Cincinnati News

Lauren Hill Enters Hospice Care

Posted On December 04, 2014

(Lawrenceburg, IN) -- Lauren Hill's inspirational journey in the face of terminal cancer is coming to an end. Hill's family announced yesterday that she's entering hospice care as her brain cancer symptoms change and intensify. The Mount Saint Joseph basketball player remains in good spirits despite her condition.

Vigil Tonight To Mark Concert Tragedy

Posted On December 03, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- A vigil tonight at U.S. Bank Arena will commemorate the deadliest concert tragedy in American history. The ceremony will honor the eleven people killed 35 years ago today when they were crushed in a rush for festival seating to see The Who at Riverfront Coliseum. Lanterns for the victims will be lit…

NAACP Bringing 2016 Convention To Cincinnati

Posted On December 03, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati will again play host to the NAACP's national convention. The civil rights group picked the city to host its 2016 event, citing its vibrant downtown and Ohio's position as a swing state in the presidential election. Cincinnati city officials say the convention will attract ten-thousand visitors and pump four-million-dollars into the…

City Loses Streetcar Utility Fight

Posted On December 03, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- The pricetag on Cincinnati's streetcar project will jump by 15-million-dollars. A Hamilton County judge ruled yesterday the city must pay Duke Energy to move utility lines for the project instead of forcing the company to foot the bill. The decision boosts the streetcar project's cost to nearly 150-million-dollars.

Officer Injured, Suspect Dead After Shootout

Posted On December 03, 2014

(Florence, KY) -- A Florence police officer is recovering after a shootout during a drug bust. Police officials say Lieutenant Roger Allen was either grazed by a bullet or hurt getting out of the way yesterday when a suspect opened fire at the Super Eight on Dream Street. Other officers returned fire, killing the suspect.…