(Hamilton, OH) -- The Butler County Children's Services strike is being fought with nasty words in the media. County officials yesterday claimed the social workers' union is lying about a decline in services and is intimidating non-striking workers. Union leaders are standing by their position that casework is not being done. A negotiating session scheduled…
(Mason, OH) -- Kings Island officials are making good on their promise to help kick cancer. Amusement park officials presented 186-thousand-dollars yesterday to three anti-cancer groups through the "Kings Island Kicks Cancer" campaign. Visitors bought soccer balls to kick into the park's fountain during the past month for a chance to win a new car.
(Cincinnati, OH) -- The Tri-State could be in for its first heat wave of the summer. National Weather Service forecasters say high temperatures will be near or above 90-degrees through at least Wednesday. The heat could spawn some strong, but brief showers and thunderstorms before temperatures cool off a bit on Thursday.
(Fairfield, OH) -- More details are expected today in the drowning death of a Fairfield child. Police say the 18-month-old victim fell into a decorative pond last night at a Casey Court home. The toddler died at Mercy Health Fairfield Hospital.
(Cincinnati, OH) -- Construction of the Cincinnati streetcar project is moving downtown. City officials say Court Street will be closed between Walnut and Vine streets between 8 p.m. tonight and 6 a.m. Monday while crews lay more tracks. You can find detour routes online at www.roadmapcincy.com.