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Gas Price Decline Continues

Posted On January 26, 2015

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Tri-State gas prices are falling again after a one-week spike. CincyGasPrices.com reports the average price of self-serve regular is down 13 cents this week to one-dollar-91-cents a gallon. Drivers will find the cheapest gas in Milford, Loveland and Batavia, where service stations are charging one-dollar-75-cents a gallon.

Homeless Man Arrested For Email Threats

Posted On January 26, 2015

(Cincinnati, OH) -- A homeless man is behind bars, accused of threatening to kill Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley. Police say David Lask fired off dozens of emails this month to Cranley's office, filled with threats to hurt the mayor and Governor John Kasich. Lask is charged with telecommunications harassment.

Eastbound Travelers Facing Flight Cancellations

Posted On January 26, 2015

(Hebron, KY) -- Tri-State travelers heading to the Northeast are being asked to call their airline before leaving for the airport. Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport officials say airlines are canceling hundreds of flights as a major winter storm bears down on New York City, Boston and other cities. Forecasts call for as much as 30-inches…

Police: Father Ditches Kids To Flee

Posted On January 26, 2015

(Cincinnati, OH) -- A Cincinnati man will be in court today, accused of leaving his kids behind to run from police. Cincinnati police say Joseph Sims had three children and open containers of alcohol in his car yesterday when he refused to stop for officers. Sims eventually jumped from the car and tried to run…

Gas Prices Higher This Week

Posted On January 19, 2015

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Gas prices are taking a turn upward in the Tri-State. CincyGasPrices.com reports the average price of self-serve regular is up eleven-cents this week to two-dollars-33-cents a gallon. The lowest prices are two-dollars-20-cents in Milford and Loveland, but drivers can also expect to pay two-dollars-50-cents a gallon or more in several communities.