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A listing of school closures in the Tri-State on Friday, Dec. 6.
Stay up to the minute with traffic delays during Friday's winter weather.
A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for Tri-State communities in effect from 1 a.m. Friday through 1 a.m. Saturday.
Duke Energy has been preparing for the winter storm hitting the Tri-State Friday and is offering tips to help keep the community safe.
Alcohol is suspected in a crash that sent four people to University of Cincinnati Medical Center.
Rain, sleet and snow slam the Tri-State counties Dec. 6, 2013.
It might a few months until Lent begins but it’s time now to get all that bock beer ready.
Duke Energy was reporting more than 8,500 power outages in the Anderson Township area early Friday morning.
Teddy Bridgewater made several great escapes to help No. 19 Louisville get to overtime, where Dominique Brown's 2-yard run gave the Cardinals a victory.
Members of the Harlem Globetrotters will visit the Newport Aquarium on Friday to present the 'ABCs of Bullying Prevention.'
A man was shot in the shoulder Thursday evening in Cheviot.
The doors at a local barbershop must close after seven decades, but the memories made at the Forth Thomas landmark will remain open.
A document specifically details talking points on how some CVG board members planned to remove the CEO from office, including what they would say to the public regarding her termination or forced resignation.
A look at what school administrators think about before deciding to close school for the day.
The Salvation Army in Northern Kentucky announced Thursday that have an unmet need for toys this holiday season.
Cincinnati Reds fans, rejoice! Redsfest -- the team's annual winter warm-up for the baseball season -- is finally here. It's taking place Friday and Saturday at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati.
University of Cincinnati President Santa Ono has asked judges to crack down on criminals engaging in what he calls “predatory targeting” of students near campus.
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce outlined its legislative priorities at the group's Where We Stand event.
With areas of the Tri-State expecting three to six inches of snow on Friday, different organizations throughout the region are mobilizing to keep the region's residents safe.