It wouldn’t be St. Patrick’s Day without…snow? Some areas of the Tri-State got hit with a few inches of fresh powder on March 17. Photo by Cathy Meyer
Everyone was in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit—even our general manager, Jeff Brogan! His family entered their car in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade downtown. (Photo by Melisse Marks).
After heavy rains and some St. Patrick's Day snow, a few areas in the Tri-State saw water levels rise quickly on March 18. (Photo by Jeannie Prater).
A March 19 accident on I-471 gave some morning commuters the idea of driving through the grassy median and across three lanes of traffic to get out of the backup. (Photo by Chris Burns).
A makeover for Mount Rushmore? One group is asking people to vote on a new presidential face to add to the famed site, and Tri-Staters have started to see billboards like this spring up across the area. (Photo by Libby Cunningham).
X marks the spot. Xavier University announced Wednesday that the school will join the Big East conference, and students and mascots alike couldn’t have been happier! (Photo by Tony Mirones)
Flora around the Tri-State got the message that Wednesday was the first day of spring, and residents started to see some color poking through the ground. (Photo by Craig Metzger)
The 9 On Your Side studios got a Wednesday visit from a family of deer living next door in Eden Park. (Photo by Jenny Bak)
Several animals died after a fire at a Burlington barn Friday morning. The blaze consumed the two-story structure in the 4900 block of Burlington Pike at about 3 a.m. (Photo by Kendall Herold)
Boy band One Direction made a pit stop in Cincinnati Tuesday in between concerts.
Wicked weather, adorable animals, and Chief Meteorologist Steve Raleigh's youngest fan. We've rounded up our favorite photos from viewers and 9 On You Side staff for the week of June 10, 2013.
A swatch of severe storms is sweeping through the Tri-State in the wake of a derecho.
Many pets are up for adoption on “Just One Day” at the Boone County Animal Shelter. The shelter is waiving adoption fees on June 11, when shelters across the United States halt euthanizing pets for one day.