(Columbus, OH) -- Ohioans are being warned about a new telephone scam. The Ohio attorney general's office says calls appearing to come from 911 are designed to scare people into providing money or personal information to avoid arrest. Nearly 20 such calls have been reported in 17 Ohio counties this past month.
(Cincinnati, OH) -- The search is underway for a suspect in a shooting in Winton Place. Cincinnati police say it happened last night outside a service station on West Mitchell Avenue. The victim was taken to University of Cincinnati Medical Center, but there's no word on his condition.
(Louisville, KY) -- A man who shuttled prostitutes between Ohio and Kentucky is going to prison. Christopher Hisle was sentenced yesterday to 15 years in a federal lockup for human trafficking. Hisle held a dozen women hostage in an Avondale home, using them as sex slaves in Cincinnati and Louisville.
(Cincinnati, OH) -- Drivers can recharge their electric cars at the Cincinnati Zoo. City officials unveiled the fast-charger station yesterday as part of a citywide project to take care of commuters with electric vehicles. Four other car-charging stations are being planned at the University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Cincinnati State and Findlay Market.
(Cincinnati, OH) -- There are some tasty new additions to the menu at Great American Ball Park. The Cincinnati Reds unveiled several new food choices yesterday that go beyond hot dogs and peanuts to include fries covered in coleslaw, buffalo chicken and other toppings. Fans can wash it down at one of 20 self-serve beer…