Cincinnati News

Mahogany’s Closed By State

Posted On August 27, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- An embattled Cincinnati restaurant could be closed for a long time after it was padlocked by the state. The Ohio Department of Taxation shuttered Mahogany's at The Banks yesterday because it was behind on sales tax payments. There's no word how much the restaurant's owners owe the state. Mahogany's was briefly closed…

Girl Accused Of Making School Threat

Posted On August 27, 2014

(Franklin, OH) -- Felony charges are being filed against a Franklin teenager accused of threatening a mass shooting at her school. Police say the 15-year-old Franklin Senior High School student was arrested yesterday after explaining her plot to classmates. The girl did not have any weapons on school property.

Surgery Scheduled For Battery-Swallowing Boy

Posted On August 27, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- A Tri-State boy will undergo what doctors say will be his last surgery to repair damage caused when he swallowed a button battery. Cincinnati Children's Hospital doctors will graft one of Emmett Rauch's ribs to his throat, allowing the boy to speak and breathe normally. Emmett has undergone extensive surgeries and therapy…

Teen’s Body Recovered From River

Posted On August 27, 2014

(Monroe, OH) -- Funeral arrangements are pending for a Butler County teenager who drowned in the Great Miami River. Sheriff's deputies say the body of 13-year-old Caleb Spivey was recovered yesterday. Spivey went missing Monday night while fishing with another teenager in Lemon Townshp when the current swept them downriver. The other boy was able…

Handyman Facing Death Penalty For Murder

Posted On August 26, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Testimony resumes today in the trial of a Cincinnati handyman accused of killing his employer. Daniel Davis is facing the death penalty for the 2012 murder of 79-year-old John Louck. Davis allegedly stabbed and strangled Louck in his East Price Hill home while robbing the man for drug money.