Feds: Ohio Man Pleads Guilty To Purchasing Tiger Skin RugThe government says an Ohio man has pleaded guilty to buying a tiger skin rug.
'Racist Incidents' Pause Work On FC Cincinnati's Soccer StadiumOfficials say work on FC Cincinnati’s soccer stadium has been paused because there have been two “racist incidents” by workers in the past week.
Lost Stuffed Animal At Cincinnati Airport Takes Social Media By Storm Before Being Reunited With OwnerThe Cincinnati-area airport took a child's beloved stuffed animal for an impromptu tour, reaching many on social media, before uniting the toy Dalmatian with its family in Florida.
Ohio Governor, Senator Say No Military Help Needed To Quell ProtestsGov. Mike DeWine and Senator Rob Portman have both said there is no need for sending the military into Ohio to quell protests.
Man Will Face Possible Death Penalty In Ohio Police Officer's DeathAn Ohio prosecutor says a grand jury has indicted a man on 10 counts that include an aggravated murder charge that carries a potential death sentence in the death of a police officer.
Federal Appeals Court Blocks Ohio From Executing Man Sentenced For The Rape, Murder Of 12-Year-Old Boy ScoutA federal appeals court has again ruled that Ohio can’t execute a man who is intellectually disabled and was sentenced to death for the rape and murder of a 12-year-old Boy Scout.
Cincinnati Zoo Seeks Donations For Australia Wildlife To Celebrate Hippo Fiona's 3rd BirthdayThe Cincinnati Zoo is using the third birthday of its beloved hippo that was born premature as a way to raise money for Australian wildlife affected by the recent bushfires.
Man Sentenced For Punching Trump Protester Outside RallyA Kentucky man who punched a protester outside of an August rally for President Donald Trump in Cincinnati was sentenced Friday to 120 days in jail.
Former Bengals Coach Sam Wyche Dies At 74Sam Wyche, the innovative former coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, has died at 74.
Ohio Appeals Court Overturns Part Of Ban On Homeless CampA judge’s ban on homeless camps in the county that includes Cincinnati can apply to public land but not to private property, an Ohio appeals court has ruled.
City Must Pay Lost Wages To Officer Who Used Racial SlurAn arbitrator has ruled that the city of Cincinnati must pay lost wages to a black police officer who was suspended for using a racial slur.