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Trump calls Manchester attackers 'losers'
President Donald Trump on Tuesday slammed those behind the Manchester attack as "losers" and reiterated his call to drive out terrorists.
What actually helps heroin users get clean?
Cincinnati is putting together a new plan to address heroin use in the city, but where should resources be focused? Local leaders disagree.
PD: Man on heroin kills bicyclist, drives away
A 61-year-old bicyclist was killed Monday by a driver who admitted to using heroin before getting behind the wheel, according to a news release from the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office.
Manchester attack: What we know and don't know
The deadliest attack on British soil since the 2005 London bombings has left a country in mourning and police searching for answers.
CPD hopes to recruit more diverse officers
Recruitment numbers have been dwindling over the past several years, according to police officials.
VIDEO: West Clermont bus driver shoves student
A school bus driver is facing criminal charges after officials said he shoved a student off a bus.
Late West Chester firefighter remembered as hero
A West Chester firefighter who lost his life to occupational kidney cancer was honored at a fundraiser Sunday evening.
Deputies surprise autistic boy at birthday party
Caden Sizemore invited his whole third grade class to his birthday party last year, but no one came.
Remembering Harambe hysteria one year later
Prosecutor Joe Deters looks back at the Harambe case one year later -- and how his office was flooded with hate mail.
Quadruple amputee veteran throws first pitch
There was probably a time when Dave Riley thought he’d never be able to throw a baseball again.
Will there be justice for mom buried on farm?
Middletown police say they've built a strong case in the killing of Lindsay Bogan, whose skeletal remains were found on a Butler County farm in 2016.
City mistakenly honors Sonny Kim's killer
A junior staffer in Mayor Cranley's office stamped a proclamation that would have made June 1 "Tre Day" in honor of Trepierre Hummons, who committed "suicide by cop" and killed a Cincinnati officer in the process.
CPS super: Boy fainted, wasn't bullied in video
The superintendent of Cincinnati Public Schools claims video from Carson School shows 8-year-old Gabriel Taye “fainted” and does not show a connection between bullying and the boy’s suicide.
Grocery delivery wars: Which is the best deal?
John Matarese compares Clifton Market's delivery to Meijer and other services.
Teacher in trouble over Snapchat post about prom
An Ohio middle school teacher is in trouble over a Snapchat post where she complained about kids at prom.
Who is to blame for conflicts with police?