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Police shoot, kill man who fatally stabbed woman in Fairfield
Officers arriving at the scene forced their way in, finding a man stabbing a woman in an upstairs bathroom, officials said.
Abandoned Hamilton paper mill to get an economy-revitalizing $150 million makeover
HAMILTON, Ohio -- Champion Paper Mill, a cavernous building populated now mostly by empty paint cans and broken glass, could be the site of a $150 million opportunity for the city of Hamilton.
Officers respond to shooting, stabbing in Fairfield
Police are investigating a shooting and stabbing in Fairfield, Ohio, Friday morning.
Hamilton answers demand for more downtown parking
Among companies that recently moved in were the Kirsch CPA Group LLC law firm, now occupying part of the former Fifth Third building at 2 S. Third St., with others expected to follow in coming months.
Cincinnati man guilty in jail drug smuggling ring that led to inmate's death
Johnny Shelton, 41, is guilty of conspiracy to distribute carfentanil resulting in death, the Department of Justice announced Friday.
Hamilton crime: Baby abandoned in car when man flees traffic stop
The driver was identified by police, and charges are in the process of being signed, according to Hamilton Police Sgt. Brian Robinson.
Cincinnati-filmed Bruce Willis flick 'Reprisal' releases first trailer
Lionsgate Movies released its first trailer for the movie "Reprisal," which filmed in Cincinnati last summer. In the film Willis plays James, a veteran and neighbor of Jacob, a man traumatized after a violent bank robbery takes place where he works.
Middletown hosts first-ever gay pride event
"Downtown Middletown has actually changed Middletown itself. If you look around, we have all of the small businesses that are creating so much revenue and bringing more back to this town," Rebecca Hollon said. "I'm not gay. I have three children. One of them is bisexual. I have a nephew who is trans
Cincinnati Police Department releases body cam video after police called on homeless man in restaurant
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) –Was it racist when staff at a local restaurant asked Cincinnati police to have a black homeless man removed? A customer offended by the interaction recently took to social media to shame the staff.
I-Team: What nearly 50,000 eviction filings in four years have done to Hamilton County
“That was the hardest thing I ever had to go through, not being with my kids every day,” Smith said through tears. “It was really hard for me to deal with my kids just missing me and me missing them.”
24-hour parking in Northside: Hamilton Ave. pilot over but some want it to continue
Prior to May 12, parking along Hamilton Avenue was restricted during the morning and afternoon rush hours, allowing for two lanes of travel inbound toward Uptown and Downtown in the mornings, and two lanes back out to the more residential neighborhoods in the afternoons.
3 headlines: Detective McClane on Roebling, selfies, Hamilton County aka Benjamin Button
Jan. 1, 2017 marks the 150th anniversary of the John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge. Once a controversial idea, the bridge is now a beloved icon on both sides of the Ohio River.The Enquirer/Meg Vogel & Carol Motsinger
Cincinnati's last white tiger has been euthanized, zoo officials say
Popsy, the remaining white tiger at the Cincinnati Zoo, was euthanized Thursday due to age-related issues, zoo officials said.
Slippery Suspect In Jail After Hiding Heroin Beneath Cop Car
A Dearborn County Sheriff’s deputy responded to a report of a drug transaction on South State Street in the area of Mill Street in West Harrison on February 5, according to a court affidavit. The deputy encountered Fenker, 44, who was wearing clothing matching the description given.
Police: Missing Cincinnati girl, 13, last seen on June 14
CINCINNATI —A 13-year-old girl is missing, Cincinnati police said Thursday.Karissa Hammonds was last seen around 10 p.m. June 14, officials said. She has not been seen by her family since.AdvertisementInvestigators said Karissa is believed to be a runaway. Family members tell police she left on foot
Where you can get a free milkshake TODAY in Butler County
BUTLER COUNTY —Wayback Burgers restaurants nationwide, including one near Interstate 75 in Butler and Greene counties, are giving away free milkshakes today, June 21, to celebrate the first day of summer.The free, 12 ounce Black-and-White Milkshakes, made with vanilla ice cream, milk and a blend of
Police ID man killed in Camp Washington shooting
Victor Hines II, died from a gunshot wound near the 1100 block of Alfred Street at about 8:41 p.m., Cincinnati police said.
Police will swarm Hamilton High School today. Here’s why there’s no need to panic.
HAMILTON —Police, fire and EMS units will be at Hamilton High School today as part of a training drill, according to school district officials.
Hamilton County's getting 'younger' as it draws more millennials
Hamilton County added more than 12,000 people in the 25-44 age group from 2010 to 2017, an Enquirer analysis of Census Bureau estimates released Thursday shows. (To visualize how big a group of 12,000 people is, that's roughly the population of Blue Ash.)
Overturned semi closes southbound Interstate 75
CINCINNATI -- A jackknifed semi blocked the right lanes of southbound Interstate 75 at Galbraith Road early Thursday morning, according to dispatchers.The interstate was closed from about 5:30 a.m. to 6 a.m. No one was injured.Drivers coming from the West Chester area should take eastbound I-275 to