Cincinnati, Ohio News
Two shot near Vine and Elder in Over-the-Rhine Police are on the scene after two people were shot in Over-the-Rhine on Friday afternoon.
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Security top priority for Cincinnati Pride this weekend Security is the top priority for this year's Cincinnati Pride Parade and Festival this weekend.
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Man running 220 miles across Ohio to raise autism awareness Some run for fun, others for fitness, but one young man is doing it to raise awareness, and his path isn’t a short one.
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Murder suspect caught on camera grabbing for officer's gun Shocking moments were caught on camera as a Cincinnati Police officer fought off a murder suspect trying to steal his gun.
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17 arrested in Kentucky child porn crackdown Seventeen arrests have been made in a two-month child porn crackdown across Kentucky, officials announced Friday.
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Man admits to two Delhi burglaries, police say A man is facing charges after police say he admitted to two Delhi burglaries.
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Sobriety checkpoint planned Friday night in Middletown Officials are cracking down on drunken driving Friday night in Butler County.
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Late-night OVI checkpoint planned near University of Cincinnati A sobriety checkpoint will be held Friday night near the University of Cincinnati, officials with the Hamilton County OVI task force announced.
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Police: Son of ex-Bengals running back shot in Portland A homeowner in Portland shot an intruder this week who turned out to be former Detroit Lions cornerback Stanley Wilson II, authorities said.
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Kentucky bill would make targeting public safety workers a hate crime A state lawmaker from Louisville has introduced a bill that would make it a hate crime to target police officers, firefighters or emergency medical service workers.
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