Cincinnati News

Max Sentence For Father’s Killer

Posted On February 26, 2015

(Cincinnati, OH) -- A career criminal could spend the rest of his life in prison for killing a Cincinnati father. Frank Curtis was sentenced yesterday to 31-years to life behind bars for his conviction on murder and robbery charges. Curtis gunned down Darryl Chatman last year during a holdup, leaving Chatman's six children without their…

Police Body Camera Funds Sought

Posted On February 26, 2015

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati city officials are hoping federal funds will help outfit all police officers with body cameras. The city is asking the feds to pay for the rollout of the cameras and data storage systems. City Council and police officials are pushing for the cameras to help improve relationships between officers and the…

Hamilton Bans Marijuana Businesses

Posted On February 26, 2015

(Hamilton, OH) -- Marijuana is not yet legal in Ohio, but it's not stopping Hamilton city officials from being ready. City Council voted last night to ban medical marijuana shops if the drug is legalized in the state. Supporters of the ban say they don't want pot sold in their backyards, but critics say the…

Bunbury Lineup Unveiled

Posted On February 26, 2015

(Cincinnati, OH) -- An eclectic mix of musicians will headline this year's Bunbury Music Festival. Organizers say The Black Keys, The Avett Brothers and Snoop Dogg top the list of 50 acts that will perform in June at Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove. More information on the lineup and tickets is online at www.bunburyfestival.com.

Princeton Alumni Work To Save Murals

Posted On February 26, 2015

(Sharonville, OH) -- The clock is ticking for Princeton High School alumni to save precious artwork from being demolished with the building. They're trying to raise 125-thousand dollars to remove a series of nearly 60-year-old murals and make them a stand-alone exhibit outside the new school. The alumni group is collecting donations at fundrazr.com.