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  • Officials: 4 law enforcement officers shot in South Carolina Officials: 4 law enforcement officers shot in South Carolina

    Four South Carolina law enforcement officers were shot early Tuesday morning.

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  • Top Stories: Calif. Child Abuse Case; Fresh Produce In Food Stamp ProgramTop Stories: Calif. Child Abuse Case; Fresh Produce In Food Stamp Program

    Good morning, here are our early stories: -- Couple Arrested After Children Found 'Shackled To Their Beds' In California Home. -- On Visit To Chile, Pope Faces Anger Over Sex-Abuse Scandal. -- Gospel Star Edwin Hawkins, Known For 'Oh Happy Day', Dies At 74. -- It's An Easy Crime To Get Away With, But Prosecutors Are Trying To Change That. -- Food Stamp Program Makes Fresh Produce More Affordable. And here are more early headlines: Trump's Words On Immigration Linked To Shutdown Worries. ( New York Times ) Bannon Expected To Meet Privately With House Committee. ( ABC ) Wintry Storm Pummels U.S. Midwest, South. ( NWS ) Russia Moves To Shut Down Putin Opponent's Campaign. ( AP ) Hundreds Protest Trump's Vulgar Comments In Times Square. ( WNBC ) Fears Of Marine Damage After Burning Oil Tanker Sinks. ( CNN ) Blackbeard's Pirates May Have Liked Books. ( AP ) Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.

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  • A Government Born In Protest, Faces Widespread ProtestA Government Born In Protest, Faces Widespread Protest

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  • Trump Campaign Player To Appear Before Congressional PanelTrump Campaign Player To Appear Before Congressional Panel

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  • Breastfeeding mother asked to leave Chick-fil-A for not covering upBreastfeeding mother asked to leave Chick-fil-A for not covering up

    The owner of a North Dakota Chick-fil-A is apologizing after a woman claimed she was kicked out of the restaurant when she began breastfeeding her baby.

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  • Thai Officials Want To Silence Critics, Scholar Charged With Insulting Monarchy   Thai Officials Want To Silence Critics, Scholar Charged With Insulting Monarchy

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  • Northern Arizona University Researcher Studies Dog CommunicationNorthern Arizona University Researcher Studies Dog Communication

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  • Banana Drama Gets Much Attention At Australian OpenBanana Drama Gets Much Attention At Australian Open

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  • Father of two deported after living 30 years in USFather of two deported after living 30 years in US

    The 39-year-old came to the US with his parents at age 10, arriving one year before he could qualify for DACA.

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    Cincinnati Ohio's Weather Leader

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  • 3-year-old girl attacked, killed by dog family owned just 5 days3-year-old girl attacked, killed by dog family owned just 5 days

    A 3-year-old girl in Oklahoma was attacked and killed by a dog her family owned for just a few days.

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  • Japanese broadcaster apologizes after false North Korea missile alertJapanese broadcaster apologizes after false North Korea missile alert

    Japanese national broadcaster NHK issued an on-air apology Tuesday after issuing an alert incorrectly claiming that North Korea had launched a ballistic missile.

    WLWT / 1 h. 58 min. ago
  • Website names 10 Greater Cincinnati restaurants to try in 2018Website names 10 Greater Cincinnati restaurants to try in 2018

    Cincinnati’s reputation as a premier city for foodies is well chronicled. A national website is fueling the momentum by giving a shoutout to 10 local restaurants you should resolve to try in 2018. Only in Your State, a website that helps people discover things to do in their own backyard, singled out 10 restaurants across Greater Cincinnati where diners can experience a range of palate-pleasing meals. Here’s the list: To view the list and reviewer comments, click here.

