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Bengals Regain AFC North Lead

Posted On October 27, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- The Cincinnati Bengals are all alone atop the AFC North after a thrilling, come-from-behind victory. Andy Dalton's quarterback sneak for a touchdown in the final minute helped the Bengals beat the Baltimore Ravens, 27-to-24. The Bengals now lead their division with a four-two-and-one record and have swept the season series with the…

Average Gas Price Below Three-Dollars

Posted On October 27, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- More Tri-State drivers are paying less than three-dollars a gallon for gas. CincyGasPrices.com reports the average price of self-serve regular is down 15-cents to two-dollars-95-cents a gallon. The cheapest gas is in Fairfield, where service stations are charging two-dollars-76-cents a gallon.

Police Investigate Sewer Grate Thefts

Posted On October 24, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati police are looking for the suspects who are ripping sewer grates out of the streets. Several steel grates have been stolen recently from the Riverside and Salyer Park neighborhoods, leaving dangerous holes in the roads. City officials say the grates cost more than 100-dollars each, but fetch a fraction of that…

Landlord Fined Over Lead Paint

Posted On October 24, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- More than 200 rental homes will get needed upgrades as part of a federal settlement with a Cincinnati landlord. Government agencies say Meyer Management will replace windows and remove lead-based paint after failing to tell tenants about the potential hazards. At least five children became sick after being exposed to lead in…

Details Of McNicholas Assault Released

Posted On October 24, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- A police report is shedding new light on an assault involving student-athletes at McNicholas High School. WLWT-TV reports four freshman football players roughed up a teammate in the locker room this month, kicking the boy in the groin and performing lewd acts. Charges have not yet been filed against the students, who…