CINCINNATI -- As a mix of snow and frozen rain collected over the Tri-State Tuesday evening, WCPO used special equipment to give you an enhanced view.
Before the ice storm rolled in, WCPO's crew attached a GoPro camera to the station's balcony on Gilbert Avenue.
The camera filmed the storm's first flakes at about 6 p.m. and continued rolling as ice and snow enveloped city streets and homes.
The footage was then edited together into an impressive time-lapse video that compresses five hours of footage into two minutes.
Watch it in the video player or on YouTube.
Copyright 2014 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
A man was killed late Friday afternoon after being shot in the face in Over-the-Rhine.
Following what state authorities called ‘one of the largest heroin busts in Kentucky history,’ U.S. Senate Republican Leader…
When Small Town America celebrates one of its own, it holds a parade. And that's what Lawrenceburg (pop 5,020) is doing Saturday for…
What would be more fun: skiing around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway or driving the pace car at the 500? Nick Goepper might find out.
A chase involving a stolen vehicle ended in a crash Friday in Mount Healthy, police said.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine was taken to Christ Hospital Friday after falling ill before a speaking engagement in Cincinnati.
A local Marine is dead after a shooting at a California home.
Cincinnati Police said its investigation into the Greenpeace high-wire, stunt protest at Procter and Gamble headquarters is closed, police…
Two people are dead after a fire at a home in unincorporated Campbell County on Friday morning.