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Andrew "Drew" Allen, who was hit by multiple cars less than two weeks after his 2-year-old brother Brody died of cancer, will survive, though he remains unconscious and cannot breathe on his own, our news partner WCPO reports

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Two and a half years after eight people were killed in Pike County, Ohio, arrests are made in the brutal deaths.

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The federal government will charge the man who killed two people in a Jeffersontown Kroger last month with three federal hate crimes.

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Kyle Plush's family is critical of the findings from two independent reviews of the city's response to his death in April.

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Statistics show Kentucky jails a higher percentage of people than most states, ninth overall and second for women, and the ACLU is calling for legislative action to alleviate the overcrowding.

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The beloved holiday train display that's been delighting Greater Cincinnatians for generations is back after a two-year hiatus.

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The Cincinnati Bengals and Hamilton County commissioners have agreed to a deal that clears the way for a music venue at The Banks. It also makes some changes to the Paul Brown Stadium lease.

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Former Cincinnati council member and mayoral candidate Yvette Simpson has been named the new chief executive of Democracy for America, the progressive organization founded in 2004 by then-presidential candidate Howard Dean.

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The Cincinnati Museum Center's grand reopening is Nov. 17., when visitors will finally get to see the renovated museum spaces, new dinosaur exhibits, and the perennial favorite holiday trains. WVXU has been following the Union Terminal renovations since the beginning, and now we're looking back at the project over the last four years.

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No one can accuse Ohio's newly re-elected U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown of letting the moss grow under his feet.

How The Great War Changed The Course Of History

Nov 14, 2018
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The "war to end all wars" began with Austria-Hungary's declaration of war on Serbia on July 28, 1914. The fighting ended when Germany accepted the armistice terms demanded by the Allies, on November 11, 1918. More than 17 million military personnel and civilians died, including 116,000 Americans.

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After years of planning and construction to repair the 85-year-old Union Terminal, the Cincinnati Museum Center will reopen this Saturday, November 17.

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Hamilton County commissioners have more than a month left before they have to approve a 2019 general fund budget. They'd like to approve a spending plan before that though. At the third and final public hearing on the budget Tuesday night in Colerain Township, they heard "compelling testimony" and "cogent arguments" against some of the proposed cuts.

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Modifications are likely coming to a proposal to regulate Airbnb and other short-term rental housing in Cincinnati.  

City Council's Budget and Finance Committee heard from about three dozen people Tuesday on both sides of the issue.  

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Twenty-two historic murals have been painstakingly cleaned, restored and are ready to go back on public display when Union Terminal reopens this weekend.

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Local foodies will soon have a new place to chow down: the Corporation for Findlay Market, The Model Group, and Hickory Wald Hospitality Group are opening a food hall at 1818 Race Street in the spring of 2019.

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More than two years after the gruesome incident, four people are under arrest for the murders of eight people in Pike County.

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Newtown's largest land owner, Doug Evans, faces trial in federal court Tuesday. Prosecutors allege he set up a dummy company called Ergon to illegally gain millions of dollars worth of minority contracts from the City of Cincinnati.

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Soccer team FC Cincinnati is embracing its new identity, announcing it is officially becoming Football Club Cincinnati as it enters Major League Soccer.

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After Democrats won control of the U.S. House of Representatives on Election Day and made small gains in the Kentucky General Assembly, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's "not happy" with how Republicans performed in suburban areas.

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