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Public nuisance lawsuit against Millennium Hotel2m44s

Public nuisance lawsuit against Millennium Hotel

Mayor John Cranley spoke with Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters last Thursday and again on Tuesday to discuss filing a public nuisance lawsuit against the owners of the 872-room hotel on West Fifth Street.

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Published: March 19, 2019
Here's how NEST is helping Northside housing market2m03s

Here's how NEST is helping Northside housing market

Northside has seen a lot of change in the last several years. New home construction and some commercial development is mixing in with the existing neighborhood properties. Many of the new and renovated homes have come through Northsiders Engaged in Sustainable Transformation, or NEST.

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Published: March 19, 2019
Firefighter recalls quick reaction to save child1m47s

Firefighter recalls quick reaction to save child

Lt. Jimmy Adams has been a firefighter for almost 30 years, but he'd never had a call before like the one that came to the Company 2 fire station's front step Sunday. There was a knock at the door, then a more forceful beat. Two people were there with a 9-month-old who appeared to be having trouble breathing. The baby had apparently suffered an opioid overdose.

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Published: March 19, 2019
Driver faces charges in crash that killed 31m06s

Driver faces charges in crash that killed 3

Police are investigating the crash that killed a Mason family of three on Interstate 75 Sunday night as a vehicular homicide. Timmy Thompson, 51, 50-year-old Karen Thompson and their daughter, 10-year-old Tessa Thompson, were all killed in the crash with a wrong-way driver when they were driving southbound on I-75 in Moraine at about 8 p.m. Sunday.

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Published: March 19, 2019
Longer walk signals, new streetcar lights among city's recommendations for Downtown traffic1m22s

Longer walk signals, new streetcar lights among city's recommendations for Downtown traffic

People moving throughout the city's Central Business District should expect traffic flows to begin changing over the next several months, and the changes have been a long time coming. City transportation officials Tuesday afternoon will present results of three different but concurrent studies analyzing traffic signal patterns and how curb space is utilized throughout Downtown.

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Published: March 19, 2019
Crews extinguish fire in Evanstono41s

Crews extinguish fire in Evanstono

No injuries were reported at a house fire at 3324 Trimble Avenue in Evanston. Crews closed the road Tuesday morning while they searched the building.

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Published: March 19, 2019
Leveling the playing field for homeowners3m28s

Leveling the playing field for homeowners

A 2018 Brookings Institution study suggests predominantly African-American neighborhoods across the country are still coping with the results of a practice called 'redlining.'

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Published: March 18, 2019