Ambriehl Crutchfield

Reporter, WVXU

An increase in patients with mild and moderate respiratory symptoms is increasing the risk of people catching COVID-19 in Dearborn County, Ind.

It's a perfect sunny spring day to sit on the trunk of your car on Race Street and eat freshly fried fish, but hardly anyone is walking through the doors of Alabama Fish Bar. It's the day before a Friday during Lent, a time that some people don't eat meat. Restaurant management is considering closing its doors a few hours early.

Update 6:45 AM:  Academy of World Languages remains closed Wednesday. 

Cincinnati Public Schools is canceling all domestic and international travel until June.

With the spread of COVID-19, some Cincinnati area groups are canceling their blood drives over fears of spreading the disease. Now the University of Cincinnati's Hoxworth Blood Center is calling on healthy people to donate.

The Hamilton County Board of Elections is expecting 50% of voters to cast ballots during this year's primary election on March 17.

JobsOhio will invest up to $100 million in the Cincinnati Innovation District in Uptown over the next 10 years aiming to get $2 billion return on investment, including 15,000 STEM graduates.

Updated Tuesday, 12:36 p.m.

Cincinnati Public Schools wants harsher penalties for people speeding in school zones.

Last year, unintentional overdose deaths decreased 11% in Hamilton County. Now public officials are working together to tackle a more long-term issue: addiction.

Filing your taxes with the IRS can be a breeze or a major headache depending on a variety of factors.

More black Cincinnatians are living to see their 72nd birthday. But that's still three years shorter than their white counterparts.

Walnut Hills is trying to balance new development and keep its low-income residents.

The University of Cincinnati's Uptown campus is experiencing record growth in student enrollment, particularly among first generation students and people of color.

On Jan. 23, the Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies school's principal made an announcement that everyone in the building was participating in an active shooter lockdown.

Teresa Theetge is making history as the highest-ranking woman in the Cincinnati Police Department.

A group of Cincinnati area high school students are producing a PSA to discourage middle schoolers from vaping.

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