Cincinnati News

Mother, Daughter Killed By SUV

Posted On October 13, 2014

(Colerain Township, OH) -- Colerain Township police are investigating the deaths of a mother and daughter while they were out for a walk. It happened last night at East Miami River Road and Colerain Avenue, when the women were struck by an SUV. The victims have not yet been identified. Police say the driver did…

Tattoos Help Police Nab Jewelry Thief

Posted On October 13, 2014

(Colerain Township, OH) -- An accused jewelry thief will face a judge today after his distinctive tattoos helped Colerain Township police track him down. Brandon Ogden was arrested this past weekend, four months after allegedly running out of Voss Jewelry with ten-thousand-dollars in loot. Detectives say surveillance video showing his tattoos were combined with fingerprints…

Some Offices Closed For Columbus Day

Posted On October 13, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Several government offices will be closed today for the Columbus Day holiday. Federal and state offices and the courts will be closed, with no mail delivery. It'll be business as usual for most schools and trash collection will go off as scheduled in Cincinnati.

Gas Prices Dropping Below Three-Dollars

Posted On October 13, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Some Tri-State drivers are paying less than three-dollars for gas. CincyGasPrices.com reports the average price of self-serve regular is down 15-cents this week to three-dollars-three-cents a gallon. The new local average is getting a boost from stations in Fairfield and Springdale, where gas is as cheap as two-dollars-84-cents a gallon.

Local Organization Helping Ebola Fight

Posted On October 13, 2014

(Blue Ash, OH) -- A Tri-State organization is helping fight Ebola in Africa. Matthew 25 Ministries members are shipping medical supplies, food and cleaning items to Liberia, where more than two-thousand people have died from the virus. It's the second such shipment for the group, which says the Ebola outbreak caused Liberia's healthcare system to…