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  • Here’s what Ohio consumers complained about most in 2017Here’s what Ohio consumers complained about most in 2017

    Ohio consumers had plenty to complain about in 2017, but nothing irritated them more than used car sales. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine last week announced the top consumer complaints his office received in 2017, when more than 22,000 complaints were filed. “We’re committed to protecting Ohio consumers, and addressing their complaints is an important part of what we do,” DeWine said in a statement. “In many cases, complaints are the result of a misunderstanding, and we try to bring…

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  • More than 100 schools issue delays or close. See the latest list in the appMore than 100 schools issue delays or close. See the latest list in the app

    More than 100 schools are closed or operating on delays Tuesday due to the latest round of snow and arctic air. COMPLETE LIST: School closings and delays Anywhere from 2-3 inches has fallen across the Tri-State since Monday. Snow continues this morning in parts of our region south and east of downtown Cincinnati. A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 7 a.m. Tuesday for all of Northern Kentucky and our Ohio counties except for Butler and Warren. A Wind Chill Adviso...

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  • Snow comes to end overnight as temperatures plungeSnow comes to end overnight as temperatures plunge

    Two rounds of snow pushed across the Cincinnati area Monday afternoon, dropping between 1 and 3 inches of snow across the Tri-State.

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  • Forecast: Snow lingers southeastForecast: Snow lingers southeast

    Stubborn snow and much colder air

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  • State renews focus on safety, affordability of Ohio's mobile homesState renews focus on safety, affordability of Ohio's mobile homes

    The state agency that oversees Ohio's mobile home industry is planning a reorganization ahead of a renewed focus on the safety of affordable housing. On January 21, the state's Manufactured Homes Commission is being dissolved and its functions realigned under the Ohio Department of Commerce, which will consider how to change the rules that govern mobile home builders, brokers and dealers as well as the installers, inspectors, park operators and contractors that oversee them. There are an estimated…

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  • Standoff suspect heads to courtStandoff suspect heads to court

    The man charged with holding a child hostage and firing multiple rounds at police during a 30-hour standoff is set to make his first court appearance Tuesday. 

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  • This Cincinnati company ranks among top 50 in nation for diversityThis Cincinnati company ranks among top 50 in nation for diversity

    Macy’s Inc. (NYSE: M), which this month announced it will close its downtown Cincinnati store in March, is among 50 companies recognized by a national magazine for its diversity efforts. New York City-based Black Enterprise in collaboration with the Executive Leadership Council – the leading organization of black senior managers – released its annual listing of the 50 Best Companies for Diversity in its latest issue. Cincinnati-based Macy’s is one of two Ohio companies to make the list.…

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  • Koreas Hold Border Talks, U.S., Canada Hold Summit On Nuclear ThreatKoreas Hold Border Talks, U.S., Canada Hold Summit On Nuclear Threat

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  • Calif. Couple Arrested After Siblings Found Chained To BedsCalif. Couple Arrested After Siblings Found Chained To Beds

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  • Dolores O'Riordan, Cranberries Lead Singer, Dies At 46Dolores O'Riordan, Cranberries Lead Singer, Dies At 46

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  • It's An Easy Crime To Get Away With, But Prosecutors Are Trying To Change ThatIt's An Easy Crime To Get Away With, But Prosecutors Are Trying To Change That

    Editor's note: This report includes graphic and disturbing descriptions of sexual assault. There's a trial scheduled in March at the marble courthouse in Newark, N.J., of a man charged with kidnapping and raping a young woman with an intellectual disability. That trial is likely to be a quiet one, with little attention, nothing like the feverish national press coverage 25 years ago of the trial — in that same courthouse — in another case of sexual assault of another young woman with an intellectual disability. That case, known as the Glen Ridge rape case, was the first time a sexual assault of a woman with an intellectual disability captured widespread national attention. In 1989, in Glen Ridge, N.J., an affluent suburban town of broad front yards and stone mansions, a group of popular high school athletes persuaded a young woman from the special education classes to come into a basement. They promised that if she did, she would get to go on a date with the football player she had a

