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  1. Hamilton Co. receives former military carrier free for SWAT teamTue, 02 Sep 2014 23:15:39 GMT
    A big new tool has been added to the storage shed of the Hamilton County SWAT team. More...
  2. Families sue Northwest Schools over investigation, expulsionsTue, 02 Sep 2014 23:04:41 GMT
    A Hamilton County school district says it did nothing wrong when it expelled students at Colerain High School in April. But a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday morning by parents of four students suggests otherwise. More...
  3. Fundraising effort underway for WWII veteran assaulted outside hospitalTue, 02 Sep 2014 23:03:42 GMT
    The attack on 86 year-old World War II veteran Paul Browning leads to an outpouring of anger and support online. More...
  4. Sonar spots object of interest in search for missing boy in Great Miami RiverTue, 02 Sep 2014 22:59:18 GMT
    Crews say they have spotted an object on sonar that they believe could be the missing 8-year-old boy in the Great Miami River. More...
What's Happening
  1. Baker Hunt celebrates 92 years with Twilight in the GardensTue, 12 Aug 2014 11:11:09 EST
    The Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center is inviting the community to celebrate 92 Years of Creating Art and Building Community with the return of Twilight in the Gardens, September 20, 7-10pm on the beautiful campus of Baker Hunt. Last year, 500 were in attendance to support the work of the Center that has meant so much to generations of families in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati. For years, Baker Hunt has been a magnet for youth and adults wishing to explore and discover their artistic side. says Ray Kingsbury, Executive Director, This year's Twilight in the Gardens is a special community celebration of the important investment that Margaretta Baker-Hunt and her niece Kate Scudder made to further the accessibility of art education to everyone. More...
  2. River Sweep Comes to Covington This SaturdayThu, 19 Jun 2014 22:30:32 EST
    Approximately 70 volunteers will be picking up litter this Saturday along the Ohio and Licking River banks in Covington. Toyota, the Northern Kentucky Sierra Club, Cub Scout Pack 721, Covington residents and Keep Covington Beautiful will be participating. The annual River Sweep is organized by the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission and has three locations in Covington where volunteers will focus their efforts: Waterfront Restaurant site, Greenup Street site (Licking River Point to Covington Landing and Licking River Greenway Trails. See www.keepcovingtonbeautiful.com for more details. More...
  1. Thomas More Women's Soccer Picked Seventh in PAC PollThu, 28 Aug 2014 15:23:59 EST
    The Thomas More College women's tennis team was picked seventh in the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) coaches' preseason poll released this week by the PAC office. Westminster College and Grove City College both secured 75 total points to tie for the top spot. Westminster, winner of the 2013 league championship after earning a share of the team title with Saint Vincent College in 2012, collected five first-place votes. Grove City claimed the remaining four first-place votes. More...
  2. Thomas More Volleyball Picked Second in PAC PollThu, 28 Aug 2014 15:21:53 EST
    The Thomas More College volleyball team was picked to finish second in the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) according to the preseason coaches' poll released this week. Bethany College totaled eight first-place votes and 98 points to earn the poll's top ranking. Thomas More finished second on the poll with two first-place votes and 88 points. More...
  3. WOMENS COLLEGE BASKETBALLMon, 28 Jul 2014 10:55:32 EST
    The Northern Kentucky University women's basketball team earned a spot on the Women's Basketball Coaches Association's Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll, the organization announced today. NKU boasts the 15th-best grade point average among all NCAA Division I teams. As a team, the Norse hold a 3.484 overall GPA. More...