Candidates in Deerfield Township are questioning why the township pulled up yard signs just days before the election.
Warren County officials temporarily closed Mason-Montgomery Road between Merten and Parkway drives and instructed drivers to take alternative routes.
Laghaoui stormed out of his family's apartment after an argument, then returned with an AK-47 style weapon and shot his father through the door.
Construction has suddenly stopped on a mega child care facility in Deerfield Township. What will happen to the site?
A maintenance man has admitted that he installed hidden cameras in the bathrooms of five young women at the apartment complex where he worked.
Assistant superintendent Tim Spinner confirmed at 6 p.m. that there was no emergency and that authorities determined the button-press to have been a false alarm.
Bundt cakes are a delicious, nostalgic favorite. Now a new franchise store in Deerfield Township specializes in the classic.
After in-depth testimony from a psychologist describing bizarre incidents, a Warren County judge ruled the man accused of shooting a Warren County deputy is competent to stand trail.
The Warren County Prosecutor's Office might seek a second opinion on whether a man charged with shooting a sheriff's deputy is fit to stand trial.
The Warren County Sheriff's Office arrested three suspects from Indianapolis Monday in an investigation of what appeared to be advertisements for prostitution posted on the website backpage.com.
Tammy and Dennis Watters were headed for Oklahoma on Friday, the next stop on their latest tour of locations around the nation in need of their special underwater-search skills.
Police are looking for two people accused of stealing more than $10,000 in smartphones from a Verizon Wireless store.
A gunman who wounded a deputy in a shootout just missed hitting his 8-year-old son and his friends, the boy's father told WCPO Tuesday.
One person was sent to the hospital after a car crashed through the doors of the Target store on Fields-Ertel Road Tuesday morning.
Bethesda North Hospital Chaplain, Rev. Penny Stacy, was one of the first to learn the details surrounding the domestic dispute that would lead to a deputy and a father wounded by gunfire.
The 19-year-old charged with shooting a Warren County deputy and his own father kept a low profile at Lakota East High School.
The 19-year-old who spurred a seven-hour manhunt Thursday night in Warren County shot his own father and left a sheriff’s deputy hospitalized before he was finally arrested.
Warren County sheriff's detectives say a woman found a camera hidden in her bathroom.