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Violent Crime:3,067
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:61
Forcible Rape:183
Aggravated Assault:1,050
Property Crime:20,462
Larceny Theft:12,512
Motor Vehicle Theft:1,276
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Total population of residents296,943
White resident population recorded146,435
Black or African American resident population recorded133,039
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded759
Asian resident population recorded5,481
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded251
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded8,308
Resident population of some other race recorded3,566
Resident population of two or more races recorded7,412
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Summit CountyAkronArrestsA Jackson Township woman, 31, of Wales Avenue Northwest, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of drug instruments, possession of drug paraphernalia and endangering children. Police said she was in her car behind a business at Copley Road and St. Michaels Avenue. Officers saw a hypodermic needle, tie-off and a metal spoon on the floorboard. A search uncovered two more needles and three empty plastic bags, police said. Her 3-year-old son was in the back seat.A Fulton Street woman, 19, was charged with felonious assault, domestic violence and tampering with evidence after she allegedly cut her boyfriend several times with a knife before trying to run him over with her car.A Cuyahoga Falls man, 26, of Archdale Street, was charged with felonious assault after he allegedly got into a drunken quarrel with someone at a Roselawn Avenue home. After the man was told to leave, he allegedly drove over the sidewalk and struck the person with his car, then fled.A Wyley Avenue woman, 49, was charged with domestic violence with a previous conviction and aggravated trespassing. Police said she knocked an air-conditioning unit out of a bedroom window and entered a house. She then threw a cup of coffee and a remote control at a male resident. She knocked his glasses off his face and left a red mark near his eye.A Garfield Heights man, 34, was charged with breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools after police arrested him at Karder Machine on Kenmore Boulevard. Police said he had a flashlight and bolt cutters.A Thurston Street man, 41, was charged with breaking and entering after he allegedly broke into the Hanini’s sandwich shop on Copley Road.An East Thornton Street man, 20, and a Morgan Avenue man, 24, were charged with breaking and entering after they allegedly entered a house in the 1200 block of Dietz Avenue to steal copper pipes. They were seen carrying a copper-filled bucket.BarbertonBurglaryA Second Street Southwest man told police July 29 that his $700 snub-nosed pistol was stolen from his apartment during the past two weeks.Copper pipe, a sofa and other items, total value $1,150, were reported stolen from a Wooster Road North rental property July 30.Domestic violenceA warrant was issued for a Wooster Road West man, 54, after he allegedly pushed his girlfriend and grabbed her by the neck at their home Aug. 1.Bath TownshipArrestsA 60-year-old employee of TJ Maxx, 3897 Medina Road, was charged with theft from the store Aug. 7.A man, 46, was charged with illegal panhandling Aug. 5 after he asked a pedestrian for money because he was in rehab and needed help.Cuyahoga FallsArrestsA Winter Parkway man, 22, was arrested on a warrant Aug. 3 during a traffic stop in the 2000 block of Munroe Falls Avenue. He also was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.A Canton man, 42, was charged Aug. 5 with contributing to the unruliness of a minor Aug. 5. During a traffic stop, it was discovered that his passenger was a 17-year-old girl who was out after curfew without permission.An Akron man, 28, was charged with criminal mischief and criminal damaging Aug. 3. He is accused of causing more than $600 worth of damage to a vehicle parked at Dillon and Norman avenues.A woman, 22, and a man, 25, both of Kent, were arrested Aug. 3 on Front Street at Bailey Road on drug charges related to the manufacture and possession of methamphetamine.Breaking and enteringCopper pipe was stolen when someone broke into a vacant home in the 600 block of West Portage Trail, according to an Aug. 6 report.Someone broke into a garage in