Cincinnati News

Water Safe After Ohio River Spill

Posted On August 20, 2014

(New Richmond, OH) -- Human error is being blamed for a massive diesel fuel spill into the Ohio River. Coast Guard and EPA officials say someone left a valve open yesterday at Duke Energy's Beckjord Station, dumping five-thousand-gallons of fuel into the water. Despite the scope of the spill, Cincinnati Water Works officials say drinking…

Man Injured In Plane Crash

Posted On August 20, 2014

(Tate Township, OH) -- A Clermont County man is in the hospital after a small plane crash. The State Highway Patrol says Roland Franke had just taken off from his Tate Township property yesterday when he experienced engine trouble and crashed while circling around. Franke was airlifted to a Cincinnati hospital with serious injuries.

Scathing CVG Board Audit Released

Posted On August 20, 2014

(Hebron, KY) -- The board that runs the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport is being accused of placing politics over passengers. Kentucky Auditor Adam Edelen released a scathing report on the Kenton County Airport Board, citing wild spending, cronyism and political infighting. The audit calls for a sweeping overhaul of the board to include representatives from…

Job Fair Features Hundreds Of Positions

Posted On August 20, 2014

(Covington, KY) -- Hundreds of jobs are up for grabs today in Covington. The JobNewsCincy.com job fair will feature one-thousand jobs with nearly two-dozen local employers. The job fair is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Radisson Hotel Covington on West Fifth Street.

Cincinnati Among Most-Honest Cities

Posted On August 20, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Tri-State residents are being ranked among some of the most honest people in the country. The National Honesty Index report gives Greater Cincinnati a 95-percent honesty grade, based on "honor system" sales from an unmanned Honest Tea kiosk in Fountain Square. Honolulu, Hawaii residents topped the list with a perfect score.