No charges filed against Bengals’ Jones in February casino incident

Cincinnati Bengals player Adam Jones will not be charged for his role in a late-night casino incident in February. The Indiana Gaming Commission is releasing more information about the confrontation that lead to a Cincinnati Bengals player being asked to leave an Indiana casino. More A Cincinnati Bengals player was asked to leave a Southeast […]

Reward Offered For Information On Polaris Saks Thief

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A male sanctimonious to emporium for garments walks out wearing them though profitable a dime. Surveillance video from Saks Fifth Avenue during Polaris shows a male combing by a racks in a men’s department. He takes 8 pieces of wardrobe into a wise room, though came out with usually six Authorities contend […]

Dozens Of Dogs Quarantined At Muskingum Dog Pound Due To Distemper

Muskingum County, Ohio – An bid is underway to stop distemper from swelling in Muskingum County’s dog pound.  They’ve had to euthanize dual dogs so distant and they’re quarantining dozens of others. There are 30 dogs right now during a pound.  They will be brought to a building during a fairgrounds and quarantined for about […]

Cincinnati native Adrien Broner to headline boxing match Saturday

Saturday night boxing moves back to prime-time with Premier Boxing Champions on NBC. Cincinnati native Adrien Broner will be the main event. Usually this is how big-time sports television works: The network pays for the right to air an event. More “You know, Adrien is a great fighter. He is a challenging fighter, he is […]

Arnold Sports Festival

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Arnold Sports Festival is behind in city this weekend, and this year it’s bigger than ever. The festival has combined new events to a weekend, including rowing, front golf, wrestling and archery. One of a code new archery competitions will underline 45 students from Worthington. It’s also stretched to embody a Kids […]

Greater Cincinnati SWAT teams sight for intensity apprehension threats

SWAT group members were brushing adult on their training Friday during a Union Terminal. SWAT members from 9 opposite areas went by full-scale exercises Friday. Friday’s Homeland Security training operation was a perfection of a week’s value of work. Coordinators pronounced it is all about ensuring that SWAT officers and initial responders are prepared for […]

Video Gives First Look during Perry County Judge’s OVI/Hit Skip Arrest

COLUMBUS, Ohio – For a initial time, we’re observant a trade stop that landed a decider behind bars. Last August, Perry County Judge Dean Wilson was charged with OVI and withdrawal a stage of a pile-up after his automobile crashed into a COTA bus.  Wednesday, a OVI assign was dropped, though Wilson pleaded guilty to […]

Police Admit Response To Ohio State Championship Celebration Could Have Been Handled Better

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A emissary arch says Columbus military rightly used rip gas and peppers mist to sunder crowds after Ohio State’s football championship, though he concedes a response could have been rubbed better.      Police estimated 5,000 people converged on a campus-area travel after a Buckeyes kick Oregon on Jan. 12. The dialect […]

Hamilton Co. apprehension think behind in justice Friday

A Hamilton County male indicted of plotting to conflict a U.S. Capitol was behind in sovereign justice Friday. Federal prosecutors contend a Hamilton County apprehension think met in chairman with an adviser several times, and all a meetings were available on video. More A sovereign decider has deferred conference for an Ohio male indicted of […]

48 Hours Preview: Murder in Aspen

When an Aspen fable who once antiquated Jack Nicholson and Michael Douglas was killed in her sleep, everybody in a upscale review city wanted to know because and who did it. Maureen Maher and 48 HOURS examine a murder of Aspen socialite and ski review heiress Nancy Pfister and a query to find her torpedo […]

Father of Ohio teen poisoned by caffeine powder files suit

CLEVELAND — and caffeine powder distributors didn’t provide proper warnings about the supplement’s dangers, resulting in the death of an Ohio high school student last year, the teen’s father said in a lawsuit filed Friday. Eighteen-year-old Logan Stiner was just days from graduating high school in northeast Ohio when, on May 27, his brother […]

Grant funds to pay for Black River cleanup

Mark Kuzak, of Lorain, cuts phragmites June 23 at the former City of Lorain landfill, with the Black River Conservation Corps. CHRONICLE FILE PHOTO LORAIN — It takes backbreaking work and cold, hard cash to eradicate phragmites and other invasive species along the Black River, and a federal grant announced Thursday will help a Lorain […]