At least 1 person is dead after a shooting in Over-The-Rhine. Police said the shooting happened on East 13th Street around 3:30 a.m. Police have not released any suspect information at this time. No other details were immediately available.(Fox19)

An Over the Rhine has changed its hours due to safety concerns… Via FOX19 Formerly open 24 hours/day, the gas station will now close nightly at 9 p.m. Chris Zimmerman is COO of Gilligan Company, which owns the Shell location as well as 108 others across the region. “We’ve literally run out of options other […]

One of two charges against the man behind the Over-the-Rhine block party video is being dropped. WLWT reports that prosecutors dismissed a misdemeanor charge of violating Ohio’s stay-at-home order against RaShawn Davis, Wednesday. The dismissal follows his attorney statements, saying that Davis was expressing his first amendment rights on camera. Davis still faces a felony […]

Two local men have started a new gun buyback program in an attempt to keep hidden guns away from criminals. Richard Cassel and former Ohio State Representative Dale Mallory are offering gift cards to anyone who turns in unwanted guns. The program starts this Friday, and will continue for 12 months. Those interested in turning […]

( Cincinnati Police say 18 year-old Justin Crutchfield died, Monday night, after being shot near an anti-violence march in Over-The-Rhine. Crutchfield was apparently wounded during a gunfight with two other people at the Findlay Playground, then collapsed in front of dozens of demonstrators on Race Street. There’s no word yet on any arrest. UC President […]

( Cincinnati Police are working to identify a body found in Over-The-Rhine. Officers responding to an anonymous tip, last night, found the remains in a wooded area off Ohio Avenue. Investigators believe that person had been dead for several days. Is There a Low Morale Among Cincinnati’s Law Enforcement? Cincinnatians Already Receiving Fines From Violating […]

( Cincinnati City Council will vote today on a parking fee for Over the Rhine residents. The proposal calls for 108 dollar fee for residential permits with the money helping fund streetcar operations. Mayor John Cranley may veto the measure, saying that the fee isn’t high enough. Police Uncover New Findings in Brittany Stykes Case […]

( Cincinnati City Council will begin debate soon on what to do with a budget surplus of up to 18 million dollars. There’s a push to use extra money to cover streetcar operations. Mayor John Cranley wants to increase safety forces, roads, and a rainy day fund. Recent Stories: Ouch! Man Loses Hand in Laundromat […]

(source: An Over-the-Rhine street will once again be open to car traffic. Cincinnati Police have taken down road barricades on McMicken Avenue that were used to combat human trafficking and prostitution. Residents on that street, however, claim that the barricades have done more harm than good. The barricades have been placed on McMicken since […]