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Maysville Damage Not Caused By Tornado

Posted On October 09, 2014

(Maysville, KY) -- A tornado is not responsible for the widespread damage reported after storms this week in a northern Kentucky community. National Weather Service officials say straight line winds of 75-miles-per-hour slammed Maysville on Tuesday, snapping trees and causing damage to homes and businesses. An EF-Zero twister was confirmed near New Columbus in Owen…

Officer Issues Apology For Canine’s Death

Posted On October 08, 2014

(Montville Twp., OH) -- The Montville Township police officer who left his canine in the car is apologizing for the dog's death. Police Chief Terry Grice says Sergeant Brett Harrison is on suspension for two weeks without pay.   Sergeant Harrison issued an apology yesterday. He says he wishes he could go back in time…

Tracie Hunter Jury To Begin Deliberations

Posted On October 08, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- The jury in the Judge Tracie Hunter trial will begin deliberations this afternoon. Closing arguments are stretching into a third day today to allow prosecutors to finish their rebuttal to Hunter's attorney, who told jurors the case is based on trumped-up allegations. Hunter is accused of backdating court documents and misusing a…

Storm Rakes Northern Kentucky

Posted On October 08, 2014

(Maysville, KY) -- National Weather Service officials will visit a northern Kentucky community today to determine whether a tornado struck. A storm yesterday brought heavy rain and high winds to Maysville yesterday, downing trees, toppling trucks and damaging homes and businesses. Despite the widespread damage, no injuries were reported.

Duke Energy Admits Billing Mistake

Posted On October 08, 2014

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Duke Energy is apologizing to thousands of customers for a mistake that could hurt their credit ratings. Utility officials say they incorrectly told credit reporting agencies that 500-thousand customers had late payments. The error affects customers on budget billing plans in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, but has since been reversed.