the 1800 block of Beacon Hill Circle on Aug. 4. Two bicycles were taken.ForgerySomeone used the bank account information of a Howe Avenue business to make fraudulent purchases between July 31 and Aug. 5.Identity theftA Cedar Woods Drive woman told police Aug. 3 that someone used her personal information to obtain a credit card.Misuse of a credit cardA 17th Street man reported Aug. 5 that a relative used his credit card without permission.A Hanover Street woman, 27, told police Aug. 4 that someone used her credit card to reserve a hotel room in Cincinnati.Passing a bad checkTwo guns were purchased July 19 with a check for nearly $800 from Pro Armament Co., 2427 Front St. A store employee reported the check was written on a closed account.Theft of utilitiesPolice received a report Aug. 2 from the Falls Utility Department that a resident in the 3100 block of Elmwood reconnected electric service without permission, stealing $13 in service.TheftA Second Street man reported Aug. 7 that someone took three coins, total value $690, from his car while it was parked at Gorge Metro Park.An East Broadway Street retirement home resident reported Aug. 6 someone took her purse from her room.Two phones valued at more than $1,200 were taken Aug. 4 from the AT&T Store, 794 Howe Ave.A 23rd Street woman reported Aug. 6 that she paid a contractor more than $1,000 for permits and materials for a plumbing job at her home. She said he has not bought materials or applied for permits and won’t return her money.HudsonArrestsA juvenile girl who lives in Kent was charged with telecommunication harassment and menacing by stalking Aug. 2 after she allegedly harassed a Brewster Drive girl.New FranklinArrestA West Caston Road boy, 14, was charged with domestic violence July 30 after he allegedly threatened to kill his male guardian during a quarrel.NortonForgeryAn official with JR Engineering, 5208 Wooster Road W., reported Aug. 5 that someone duplicated 46 payroll checks and cashed them for $22,000.TheftA stolen truck was overturned and abandoned Aug. 8 on Grenfall Road.Springfield TownshipArrestA Lakemore man, 22, of Cross Way, was charged with domestic violence and resisting arrest July 30 after he allegedly threatened to hurt his father during a quarrel.Breaking and enteringTwo handguns, a Geauga County sheriff deputy’s uniform and other items, total value $2,200, were reported stolen July 30 from a house on Ottawa Avenue.A Wellington man told authorities July 21 that his unlocked 16-foot trailer on Orchard Lane was entered. Tools and other equipment, total value $2,658, were stolen.RobberyA Springfield man was struck in the face after refusing a panhandler’s request for money July 30 in the parking lot of Denny’s restaurant on South Arlington Road.TallmadgeArrestsAn Akron man, 26, was arrested Aug. 8 during a traffic stop in the 200 block of North Thomas Road. He was wanted for a parole violation and failure to register as a sex offender.A Cuyahoga Falls man, 50, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia Aug. 6 during a traffic stop in the 600 block of Northwest Avenue. A police officer saw a metal pipe used to smoke marijuana. The suspect told the officer: “This has happened to me three times now.”An Akron man, 49, was charged Aug. 5 with possessing hashish, marijuana and drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop.Two men, both 26, and a woman, 25, were charged with one count each of possession of a drug abuse instrument Aug. 2 during a traffic stop in the 200 block of West Avenue. Police reported finding a syringe.A disoriented man found in the back seat of a vehicle in the parking lot of Circle K, 170 Tallmadge Circle, was charged with possession of drug abuse instruments Aug. 2. Police found a syringe, cotton ball and spoon in the car.Breaking and enteringSomeone broke into a building in the 900 block of Southeast Avenue and stole several tools Aug. 5.ForgeryA cabdriver called police Aug. 7 to complain that he had been paid with a check written on the account of a dead person. The driver told police he dropped off a woman at Tallmadge Motel, 1128 East Ave., about 2:30 a.m. A man came out of a room and paid the driver with a check for $45. The driver found the check belonged to a person who died a month earlier.Police trying to serve a warrant on a man staying at Tallmadge Motel, 1128 East Ave., on Aug. 7 were flagged down by an employee concerned that the