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  • Nativity
    Imperfect Christmas serves as perfect reminder
    Its Christmas Eve in Cincinnati, and many people are getting ready for visiting or visits from family and friends. While the family and friends festivities are roaring inside, the weather in Cincinnati is going to be rainy this year. The weather...
  • Bengals disrupt Manning
    Bengals secure playoff fate by upsetting Broncos
    The Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals each had a share of high stakes on Dec. 22. However, while the Broncos were fighting to stay alive for the AFC No. 1 seed, the Bengals faced a very real scenario where they fell out of the AFC North lead...
  • Food for Fines
    How overdue books and parking tickets can feed the hungry
    With 49 million people in America living with hunger, we need to find innovative ways to solve this crisis. Libraries and city government are coming up with some.It's called food for fines. Libraries are offering reductions in fines in...
  • Cincinnati Boar's Head Festival slays evil and the wild boar for 75 years
    Cincinnati Boar’s Head Festival slays evil and the wild boar for 75 years
    One moment, merry teenagers are somersaulting down the church aisle, the next, the Three Wise Men are making their stately progress toward the altar. The Boar’s Head Festival is a raucous, moving mix of hijinks and grandeur, telling a tale...
  • Ferguson Protesters in Cincinnati
    Several arrested after Ferguson protesters march onto I-75 in Cincinnati
    CINCINNATI, Ohio - Protesters briefly shut down a section of I-75 in Cincinnati near the Ezzard Charles exit as they chanted, "Hands up, don't shoot" to protest the grand jury decision Monday not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in...
  • Happy Thanksgiving
    Being grateful people this Thanksgiving
    Thanksgiving in Cincinnati is always a time to remember the good things in life here in the Queen City. Good schools, good churches, good communities, and much more. However, Thanksgiving seems to have been turned into a shopping extravaganza over...
  • Natalia's wish is to feed the hungry and homeless
    Dying from cancer, 11-year old's last wish feeds the hungry
    Eleven year-old Natalia Marsh-Welton had a mission. Not even terminal brain cancer was going to stop her.Natalia was determined to help the hungry and homeless. She said, "I would like to give people soup and blankets. I don't want there...
  • Ohio man charged with sex trafficking, holding 12 women captive for two years
    Ohio man charged with sex trafficking, holding 12 women captive for two years
    In a case that sounds eerily similar to that of Ariel Castro’s, the man charged in 2013 with multiple counts of kidnapping and rape in the case of three women he kidnapped and kept prisoners for over a decade in his Cleveland home,...
  • Daniel Straus
    Daniel Straus vs. Patricio "Pitbull" Freire title fight set for Bellator 132.
    Bellator announced their upcoming schedule for the first part of 2015 on Saturday evening.Part of the announcement was that Cincinnati native Daniel Straus will take on Patricio "Pitbull" Freire for the featherweight title at Bellator...
  • Cincinnati Bengals to host canned good drive
    Cincinnati Bengals to tackle local hunger crisis
    In Hamilton County of Ohio, the home of the Cincinnati Bengals, over 18 percent of the population lives in hunger. The child hunger rate in the county exceeds 22 percent, according to a study by Feeding America.Hunger relief agencies in the...
  • ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives’ found ‘One Street Wonders’
    ‘Diners, Drive-ins and Dives’ found ‘One Street Wonders’
    On last night's Food Network episode of “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives,” Guy Fieri took the Camaro to Vine Street in Cincinnati, Ohio in this episode titled “One Street Wonders.”Guy did not have to drive very far, as all...
  • Jewel Staite at Serenity premiere
    Jewel Staite fan Q & A panel Cincy Comic Expo: Pt 2 "Firefly" and "Serenity"
    This is part 2 of Examiner's coverage of Jewel Staite's appearance at Cincinnati Comic Expo on Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014 at the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, OH. Despite the panel's decidedly Browncoat-ed title, “The Shiny...
  • Bellator 127
    Daniel Straus knocks out Justin Wilcox at Bellator 127
    Daniel Straus needed just 50 seconds at Bellator 127 to rebound from his heartbreaking title loss in March.The Cincinnati native knocked out Justin Wilcox in the first round in the main event at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula,...
  • Zombie Walk helps local food bank
    Zombies take action against hunger
    Cincinnati, Ohio has been a trendsetter with "penny lunches" and school feeding to fight hunger. Now the city is home to another innovation: Hunger-fighting zombies!The 6th annual Cincinnati Zombie Walk took place tonight. The zombies...
  • Homecoming
    Homecoming reminds Christians of eternal destiny
    Cincinnati Christian Schools will be holding its High School’s homecoming this weekend. From the game to the festivities, students and staff are gearing up to celebrate something wonderful this week. Homecoming is a celebratory time when...