John Cranley


Last week, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley addressed the topic of police reform in the city by introducing the U.S. Conference of Mayors' Police Reform and Racial Justice report. The report includes policy directives for cities and police departments. At the same time, the mayor is calling for more funding for police to combat gun violence.

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Updated: Wednesday, 12:10 p.m.

For more than two hours on Tuesday, arguments were heard in the Hamilton County Municipal Court regarding the potential dismissal of charges against protesters who were arrested by Cincinnati Police while protesting in support of the Black Lives Matter movement from May 29 to June 1.

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Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley on Wednesday pushed back the city's curfew from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m., which will be in effect starting now through Monday, June 8, at 6 a.m.

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Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley said the citywide curfew will begin at 8 p.m. Monday evening. That's an hour earlier than Sunday night, and two hours before the one on Saturday evening.

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Cincinnati is extending a weekend curfew implemented as protests continue with more planned Sunday and Monday. A citywide curfew will now begin at 9 p.m., running through at least Tuesday morning.

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Following a largely peaceful protest Friday night that devolved into broken windows, graffiti and looting, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley on Saturday issued a 10 p.m. curfew for the entirety of Downtown Cincinnati that will remain in effect through Sunday night. 

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It's unclear what Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine's Tuesday turnabout means for cities like Cincinnati.

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Cincinnati officials said Monday many of the city's restaurants and bars that opened for outdoor dining last weekend followed the state's safety guidelines. A few did not and that brought visits to those establishments Saturday.

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Cincinnati City Council is expected to vote on an ordinance Wednesday that would impose civil fines instead of criminal penalties for businesses in the city who violate the state's public health orders and related safety guidelines.

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Ohio employees in manufacturing, distribution, construction and office work can begin returning to their jobs today. As part of the gradual reopening of the economy, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is recommending that employees who can telework remain at home.

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In the last two days, there have been 85 new confirmed COVID-19 cases within the city of Cincinnati. The total number of cases was 381 as of Friday afternoon.

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Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley is asking residents to reach out to federal lawmakers to provide funding for local governments in future stimulus legislation. 

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Cincinnati's mayor said he's confident the state will reopen slowly and safely next month.

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There have been pictures from around the country of people waiting in lines for hours at food banks. The local Freestore Foodbank is also experiencing that same demand.  

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Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley on Friday issued a new emergency order related to the coronavirus outbreak. 

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Officials at all levels of government have suggested people wear masks when out in public to prevent the spread of COVID-19, especially if there could be issues maintaining six-foot spacing with others.

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Cincinnati Edition speaks with Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley about how the city, businesses and residents are coping during the coronavirus pandemic and discusses what is needed.

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The free rides on Cincinnati Metro buses will be ending later this week. 

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Cincinnati's mayor and the city's health commissioner are ordering that the streetcar system be shutdown because of concerns about the coronavirus.

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Cincinnati's Health commissioner reported there are now 16 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the city, and that includes four positive test results returned Tuesday.