(Cincinnati)---Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis is returning to coach at least two more years. The team has announced a contract extension which will take Lewis through the 2019 season. Lewis is the winningest coach in Bengals history with 125 wins, but the team has missed the playoffs the last two seasons, and have never won a post season game under Lewis.
(Wilmington)---We begin 2018 in the deep freezer. Both Cincinnati and Dayton broke record low temperatures overnight with the low reaching 5 below at CVG and 13 below in Dayton. The low at the Butler County Regional Airport hit 10 below zero. A Wind Chil Advisory is in effect between 7pm tonight and Noon tomorrow.
(Fairfield)---Fairfield City School officials decided not to delay or close school Tuesday as they became the first district in the county to return from winter break. School resumes tomorrow in Hamilton and Thursday in the Lakota school district.
(Hamilton)---Hamilton firefighters were called to a haz-mat incident at Bethesda Hospital's Butler County Campus on Hamilton Mason Road. A gallon or so of formaldehyde spilled on the floor of an enclosed office inside the hospital. No injuries were reported.
(Cincinnati)---The Queen City has its first homicide of the new year. 25 year old Thomas Rainey was found shot on the 2000 block of Colerain Avenue. He later died at University Hospital. Police have not yet released suspect information.
(Cincinnati)---You begin the work week paying more for gas. Regular unleaded is averaging $2.52/gallon in Greater Cincinnati. That's 15 cents higher than the week following Christmas, according to the experts at Gas Buddy.