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New airline bringing Minneapolis service to Cincinnati

New airline will serve airport two days a week.

Police: At least 18 shot, with 4 dead, across Cincinnati

Police in Cincinnati said at least 18 people were shot and four killed as gunfire erupted in several places around the city overnight.

Reds, Tigers to play exhibitions prior to season

Reds release updated ticket information as the abbreviated season approaches.

Brooks resets Cincinnati concert for May 1, 2021

Concert had been scheduled for June 27.

Men in suits march in honor of George Floyd in Cincinnati

Several Northern Kentucky men of color and supporters donned suits Saturday morning for a demonstration in Cincinnati.

Police: Homicide unit probing shooting death of child, 8

An eight-year old child was shot to death in the Mount Airy neighborhood of Cincinnati on Sunday, according to police.

Kentucky woman pleads guilty in death of white supremacist

Emily Sherry pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2018 crash that killed a white supremacist leader in northern Kentucky, according to court records.

Ozzy Osbourne cancels tour, including Riverbend date

Ozzy Osbourne is cancelling his upcoming tour, which includes a show in Cincinnati, due to ongoing health issues. 

Judge set to rule on city’s effort to end teen death lawsuit

A judge is preparing to rule on an effort by Cincinnati and several employees to get a lawsuit thrown out that alleges negligence in the death of a student.

Train in Cincinnati derailed, adjacent closed for hours Sunday

CINCINNATI, Oh. (WCPO) — Lanes have reopened after a derailed train shut down River Road between Bender and Darby Roads for hours on Sunday morning.

Historic brewery in Cincinnati goes up in flames Sunday morning

Flames tore through the historic Jackson Brewery in OTR Sunday morning, sending smoke into the air, which could be seen and smelled miles away.

The Who plans 1st Cincinnati concert since ’79 tragedy

The rock band The Who will play its first Cincinnati area concert since 11 fans died 40 years ago in a pre-show stampede.

Family of teen who died trapped in vehicle sues

The family of a teenager who died trapped in a vehicle filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Cincinnati.

President Trump to rally in Cincinnati on Aug. 1

President Trump is scheduled to hold a rally in Cincinnati on August 1, the day after the second round of Democratic presidential debates.

Red Stockings, parade anniversaries add to opening day

Cincinnati Reds fans have milestones to celebrate during their annual opening day festivities.

Cargo plane lands at CVG after being struck by lightning

DHL cargo plane landed at Northern Kentucky International Airport around 2:30 Monday morning

Man in suspected drug-related death in Lawrenceburg arrested

A Lawrenceburg Police investigation that began in August 2018 after a report of a suspected drug-related death, resulted in an arrest in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Jason Aldean concert cancelled due to flooding

The Jason Aldean at Riverbend in Cincinnati scheduled for this Thursday has been cancelled due to flooding along the Ohio River.

Missing woman may have traveled through Kentucky

A woman left Spring City, Tennessee Sunday bound for Ohio. She never made it. She's now listed as missing. Find out how you can help.

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