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Suspect in 30-hour hostage standoff made incriminating statement, detective testified

HAMILTON, Ohio -- More details unfolded during a pre-trial hearing Wednesday for the man police say held a child hostage for 30 hours in a Liberty Township apartment over the weekend. For one, the mother of the 10-year-old held hostage in the standoff was pistol whipped, according to Det. Joe Nerlin

WCPO - 2018-01-17 20:58:59

Syphilis in Cincinnati: Infections rising again as Hamilton County warns on social media

Who gets syphilis in Cincinnati? Young black men who have sex with men. And the risk is increasing. Hamilton County Public Health has launched a new social-media campaign with fresh warnings about the sexually transmitted disease. Free testing is available at the department's clinical services/tuber

CINCINNATI.COM - 2018-01-16 22:11:19

Standoff suspect served 4 years for firing gun into a crowd of 30

LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- A 31-year-old Cincinnati man facing multiple felony charges from a 30-hour standoff at a Liberty Twp. apartment complex last weekend has been involved with the court system before, the Journal-News reported. Donald T. Gazaway, 31, of the 1600 block of Cedar Avenue, was let

WCPO - 2018-01-17 17:23:08

High bond for man accused of holding boy hostage for 30 hours in Liberty Township

Man suspected of taking a boy hostage and firing at law enforcement answered to charges by video arraignment in Butler County (WKRC) BUTLER COUNTY, Ohio (WKRC) - The man accused of holding a boy hostage and using him as a shield when he fired on deputies, appeared in court. Donald Gazaway was arraig

WKRC - 2018-01-16 12:41:22

Cincinnati Public Schools has plan in place to help ECOT students

The Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, Ohio's biggest online school, is in danger of closing after running into financial and charter problems with the Ohio Department of Education. This has left parents wondering about the future of their children if or when that happens. Cincinnati Public Schools a

WLWT 5 - 2018-01-17 21:06:00

Firefighters rescue dog from icy Miami Whitewater pond

HARRISON, Ohio (WKRC) - Firefighters rescued a dog in danger Tuesday when it fell into an icy pond. Harrison Firefighters rescued Lester at the Parks of Whitewater and the department posted photos to its Facebook page. Lester and his owner were taken to the Harrison Animal Hospital by Harrison PD. L

WKRC - 2018-01-17 13:50:52

Problem potholes? These city roads are a graveyard for hubcaps

The burst of winter weather brought a blow that can be heard by drivers on the west side. "There's going to be a major accident. That's just going to keep getting deeper and deeper. It's scary standing right here that someone doesn't and hit us while we're here, so it definitely needs to be addresse

WLWT 5 - 2018-01-17 19:29:00

Brian Regan: Ohio's weather is so strange

During his new Netflix standup special, Brian Regan balances out hilarious deep dives into life's conundrums (such as the scoring system in tennis) and life's annoyances (such as Disneyland line cutters) with some recollections about his dad that, in hindsight, leave the viewer with a bittersweet fe

CINCINNATI.COM - 2018-01-17 22:20:09

New American restaurant Perennial opens in Garden City

House-cured bacon, a beet cocktail, local monkfish and radish-top pesto all make appearances inside a sleek new American restaurant in Garden City. Chef Peter Mistretta has opened Perennial on Franklin Avenue after nearly a year of planning and build out. An alum of one of Manhattan's most celebrat

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 13:00:00

Forest Hills Jewish Center looks to reconstruct to give congregants a 'beautiful new facility'

Rumors have been swirling about the future of the Forest Hills Jewish Center (FHJC), but according to Executive Director Deborah Gregor, the center is embarking on a plan to upgrade the outdated building. In addition to holding religious services, the center at 106-06 Queens Blvd. also houses a nurs

QNS.COM - 2018-01-17 18:40:19

Casa de Spin Painting Parlor opens in Massapequa

Here's another "spin" on spots where you can create instant art without having to be gifted with a paintbrush - the Casa de Spin Painting Parlor in Massapequa. Canvasses stand on easels - you grab one, bring it to one of 10 paint spinning machines and place it inside. The canvas turns quickly, and y

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 14:06:36

Idiot impaled through groin sparks bloody brawl between friends

A man partying in Harlem early Monday plunged from a second-floor window and was impaled through his groin on a wrought-iron fence - sparking a bloody fight between his friends, authorities and witnesses said. Eliseo Alvarado-Gonzalez, 27, had been drinking beer in an apartment on West 135th Street


North Bellmore Subway robbed at gunpoint

Police are searching for a man who allegedly robbed a Subway restaurant in North Bellmore at gunpoint on Monday night. According to Nassau County police, at 9:15 p.m., a male suspect entered the building, displayed a handgun and demanded that an employee give him cash. The suspect also stole a gold


NYS comptroller: School tax cap for 2018-19 to be 2%

The state's cap is up from 1.26% for the current year and will be the highest since the baseline for 2013-14. State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli speaking at Jericho High School on Jan. 9, 2018. Photo Credit: Johnny Milano New York State's baseline cap on growth in local school taxes for 2018-19

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 18:32:43

Dutch settlers left their mark

In late September, the members of the Brookville Reformed Church gathered to celebrate the church's anniversary and to dig deep into the congregation's past. Inside a safe were the original records of the church, founded in 1732, and written in a language once heard all over western Long Island -- D

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 14:28:56

End protections for sexual predators

State Senate should extend statute of limitations for those abused as children. Kathryn Robb and other advocates protest in December outside the Mineola district office of State Sen. Elaine Phillips to help get a bill passed in Albany that would temporarily lift the statute of limitations in child

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 11:04:00

Police still investigating baby's death

LUDLOW, Vt. - The baby who died unexpectedly in Ludlow last week has been identified. Police have identified the boy as 11-month-old Karsen Rickert. His parents are Abigail Wood and Nicholas Rickert. Emergency crews responded to a call of an unresponsive baby on January 11. Karsen later died at

MYCHAMPLAINVALLEY.COM - 2018-01-17 01:52:29

Suspicious fire destroys backcountry log cabin

Provided photo This photo shows the 1,800-square-foot cabin inChittenden that burned under suspicious circumstances Tuesday night. The cabin belonged to the Montpelier-based Trust for Public Land. CHITTENDEN - Vermont State Police are investigating a suspicious fire that destroyed a ridgeline log ca

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-01-17 20:19:52

Police release identity of baby found dead in Ludlow

LUDLOW, Vt. (WCAX) We now know the identity of the baby who was found dead last week in Ludlow. Police say 11-month-old Karsen Rickert was found unresponsive at the home his mother shares with her boyfriend. It happened last Thursday. The baby was rushed to the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center whe

WCAX - 2018-01-17 00:24:00

Lebanon orders ban on Spielberg's 'The Post'

BEIRUT - Lebanon's authorities have ordered a ban on the movie "The Post" because of director Stephen Spielberg's associations with Israel, amid an intensifying climate of censorship in what has historically been one of the Arab world's freest countries. The Censorship Committee of the General Secur

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2018-01-16 12:29:00