man had not paid his room fee the previous day. The employee went into the room and found a checkbook with a different name than the person renting the room. Police found suspected cocaine and drug paraphernalia in the room. The suspect was gone.Sexual assaultPolice were investigating a report of a sexual assault Aug. 2.Medina CountyBrunswickAnimal complaintOfficers were called to West Drive on Aug. 8 for a report of a dog running loose and acting aggressive. A girl, 14, was found trying to lead the “retriever-type dog” back home. The dog was allowed to return to the home.MedinaFraudA Vineyard Drive resident called police Aug. 6 to report fraud involving a bank account.VandalismA Countryside Drive resident called police Aug. 5 to report that landscaping bricks and lights had been strewn about the yard.Medina TownshipShopliftingOfficers were called to a business on state Route 18 after three youngsters took $4 in candy Aug. 4.Citizen assistA woman called officers to her Pearl Road home Aug. 4 because “her son coughed up a camera and tracking device.” The officer advised the woman to get some sleep.TheftOfficers discovered someone removing pallets Aug. 8 from a Grande Boulevard business. The officers made them return the pallets.Montville TownshipBurglaryAn Upland Ridge Drive resident told police Aug. 4 that two men and a woman in a pickup truck were taking appliances from his neighbor’s garage. When confronted, the three sped away. The homeowner later reported that a stove and 100 sheets of cement board had been taken.Disturbing the peaceOfficers were called to the northbound lane of Wadsworth Road near River Styx on Aug. 6 for a report of a shirtless man dancing in the road with a bottle of Jack Daniels in his hand. The man was told to stay indoors.TheftPolice were called Aug. 7 to a Smith Road property after it was discovered that a camera to record deer movement was taken. Another camera on the property captured images of two juveniles trespassing.WadsworthArrestsTwo High Street men, both 26, compounded an earlier arrest on a disorderly conduct charge Aug. 7 when they were cited with littering a short time later. As the men stood on a sidewalk, police watched to make sure the behavior didn’t continue. One of the men held a straw at his groin and wagged it. He then threw the straw into the street. The second man threw a cigarette into the street.BurglaryA Longview Drive home was burglarized Aug. 6.A home in the 200 block of Valley View Drive was looted Aug. 8.Several garages were broken into Aug. 6.VandalismPolice discovered via Facebook that someone vandalized Franklin Park, 137 Pine St. Equipment was damaged and images of male genitalia were drawn in chalk on basketball courts.Portage CountyKentArrestsTwo Louisville men, ages 20 and 21, were arrested in the 300 block of South Water Street on warrants charging felonious assault.An Anita Drive woman, 20, was charged Aug. 7 with domestic violence.A Main Street man, 21, was arrested Aug. 6 on a burglary warrant.BurglaryJewelry valued at $1,000 was stolen Aug. 5 from a home in the 400 block of Cherry Street.Misuse of a credit cardA Sioux Place woman reported Aug. 3 that someone used her credit card for $82 in unauthorized purchases.Stark CountyHartvilleArrestPolice arrested a Lake Avenue woman, 23, on warrants charging grand theft and assault July 31.Jackson TownshipArrestsA Canton man, 22, of Rice Avenue Northeast, was arrested July 30 on warrants of aggravated burglary, domestic violence and disorderly conduct.A Canal Fulton resident, 30, of Manchester Road, was charged with robbery, obstruction of official business and theft July 29. Police said he struggled with security after trying to steal headphones at the Target store on Dressler Road Northwest.TheftsSomeone entered two vehicles July 30 at Ron Marhofer GMC on Whipple Avenue Northwest and stole radio units, total value $2,200.A computer, clothing and other items, total value $12,150, were reported stolen July 27 from an unlocked rental car at the Courtyard of Marriott hotel on Metro Circle Northwest.A Hartville woman told police that her purse and cellphone, total value $620, were stolen from a table while she was dancing July 28 at the Pub Club on Dressler Road Northwest.A New Franklin man told police July 26 that an $800 laptop computer was stolen from his car at the Marathon station on Portage Street Northwest.North CantonArsonPolice were called to