• Pedal wagons on the water? Rides begin this weekend in Cincinnati By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    PEDAL WAGONS ON THE WATER? RIDES BEGIN THIS WEEKEND IN CINCINNATI

    If you go downtown or to Over-The-Rhine, you might see or hear a pedal wagon coming down the street.

  • The most controversial TV finales of all time By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL TV FINALES OF ALL TIME

    "Game of Thrones" is just the tip of the disappointment iceberg.

  • Bengals' guard Alex Redmond reportedly suspended by NFL for PED violation By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    BENGALS' GUARD ALEX REDMOND REPORTEDLY SUSPENDED BY NFL FOR PED VIOLATION

    Cincinnati Bengals guard Alex Redmond has been suspended for four games by the NFL for violating its performance-enhancing drug policy,...

    NFL
  • An alcohol-selling Frisch's Big Boy coming to CVG Airport By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    AN ALCOHOL-SELLING FRISCH'S BIG BOY COMING TO CVG AIRPORT

    Frisch's Big Boy is moving into the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.

  • City Council to vote on measure banning wild animals in performances By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    CITY COUNCIL TO VOTE ON MEASURE BANNING WILD ANIMALS IN PERFORMANCES

    A Cincinnati City Council Committee passed a measure banning the use of wild and potentially dangerous animals in performances within...

  • Showers, heat and humidity return By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    SHOWERS, HEAT AND HUMIDITY RETURN

    Summer-like weather is making a comeback! Highs will be in the 80s for the next week and rain chances come and go.

  • Bride has Ina Garten-themed bachelorette party; Garten wants to know why she didn't get an invite By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    BRIDE HAS INA GARTEN-THEMED BACHELORETTE PARTY; GARTEN WANTS TO KNOW WHY SHE DIDN'T GET AN INVITE

    The night involved chambray shirts, appearances by "Jeffrey" and many more Hamptons-themed activities.

  • 5 adults, 1 infant injured in multicar crash on Ronald Reagan By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    5 ADULTS, 1 INFANT INJURED IN MULTICAR CRASH ON RONALD REAGAN

    Five adults and one infant were injured in a Tuesday evening crash on the Ronald Reagan Cross Country Highway, authorities said.

  • Deonte Baber sentenced to 18 years to life for murder of driver who struck child By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    DEONTE BABER SENTENCED TO 18 YEARS TO LIFE FOR MURDER OF DRIVER WHO STRUCK CHILD

    A jury has found Deonte Baber guilty of murder in the killing of a driver who struck a boy in Walnut Hills.

  • Cincinnati soccer star returns home before World Cup for mural unveiling By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    CINCINNATI SOCCER STAR RETURNS HOME BEFORE WORLD CUP FOR MURAL UNVEILING

    Cincinnati soccer star Rose Lavelle returned home for the unveiling of a giant mural made in her honor.

    World, Soccer
  • 17-year-old set to graduate from high school and Harvard within 11 days By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    17-YEAR-OLD SET TO GRADUATE FROM HIGH SCHOOL AND HARVARD WITHIN 11 DAYS

    Less than two weeks after graduating high school, Braxton Moral is set to mark another milestone: receiving his undergraduate degree...

  • Covington city officials to vote on open container ordinance By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    COVINGTON CITY OFFICIALS TO VOTE ON OPEN CONTAINER ORDINANCE

    Covington City Commission is considering an ordinance that would allow people to enjoy and alcoholic beverage out in the open on downtown...

  • OTR's Court Street Lobster Bar opening summer spot in Washington Park By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    OTR'S COURT STREET LOBSTER BAR OPENING SUMMER SPOT IN WASHINGTON PARK

    Court Street Lobster Bar is going to be serving fresh seafood and picnic ready sides from Washington Park's bar and patio this summer.

  • Local companies looking to fill hundreds of jobs at Mega Job Fair By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    LOCAL COMPANIES LOOKING TO FILL HUNDREDS OF JOBS AT MEGA JOB FAIR

    Local employers are planning to fill hundreds of jobs at a Mega Job Fair on Wednesday in West Chester.

  • Headed back to the 80s By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    HEADED BACK TO THE 80S

    The system that hammered the central US heads our way today

  • Energy Secretary orders data released near Ohio school where radioactive material was discovered By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    ENERGY SECRETARY ORDERS DATA RELEASED NEAR OHIO SCHOOL WHERE RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL WAS DISCOVERED

    U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry has ordered his agency to release more than four years' worth of data from air monitors near a Pike...

    U.S.
  • Public weighs in on pedestrian safety as city leaders look to implement change By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    PUBLIC WEIGHS IN ON PEDESTRIAN SAFETY AS CITY LEADERS LOOK TO IMPLEMENT CHANGE

    New crosswalks, better signage, and adjusting pedestrian countdown timers were all ideas brought to the table.

  • This video proves your dog is probably smarter than you By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    THIS VIDEO PROVES YOUR DOG IS PROBABLY SMARTER THAN YOU

    Dogs in glasses - enough said 🐶

  • Cincinnati's mean geese: What can you do about them? By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    CINCINNATI'S MEAN GEESE: WHAT CAN YOU DO ABOUT THEM?

    There's a growing geese problem around Greater Cincinnati, and it's a much bigger issue than just dodging their droppings at your local...

  • More Humid With A Shower Threat By WLWT   -   May 22, 2019

    MORE HUMID WITH A SHOWER THREAT

    Warmer and muggier air will arrive Wednesday with a few showers.