Saturday, February 4, 2023

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Hamilton County Attorney Joe Deters' self-described "war" on illegal weapons is waged in the courtroom, where Deters and his assistant prosecutors no longer plan to offer bargains to people charged with gun crimes.Lt. Eric Vogelpohl is fighting on another front: the streets of Cincinnati. Vogelpohl heads the...
In the Cincinnati Edition Weekly News Review, live at noon: Hamilton County auditor Dusy Rhodes wants the city of Cincinnati to stop taxing people who worked from home rather than their city offices during the pandemic. Enquirer reporter Scott Wartman joins us to discuss this. US Senate...
That year, Cincinnati celebrated the 20th anniversary of the police murder of Timothy Thomas, which eventually led to a series of reforms collectively known as the Joint Agreement. Despite praise for these reforms, discussions continue on common elements, including a police accountability committee called the...
From Don Heinrich TölzmannEspecially for NKyTribune When the Civil War broke out, the Germans of Cincinnati heeded President Lincoln's call to arms and enthusiastically supported the Union cause by forming several all-German regiments. Members of the 28th Ohio Infantry Regiment. (Photo...
One person is dead after a shooting Wednesday night in the Avondale neighborhood of Cincinnati. It happened around 10 p.m. in the 3600 block on Vine Street, not far from the north end of the Cincinnati Zoo. Local police said they had responded to reports of a ride....
A thousand flags now flutter across Cincinnati's field of memory, each flag representing the life and story of a fallen hero. A group of 70 volunteers helped plant these flags in Arlington Memorial Gardens the Wednesday before Memorial Day weekend. The field faces the Ronald Reagan Highway,...
America has seen remarkable educational disruptions that year, leading to innovation in teaching and learning, and new opportunities for families and youth in our communities. The Festival of Virtual Remake Learning Days will take place in Greater Cincinnati from May 15-17, 2021. Educators, artists, scientists and makers...
SHUT DOWNAutomatic playbackShow thumbnailsShow subtitlesLast slideNext slideAfter the third edition was defeated by the voters on Tuesday, it's back to the drawing board for proponents of affordable housing.The controversial amendment to the charter would have required the city to allocate at least $ 50 million a year to affordable...
The turnstiles and gates of Paul Brown Stadium were full on match day as thousands came to get a COVID-19 vaccine on Sunday. The newest mass vaccination site is part of the city's Get Out the Vax Weekend, the second such event for the region. The public health...
The Cincinnati police are seeking help in locating a suspect who attacked a man on the street and then robbed him before escaping the scene. The attack took place on April 14 at around 5 p.m. on the corner of Sycamore and 13 streets...

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