Top 9 photos from across the Tri-State for the week of July 4, 2014.
Photos from the Fourth of the July parade in Fort Mitchell, Ky. The parade ran from the DCCH Center for Children to Beechwood Schools. Photo: Kareem Elgazaar.
Fireworks from the Reds game at Great American Ball Park seen over the city on July 4, 2014. Photo: Shawn Conkle
A driver crashed into the Walgreens at Galbraith and Vine streets overnight Saturday, July 5.
A tornado packing winds up to 80 mph struck two miles southwest of Warsaw in Gallatin County Monday, July 7.
Taken from Kentucky facing downtown Cincinnati at 9:10 p.m. Monday. Photo by Diane Mardis. The golden sky can be attributed to “scattering,” a phenomenon where the molecules and the small particles in the sky bend the light rays and change the colors.
The golden sky can be attributed to “scattering,” a phenomenon where the molecules and the small particles in the sky bend the light rays and change the colors. July 8. Photo: Tara Ferdelman.
Reds trainer Steve Baumann attends to Brandon Phillips as manager Bryan Price watches after Phillips injured his thumb diving for a ball on July 9, 2014. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
Roebling Bridge on July 10, 2014 by Jon Reynolds Photography.
The Cincy Black Bear made his way from Oakley to Batavia this week and was spotted snacking in Michael Trammell's garden.