
Man Shot in Winton Woods
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A man was taken to the hospital early Sunday morning after a shooting in Winton Woods.Police say he was shot in the leg around 4 a.m. on Holland drive.It is unclear what his condition is and what lead up to the shooting.Police say they do not have any witnesses or suspects a
Man with knife, bottle arrested in Union Township
The man, Joseph A. Cash, 50, claims he was barricaded and did not open the door when police arrived.
Bengals can't stop 100-yard rookie rushers Lamar Jackson, Gus Edwards in 24-21 loss to Ravens
BALTIMORE - The Bengals' new defensive coordinator was helpless to prevent a rookie quarterback and a rookie running back from rushing for more than 100 yards apiece and leading the Ravens to a 24-21 victory Sunday. Not even head coach Marvin Lewis, who took over the defense when coordinator Teryl A
Takeaways from Cincinnati Bearcats' 35-13 loss at UCF
"We've still got a little ways to go," Fickell said. "I felt it tonight. I'm not saying we couldn't win. I'm not saying that we don't have it, but I still believe we've got a ways to go. I'm not gonna lie to our guys. I want them to know that this is what we've got to shoot for."
Rain, snow mix possible Sunday night
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The cloud cover will build as we head into the afternoon Sunday.Daytime highs remain colder than average only reaching the upper 40s.An area of low pressure will deliver the chance of a rain and snow mix tonight into Monday. Showers are in the forecast through the afternoon.
5 New Homes For Sale In The Cincinnati Area
CINCINNATI, OH — Looking for a new house nearby, but tired of seeing the same old property listings every time you search online? Fear not! To save you some time, we here at Patch have compiled the latest batch of new listings nearby.
Black Cincinnati police lieutenant accuses white officers of 'racist, hostile' behavior
Attorneys for Cincinnati police Lt. Danita Pettis, a District 3 commander, filed a 10-page response to the lawsuit this week in federal court in Cincinnati.
Some in Greater Cincinnati still living by candlelight days after ice storm
That's how Jennifer Scheben described the 48 hours her family spent without electricity in the wake of Wednesday's overnight ice storm, which turned roads to glass, brought down tree branches weighted with ice and toppled power lines across Greater Cincinnati.
Nick Cannon is Bringing 'Wild 'N Out' to Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena Right Before Christmas
The press release says that the live show "will feature stand up performances by fan favoriteWild 'N Outcast members, live interaction with the audience as they participate inWild 'N Out's most popular game segments with Nick and cast, and a live music performance from today's most popular hip-hop s
Cincinnati Bengals injury report: Mixon, Dennard cleared, 3 questionable, Green doubtful
Also, running back Joe Mixon, who popped up with a knee injury limiting him during Thursday’s practice, was a full participant and will play against the Ravens.
Report: Cincinnati among worst cities for bed bugs
CINCINNATI (WBFF/WKRC) - Cleveland was once again ranked number one on this year's "50 Bed Bug Cities" list, Terminix announced on Thursday. Philadelphia came in second, followed by Los Angeles and Indianapolis. Cincinnati was number five, down three spots from a year ago. The pest control company s
Live updates: Cincinnati Bearcats vs. UCF Knights from Orlando
UC (9-1, 5-1 AAC East) was to face UCF (9-0, 6-0 AAC) in a game with AAC East title implications. If Cincinnati wins, then Temple (6-1 AAC East) also would still be alive for the AAC East title with one game left. A UCF win Saturday clinches the division for the Knights.
Cincinnati Zoo PNC Festival of Lights is back with more ticket deals
Prices for traditionally lower-traffic nights, such as Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, will be as much as half the cost of those purchased for the most popular nights.