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  • Food Stamp Program Makes Fresh Produce More AffordableFood Stamp Program Makes Fresh Produce More Affordable

    Rebeca Gonzalez grew up eating artichokes from her grandmother's farm in the central Mexican state of Tlaxcala. But for years after emigrating to the U.S., she did not feed them to her own kids because the spiky, fibrous vegetables were too expensive on this side of the border. When she prepared meals at her family's home in Garden Grove, Calif., Gonzalez would also omit avocados, a staple of Mexican cuisine that are often costly here. "I saw the prices and I said, 'No, never mind,' " says Gonzalez, a 47-year-old child care worker who receives about $500 a month in food stamps. But those items are no longer out of reach for her family. Since enrolling last year in a program that rewards food stamp beneficiaries for buying more fresh produce, Gonzalez has regularly filled her shopping cart with the fruits and vegetables of her childhood — not only avocados and artichokes, but pomegranates, various types of squash and more. Participation in the program, called "Más Fresco" — "More Fresh"

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  • Mom convicted in daughter's drowning charged in death of second babyMom convicted in daughter's drowning charged in death of second baby

    A Michigan woman facing charges in the 2016 death of her infant daughter was convicted nearly seven years ago after another daughter died while taking a bath with her in Oklahoma.

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  • On Visit To Chile, Pope Faces Anger Over Sex-Abuse ScandalOn Visit To Chile, Pope Faces Anger Over Sex-Abuse Scandal

    Updated at 4:10 a.m. ET Pope Francis has arrived in Chile to begin a three-day visit, but the Argentine-born pontiff is likely to receive a less-than-warm reception from a country still reeling from the repercussions of a local priest-abuse scandal. As Emily Green reports for NPR from the Chilean capital, "Around half a million people are expected to attend Pope Francis' open-air mass in central Santiago. From there, he will visit a women's prison in Santiago, followed by a trip to southern Chile where he will address the struggle of the Mapuche people — an indigenous group — to recuperate ancestral land from the Chilean government." While once a stronghold of the Catholic Church, Chile is now among Latin America's most secular nations, and the image of the Church has taken a severe hit over what many see as a cover-up. In 2011, the Rev. Fernando Karadima, who served in the southern city of Osorno was found guilty and dismissed for abusing dozens of minors over a decades-long period

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  • Gospel Star Edwin Hawkins, Known For 'Oh Happy Day,' Dies At 74Gospel Star Edwin Hawkins, Known For 'Oh Happy Day,' Dies At 74

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  • Singing principal: Watch his latest parodySinging principal: Watch his latest parody

    Everbody's favorite singing principal is back. This time, Chad Caddell of Union Pointe Academy is covering the Taylor Swift hit "Blank Space."

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  • Mistaken Arrest: How A Local Father Is Trying To Clear His NameMistaken Arrest: How A Local Father Is Trying To Clear His Name

    In 2015 a Hillsboro man on his way home from work was stopped and arrested for selling drugs. But the arrest was a mistake, due to a warrant based on bad information. The next day charges were dropped and the man was released. And ever since he has been trying to clear his name.

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  • Volunteers charged for feeding homelessVolunteers charged for feeding homeless

    A city law makes it illegal to share food in public places, which officials say is necessary to prevent the spread of hepatitis A.

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  • 48 injured, mostly children, in German school bus accident48 injured, mostly children, in German school bus accident

    The full bus crashed into the side of a house, just after 7 a.m, police say.

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  • ​Parents charged after 13 kids found 'starving,' some chained inside California home ​Parents charged after 13 kids found 'starving,' some chained inside California home

    A couple was arrested after police discovered that their 13 children had been held captive in their California home in filthy conditions, some shackled to beds with chains and padlocks, officials said Monday.

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  • Police: Mother kills two children, jumps from interstate in murder-suicidePolice: Mother kills two children, jumps from interstate in murder-suicide

    About an hour after discovering the children, officers found their mother near a highway bridge, where she had jumped to her death.