investigate an arson at Orchard Hill Elementary on Jonathan Street Northwest. Someone melted the bottom section of a slide, causing $1,500 damage.TheftsSomeone smashed the windows of two vehicles July 27 and stole purses, cash and other items, total value $1,660, on West Maple Street. Damage to the vehicles was $2,000.A laptop computer, iPad and other items, total value $2,200, were stolen July 24 from a car at a Willaman Avenue Northwest home.A Weber Avenue Northeast woman told police July 23 that a laptop computer, iPod and other items, total value $1,680, were stolen from her vehicle.Plain TownshipArrestA 31st Street Northeast woman, 63, was charged with slapping another person across the face during a quarrel July 31.UniontownArrestA Sweitzer Street man, 43, was charged with domestic violence July 30 after he allegedly slapped his teenage daughter.Wayne CountyWayne sheriffBreaking and enteringCopper wire valued at $75 was reported stolen Aug. 3 from a house under construction in the 30 block of Cardington Lane, Canaan Township.A leaf blower valued at $350 and $180 in cash were reported stolen July 25 from Jake’s Amish Furniture, 1255 Kidron Road, Sugar Creek Township.A laptop computer and three GPS units, total value $1,250, were reported stolen July 25 from XL Pattern Shop, 242 N. Kansas Road, East Union Township.Copper wire and $136, total value $711, were reported taken July 25 from Fit ’n Fun Pools, 11200 E. Lincoln Way, East Union Township.A Rottweiler and boxer dog, total value $1,000, were reported stolen July 25 from a home in the 2800 block of Bates Road, Chester Township.BurglariesSomeone tried to pry open a door Aug. 7 at a home in the 3600 block of Eastern Road, Chippewa Township, but nothing was reported missing.Two televisions, four phones and an empty safe, total value $1,501, were reported stolen Aug. 3 from a home in the 12900 block of Emerson Road, Sugar Creek Township.Cow killedA Jersey cow worth $950 was killed Aug. 6 in a suspected drive-by shooting in the 10900 block of Congress Road, Congress Township.TheftsThirty Adderall pills were reported stolen from a pickup truck Aug. 4 in the 9000 block of Krabill Road, Milton Township.On Aug. 1, Smithville Manufacturing, 6658 Cleveland Road, Wayne Township, reported 1,600 pounds of copper worth $7,500 was stolen from the business.Two packs of cigarettes, 27 Vicodin pills and $48 were reported stolen Aug. 5 from a home in the 12700 block of Mark Path, Chippewa Township.Two generators, total value $8,000, were reported stolen Aug. 1 from Countryside Market, 8375 Criswell Road, Salt Creek Township.WoosterBurglariesA camera valued at $300 was reported stolen Aug. 5 from a residence in the 500 block of College Avenue. The resident also reported that lawn chairs and trash were thrown in the yard and a sprinkler flooded the yard.Three televisions, total value $2,164, were reported stolen Aug. 2 from a home in the 2500 block of Monterey Street.Arrests
Police charged 11 people with theft after they allegedly took donated items from a drop-off center at Goodwill Industries on Spink Street.ForgeryA Wooster woman reported July 29 that someone forged a withdrawal slip and tried to take cash from an account at Huntington National Bank, 112 W. Liberty St.Possession of drugsA suspected meth lab was found Aug. 5 at a home in the 600 block of East South Street. Three children were removed to Wayne County Children Services. Their mother fled the home.TheftsA computer and printer, total value $1,000, were reported stolen Aug. 5 from Wayne County Rubber, 1205 E. Bowman St.Morphine tablets were reported stolen Aug. 3 from a home in the 2300 block of Melrose Drive.
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TAMARA MCQUEEN, Age Now: 17, Missing: 12/18/2013. Missing From CINCINNATI, OH. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Colerain Township Police Department (Ohio) 1-513-245-6600.
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SHELBY PRESS, Age Now: 16, Missing: 01/03/2014. Missing From CINCINNATI, OH. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Union Township Police Department (Ohio) 1-513-752-1230.
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Endangered Runaway: SHAYHEEDA CARNEY (OH)
SHAYHEEDA CARNEY, Age Now: 16, Missing: 05/15/2013. Missing From CINCINNATI, OH. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Cincinnati Police Department (Ohio) 1-513-765-1212.
