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"Point Blank" filming chase scenes in OTR

The film "Point Blank" will be filming chase scenes in OTR starting Tuesday and lasting until Friday. Roads are expected to be closed periodically throughout the week to accommodate for film crews.

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Published: August 21, 2018
I-Team: Overdue loans owed to Cincinnati6m10s

I-Team: Overdue loans owed to Cincinnati

Developers, nonprofits and ordinary citizens owe the city of Cincinnati nearly $2.3 million in overdue payments from commercial loans it has made over the past two decades.

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Published: August 21, 2018
Cincinnati Pet Food Pantry closes for good1m33s

Cincinnati Pet Food Pantry closes for good

The Norwood-based Cincinnati Pet Food Pantry, which for more than eight years helped provide low-income households with kibble, announced on Sunday it would close for good. Since 2010, organizers wrote on Facebook, the project had struggled to secure both the space and the supplies that fueled it.

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Published: August 21, 2018
Vatican official to Deters: You 'embarrass' me1m50s

Vatican official to Deters: You 'embarrass' me

Joe Deters needs to go to confession, one official at the Vatican Observatory believes. Fr. Paul Mueller, a St. Xavier High School graduate who is now the vice director and superior of Jesuit community at the Vatican Observatory, wrote a letter to Deters this month after seeing reports in the news that Deters believes the Pope is wrong about the death penalty.

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Published: August 20, 2018
Spike in opioid-addicted pregnant women50s

Spike in opioid-addicted pregnant women

It's never too late to seek help. Hundreds of women in our area are working to rehabilitate themselves from opioid addiction for the sake of their unborn children.

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Published: August 20, 2018
Homeless camp clears after ban becomes permanent1m57s

Homeless camp clears after ban becomes permanent

People staying at an Over-the-Rhine homeless encampment left as promised Monday, but a leader of the group said they aren't gone for good. The remaining people at 13th and Republic streets finished packing their tents and belongings within hours of learning that the city of Cincinnati signed off on Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters’ motion to permanently ban all encampments on public and private property countywide.

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Published: August 20, 2018
Prosecution presents texts sent from Shayna Hubers to Ryan Poston2m43s

Prosecution presents texts sent from Shayna Hubers to Ryan Poston

Shayna Hubers hacked Ryan Poston's Facebook account to unfriend people and send messages to others, Highland Heights Police Chief Bill Birkenhauer said. Birkenhauer testified Monday in the fifth day of Hubers' retrial in Poston's death. He said Hubers sent Poston tens of thousands of social media messages, but Poston would rarely respond to them.

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Published: August 20, 2018
Officials: Homeless camps banned in Hamilton County1m41s

Officials: Homeless camps banned in Hamilton County

A hearing today that advocates thought would determine the fate of homeless camps in Hamilton County was canceled after lawyers for the city of Cincinnati signed off on Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters' motion to permanently ban all encampments on public and private property countywide.

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Published: August 20, 2018
Reds collectibles, ballpark items up for sale3m14s

Reds collectibles, ballpark items up for sale

More than 200 items are up for auction, including a Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame memorial banner honoring renowned manager Sparky Anderson -- and a “Crosley Field Remembered” cardboard sign.

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Published: August 20, 2018