Scattered showers/thunder today but things look promising for the Holiday weekend.
Complications on SB I-71 at the Wilmington Road exit have created a headache for commuters as the roadways closes for the second time Thursday morning.
Dying for help, some of those in need of urgent medical care are left holding the phone because dispatchers say when you dial 911 in the city of Cincinnati, it’s a game of roulette.
The death toll from Monday's tornado in Moore has steadied at 24, and 353 people have reported injuries from the storm.
A $5 million donation will help fund a new carousel to be built in Smale Riverfront Park and completed just months before the area is inundated with visitors for 2015’s Major League Baseball All-Star game.
Each month, city of Cincinnati workers rack up about $171,000 on credit card-related expenses on cards with a combined limit of $2.1 million. The use of the cards is coming under scrutiny.
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All of the identities of Monday's Moore, Okla. tornado victims have been released.
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