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Funeral Today For Little Miami Student

Posted On September 17, 2014

(Maineville, OH) -- Family and friends of a Little Miami High School student-athlete will pay their final respects today. The funeral for 17-year-old Brayden Thornbury is scheduled for 10 a.m. at Fellowship Baptist Church in Maineville. Thornbury died this past weekend of injuries suffered in a crash. Little Miami High School is closed today so…

Search Underway For Missing Mom

Posted On September 17, 2014

(Covington, KY) -- The search is underway for a missing Covington mother. Police say 27-year-old Phyllis Neace was last seen August 29th near 16th and Madison streets. Investigators are getting Neace's picture out on television and social media, while her friends are hanging posters seeking information throughout the city.

Judge Rejects Hunter’s Recusal Request

Posted On September 17, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Hamilton County Judge Tracie Hunter's trial continues today with the current judge on the bench. Judge Norbert Nadel rejected Hunter's written request to step down yesterday, rejecting a host of arguments without comment. Hunter is accused of misusing a county credit card, a charge that has been the focus in early prosecution…

Greater Police Presence Downtown This Weekend

Posted On September 17, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati police are ramping up security downtown for this weekend's Oktoberfest. Police patrols will increase, with officers on wheels and on foot, to prevent attacks like those reported during Taste of Cincinnati. As many as 600-thousand people are expected downtown for Oktoberfest, with thousands more attending Cincinnati Bengals and University of Cincinnati…

City: No Bailout For Mahogany’s Owner

Posted On September 17, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati city officials appear poised to reject a bailout offer for Mahogany's at The Banks. A statement from City Hall yesterday reaffirms the position that the restaurant's closing is between Mahogany's owner and the landlord. Owner Liz Rogers wants the city to forgive her debt or face a lawsuit.