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VA Officials Hold Town Hall Meeting

Posted On September 23, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Patients of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center are working with officials to improve their experience. VA officials held their first town hall meeting last night to discuss medical and scheduling problems at the hospital. The meetings were ordered nationwide by new VA Secretary Bob McDonald in an effort to improve communication and…

Brothers Identified As Plane Crash Victims

Posted On September 23, 2014

(Liberty Twp., OH) -- The family of two Butler County men are planning their funerals after a fiery plane crash this past weekend. Brothers Steven and Jeff Krummen were identified by relatives as the victims of the crash in Liberty Township. Federal investigators don't know yet who was flying the aerobatic biplane when it went…

Oktoberfest Attendance Smashes Records

Posted On September 23, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Oktoberfest Zinzinnati organizers say this year's event was their biggest ever. More than 650-thousand people enjoyed the celebration of German heritage this past weekend, shattering the event's attendance record. Crowds got a boost from great weather and the Bearcats and Bengals playing at Paul Brown Stadium.

Accused Killer Facing Death Penalty

Posted On September 22, 2014

(Lebanon, OH) -- Jury selection is scheduled to begin today in the trial of a Warren County murder suspect. Austin Myers is facing the death penalty for allegedly killing 18-year-old Justin Back last year at the victim's Wayne Township home. Accused partner in crime Timothy Mosley will testify against Myers to spare himself the death…

Cincinnati Ranked Among “Opportunity Cities”

Posted On September 22, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati is being ranked among the top U.S. cities for getting a head start in the business world. "Forbes" magazine ranks the city 18th on its list of "opportunity cities," citing the affordable cost of living, improving unemployment rate and number of Fortune 500 companies. Columbus topped the list.