State officials investigating Emilie Olsen case
The state is investigating the case of Emilie Olsen, a Fairfield Middle School student who committed suicide in 2014.
WATCH: WCPO's Boehner interview on Jimmy Kimmel
Notice any familiar faces on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night?
WATCH: Heartwarming hospital reunion
Adrianna was only three days old the night her mother left her at West Chester Hospital.
WATCH: John Glenn, hero's life in highlights
Video of John Glenn's heroic exploits as an American astronaut and politician.
From The Vault: Area's biggest robbery unsolved
Three men got away with a reported $500,000 in cash after holding up a Brinks armored car at the Eastgate Mall in 1993.
VIDEO: Zoo welcomes 11 new furballs
It's not even Zoo Babies season yet, but the Cincinnati Zoo has blessed us early: A bundle of sweet balls of fluff were born to African painted dogs Imara and Kwasi.
Zombie nativity scene attacked by vandals
Loss of limb isn’t enough to keep the zombie versions of Jesus, the Virgin Mary and Joseph six feet under, according to Jasen Dixon.
Sheriff: 'Clumsy bandit' steals thousands
The Butler County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday they were searching for the "clumsy bandit" who made off with $3,800 while gun range owner Jesse VonStein was celebrating Thanksgiving.
Police warn of gas station thieves
Police call them "sliders" because the thieves slide up next to the victim's car, reach in and steal something.
WATCH: Police pull driver from fire after chase
Norwood police officers pulled a driver from his burning car after the driver crashed during a police chase overnight.
HIV: Our billion-dollar time bomb
For anyone who thinks Greater Cincinnati's heroin epidemic is about as bad as it could get, consider the catastrophe in Scott County, Indiana.
Middletown mourns death of 'wonderful teacher'
Students and staff at Middletown City Schools spent Monday mourning the loss of Kimberly Ann Cooper, a Middletown native who dedicated 20 years of her life to teaching at her hometown’s schools.
Video shows Tri-State man plotting terror attack
Department of Justice officials released the 15-minute video Monday after Cornell was sentenced to spend 30 years of prison for the planned attack at the U.S. Capitol.
PD: Covington park smashed by vandals
Covington police say vandals destroyed benches in the urban zen rock garden park near the intersection of Pike and Russell streets.
Fans: Feelings mixed on Tuberville's resignation
Opinions on Tuberville's departure are split among lifelong Bearcat fans, students and alumni.