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A cab driver is dead after he was shot multiple times in North Fairmount early Wednesday.
Our intrepid columnist comes under attack in his own bedroom. And it left him holding his nose.
A wrap-up of local stories happening on March 11, 2014.
The 2014 Pothole Blitz should smooth out the ride for drivers, and smooth out the problem blamed for flat tires, busted alignments and maybe a few twisted ankles.
The region's second largest city is turning green.
A man police say robbed two banks in the Tri-State was arrested and taken to jail early Tuesday morning.
John Matarese has a warning about a strange letter many people are receiving.
Reds lefty had pitched seven shutout innings this spring until Buster Posey and the Giants came up in the third inning Tuesday.
The state of Ohio agreed to pay $2.5 million this week to care for a Colerain Township child born to a prisoner.
Alisha Waters' estranged husband shot her five times, took his own life and left her a quadriplegic. She hopes to get enough support to win an online contest and get a wheelchair-accessible van.
Cincinnati is exempt from paying property taxes on its golf courses, according to a state tax board ruling that, if it stands, will save the city $450,000 a year and possibly bolster its case against paying millions more on the downtown convention center.
John Matarese reports on the latest retailer to offer a budget wedding dress
An ex-Covington finance director accused of stealing city funds is scheduled to change his not guilty plea Thursday, according to Kenton County Circuit Court records.
A Warren County judge sentenced a man to eight years in jail Tuesday after he was convicted for his seventh OVI.
Mahogany's on the Banks got another extension from its landlord but the troubled restaurant still faces eviction if it – or the city – doesn't cure its default by 5 p.m. Wednesday.
Portland police had to be called in to subdue a 22-pound house cat that trapped its owners inside their bedroom after attacking their baby.
A Clermont County grand jury indicted a Union Township man Tuesday on charges of murder, aggravated murder and rape for the February death of his roommate.
Tri-State students are smoking less tobacco and more marijuana, according to a study by the Coalition for Drug Free Greater Cincinnati.
Authorities released the former poll worker sentenced to five years in prison for voter fraud in the November 2012 presidential elections on Tuesday.
A house committee has advanced a local politician's proposal to allow hunters to use silencers on their guns.