"Cincy Strong" T-shirts to benefit shooting victims, police

A local T-shirt company has produced a "Cincy Strong" shirt to benefit victims and first responders in the recent shooting that killed four people, including the gunman
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'A horrific situation": 4 dead in Cincinnati bank shooting

Police say four people are dead, including the gunman, in a downtown Cincinnati bank shooting
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'A horrific situation: 4 dead in Cincinnati bank shooting

Police say four people are dead, including the gunman, in a downtown Cincinnati bank shooting
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1 and done: Halep 1st No. 1 seed to lose 1st US Open match

Simona Halep made a quick-as-can-be exit from the U.S. Open, becoming the first No. 1-seeded woman to lose her opening match at the Grand Slam tournament in the professional era
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1, done: Halep 1st No. 1 to lose 1st Open match; Serena wins

Simona Halep became the first No. 1-seeded woman to lose her opening match at the U.S. Open in the professional era; Serena Williams made winning return
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17-year-old boy charged in attempted abduction, groping

Authorities in Ohio say 17-year-old boy accused of attempted abduction and groping at a Cincinnati-area grocery store has been arrested
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2 wounded in fatal Cincinnati shooting are back home

The two shooting victims who survived a gunman's attack in downtown Cincinnati are both back home
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2nd trial to start for woman accused of killing boyfriend

The second trial of a woman accused of killing her boyfriend is set to begin in Kentucky
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4 dead, including gunman, in Cincinnati bank shooting

Police say four people are dead, including the gunman, in a downtown Cincinnati bank shooting
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95-year-old woman challenges Bengals cornerback to dance-off

A 95-year-old woman appeared to best a Cincinnati Bengals player in a dance battle at a tailgate party ahead of the NFL team's home opener
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ACLU lawyer calls county-wide homeless camp ban 'troubling'

A member of a civil rights group says the scope of an order banning homeless encampments throughout a southwest Ohio county is "troubling"
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Advocates ask federal judge to stop closure of homeless camp

Homeless advocates have filed an emergency motion asking a federal judge to stop Cincinnati officials from tearing down another tent city
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AP Essay: Violence meets well-traveled reporter in hometown

AP Essay: This time, the terrible news was in the hometown of a reporter who's seen it in many other cities, states and countries
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AP Exclusive: How an ordinary ICE raid left behind a crisis

Many miles from the Mexico border, authorities are separating families in operations that target immigrants already living in the U.S., conducted in the name of public safety
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Appeals court overturns Ohio murder-for-hire death sentence

A man sentenced to die in an Ohio murder-for-hire case says statements against him alleging his involvement were hearsay, and a federal court has agreed and thrown out his conviction and death sentence
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Archbishop of Omaha endorses new human sexuality curriculum

The archbishop of Omaha has recommended a new human sexuality curriculum for Catholic schools that opposes homosexuality and same-sex marriage
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Authorities ID man electrocuted while operating lift

Fire officials in Ohio have identified a man electrocuted when he made contact with power lines while operating a portable lift
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Ballistic vests part of the uniform for more firefighters

Houston officials will spend up to $1.4 million to purchase ballistic vests for firefighters as they join a growing number of cities buying the vests to better protect firefighters who are more often encountering active-shooter or other deadly situations
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Bank employees back in fatal shooting aftermath

Employees have returned to work at bank building in which four people were killed last week, including the gunman
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Bank lobby where man killed 3 people, wounded 2 reopens

Bank where man killed three people and wounded two before being gunned down by Cincinnati police reopens lobby where shootings occurred and unveils wall where people can leave messages for victims and staff
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Baseball's shifting culture set to play out in All-Star Game

Fans tuning into the baseball All-Star Game will get to see the shifting culture of the sport
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Bevin criticized for comparing critics to drowning victims

Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin says public workers who oppose changes to the state pension system are like drowning victims in that "you just need to knock them out and drag them to shore."
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Body cam records officer making inappropriate remark to girl

Body camera footage shows that a Cincinnati police officer who used a stun gun on an 11-year-old black girl accused of shoplifting said her actions hurt black neighborhoods
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Burt Reynolds, star of film, TV and tabloids, dead at 82

Burt Reynolds, the handsome film and television star known for his acclaimed performances in "Deliverance" and "Boogie Nights" and an active off-screen life that included relationships with Loni Anderson and Sally Field, has died at age 82
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California Sen. Harris to speak at NAACP dinner in Ohio

