Cincinnati News

Ebola Patient’s Plane Disinfected, Back In Service

Posted On October 15, 2014

(Cleveland, OH) -- The plane quarantined at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport after an Ebola patient traveled on board is apparently back in service. WEWS-TV reports the Frontier Airlines jet was decontaminated and loaded with passengers this afternoon for a flight to Atlanta. Frontier's schedule calls for the plane to then leave Atlanta for Denver and…

“Freak Accident” Costs Man His Hand

Posted On October 15, 2014

(Springfield Township, OH) -- A Hamilton County man is in the hospital after a freak accident at a laundromat. Springfield Township police say the man was adjusting a comforter in a washing machine at Andy's Laundromat yesterday when he became caught in the machine. The victim lost his hand in the accident.

Same-Sex Couples Flocking To Indiana

Posted On October 15, 2014

(Lawrenceburg, IN) -- Gay couples in southwest Ohio are traveling to Indiana to take advantage of a court ruling that overturned the state's same-sex marriage ban. Dearborn County officials say they've issued five times the typical number of marriage licenses, with many going to couples from Greater Cincinnati. Same-sex unions are still illegal in Ohio,…

Hunter Convicted Of One Charge

Posted On October 15, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Hamilton County Juvenile Court Judge Tracie Hunter is facing the end of her career after less than two years on the bench. A jury convicted Hunter yesterday of unlawful interest in a public contract, but could not reach verdicts on eight other charges against her. Hunter was convicted of illegally supplying court…

Bengals Host Blood And Marrow Drive

Posted On October 15, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- You can do your part to help the Cincinnati Bengals block blood cancers. The annual Bengals Blood and Bone Marrow Drive takes place today at Paul Brown Stadium. People interested in being bone marrow donors can have their cheek swabbed anytime from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Blood donation appointments are full,…