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A Tri-State police officer is fighting for his job after telling state investigators about his chief's second job.
Sitting in his car, a man watched two girls leave a Fort Thomas school so he could follow them. But there was something else watching – something police say helped them stop a crime before it happened.
A task force with Hamilton County wants Taser use taken more seriously.
A relatively new plaza in Newport is filled with big name shops. It's busy. It's growing. But police say it's also a popular place for people to shoot up heroin all day.
You are being tracked. Everywhere you go – the time and date you’re there, who you’re with, where you are – is all recorded and uploaded to remote servers.
The national standard for the amount of time it takes for firefighters to respond to a fire is five minutes and 40 seconds. But Monday, it took Fire Engine 12 twice that time to respond to a house fire in College Hill.
Cincinnati police guns are ending up on the street in sales between complete strangers with few questions asked. Watch inside as the I-Team buys a gun in a parking lot, totally unregulated, with hidden cameras documenting the sale.
Detectives investigating the case of a slain pregnant mother in Brown County last month say they have new leads in the events that led to her death.
The death of an Aberdeen woman remains unsolved more than a month after she was found hanging from a ceiling fan.
The mother of a 7-month-old girl who suffered second-degree burns is demanding answers from a local day care center she claims is responsible.
Craig Labell missed a turn in Brown County while on a road trip and will never be the same.
Nancy Bronner said, even at the age of 15, her son knew he wanted to be cremated. But what Bronner discovered shortly after her son's funeral still disgusts her a year later.
A Milford real estate agent who pleaded not guilty Friday to accusations she bilked investors out of at least $15 million couldn't escape the taunts and jeers from one of her former-business associates.
A Milford real estate agent accused of bilking investors out of at least $15 million was indicted Wednesday.
Thirty-nine local schools are in violation of Ohio law for not submitting complete, up-to-date safety plans, according to a list released by the Attorney General's Office Wednesday.
A law has been proposed to make it illegal for someone without medical training to answer a 911 call in Cincinnati.
A special state audit has confirmed the details of a 9 On Your Side I-Team investigation into embezzlement and mismanagement at the Village of Arlington Heights Mayor’s Court.
38-time Emmy winner Brendan Keefe was named Best Reporter by the Ohio Associated Press in 2011, and Best Photographer in 2012 and 2013. He serves as Anchor and Chief Investigator for 9 On Your Side.
Jason Law joined 9 On Your Side in January 2013 as a investigative reporter with the I-Team.