A U.S. senator who's considered a potential Democratic presidential candidate in 2020 will keynote an NAACP dinner in Ohio
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Cases in which police officers were charged in shootings

A look at some police officers who were charged in shooting deaths of black people
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Charges against Stormy Daniels dropped hours after arrest

The attorney for porn actress Stormy Daniels says prosecutors have dropped all charges against her following her overnight arrest at an Ohio adult club
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Charges dropped against 11-year-old shocked with stun gun

Charges have been dropped against an 11-year-old Ohio girl who was suspected of shoplifting from a supermarket when a police officer shocked her with a stun gun
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Chess club not dwelling on controversial Bevin remarks

While Gov. Matt Bevin's controversial remarks this month about the West Louisville Chess Club sparked a backlash in the community, fifth-grader Keyaira Thompson wasn't giving it too much thought
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Christmas decorations for terminally ill boy vandalized

Police say Christmas decorations set up in an Ohio neighborhood to help a child diagnosed with terminal brain cancer celebrate the holiday early have been vandalized
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Cincinnati approves bus-only traffic lane pilot program

Cincinnati will test a bus-only traffic lane in its downtown area
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Cincinnati city manager who quit gets additional payout

Cincinnati will pay its former city manager another $370,000 after he quit earlier this year
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Cincinnati clears, sanitizes downtown homeless camp

City officials have closed a Cincinnati homeless camp, gathering any remaining clothes and trash for disposal
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Cincinnati crews clean second homeless encampment in 2 weeks

Cincinnati city workers are cleaning an encampment in a busy downtown area after homeless individuals packed their belongings and temporarily moved to nearby locations
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Cincinnati homeless camp scatters after monthlong chase

An advocate for homeless people living in a Cincinnati encampment says they will go their separate ways after a county prosecutor ordered them to leave a private park
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Cincinnati police hope new app will keep communities safe

The Cincinnati Police Department hopes its new phone app will help residents stay safe and better communicate with police
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Cincinnati police officer shot, possible suspect killed

Police say a Cincinnati officer has been wounded and a possible suspect killed during an exchange of gunfire
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Cincinnati police officer shot, taken to hospital

Police say a Cincinnati officer has been shot and taken to a hospital and a suspect has been wounded.
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Cincinnati police say robbery suspect killed after resisting

An effort to arrest the suspect in a violent robbery ended with the man's death and an officer wounded in gunfire that erupted in a dramatic scene captured by police body-worn cameras
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Cincinnati police to discuss fatal gunfire exchange

Police in Cincinnati plan to provide more details of a gunfire exchange in which a man was killed and an officer wounded. They have scheduled a news conference for Monday.
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Cincinnati postpones order to vacate homeless encampment

Cincinnati City Council has postponed an order to vacate a downtown homeless encampment
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Cincinnati set to vacate second homeless camp in 2 weeks

City officials will continue their sweep of homeless camps in Cincinnati with the closure of another downtown tent city
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Cincinnati unveils new LGBTQ-related crosswalk

Cincinnati officials unveil rainbow-painted crosswalk in honor of the city's LGBTQ community
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Cincinnati vacates, sanitizes downtown homeless camp

City officials have closed a Cincinnati homeless camp, gathering any remaining clothes and trash for disposal
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Cincinnati victims didn't have any known links to gunman

The three people shot and killed in the lobby of a Cincinnati office building didn't have any apparent connection to the gunman
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Cincinnati Zoo to host latest Fiona book launch

Fans of the Cincinnati Zoo's famed premature hippo can celebrate the latest book about Fiona at an ice cream party at the Hippo Cove where she lives
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Cincinnati Zoo's director to lead Cincinnati chicken dance

The Cincinnati Zoo director will serve as this year's grand marshal of Oktoberfest Zinzinnati
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City attorney criticizes law used to arrest Stormy Daniels

The state law that police cited in porn actress Stormy Daniels' arrest should not be enforced, an Ohio city attorney said
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City council postpones decision on homeless camp in Ohio

A city council in Ohio has postponed a vote about whether residents of a tent city on private property can continue living there
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City councilor pushes for more electric scooter oversight

A Cincinnati city councilor is pushing to make an electric scooter company financially responsible for misuse of their scooters
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