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Redevelopment coming to Camp Washington1m57s

Redevelopment coming to Camp Washington

A new multi-level structure going up on the corner of Arlington and Colerain, right off Interstate 75, will be a $16 million storage facility. The owners have a similar business in Lexington, Kentucky.

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Published: March 21, 2019
Musical program helps people with Alzheimer's1m46s

Musical program helps people with Alzheimer's

Ninety-four-year-old Frieda Garber has days where her mind can be foggy. But even on bad days, she's crystal clear when she takes part in a program called Songs By Heart at The Kenwood by Senior Star. As soon as pianist Lynne Miller and vocalist Clare Hingsbergen begin to perform, Garber’s eyes light up and she starts to sing along, said her daughter, Ellen Garber.

WCPO
Published: March 21, 2019
I-Team: One Newport officer punched more suspects in head than whole departments combined5m45s

I-Team: One Newport officer punched more suspects in head than whole departments combined

Now, nearly two years after the most striking incident, the WCPO I-Team has obtained Newport police body camera video showing exactly what happened for the first time. The Newport police department concluded Officer Steve Linville's use of force against Hugo Aguilar was justified. Linville no longer works for Newport, but he's still a police officer in Falmouth, Kentucky.

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Published: March 21, 2019
Crews search woods in Delhi Township for more human remains1m38s

Crews search woods in Delhi Township for more human remains

Passersby discovered skeletal human remains in a wooded area of Delhi Township Wednesday evening, according to police. A man who had been walking in the woods found the the remains at about 5:15 p.m. near Rosemont Avenue, Delhi Township Police Department Assistant Chief Jeff Braun said.

WCPO
Published: March 21, 2019
Skeletal human remains found in Delhi Township1m24s

Skeletal human remains found in Delhi Township

Passersby discovered skeletal human remains in a wooded area of Delhi Township Wednesday evening, according to police. A man who had been walking in the woods found the the remains at about 5:15 p.m. near Rosemont Avenue, Delhi Township Police Department Assistant Chief Jeff Braun said. Braun said the remains consisted of “very few pieces of bone structure,” and investigators don’t know much about the person’s identity, how long they’ve been there or how they died.

WCPO
Published: March 21, 2019
Sending the team off in style2m10s

Sending the team off in style

Every Purcell Marian student gets the chance to cheer on their basketball team after school trustees paid for buses for everyone.

WCPO
Published: March 20, 2019
Brain tumor survivor grows up to treat UCMC cancer patients2m29s

Brain tumor survivor grows up to treat UCMC cancer patients

Andrew Porter believes the cancer treatment he received as a teenager in Indiana did more than banish his brain tumor. It set him on a new path — one that would eventually lead him to the University of Cincinnati’s Proton Therapy Center, where he helps patients experiencing the same struggle with disease.

WCPO
Published: March 20, 2019
Contrary to rumors, Rumpke is still recycling1m53s

Contrary to rumors, Rumpke is still recycling

It's true that China has stopped accepting many American recyclables, disrupting a process on which many towns relied, but that doesn't mean they won't be recycled. You should still separate out your cardboard, recyclable plastics and glass.

WCPO
Published: March 20, 2019
2 boys injured in Oxford explosion2m01s

2 boys injured in Oxford explosion

A Butler County dispatcher said the 911 call arrived at 7:45 p.m. and described an injury from an accident involving fireworks. Police believe the explosion was caused by a "modified pyrotechnic device" one of the boys ignited, but it's still not totally clear what happened. Oxford officers described finding one child covered in blood. One boy's hand was blown off and he was missing some teeth, according to a police report. The explosion damaged a nearby house. Witnesses rushed to help the boys.

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Published: March 20, 2019
Trenton city manager vows to help drain flooded backyards1m56s

Trenton city manager vows to help drain flooded backyards

Neighbors first complained in February that a pair of dry wells meant to drain rainwater from their yards had failed, creating a massive, mucky pond that attracted geese and gnats. Developer Cristo Homes said then it hadn’t heard about the issue. On Wednesday night, however, Trenton’s interim City Manager Rob Leichman promised to partner with Cristo to find a solution.

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Published: March 21, 2019