Possible murder-suicide discovered in Norwood basement by 7-year-old

                          Officers responded to the home for a report of a deceased person at the home but found two when they arrived.

                            Community creates donation fund to help families after deadly Batesville fire

                            West End woman says gun violence is forcing her to move: ’Every day I’m terrified’

                            2 weeks into virtual classes, thousands of CPS students still haven’t logged in

                            SPCA Cincinnati welcomes displaced pets from Gulf Coast

                            Student athletes protest Erlanger-Elsmere decision to postpone sports

                            Will COVID-19 vaccine really be ready Nov. 1? UC doctors doubtful

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                          NKY congressman praises teen charged in Kenosha shootings: ’He didn’t empty a magazine’

                          3rd highest day of COVID-19 cases confirmed in Kentucky at 906

                          Madeira sends entire grade to remote learning following positive COVID-19 test

                            Butler Co. back in the red, Miami University ’certainly impacting’ COVID-19 cases, governor says

                          Former Ohio house speaker pleads not guilty to alleged bribery scheme

                            Mayor Cranley requests $1M be allocated to help police, reduce violence

                          CVG announces new sustainable water options for travelers

                          These stations have both still and flavor water.

                            Hoxworth and Red Bike team up to offer free rides around town

                          Hoxworth needs 450 donations a day to meet demand and every blood donation can save three lives.

                          Woman missing from Montgomery County | UPDATE: Found

                          Authorities say they are concerned for her safety.

                          CPS opens tech support center to help students, families outside school

                          The support center can help with things like connectivity issues to software problems and more.

                            Gatlinburg Skylift Park’s new attraction to give ’unique Smokey Mountain experience’

                          Canton couple arrested for keeping 7-year-old girl in locked dog cage

                          Loveland police investigate after rumor of threat of a weapon at school, none found

                            Kenton County schools distributing thousands of meals to students

                          NB I-75 down to 1 lane in Grant County due to crash, fuel spill

                            Flash flood watches, warnings up across Tri-State

                          Cincinnati school evacuated after large gas main hit

                          Students and staff were taken across the street to Summit School, the department said.

                          Presidential pursuits: Oval Office replica in Mentor home listing

                          The home is 20 years old.

                          Amazon opens new sort center in Erlanger

                          The facility has created over 1,000 jobs paying at least $15.00 per hour

                            New Miami firefighter seriously hurt in crash released from hospital: ’I’ve been blessed’

                          Dustin "Dusty" Cook says he is recovering at his dad's house

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Thursday, Sept. 3

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                            Cincy man offers rides home, guidance to youths on the street

                          “He tells me life isn’t just what you were born in... He tells me how you can build as a man and be a better person."

                            ‘Hate-spreading’ Instagram shade pages make their way into Cincy schools

                          All across the country, the gossip-style Instagram pages have been growing in popularity.

                            911 call: 13-year-old girl finds father fatally shot in Springfield Township

                          Police are asking anyone with information to come forward.

                            Construction begins on the next phase of Newport on the Levee’s redevelopment

                          GM Jim Otto describes the work on the development as a “radical surgery.”

                            State trooper, dispatcher honored for heroism in saving 17-year-old girl

                          “Initially you don’t have time to be scared, you just go to work"

                            Cincinnati Reds pitcher Tom Seaver dies at 75

                          Seaver was inducted to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1992 and the Reds Hall of Fame in 2006.

                            Still no sports: CPS board sticks to modified reopening plan

                          Sports are still on hold at CPS schools

                            Fundraiser to be held for CPD officer severely injured in car crash

                          Officer Nickolas Rosfeld had only been on the job 18 months when he suffered gruesome injuries in an off-duty crash.

                            School districts in Hamilton County have enough PPE — for now

                          Districts could be out of supplies by the beginning of the next semester.

                            Is 10 p.m. alcohol curfew leading to violence in Cincinnati? State leaders doubtful

                          Attorney General Yost says there are a lot of factors that go in to violent crime, but the bars closing early isn’t one of them.

                            Improved courtyard and brand new laptops at Cincinnati library

                          Eight new laptops were provided by the FC Cincinnati Foundation.

                          Miami University sees 375% increase in COVID-19 cases in one week

                          Officials with the Butler County General Health District say most of the cases can be traced back to off-campus gatherings.

                          Streetcar now free to ride as council overrides Cranley veto

                          The streetcar is running with passengers for the first time since March — and now it’s free.

                            ‘You shoot at police, expect us to shoot back,’ Butler Co. Sheriff says

                          Sheriff Jones says he's not going to tolerate 'lawlessness' directed at police

                            Authorities identify suspect involved in high-speed chase in Arizona

                          Alberto Sanchez, of New Mexico, is facing charges of DUI, drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful flight. Alberto Sanchez, of New Mexico, is facing charges of DUI, drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful flight.

                          18 COVID-related deaths, 816 new cases confirmed in Kentucky

                          Governor Andy Beshear confirmed the deaths in his daily media briefing, confirming 966 Kentuckians have died from complications due to COVID-19 since March.

                          Indiana to release county map to show COVID-19 spread in counties

                          These color codes will not trigger a state requirement of any action, the health official said.

                            WATCH: Police need help identifying car involved in drive-by shooting

                          A nearby Ring camera captured the suspect’s vehicle and police need your help to identify it.

