Cincinnati News

Kentucky Senate Candidate Posts Anti-Semitic Signs

Posted On September 19, 2014

(Louisville, KY) -- A U.S. Senate candidate is raising plenty of eyebrows by posting racist signs in Northern Kentucky. WLWT-TV in Cincinnati says Robert Ransdell admits the controversial "With Jews You Lose" campaign signs are his. Ransdell says he believes there is no such thing as racial equality. The outspoken Ransdell has filed as a…

Mahogany’s Owner Backs Off Lawsuit Threat

Posted On September 19, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati city officials are no longer under threat of a lawsuit by the owner of the shuttered Mahogany's at The Banks. Liz Rogers' attorney told officials yesterday a lawsuit would be divisive and not the best deal for taxpayers. Rogers wants to meet with the city soon to discuss ways to repay…

Mayor Unveils Big Plans In Speech

Posted On September 19, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley has big plans for the next year. Cranley unveiled some new ideas and reaffirmed commitments to old ones last night in his first State of the City Speech. The mayor's new plans call for job training and economic development, while making Cincinnati neighborhoods more vibrant.

Sparks Fly In Hunter Trial

Posted On September 18, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Tensions in the public corruption trial of Hamilton County Juvenile Judge Tracie Hunter are reaching a new level. Hunter's attorney and an assistant county prosecutor went toe-to-toe for several hours of testimony yesterday over allegations that the judge backdated documents. Prosecutors say the forged documents caused some violent teen offenders to go…

Murder Suspect Avoids Death With Plea

Posted On September 18, 2014

(Lebanon, OH) -- One of two men accused of killing a Warren County teenager will avoid death row with a guilty plea. Prosecutors say Timothy Mosley will take a deal that drops the death penalty as long as he testifies against the second suspect. Austin Myers goes on trial next week for allegedly teaming up…