Cincinnati News

    Medina Spirit won the 2021 Kentucky Derby in one of the closest races in the 147-year history. Jockey John Velazquez earned his 4th Derby victory on Saturday and won consecutive back to back derby’s winning in 2020 in a delayed derby due to the pandemic.  

    The 2021 Brood X is coming soon to a grassy field near you! Billions of Cicadas are to emerge on the east coast and areas including Southwest Ohio (Cincinnati) making it the biggest emergence since 2004! Scientist are expecting the largest Brood to emerge the beginning of May – lasting 4-6 weeks. The […]

1200 Staffers from Cincinnati Public schools filled the Duke Energy Center to receive vaccinations today as schools prepare to go back to a blended learning system. The vaccinations took place Thursday and Friday bringing the total to 1600 staffers for the first dose and the second to be administered in 21 days. It is not […]

  Officers are investigating a shooting at a local bar in Covington bar where 5 people suffered from gunshot wounds. Covington police were dispatched to the second time around bar for shots fired just before 10pm. it is unclear the motive for the shooting. The incident is still under investigation.

Robert S. Duncanson, a painter based in Cincinnati made history yesterday. His oil painting “Landscape with Rainbow”  was chosen by Dr. Jill Biden for the The Inaugural Painting. The artist painting is meant to reflect peace and hope before the civil war. Cincinnati natives should be proud. Learn more about the painting and artist HERE. […]

From Jan. 18 through March 12, you can now check out the Penguins parades and encounters at the Cincinnati Zoo on the weekends, starting Friday. The parade and Magellanic and rock-hopper penguins encounters will take place in the Wings of the World Bird House daily at 11 am. The Cincinnati Zoo is offering discounted admission […]

  Cincinnati Police department will send some of its members to assist with the Inauguration of President Elect Joe Bidden to D.C. The department has sent several officers in the past to help out when needed. At the current time, it is not know how many will be sent. Following the violence at the Capitol […]

  A 60 inch water main has broke and ruptured the streets in the East End of Cincinnati on Riverside Drive at Lumber Street and Bayou Street. Cincinnati Water Works announced that a boil advisory has been issued for residents who live in 758 to 766 on Steiner Street and 3406 to 3648 on Hillside […]

  Christmas night turn bad for a 7 year old in Cincinnati as multiple shots fired into an apartment struck the child. Police are investigating and it is unknown the extent of the 7-year-olds injury. Last update Authorities stated the child was alert and awaiting surgery at Children’s Hospital. It is unknown if the shots […]

  The Ohio Department of Health reports over 8,000 new Covid-19 cases and 64 deaths from Covid-19 complications. Gov. Mike DeWine spoke Saturday about the new cases, vaccines and ways to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Gov. DeWine says 123,000 of Pfizer vaccines and more than 200,000 COVID-19 Moderna vaccines will be distributed next week […]

Though the lock down has been lifted Covid -19 Still exist. Protesters didn’t let Corna Virus stop them from protesting the Streets of the Queen City! Some protesters arrived with mask others found mask along the way. Remember 6 foot is the social distancing limit. The Cornva virus is still spreading city to city. Ohio […]

After over 50 businesses were looted last night, city leaders have set  a curfew for the rest of the weekend. Starting at 10pm we are expected to be in doors until 6am. According to the news the protest didn’t take a turn until after 10pm and it lasted until 5am this morning. Read more here. […]