CPD identify suspect wanted for woman’s murder in Avondale

                          4 bodies identified after possible Shaker Heights murder-suicide

                          Rand Paul blasts ’idiots’ who ’attacked’ him near White House

                          UC football team releases statement for choosing not to practice

                          Help name Cincinnati Zoo’s new baby rhino

                            Homeless woman recovering after being assaulted by 4 people in OTR

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                          Man indicted on charges after exposing himself to 2 juveniles, prosecutor says

                          Bengals giving fans chance to be part of home opener

                          Ohio first responders arrive in Louisiana to help with Hurricane Laura relief

                          Bengals Quarterback Joe Burrow: ‘How can you hear the pain Black people are going through and dismiss it as nothing’

                            Daughter keeps father’s memory alive despite event being canceled

                            Schools required to report COVID-19 cases to parents, DeWine says

                          Homeless woman’s assault filmed, suspect arrested, court docs say

                          The homeless victim was assaulted in OTR in mid-July, police say.

                          25 found in 20 days: Operation Safety Net brings Cuyahoga County children home

                          The U.S. Marshal service said about one forth of the children brought home were victims of human trafficking and forced sex work.

                          Ohio jobless claims continue to decline

                          Ohioans filed 18,988 initial jobless claims last week, according to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.

                          Cincinnati Bengals player Mackensie Alexander’s father found safe, sheriff’s office says

                          Jean Alexandre walked up to a ranger's station at a state park, according to the Okeechobee County Sheriff's Office

                          Western & Southern Open pauses Thursday to protest ‘racial inequality', ‘social injustice’

                            Ohio first responders head south to help Hurricane Laura aftermath in Texas

                          Kanye West sues to appear on Ohio ballot

                            101-year-old WWII vet stops in Cincinnati during state-by-state journey

                            Reds release statement on postponement of Wednesday’s game

                          McConnell-McGrath debate may not happen

                          Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden offering free admission to Hometown Heroes

                          Normally the celebration is a week, but the Zoo said this year they extended it so they could include more heroes.

                            Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Mackensie Alexander arrested in Florida

                          A Bengals spokeswoman says they are aware of the situation and have no comment

                          Baby koala born at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo for 1st time in 10 years (photos)

                          The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo has a new addition to its animal family.

                          68 protest-related arrests confirmed in Louisville Tuesday

                          At least 68 people were arrested and charged in connection to demonstrations spearheaded by civil activism group Until Freedom. The day of protests, titled “Good Trouble Tuesday,” had hundreds of people take part.

                            Mariemont School District prepares for first day of class

                          Like other schools starting the fall semester, the superintendent said this is a new experience for everyone involved.

                          Ohio secretary of state sued over limit on ballot dropboxes

                          Secretary of State Frank LaRose decided to allow only one dropbox per county for absentee ballots this November.

                          Bengals announce fan attendance policy for home opener

                          The Bengals announced the attendance policy for their home opener against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sept. 13.

                            Schools can submit plans requesting higher spectator capacity at events, DeWine says

                          The governor said this provision plan is only intended to allow more family members, not spectators.

                          Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson responds to Bearcats player look-alike claim

                          Johnson responded to the Bearcats' tweet on Monday with words of encouragement for the freshman lineman.

                            UC’s Fickell gets contract extension from board of trustees

                          Since coming to UC in 2017, Fickell has an overall record of 26-13.

                            Ohio State suspends 228 students for violating COVID-19 guidelines

                          Some of the suspensions have already been cleared, meaning the students are now allowed to return to campus.

                          ‘Hold my beer:’ Bauer breaks strikeout record against Brewers

                          Budweiser says they will release a special "Cincinnati Buds" can if Bauer can break Sonny Gray's strikeout record against the Brewers.

                          Cincinnati Nature Center unplugging kids with nature-based enrichment programs

                          Programs are scheduled for various times during the week.

                          Fatal pedestrian crash being investigated by OSHP

                          The 29-year-old was hit by a 2016 Hyundai Elantra, according to OSHP.

                          New pandemic license to allow providers to care for school-age children during school day

                          These providers will receive funding to cover the cost of care for economically eligible children.

                          Former mail carrier sentenced to 2 years probation for selling cocaine from USPS vehicle

                          A former Ashtabula-area mail carrier who pleaded guilty to trafficking cocaine from her work vehicle was sentenced on Monday morning.

                          Police: Woman jumps from 2nd story to escape being held captive

                          They say they were called around 6:30 a.m. Saturday to the Pennyrile Park Apartments, building K.

                          Breonna Taylor investigation outcome not expected this week

                          Cameron says the trending rumors are not true.

                            SPCA Cincinnati’s largest fund-raiser going virtual for 2020

                          Not only will this year's event be virtual, but it will also be a week-long event.

                          Driver in critical condition after crash in Winton Place, police say

                          The two-car crash happened a little after 7 p.m. Saturday.

                          Preliminary guidance issued for reopening of performing arts, sporting venues in Ohio

                          Orders on the venues are forthcoming, but the governor wanted to give organizations time to plan for spectators to attend.

                          Kanye West fails to meet requirements for Ohio ballot, secretary of state says

                          Ohio Secretary of State, Frank LaRose says Kanye West and his vice president running mate will not be on the Ohio presidential ballot for the 2020 election.

                          KSU cancels all non-class related gatherings on campus

                          The move comes after a video gained traction online showing students in large gatherings and not following social distancing guidelines.

                          Adult day centers, senior centers can reopen in 1 month, DeWine says

                          Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said adult day centers and senior centers may open at a reduced capacity beginning on Sept. 21.