                          Men identified after suspected murder-suicide in NKY

                          It's not clear yet what led up to the shooting, state police said.

                          Ohio lawmakers pass bill limiting Gov. DeWine’s power to change elections, close houses of worship

                          'This legislation eliminates possible confusion and will ensure Ohioans are able to cast their ballots in-person on Election Day'

                          Old Navy will pay employees to be poll workers for 2020 election

                          Old Navy has some 50,000 employees at more than 1,000 stores.

                            Coroner IDs 16-year-old killed in South Fairmount shooting

                          Officers found the teen when they responded to the 1700 block of Baltimore Avenue just before 3 a.m

                          Power outage closes St. Bernard-St. Elmwood Place Elementary School

                          About 5,000 Duke Energy customers are without power in the area and parts of eastern Cincinnati

                          Faulty light fixture to blame for small fire at Lakota East Freshman

                          The school district says the fire started around 6:55 a.m. and it was extinguished by the school resource officer.

                          Driver says he was shot on SB I-71 near MLK overpass

                          The man told police people in another vehicle fired into his, striking him in the left arm, hip and leg

                          EB I-275 reopens after semi crash shut it down 7 hours overnight

                          It's not clear yet what caused the accident, police say

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Wednesday, Sept. 2

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                          Army officer suspended after ’vile’ Holocaust joke goes viral

                          The officer is a Xavier University ROTC graduate and former Northern Kentucky University student.

                          Facebook group plans ‘Trump Parade’ on I-275

                          As of Sept. 1, nearly 3,000 Facebook users have said they will participate.

                          Facing federal charges, Rep. Larry Householder shows up for work at the Ohio Statehouse

                          Rep. Larry Householder, the former Ohio Speaker of the House, showed up at the Ohio Statehouse on Tuesday, took his spot among the general assembly and worked his way through a busy day of legislating.

                            Newport teen says unknown man made sexual advances, tried to lure her into car

                          The man made "sexual advances" trying to get the teen into the car, according to her mother.

                            Procession held in NKY for Navy sailor killed in crash

                          Petty Officer Brent Sturgeon died in San Diego at the end of August.

                            Northside Greenspace finishes footbridge near Parker Woods Montessori School

                          A new footbridge on a Northside trail will help kids getting to school and hikers too.

                            Esoteric Brewing opens in Walnut Hills with social mission, focus on diversity

                          A portion of the brewery's proceeds will go to Walnut Hills nonprofits.

                            Graceland, Levitt Shell and ’I Heart Memphis’ mural tagged with ’Defund the Police’ graffiti

                          Messages of “Defund the Police” and “BLM” mark the wall outside Graceland on Elvis Presley Boulevard and the Levitt Shell in Overton Park.

                            Man tried to lure Warren Co. teens into vehicle, victims tell police

                          Two similar incident happened on the same street eight days apart.

                            City Council holds special meeting on dramatic surge in gun violence, shooting deaths

                          CPD Chief Eliot Isaac called the violence 'disheartening' in light of the progress made over the last few years.

                          Man arrested in connection with fatal shooting of woman in North Avondale

                          Paige Jones, 27, was shot in the 3500 block of Burnet Avenue on Aug. 24., according to Cincinnati police.

                          Miami University testing all students for COVID-19

                          Each day, selected students will receive an email about scheduling a COVID-19 test.

                          Bengals officialy announce Mixon’s 4-year extension

                          The star Bengals running back is now signed through the 2024 season.

                            Kentucky reports most COVID-19 deaths in months

                          Last week, Kentucky reported 38 COVID-19-related deaths in a three-day span.

                            Sheriff: Warren Co. chase, shootout suspect identified

                          Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones says the suspect has a lengthy record

                          ’We ask you to join us’: UK men’s basketball team releases video in support of Black Lives Matter movement

                          The University of Kentucky men’s basketball team is asking for fan’s support in calling for an end to racial injustice and for change in systemic racism.

                            Ohio reports highest number of new daily COVID-19 cases since July

                          Gov. DeWine said these recent numbers are a reminder that COVID-19 isn't going away.

                          Arrest made in Colerain Township homicide

                          Police were responding to a report of a home invasion robbery when they found the victim

                            Gov. DeWine to look at removing Cincinnati from alcohol curfew following requests from Mayor Cranley, Chief Isaac

                          Mayor Cranley and Chief Isaac expressed the belief the alcohol curfew has had a direct correlation to the increase in gun violence.

                          Help honor NKY Navy sailor killed in crash

                          The 30-year-old sailor graduated from Conner High School in 2008.

                          Ohio team returning home after Hurricane Laura relief mission

                          The exact number of searches, rescues, and damage assessments are not available yet, the team said.

                            More Ohio teams deploy for Hurricane Laura relief efforts

                          The group will be providing laundry services for a few hours on Tuesday as hurricane relief efforts continue.

                            Mayor’s motion to use streetcar fares for public safety voted down by committee

                          Mayor John Cranley proposed using streetcar fares to enhance safety.

                            Shots fired toward plainclothes officers

                          Police say plainclothes officers were around when the shots rang out.

                            Coronavirus Coverage: What you need to know for Tuesday, Sept. 1

                          Here are your top COVID-19 headlines.

                            Pike County Massacre: BCI agent testifies about evidence against eldest Wagner son

                          George Wagner IV was in court for a motion hearing on Monday.