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A death investigation is underway after a person was found dead inside a car that was fully engulfed in flames Wednesday night. Blue Ash police dispatch said crews were called to the scene around 9:29 p.m. in the 4500 block of Glendale Milford Road. Police said crews on the scene found a car fully engulfed […]

Orkin released their 2020 top 50 bed bug cities list, and this year, Cincinnati ranked in the top 10. The list is based on the number of new bed bug treatments Orkin performed in each metro area from Dec. 1, 2018, through Nov. 30, 2019. Cincinnati was ranked No. 8 and moved down one spot from […]

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is in Cincinnati. The actor and retired professional wrestler was spotted by several people Thursday afternoon in downtown Cincinnati. Sightings of the “Jumanji” actor were reported across the metro area Thursday afternoon, with several people posting photos of Johnson on social media. The below is a photo of Johnson at FirstGroup […]

Drivers traveling along a Kentucky highway didn’t have to check their direct messages to receive the infamous sexting request: send nudes. An electronic road sign that was hacked early Thursday morning asked drivers on Highway 92 in Pine Knot to “send nudes,” news outlets reported. Officials with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet said someone had hacked […]

If you missed “Facebook Live Friday,” no worries, you watch it right here! Today’s guest: Jeff Pastor dropped by to talk about politics, the Gang of 5 and his view on the Evans Landscape case. Today’s Plate: The main course includes Trump and the possibility of going to war. Donald Trump and the high tensions […]

The removal of controversial statues, plaques, and other “memorials” from within a community have always been a hot-button topic and received mix reactions from community members. But that didn’t stop one city councilman from wanting to remove a statue from Eden Park. Councilman Chris Seelbach tweeted Monday that he wanted to remove the statue of […]

A 25-year-old man is under arrest on charges connected to the fentanyl-overdose death of a 1-year-old boy. Charles Foggie was booked into the Hamilton County jail Sunday, jail records show He was indicted Dec. 18th on charges of involuntary manslaughter and endangering children, a copy of his indictment shows. Brayden Foggie died at Cincinnati Children’s […]

A Cincinnati police sergeant who was fired and another officer who retired both lost their police powers last year. They were paid thousands of dollars for time they didn’t work – and one of them tried to cover it up by backdating and submitting forms; records released Thursday to FOX19 NOW show. Sgt. LaKisha Gross […]

Former Cincinnati Bengals and Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Sam Wyche died Thursday in South Carolina after recently being diagnosed with cancer. He was 74. Wyche’s son, Zak Wyche, confirmed the news to WCPO in Cincinnati. “It was in his liver, and he just went really fast,” Zak said. “He was able to walk around Saturday with a walker, and then the next […]

The holiday season won’t be worry-free for the so-called Gang of Five at Cincinnati City Hall. Tamaya Dennard, Greg Landsman, Chris Seelbach, P. G. Sittenfeld, and Wendell Young are facing the possibility of criminal prosecution. State Auditor Keith Faber identified the potential offense as a dereliction of duty. He returned the seemingly settled case back […]

The drama isn’t over for five Cincinnati city council members accused of conducting public business in private last year. Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters told WLWT exclusively that the state auditor is expected to make a referral for criminal prosecution. That means the self-proclaimed “Gang of Five” and their controversial text messages will be investigated […]

Some Dater High School students have reported that classmates are robbing and assaulting them on Metro buses and at the bus stop. One group of students, in particular, have reported the attacks: students whose families have migrated to the city to escape violence in Central America. Now parents and advocates say they’re worried about their […]