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Charter school advocate wants to strip requirement for public schools from Ohio Constitution
COLUMBUS: The phrase in the Ohio Constitution that requires the state to provide an adequate system of public schools would be stricken from the document if the head of a constitutional modernization subcommittee has his way.Chairman Chad Readler, a Columbus attorney who leads the Constitutional Modernization Commission’s schools and local government committee, wants to remove the phrase “thorough and efficient” from Article VI of the Constitution. Readler, who is actively involved in the privately run charter school movement, is among 32 Ohio community leaders and legislators looking at ways to modernize the Constitution for recommendations to the legislature. Readler was selected by House leadership to run the subcommittee.Readler said the current Constitution was written 160 years ago, when, “We didn’t have any coordinated public school system. We’ve obviously moved dramatically in that regard.”He said he suggested removing the “thorough and efficient” clause because it is hard to define and interpret and has produced a series of closely decided court decisions. That phrase was the basis for the Ohio Supreme Court’s landmark DeRolph v. State ruling in which the high court four times, beginning in 1997, found the system of funding public education to have failed tens of thousands of children.Public education is the single largest expenditure of public dollars in Ohio, and the court ruled that the state had failed to define and adequately fund a “thorough and efficient” system of schools that adequately served all children.Justice Francis E. Sweeney Sr., who wrote the majority opinion, scolded the legislature by calling for a “systematic overhaul” of public education, citing examples of unsafe buildings and poor academic programming in some districts while many suburban districts enjoyed great wealth.“Today, Ohio stands at a crossroads,” he wrote. “We must decide whether the promise of providing to our youth a free, public elementary and secondary education in a ‘thorough and efficient system’ has been fulfilled. The importance of this case cannot be overestimated.” Readler said the legislative and executive branches are best poised to decide education policy and that the check on their actions is re-election, not the courts.State Sen. Bill Coley, R-Liberty Township north of Cincinnati, said he likes that it is up to the legislature to decide what is equitable in the school system.“It makes it clear we’re trusting our elected officials to do their job and to not become overly prescriptive here,” he said in an April 10 Gongwer legislative news story.Others are not so sure that sensitive issues like funding should be left in the hands of legislators.“Scary stuff,” said Columbus attorney Nick Pittner, who argued the DeRolph case for the more than 500 school districts that believed the funding formula of property taxes and state subsidies was unfair to smaller and poorer districts.Readler’s proposal would “remove the courts from any role in determining the appropriateness of public education provided by the Ohio General Assembly,” he said.“It’s not in the interest of Ohio in general or school children to remove the courts from oversight,” he said.Pittner built a case showing that children in Vinton County had no cafeteria and had to cross a busy highway to eat at a diner, and that at another, scaffolding was erected to prevent children from being hit by bricks falling from the walls.Edward Gilbert, an Akron attorney, also objected.“The reason I say that is: What has the legislature done in terms of funding? The Supreme Court has said four or five times that the way we’re funding is inappropriate,” he said in the Gongwer legislative news story. He could not be reached for comment on Monday. Readler said his Education, Public Institutions and Miscellaneous and Local Government Committee will consider new language to the Constitution for the rest of the year.“This is in the early stages of being discussed,” he said. “We welcome input. That’s the whole point, to have a Constitution that serves Ohio well into the future.”Carol Biliczky can be reached at or 330-996-3729.
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Stow company benefits from Ohio’s Utica shale boom
STOW: Ohio’s Utica shale boom is benefiting Polystar Containment.In the past 3½ years, the drilling industry in Ohio and other states has become one-third of the sales for the Stow company that specializes in spill prevention and containment.Last summer, Polystar moved its 25 full-time employees from two buildings with 40,000 square feet of space in Twinsburg into larger facilities with 80,000 square feet of space in Stow. There they produce modular and portable systems to contain leaks and spills around drilling rigs, tanks and shipping sites to protect the environment.Additional space and facilities were critical to handle growing sales, officials said.The sales bump from drilling for natural gas and oil “came almost out of nowhere, but adding this has been fantastic,” said Rob Nightwine, the company’s director of sales. He declined to provide specific sales figures.Polystar Containment is not the only company to benefit from Ohio’s Utica shale boom.It is among 106 projects that a Columbus law firm lists in its spring 2014 compilation of Utica shale investment and spending in Ohio.Ohio has seen an additional $5.9 billion in investment since last fall, according to Bricker & Eckler LLP. Shale-related spending has grown from $12.9 billion in the fall report to $18.8 billion in the latest report.The number of projects jumped from 84, an increase of 26 percent.And the dollar value is far larger than reported because there are no price estimates for 43 of the 106 projects listed, officials said.The Shale Economic Development Overview report is dominated by energy infrastructure — pipelines and processing plants — said Bricker & Eckler attorney Matt Warnock.