A former Hamilton County Sheriff's employee, who moonlighted as a lounge singer, will plead guilty to five felonies and could get up to ten years in prison.
The Prosecutor's Office says Mickey Esposito, who used to supervise the Sheriff's Department property room, stole drugs and jewelry and gave them to his wife and step-son who sold them. Allison Esposito and Adam Fintak will also plead guilty and face ten years in prison.
The Sheriff’s Department says it now has new policies to make sure this does not happen again.
Hands-free is not risk free. That's the message from AAA.
The auto club is releasing what it calls a groundbreaking study on distracted driving. AAA along with the University of Utah found voice-activated, hands-free technologies on cell phones and in cars pose the greatest risks for distracted driving accidents.
“The risk is extensive,” says AAA spokesperson Cheryl Parker. “If you have these voice activated, in-car technologies, don’t use them unless you’re safely parked.”
More than a hundred volunteers from the Kentucky United Methodist Church Annual Convention, local hospitality organizations and the Northern Kentucky Convention and Visitors Bureau dug into a massive job Tuesday afternoon.
They gathered in Covington, near the Roebling Suspension Bridge, to bag 40,000 pounds of sweet potatoes that will be sent to local food pantries and ministries.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is getting high praise. It ranks third overall in the U.S. News and World Report's 2013 Best Children's Hospitals ranking. And for the first time, Cincinnati Children's was ranked number one for pediatric cancer care.