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Planned Parenthood Sues To Stay Open

Posted On November 12, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- The fate of Cincinnati's last abortion clinic is in the hands of a federal judge. Planned Parenthood claims an Ohio law requiring patient-transfer agreements with private hospitals will put its Mount Auburn clinic out of business. Private hospitals in the region won't make deals with the group on religious grounds, possibly leaving…

Allegiant Air Launching More Flights

Posted On November 12, 2014

(Hebron, KY) -- Allegiant Air is expanding its reach out of Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport. The low-fare airline announced yesterday the start of new nonstop flights to Jacksonville, Florida in February. It will be the eighth destination served by Allegiant at CVG, including non-stop service to Phoenix that begins this week.

Boy Honored For Life-Saving Call

Posted On November 12, 2014

(Springfield Twp., OH) -- A Hamilton County boy is being recognized for a phone call that saved his mom's life. Seven-year-old Zachary Havrilla was honored yesterday with the 911 Hero Award for calling for help last month when his mom suffered a medical emergency. Zachary says practicing at home allowed him to stay calm and…

Whooping Cough Outbreak In Cincinnati

Posted On November 11, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Twenty students are back in class after coming down with pertussis, which is better known as whooping cough. The principal at Elder High School in Cincinnati says all students who tested positive underwent a five-day regimen of antibiotics while being kept at home. Five students at Cincinnati Hills Christian academy have also…

Veterans Day Observed Today

Posted On November 11, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- The sacrifices made by military veterans are being remembered today across the Tri-State. Veterans Day is also a government holiday, so county, state and federal offices are closed. There will be no mail service and most banks will be closed.