    WLWT / 5 h. 33 min. ago
  • Hilliard officer's estate sues motorcycle trainers in his deathHilliard officer's estate sues motorcycle trainers in his death

    The estate of a Hilliard police office killed in a crash during motorcycle training in 2016 is suing two motorcycle manufacturers and their trainers. The administrator for the estate of Sean Johnson filed the suit Dec. 22 in Franklin County Common Pleas Court.

    Cincinnati News / 5 h. 54 min. ago
  • House panel interviewing Bannon after his fall from powerHouse panel interviewing Bannon after his fall from power

    The testimony comes just one week after a very public excommunication from Trump's closest confines following the publication of Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury."

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  • US allies from Korean War meet on North Korean nuke threatUS allies from Korean War meet on North Korean nuke threat

    The meeting is intended to boost the campaign of "maximum pressure" that the Trump administration has championed to deprive the North of revenue for weapons development. Officials will discuss cooperation on sanctions, preventing the spread of weapons by North Korea, and diplomacy.

    WXIX / 7 h. 39 min. ago
  • Pope begs forgiveness for 'irreparable harm' from sex abusePope begs forgiveness for 'irreparable harm' from sex abuse

    Pope Francis will be under pressure Tuesday to confront Chile's sex abuse scandal during his first full day in Chile, where the majority identifies as Roman Catholic but strong currents of skepticism and even contempt for the church are increasing.

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  • With A Blank Slate, Cincinnati Redraws Tourism Strategy - MediaPost CommunicationsWith A Blank Slate, Cincinnati Redraws Tourism Strategy - MediaPost Communications

    MediaPost CommunicationsWith A Blank Slate, Cincinnati Redraws Tourism StrategyMediaPost CommunicationsAdvocates for Cincinnati, Ohio, realized they needed to make a change to attract visitors to its region, which includes the metropolitan city, Northern Kentucky, and SE Indiana. Outside of the MLB baseball team the Cincinnati Reds and its "unique chili ...and more »

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  • Cincinnati crews working around-the-clock to manage snow and ice - WXIXCincinnati crews working around-the-clock to manage snow and ice - WXIX

    Cincinnati crews working around-the-clock to manage snow and iceWXIXThe City of Cincinnati is under a winter weather advisory until Tuesday, Jan. 16 at 1:00 a.m.. MOREAdditional LinksPoll. City officials say crews have been treating roads around-the-clock since Friday and will continue to do so. The Department of ...

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  • Cincinnati couple rescues baby sloth trapped on beach - WLWT CincinnatiCincinnati couple rescues baby sloth trapped on beach - WLWT Cincinnati

    WLWT CincinnatiCincinnati couple rescues baby sloth trapped on beachWLWT CincinnatiThe Morgans were in Costa Rica when they found the little sloth clinging to rocks.and more »

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  • No. 12 Cincinnati braces for Central Florida's Fall (Jan 16, 2018 ... - FOXSports.comNo. 12 Cincinnati braces for Central Florida's Fall (Jan 16, 2018 ... - FOXSports.com

    Cincinnati.comNo. 12 Cincinnati braces for Central Florida's Fall (Jan 16, 2018 ...FOXSports.comNo. 12 Cincinnati has nowhere to look up but up, not because the Bearcats are struggling (far from it winning eight straight games), but because they are mindful of 7-foot-6 center Tacko Fall when they play Central Florida in Orlando, Fla. on Tuesday.Cincinnati Bearcats gear up for Central Florida, 7-foot-6 Tacko FallCincinnati.comCincinnati Bearcats play 'team ball,' not 'hero ball' in routing South ...WCPOUCF Men's Basketball Prepares for No. 12 Cincinnati; Will B.J. ...Black and Gold Banneret (blog)all 7 news articles »

