Fireworks display comes with special surprise
Hula-hoops? Only in Northside.
Communities around the Tri-State celebrate.
Exclusive coverage from Chopper 9.
Red, White and Blue Ash is one of the most popular Fourth of July traditions in the Tri-State.
The parades are part of the day-long celebrations in those communities and neighborhoods across the country.
The Fourth of July race helps raise money for families in need.
The annual Fourth of July event combines live music and fireworks to celebrate the most patriotic day of the year.
From fireworks, to hot air balloons to lengthy runs - the July 4 events are as varied as they are fun.
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Spectators watch fireworks during Red, White, and Blue Ash on Friday, July 4, 2014. Contributed photography by Samantha Grier.
FILE PHOTO: Fort Thomas Fourth of July celebrations.
From cookouts to parades to watching dazzling fireworks, people across the Tri-State came together Friday to celebrate the Fourth of July.
WCPO crews were at many of the events in Northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio to capture all the patriotic fervor as it took place on the nation's birthday.
You can relive some of the Independence Day fun in the media player above.
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