Archive for November, 2013


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Amelia company sets pace for giving to United Way

AMIG was also the top overall Pacesetter, raising $530,132, which is a $78,647 increase over last year and a 17 percent increase.

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Both drivers killed in crash involving Rumpke truck, semitrailer

ON CRASH. GOOD EVENING, I’M MIKE DARDIS. AND I’M SURE PAOLELLO. BOTH MEN WERE TRUCK DRIVERS… ONE…. WAS A RUMPKE WORKER…. PICKING UP USED TIRES FOR RECYCLING.

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1,700 still waiting for power after Sunday storms

Just over 1,700 Duke Energy customers are still without power this morning after strong storms roared through Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky on Sunday night, dumping record rainfall and high winds.

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Ohio grand jury calls witnesses for shooting case

A southern Ohio grand jury has called some reluctant possible witnesses for the investigation of the fatal shooting of a young mother whose toddler was wounded.

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Grand jury meets in Brown Co. mom’s slaying case

SURROUNDING THE CASE OF A MURDERED MOM IN BROWN COUNTY. INVESTIGATORS… TRYING TO GET TO THE BOTTOM OF THINGS… WLWT IS LEADING THE WAY… LOOKING FOR ANSWERS TOO.

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Grand jury convenes in Brittany Stykes homicide case

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Brown Co. man shot in face in Winton Hills

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Former Ohio mayor sues elections board for $1.5M

The former mayor of a southern Ohio village has filed a civil rights lawsuit seeking $1.5 million and accusing a county elections board of painting him as a cheat and briber.

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Germany: WWII bomb forces mass evacuation

Raise the age at which you can begin collecting full Social Security benefits? Older Americans say no.

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Some power outages after stormy Halloween

All is fairly quiet this morning after strong storms swept through Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky on Halloween, soaking trick-or-treaters, downing trees and knocking out power to thousands.

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