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Student arrested, charged after reported threat at Hamilton High School
HAMILTON — Police have arrested and charged a student in connection to a threat made on social media regarding Hamilton High School on Wednesday. OTHER LOCAL NEWS: Warren County 4th grader dies after flu-related diagnosis, school district says.
3 Butler Co. men charged in conspiracy to ship stolen baby formula
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Three Butler County men have been arrested and charged in a conspiracy to ship stolen baby formula and other goods, according to U.S. Attorney Benjamin Glassman.
Elyria School Board reveals new Hamilton school plans
Renderings of the architectural design for Elyria Schools' new Hamilton Elementary School were unveiled Feb. 20 during a school board meeting. All construction phases for the preschool through fourth-grade building also were approved that night.
Four drivers stranded after pumping bad gas in Butler County
The Butler County auditor is sounding off about the lack of proper fuel testing again after at least four drivers were stranded due to alleged faulty fuel at a Madison Twp. gas station.
Ohio girl passes away one day after she was diagnosed with strep throat, flu
MASON, Ohio — A Warren County fourth grader passed away after being diagnosed with with strep throat and influenza. According to Mason City Schools, Sable Gibson was diagnosed with strep throat and influenza on Tuesday morning, which led to cardiac arrest that afternoon.
Man sues Fairfield judge, Butler County sheriff claiming violation of Constitutional rights
BUTLER COUNTY — A Butler County man has filed a lawsuit against a municipal court judge and the county’s sheriff alleging his constitutional rights were violated after his arrest after a traffic stop.
Man Arrested in Ohio who was Planning Massive Attack on Detroit
YOUNGSTOWN, OH – A 28-year-old man, who allegedly was planning a massive shooting in Detroit, was arrested in Ohio before he could carry out his intended actions. Cameron White, 28-years-old, was arrested Wednesday, February 20th, 2019, by members of the U.S. Marshals Northern Ohio Violent Fugitive
Hamilton looks back on school building boom for anniversary
This year marks the decade anniversary of Hamilton schools opening a record four new elementary buildings. “I can’t believe it has been 10 years since we opened four new buildings,” said former Hamilton schools principal and now Director of Human Resources Chad Konkle. — “The magnitude of this build
Employees at Ohio convenience store paid people to steal baby formula so they could resell it, police say
CINCINNATI (Meredith/WCPO) -- Employees at an Ohio convenience store paid people to steal baby formula so they could ship it across the country and resell it, federal authorities said.
Middletown woman ruled incompetent for trial in murder-for-hire case
BUTLER COUNTY — A Middletown woman charged with plotting to kill an acquaintance has been declared incompetent to stand trial. Jody Back, 49, of the 800 block of Fifth Avenue, was in Butler County Common Pleas Court on Thursday as Judge Greg Stephens considered the results of three court-ordered psy
Hamilton couple launches another big project: Restoring Lindenwald mansion
HAMILTON — One of Hamilton’s most active couples when it comes to improving their surroundings, Troy and Kathy Schwable have launched another project: Restoring the house that some call the Lindenwald Mansion.
VIDEO: Father says daughter suspended for fight she didn’t start
MIDDLETOWN, OH (FOX19) - A Middletown father is angry because he says his daughter was suspended after a school fight she didn’t start. The fight was all caught on camera. The father said from the video it is clear his daughter was only defending herself. He goes on to say he thinks the school has a
Why is the city of Hamilton named for Alexander Hamilton?
HAMILTON — With “Hamilton,” one of the hottest musicals on Broadway, opening this week at the Aronoff Center for the Arts in Cincinnati, we’ve heard from some people who wonder: Why is Hamilton named for Alexander Hamilton?
Ohio Supreme Court declines to hear Carlisle buried baby case
WARREN COUNTY — The Ohio Supreme Court will not hear the appeal filed by the defense team of the Carlisle teen accused of killing her newborn baby girl and burying it in the backyard of her parents’ house in May 2017.
Another company cutting jobs ahead of Ohio GM plant closing
LORDSTOWN, Ohio — More job losses are coming as part of the shutdown of a General Motors plant in Ohio that makes the Chevrolet Cruze. A company that supplies janitors and other cleaning services for the GM plant in Lordstown says it will lay off 73 workers next month.
Report: Person of interest in Highland County homicide arrested in Dayton
DAYTON — UPDATE @ 10 p.m.:. A 40-year-old man described as a person of interest in a homicide earlier this week was arrested tonight in Dayton, the Wilmington News Journal reported. James E. Carver, of Clinton County, was arrested around 7 p.m. at a Dayton residence, Highland County Prosecutor Annek
Prison corrections officer facing drug charges was arrested before
WARREN COUNTY — A prison corrections officer charged with multiple felonies after allegedly conspiring to take drugs into an area prison was previously arrested in Warren County, according to court records.
Inmates at Ohio prison plotted riot, escape, State Highway Patrol says
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The State Highway Patrol says inmates at an Ohio maximum security prison were plotting “a possible escape attempt and possible riot” when the plan was interrupted.
7 men from Butler County are on Ohio’s Death Row. Here’s what they did.
BUTLER COUNTY — Of the 137 Ohio prison inmates sentenced to death for convictions of aggravated murder, seven are connected to Butler County. On Tuesday, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said he is halting executions until the state devises a new lethal injection protocol that overcomes any court challenges. —
Hamilton lawmaker’s first bill targets animal abuse, claiming it's how abusers ‘get their courage’
COLUMBUS — In her first bill introduced as a state lawmaker, Ohio Rep. Sara Carruthers is pushing to stop animal abuse. The Hamilton Republican jointly introduced House Bill 33 last week with Assistant Majority Whip Laura Lanese, R-Grove City. It would require automatic reporting by a veterinarian o