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On June 1, 1967, the Beatles released their seminal album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." [Read More]
On the fourth night of protests in Cincinnati, one Cincinnati Enquirer reporter was detained. [Read More]
The number of stroke cases among the studied patients was so large that the researchers accelerated release of their conclusions to raise the alarm. [Read More]
Seats in courtroom A at the Hamilton County Justice Center were full Monday morning as many protesters arrested over the weekend pleaded not guilty. [Read More]
The deaths of Roger Owensby Jr. and 12 other black men at the hands of police led Cincinnati to reform its police department. [Read More]
The defending Division II champion La Salle Lancers returned to the practice field Monday morning, June 1... [Read More]
Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Steve Conrad was fired by Mayor Greg Fischer on Monday in the hours after law enforcement killed David McAtee... [Read More]
Arrests and a military show of force came after law enforcement officers used shields and tear gas to clear protesters from a park... [Read More]
It's been a while. But I needed time away to learn and grow so that I would fully appreciate this opportunity to return. [Read More]
Steve Harvey is back with "Celebrity Family Feud," country music stars reunite from home and it's the season finale for "Legends of Tomorrow." [Read More]
Check out one of these livestreamed events happening this week. [Read More]
Protesters started at Inwood Park on Sunday and walked to downtown and OTR during the third day of protests in Cincinnati. [Read More]
Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo calls a play in the first quarter of an NFL Week 4 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Monday, Sept.... [Read More]
Both Newport and Elmwood Place announced Sunday afternoon that they will have curfews starting on Sunday at 9 p.m. [Read More]
Cincinnati's Metro service will be suspended at 9 p.m. in accordance with the curfew. [Read More]
Xavier University head men's basketball coach Travis Steele and two of his assistants published their opinions Sunday on the weekend's unrest. [Read More]
The space station will fly over the Cincinnati skies tonight,... [Read More]
A "Thin Blue Line" flag was flown at the Justice Center after the sheriff's office said American flag was stolen... [Read More]
The demonstrations continue a combative weekend in the nation's capital and comes after officials announced arrests made the prior night. [Read More]
The players union sent their first counter-proposal to MLB on Sunday that did not reduce their prorated salary but offered several concessions. [Read More]
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