“The numbers are flat-out staggering,” he said in a telephone interview. “I’m both surprised and impressed.”He admitted that it is difficult getting used to talking about multibillion-dollar projects in Ohio.A dozen projects on the company’s list show a price tag of $500 million or more.Most of the names on the list are not from companies that people are familiar with or have ever been in Ohio before, Warnock said. That means there is “a tremendous growth of existing companies and new companies moving to Ohio.”The listings range from new hotels to interstate pipelines, from enlarged steel mills to well-service companies entering Ohio.Akron’s FirstEnergy Corp. has one of the largest projects: a $2.8 billion upgrade to its electric system in Ohio’s shale region.Another big-money project on the list is a $500 million proposed natural gas-fired power plant in Butler County near Cincinnati. The plant, announced in January, could begin operations in 2018.Warnock said the law firm gathered most of its data from news reports. Not all of the listings are directly tied to Utica shale activity, but the list provides a comprehensive overview of the industry, including new plants, new or expanded Ohio offices and new educational programs.The law firm issued its first report about a year ago, but the fall report was the first to get significant attention, he said.Eight in StarkLocally, Stark County has eight listings, including steel expansions by Canton-based Timken Co. and plans by Stark State College to build training facilities in Canton for drilling.Summit County has one other listing: Amerimar Inc. and its redevelopment plans for the old Firestone Tire Co. offices and plant, as well as the Greystone Hall building in downtown Akron.Portage, Medina and Wayne counties do not appear on the Bricker & Eckler list, but numerous pipeline projects would affect those counties.Trumbull County leads the Bricker & Eckler report with 15 listings. Columbiana County has 10 listings.Stow’s Polystar Containment specializes in systems of steel and fiberglass or molded polyethylene that can be placed around drilling sites, storage tanks or loading areas to contain spills and leaks.The secondary-containment company — it is officially Polystar Inc. — offers 13 specific products that have been designed, built and are for sale, Nightwine said.Its most popular system is a 3-foot-high barrier that is corrosion resistant.One advantage is that two workers can install the barrier system with no heavy equipment or tools. The company produces four pieces needed to assemble the outer barrier.A barrier for a 40-foot-by-40-foot area would cost about $11,000 to $12,000, Nightwine said. Liners are extra.The company typically stocks up to 2,000 barrier pieces that are 4 feet long for quick shipment, he said. The barriers are easy to ship by van or truck.The company also offers a containment system that lies flat on the ground around railroad tracks where oil is being loaded and unloaded.“We’re basically an insurance policy against leaks and problems,” Nightwine said.New customersDrillers from as far away as Texas, North Dakota and Oklahoma have been attracted to its equipment, he said.His company is dealing largely with drilling contractors, not the big energy companies, he said. The equipment is sold to contractors, who then rent to drillers.Previous to the shale drilling explosion, Polystar Containment largely sold to the trucking and rail industries plus the military, Nightwine said.The 21-year-old company, originally based in Macedonia, also is looking to expand into protecting against leaks and spills of hazardous chemicals, production manager Mark Pethtel said.The Bricker & Eckler report is available at Downing can be reached at 330-996-3745 or
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Police: Man tries to enter restricted area of downtown building
Cincinnati police are seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect who tried to enter a restricted area of the Atrium One building downtown.
April 15 2014 - Source:

Timeline: Lunar eclipse over Cincinnati
Local weather conditions do not appear to be ideal to view Tuesday morning's lunar eclipse. Cloud cover will likely blot out the view of the moon. However, if a gap in the cloud cover does appear, Tri-state residents can view an amazing phenomenon.
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Jewish community leaders on high alert following Kansas City shooting
The terrifying news of an alleged hate crime at  Jewish community center in Kansas City has local Jewish leaders in Greater Cincinnati on high alert. 
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Family of murder suspect holds walk, proclaim innocence
The family of David Dooley,  the man accused of murdering Michelle Mockbee in her Northern Kentucky workplace in 201 2, believe he's innocent. On Sunday, supporters of Dooley took off on their first "Walk Toward Freedom" and balloon release at Boone County's Central Park. 
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GE plans to put 1,400 jobs in Cincinnati area
The General Electric Co. plans to build a new global operations center in the Cincinnati area, adding 1,400 jobs in southwest Ohio.
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Police: Five men steal nearly $6K in handbags from downtown store
Cincinnati police are searching for five men following a ‘flash robbery' at Saks Fifth Avenue in downtown Cincinnati.
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