Patches of Fog
Former Moeller standout Alex Barlow talks about how he's helped the Boston Celtics prepare for the next opponent each game this season.
The student facing felony charges in connection with a bomb threat made at Springboro High School in April wrote over 1,000 apology letters to his classmates.
Seven storylines to watch, including Turpin (4-0) at Walnut Hills (4-0).
Many Duke Energy customers were still without power nearly a day after a line of severe thunderstorms rolled through the Tri-State.
Moeller graduate Alex Barlow enjoys his position as a video assistant with the Boston Celtics.
A judge on Monday scheduled a Sept. 19 trial for a former suburban police official who's asking to be let out on bail after a federal appeals court overturned his conviction in his wife's death during a botched burglary.
The Springboro Community City Schools board has a new member and a new president.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to consider reinstating the conviction of a former police official charged in connection with his wife's 1995 death in Ohio.
The Warren County prosecutor is taking strong action against a Springboro High School freshman after the second school evacuation this week.
A former Springboro High School student who was accused of bringing hash-laced brownies to school last year pleaded guilty Wednesday.
What's more? She performed the delivery herself.
A Springboro man is fighting what he described as a "medical Catch-22"; he suffers from a rare genetic blood disorder which is killing his kidneys, but he can't get on a transplant list without defying his doctor's orders.
A Warren County man is accused of coercing underage girls into becoming his sex slaves, forcing them to send him nude photos, engage in sex acts and mutilate themselves.
Charges include three felony counts.
A Springboro teenager missing since Friday afternoon has been located.
A former booster club treasurer paid back the last of the nearly $440,000 he had stolen from the group at his sentencing Tuesday.
The Springboro Board of Education met Thursday evening after the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio sent a letter to school officials asking them to abandon proposed policies that advance creationism in the classroom.
A former Springboro Atheletics Booster Association president and treasurer pled guilty to embezzling over $400,000 from the organization over an eight-year period.
Authorities have identified a woman's body found in Springboro Saturday evening.
The Springboro Community City School Board decided Thursday night to take the next step toward allowing faculty and staff to carry guns at school.