The 141st Opening Day in Cincinnati is April 3.
A gas leak is being blamed for a house explosion in Kettering late Tuesday night.
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force hosted a lecture called “Voices from the Holocaust.”
Every dollar of Wednesday’s sales are going toward United Rehabilitation Services.
The Flyers are ranked 76th based on the AP’s formula to calculate the country’s top programs.
The Belmont senior will play in the 2017 Reese’s College All-Star Game.
A Dayton father is behind bars, after his 13-year-old son reportedly overdosed on heroin.
The Troy police investigation into a pursuit Monday afternoon is ongoing.
A man told CVS employees he had a gun and demanded drugs.
Authorities found more than 14 pounds of crystal meth hidden in a vehicle.
The law and ordinance committee says it won’t recommend allowing a dispensary in the city limits.
A vigil has been held outside a Cincinnati nightclub where one person was killed and 16 others were injured in a shooting.
Police caught the suspects moments after the robbery, less than a mile from the scene.
The explosion happened at a house on Pamela Sue Drive.
Police say 14-year-old James Banks was shot six times.
According to a preliminary Coroner’s report, 27-year-old O’Bryan Spikes was shot once in the chest and died Sunday morning.
Deputy Katie Barnes is the first witness in the trial of Mohammed Laghaoui.