Cincinnati News

Chardon Schools Closed After Lane Escape

Posted On September 12, 2014

(Chardon, OH) -- Chardon, Ohio schools will remain closed today despite the capture of convicted high school gunman T.J. Lane. Superintendent Michael Hanlon closed the schools as a safety precaution when Lane escaped from prison last night, but will keep them closed to help everyone heal.   Hanlon says counselors will be available at Chardon…

Metro Connecting With Young Professionals

Posted On September 12, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati's young professionals can get acquainted with mass transit this weekend. Metro is offering an entertainment bus ride tomorrow night, with stops in Over-the-Rhine, downtown and other neighborhoods. Transit agency officials say the one-night-only service will show young professionals the convenience of riding a bus. More information is online at www.cincyyp.org.

Deters Investigating Summit Country Day Athletes

Posted On September 12, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- An investigation is underway into misconduct by students at Summit Country Day School. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters says they're looking into the soccer team's bad behavior last week on an out-of-town trip. Summit Country Day officials say the students committed serious violations of school rules and have been disciplined.

Handyman To Get Life Sentence

Posted On September 12, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- A Cincinnati handyman will spend the rest of his life in prison for killing an elderly man. A Hamilton County jury recommended life without parole last night for Daniel Davis, just one week after he was convicted of aggravated murder and other charges. Davis beat and stabbed 79-year-old John Lauck in 2012…

Children’s Hospital Limiting Visitors

Posted On September 12, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Visitor restrictions are in place at Cincinnati Children's Hospital amid an outbreak of respiratory illnesses. Hospital officials say all visitors should be healthy and visitation by children is being limited to siblings only. The restrictions took effect yesterday after dozens of children were treated this week for suspected cases of enterovirus-D68.