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  • Cincinnati road crews working 12-hour shifts to salt roads, plow snow - WLWT CincinnatiCincinnati road crews working 12-hour shifts to salt roads, plow snow - WLWT Cincinnati

    WLWT CincinnatiCincinnati road crews working 12-hour shifts to salt roads, plow snowWLWT Cincinnati"Since Friday, we started out with rain, we've seen sleet, we've seen ice, we've seen snow, we've seen very little sun," said Jarrod Bolden, the city's superintendent of traffic and road operations. "We just ask anybody to be patient with us. We are ...and more »

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  • MLK Day marchers in Cincinnati ask: 'If not now, when?' - Cincinnati.comMLK Day marchers in Cincinnati ask: 'If not now, when?' - Cincinnati.com

    Cincinnati.comMLK Day marchers in Cincinnati ask: 'If not now, when?'Cincinnati.comOrganizers hand out signs used 50 years ago in Memphis after King's death. "Honor King: End Racism!"and more »

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  • New Ohio poet laureate hopes to celebrate poetry in lifeNew Ohio poet laureate hopes to celebrate poetry in life

    In this Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018, photo, David Lucas poses for a photo in his home in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Lucas, Ohio';s new poet laureate, says he hopes to celebrate the legacy of poetry in

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  • Cowboys steal Paul Alexander from Bengals to coach vaunted offensive lineCowboys steal Paul Alexander from Bengals to coach vaunted offensive line

    One of the NFL's longest-tenured offensive line coaches is now in charge of one of the league's most talented units. A source told Sporting News that Dallas has hired Pau

    Big News Network.com / 18 h. ago
  • The top consumer complaints in Ohio in 2017The top consumer complaints in Ohio in 2017

    Ohio Attorney General’s Office in 2017. “We’re committed to protecting Ohio consumers, and addressing their complaints is an important part

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  • CVS to stop digitally altered images in its store brand advertising, will label other brands’ manipulationCVS to stop digitally altered images in its store brand advertising, will label other brands’ manipulation

    CVS is making sure its beauty ads live up to real life. It's stopping the practice of photo manipulation on its store-brand beauty products and will mark other company's advertisem

    Big News Network.com / 18 h. 6 min. ago
  • Springfield business to hire workers as hotel chain expandsSpringfield business to hire workers as hotel chain expands

    Red Roof Inn hopes to hire 15 people to work at their reservation and customer care center. They will be holding a job fair at Ohio Means Jobs Clark County on January 16 and 19. JEFF GUERINI

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  • Snow, icy conditions causing accidents, major traffic tie-ups on central Ohio highwaysSnow, icy conditions causing accidents, major traffic tie-ups on central Ohio highways

    By Scott Gowans The Columbus Dispatch An accident has closed I-71 north at I-270 on the north side. The Ohio Department of Transportation expects the road to be closed for hours.T

    Big News Network.com / 18 h. 21 min. ago
  • About 100 dogs seized from Ohio home; woman charged with crueltyAbout 100 dogs seized from Ohio home; woman charged with cruelty

    COOLVILLE, Ohio -- Authorities have seized about 100 dogs from a southeastern Ohio home and charged a 76-year-old woman with misdemeanor animal cruelty, alleging she kept animals in unsanitary conditi

    Big News Network.com / 18 h. 48 min. ago
  • MLK III calls out Trump on alleged immigration commentsMLK III calls out Trump on alleged immigration comments

    Martin Luther King Jr.'s eldest son is calling out Trump for comments on immigrants.

