Cincinnati News

Former North Korean Captive Returns Home To Ohio

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Miamisburg, OH) -- Jeffrey Fowle is back home in Ohio after spending months as a prisoner in North Korea.   Attorney Tim Tepe read a brief statement from the family today, saying Fowle is in good health. He also said the family is "overjoyed" at Jeff's safe return, but mindful that other Americans are still…

Federal Employee Allegedly Steals Files

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Wilmington, OH) -- A Wilmington woman is being accused of stealing sensitive U.S. government files. Federal prosecutors say Xiafen "Sherry" Chen was arrested this week after she hacked into a database to steal information on dams around the country. Chen was able to get access to the files through her job at the National Weather…

Woman Arrested After Park Stabbing

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Norwood, OH) -- Norwood police are piecing together details of brutal attack in a city park. Investigators want to know why Melissa Morgan allegedly plunged a knife into the neck of a man yesterday at Hunter Park. The victim is in the hospital, recovering from surgery, while Morgan is locked up on felonious assault and…

New Contract For Cincinnati Police

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati City Council will vote today on a new contract with the police union. The two-year deal includes small raises for officers and more advance warning of layoffs. Police union leaders say the salary increases will be the first for officers in four years.

Tracie Hunter’s Law License Suspended

Posted On October 22, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Hamilton County Juvenile Judge Tracie Hunter is a step closer to disbarment after her felony conviction. The Ohio Supreme Court suspended Hunter's law license yesterday, and suspended her from the bench without pay. Hunter had been taking a salary since January, when she was first indicted and removed from the court.