Cincinnati News

Hunter Jury Resumes Deliberations

Posted On October 14, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Jury deliberations resume today the trial of Hamilton County Juvenile Judge Tracie Hunter. The panel broke for the weekend Friday after reaching a verdict on one count, but deadlocking on eight others. The verdict on the charge of unlawful interest in a public contract was sealed by the court until other verdicts…

Stormy Weather Expected Today

Posted On October 14, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- The Tri-State is in line for some stormy weather today. The National Weather Service says a powerful storm system responsible for tornadoes yesterday is packing the threat of high winds and heavy rain along the Ohio River. As much as two inches of rain is expected to fall, increasing the risk for…

Cirque Du Soleil Performing At Graeter’s

Posted On October 14, 2014

(Newport, KY) -- Cirque Du Soleil will be celebrating its arrival in the Tri-State. Performers are planning a show this evening at the Graeter's store on Grand Avenue in Newport to promote this week's shows at The Bank of Kentucky Center. The show is scheduled to begin at 5:45, weather permitting.

Sales Tax Hike In County Budget

Posted On October 14, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Hamilton County shoppers may be paying more to fund county government. Next year's proposed county budget calls for a quarter percent sales tax hike and a cut in property taxes. Supporters want to shift the burden of funding government off property owners, but critics are opposed to raising any taxes.

Council May Declare Mahogany’s In Default

Posted On October 14, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati City Council will open debate this week on a move to recoup money loaned to the failed Mahogany's at The Banks. Councilman Kevin Flynn wants the city to declare Liz Rogers in default of nearly one-million dollars in loans and grants and seize the Hamilton restaurant used as collateral. There's no…