    WXIX / 19 h. 29 min. ago
  • 'Possibly the best American talent in the US lower divisions' joins FC ... - Cincinnati.com'Possibly the best American talent in the US lower divisions' joins FC ... - Cincinnati.com

    Cincinnati.com'Possibly the best American talent in the US lower divisions' joins FC ...Cincinnati.comNazmi Albadawi is FC Cincinnati's 15th signing this offseason. The soccer team begins its 2018 preseason Monday.and more »

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  • Top 5 Sledding HillsTop 5 Sledding Hills

    1) Harbin Park boasts the highest point in Fairfield, and its long hill is perfect for a truly satisfying sled ride. Even the rather arduous trek back up to the top doesn’t diminish the thrill. Harbin Park, 1300 Hunter Rd., (513) 867-5348, fairfield-city.org  2) On a snowy day, Mt. Washington’s Stanberry Park is sure to be packed with sled riders. This beautiful wooded park features one of “Cincinnati’s premier sledding hills”, which definitely sounds like a club any kid (or adventurous adult) would be psyched to join. Stanberry Park, 2221 Oxford Ave., cincinnatiparks.com 3) Although Clifton’s Mt. Storm Park is firstly famous for the Temple of Love gazebo-pavilion, its impressive sledding hill comes in at a close second. Mt. Storm Park, 700 LaFayette Ave., cincinnatiparks.com…View Original Post

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  • What's going on at Newport site suggested for FC Cincinnati stadium? - Cincinnati.comWhat's going on at Newport site suggested for FC Cincinnati stadium? - Cincinnati.com

    Cincinnati.comWhat's going on at Newport site suggested for FC Cincinnati stadium?Cincinnati.comOver the past several months, you might have seen crews doing sewer work on the Newport site proposed for a soccer stadium to host FC Cincinnati. It's one of the first signs of activity in a long time on the bare patch of land at the confluence of the ...

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  • Pregnant teen who sued over abortion leaves federal custodyPregnant teen who sued over abortion leaves federal custody

    A pregnant immigrant teenager who told a judge that she was being prevented from having an abortion while in federal custody has been released, giving her the ability to obtain the procedure.

    WXIX / 23 h. 30 min. ago
  • Services set for political giant Thomas LukenServices set for political giant Thomas Luken

    Funeral services have been set for Thomas A. Luken, one of Cincinnati’s political giants, who died Jan. 10 at age 92. Luken served the city for decades as a congressman, mayor and City Council member. Luken, the father of former Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken, suffered from Alzheimer’s disease. In addition to his son, survivors include his wife of 70 years, Shirley; four daughters, Mary Miller, Peggy Sandman, Elizabeth Luken and Martha Mocahbeed; two other sons, Timothy Luken and Matt Luken;…

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  • Cincinnati to remember Martin Luther King, Jr. with breakfast, march - WLWT CincinnatiCincinnati to remember Martin Luther King, Jr. with breakfast, march - WLWT Cincinnati

    Cincinnati.comCincinnati to remember Martin Luther King, Jr. with breakfast, marchWLWT CincinnatiThe breakfast, held at the National Underground Freedom Center on Rosa Parks Way, starts at 8 a.m. with a 9 a.m. program honoring the participants of the 2018 King Legacy Youth Leadership Program. Tickets for the breakfast are $35 and doors open at 7 ...The struggle to end racism still continuesCincinnati.comMartin Luther King Jr.'s friendship with a Cincinnati ministerWCPOall 4,350 news articles »

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  • Cincinnati alt-weekly CityBeat sold, lays off longtime editor and 3 othersCincinnati alt-weekly CityBeat sold, lays off longtime editor and 3 others

    Cincinnati's alternative weekly newspaper CityBeat was sold to new owners who laid off four of the paper's employees. CityBeat editor Danny Cross said in a Facebook post that he was among the four employees laid off after the sale of the paper. Cross led the paper as editor-in-chief since 2011. Prior to that, he served as web and special sections editor since 2007. According to Cross' post, CityBeat managing editor Maija Zummo will take over as editor of the paper. Zummo served as managing editor…

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  • DuVernay, 'black-ish,' 'Power' win at NAACP Image AwardsDuVernay, 'black-ish,' 'Power' win at NAACP Image Awards

    Mary J. Blige, Jay-Z, Anthony Anderson and Danny Glover will be in the spotlight at the 49th NAACP Image Awards Monday night.

