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New Zealand mosque attacks highlight everyday fear for Cincinnati Muslims2m46s

New Zealand mosque attacks highlight everyday fear for Cincinnati Muslims

“I think most Muslim communities are thinking, ‘It’s not a matter of if. It’s a matter of when,’” Clifton Mosque Imam Ismaeel Chartier said that night. His mosque had a 'when' once: In 2005, a still-unidentified pipe bomber left two explosives outside its front doors at night. Chartier said he and others spend some days bracing themselves for a repeat or worse.

WCPO
Published: March 16, 2019
Conner High School gets blessing in disguise ahead of opening day2m08s

Conner High School gets blessing in disguise ahead of opening day

Conner High School baseball coach Brad Arlinghaus was attending the Thursday funeral of a former student, 25-year-old Dallas Willoughby, when his phone began to light up with text messages. Checking them, he saw his team’s battered dugout blowing across Cougar Path. Opening day is Monday. Instead of being upset, however, Arlinghaus said he prefers to view the situation as a positive one — maybe even serendipitous.

WCPO
Published: March 16, 2019
Beware scam artists offering to fix your storm damage2m14s

Beware scam artists offering to fix your storm damage

When you're looking at the devastation of a collapsed roof. fallen shingles or a broken window, it can be tempting to hire the first person who offers to help fix it — but it's smarter to hold off and investigate them first.

WCPO
Published: March 15, 2019
FC Cincinnati fans excited about first MLS home game3m36s

FC Cincinnati fans excited about first MLS home game

FC Cincinnati has taken the soccer world by storm over the past few years. Owner Carl Lindner, team president Jeff Berding, coaches and players all credit one thing: The fans. Bill Wolf and Kevin Wallace, members of The Pride" fan club, join WCPO Anchor Craig McKee on the set to talk about why FC Cincinnati has attracted so many loyal and exuberant fans.

WCPO
Published: March 15, 2019
FC Cincinnati fans excited about first MLS home game3m36s

FC Cincinnati fans excited about first MLS home game

FC Cincinnati has taken the soccer world by storm over the past few years. Owner Carl Lindner, team president Jeff Berding, coaches and players all credit one thing: The fans. Bill Wolf and Kevin Wallace, members of The Pride" fan club, join WCPO Anchor Craig McKee on the set to talk about why FC Cincinnati has attracted so many loyal and exuberant fans.

WCPO
Published: March 15, 2019
Cleaning up after severe weather1m50s

Cleaning up after severe weather

When you hear emergency sirens going off like they did during Thursday's storms, it's time to take shelter. It's a warning sound that most people in the Tri-State had likely heard before. But where they are when they hear it could mean something slightly different, as different communities use the sirens with slightly different guidelines.

WCPO
Published: March 15, 2019