                          Driver accused of hitting van carrying 5 Cleveland SWAT officers pleads not guilty

                          Antonio Brown was taken into custody after fleeing the scene.

                          Keeneland holding yearling sales with COVID-19 safety protocols in place

                          As for the upcoming Fall Meet in October, Keeneland Officials say there is no update yet on whether fans will be allowed inside.

                          Ohio health order signed to OK fall sports. Read the order here.

                          The order lays out some rules and best practices for athletes, coaches and officials.

                            UC doctor part of national team working on new COVID-19 test

                          The doctor said this new test can help doctors how effective someone's antibodies can be.

                            Number of students in quarantine doubles after 2nd positive COVID-19 test in Warren Co., superintendent says

                          The superintendent said both of the students were asymptomatic.

                            Hold my beer: Bauer steps up to Budweiser’s challenge

                          Budweiser says they will release a special "Cincinnati Buds" can if Bauer can break Sonny Gray's strikeout record.

                          SEC releases health and safety guidelines for stadiums this fall, mask mandate enforced

                          The SEC released health and safety guidelines for stadiums this fall, including that all fans must wear face coverings when moving throughout the stadium or when social distancing can’t be maintained.

                            Neighborhood group calls for ceasefire after weekend of gun violence

                          On Tuesday, local organizations, officials, and community members met at Grant Park to discuss how they move forward.

                          Portland mural project seeks Louisville artists to honor Breonna Taylor

                          The deadline to submit artwork is Tuesday, August 25 at 5 p.m.

                          Several Ohio City Black Lives Matter yard signs burned to a crisp, Cleveland Police investigating crimes as racially motivated

                          Cleveland police say a female resident’s “Black Lives Matter” sign was recently burned.

                            Tri-State teen has chance at scholarship after winning state for Google Doodle

                          Lauren Wooten is in the running for the grand prize of $30,000 in college scholarships and a tech package for the school she will attend.

                            More than 20 quarantined after Warren Co. student tests positive for COVID-19, superintendent says

                          The superintendent did say no teachers were exposed.

                            Organizations go gaming to Get Out the Vote on 19th Amendment anniversary

                          Game Day E-sports and the YWCA Greater Cincinnati used some new ways to reach young and upcoming voters.

                            Gov. DeWine gives organized sports go-ahead for fall start

                          The full details of the executive order will be released on Wednesday.

                          Mason Schools implement health, safety measures to ensure sports seasons

                          Mason Schools said they hope to be able to have fans in attendance during the regular season if health officials give approval.

                            Rubber Duck Regatta goes virtual after Riverfest canceled

                          The purchase of one duck can provide up to 15 meals, the Freestore Foodbank said.

                          Reds game at Kansas City postponed, MLB announces

                          Tuesday's game will be made up on Wednesday as a doubleheader.

                            Deadly weekend shootings pose question: Is CPD lacking officers

                          Two Cincinnati residents, who talked with FOX19 Now, described this past weekend’s violence as “crazy.”

                          Ohio’s COVID-19 seven-day positivity rate below 5% for first time since June

                          The Ohio Department of Health hasn't reported a percentage this low since late June.

                          Police looking for vehicle connected to triple shooting on Saturday

                          Police said they think the passenger in the vehicle shot three people late Saturday.

                          Graeter’s final bonus flavor combines dessert with morning necessity

                          All bonus flavors are only available for a limited time so once they are gone, they are retired for the year.

                          Republican, Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich to speak at Democratic National Convention today

                          The Republican has said he will vote for Democrat Joe Biden in the November election.

                          Kroger offers fall discount for parents, teachers

                          Kroger is dedicating one day a week to give teachers and parents a discount.

                          Newlyweds donate dinner from reception canceled because of COVID-19 to Cleveland homeless shelter (photos)

                          A newlywed couple donated the meals from their wedding reception that was canceled due to the coronavirus to a Northeast Ohio homeless shelter.

                            Youth football coach, father identified as victim in West End shooting

                          Myron Green grew up playing in the same youth football league he would go onto coach all these years later, his friends say.

                          Family of 3-year-old-girl who was shot and killed asks for community support

                          Trinity's mother is now left without her significant other or her daughter.

                          Breonna’s Law Announced at Jefferson Square Park

                          Breonna's law brings changes her family lawyer says will prevent future deaths.

                          Mail processing equipment dismantled behind Cleveland’s main post office, will the timing of this impact the election and mail-in votes?

                          Congressman Tim Ryan feels it's an effort by the President to create chaos during the election.

                          16-year-old arrested in connection with death of runaway teen, police say

                          The teen was fatally shot in East Price Hill on Friday.

                            Friend of Avondale shooting victim reflects on their last conversation

                          Antonio Blair, 21, was one of four people shot Sunday in Avondale, according to the Cincinnati Police Department.

                            CPS invites people to participate in Shark Tank-style pitch event

                          The event, that will be entirely virtual, is designed to generate interest and revenue for Greater Cincinnati small businesses.

                          Custom tricycle delivered to Ohio boy with help from state patrol

                          Police departments from multiple states have teamed up to help out a boy with special needs.

                          #WeWantToPlay: OSU star Justin Fields starts petition to reinstate 2020 season

                          The petition has been signed by more than 130,000 people in the first five hours.

                            After spending 20 years in prison, wrongfully convicted man is getting a new smile

                          Smile Generation and After Innocence organized a day of service where they offered free dentistry to those who were wrongfully convicted.