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  • Rutgers has no answers for surging Ohio State in lopsided lossRutgers has no answers for surging Ohio State in lopsided loss

    Rutgers must play great defense, not good , coach Steve Pikiell said the other day. It had neither on Sunday night against Ohio State. The Buckeyes will go streaking into the Top 2

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  • Best of the week that was: Ohio State’s Keita Bates-Diop, Michigan shineBest of the week that was: Ohio State’s Keita Bates-Diop, Michigan shine

    As winter sets in, this much has become clear: Purdue is the Big Ten favorite. But don't count out Michigan State. And it looks like Michigan and Ohio State will be factors. H

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  • Police Say Man Charged With Kidnapping After Holding BoyPolice Say Man Charged With Kidnapping After Holding Boy

    Authorities outside Cincinnati have jailed a 31-year-old man after they say he surrendered to end a hostage standoff of around 30 hours.

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  • Another winter blast Monday will bring more accumulating snow - WLWT CincinnatiAnother winter blast Monday will bring more accumulating snow - WLWT Cincinnati

    WLWT CincinnatiAnother winter blast Monday will bring more accumulating snowWLWT CincinnatiA Winter Weather Advisory goes into effect overnight across the Tri-State and lasts until Monday evening. Advertisement. Interactive radar // Weather alerts. Meteorologist Ashley Brown says clouds will increase Sunday night, bringing more snow followed ...and more »

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  • Umphrey's McGee Welcomes Cincy Brass Band At 1st Of 2 At The Taft TheatreUmphrey's McGee Welcomes Cincy Brass Band At 1st Of 2 At The Taft Theatre

    Friday was a big day for Umphrey's McGee as the prog-jam-rockers released their eleventh studio album it's not us via their own imprint Nothing Too Fancy Music. So it was no surprise that the Chicago-based band was in a celebratory mood last night as they kicked off a two night run at the historic Taft Theatre in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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  • Local Love: Rebecca & PatrickLocal Love: Rebecca & Patrick

    March 25, 2017 “I was born and raised in Mt. Adams, which is pretty rare,” says Rebecca Reilly (née Stanley). Another rarity? Her love story with husband Patrick. Not many long-distance couples actually go the distance, but these two beat the odds. “We met at Monk’s Cove [a Mt. Adams bar], I asked her out, and then I went to Miami for three weeks,” says Patrick, then a medical student. “I moved back, we started dating, and then I moved to Chicago for eight weeks.” Once Patrick got a residency at a hospital in Cincinnati, Rebecca moved to Chicago—for two years. “We were rarely in the same city at the same time,” Rebecca says. “Everything should have been against us, but it actually was really easy.” …View Original Post

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  • Man holding boy hostage, firing at officers near CincinnatiMan holding boy hostage, firing at officers near Cincinnati

    Authorities outside Cincinnati say a man is holding a 10-year-old boy hostage at an apartment complex and has been shooting at officers and their vehicles. Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones says no one has been hurt since the hostage situation began early Saturday after midnight.

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  • Navigating Pregnancy PitfallsNavigating Pregnancy Pitfalls

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  • Have You Heard About Slime?Have You Heard About Slime?

    Kids buying up bottles upon bottles of glue for something they’re selling that’s been banned for sale at school maybe sounds like a thing that’d make a parent, um, nervous. Which makes the fact that it’s slime (yes, slime) all the more delightful. And not just slime, but fluffy slime, butter slime, pearl slime, clear slime, slime with sprinkles, slime with sparkles, slime slime slime. There’s a massive (and highly Instagram-ed) market of slime (yes, still slime) being made and sold around the country. Twelve-year-old Sarah Bowling, a seventh grader at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, is one such young slime entrepreneur. “It’s basically glue that gets hardened a little bit so it stretches and you can play with it—it’s a nice stress reliever, or if…View Original Post

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