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Headlines For The Weekend April 16-18

(FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP)--Fairfield Township police say two women died in a wrong way head-on crash on Route 4 in front of Butler Tech late Friday morning. 67 year old Terri Alcorn of Cincinnati crossed the median and hit a northbound van driven by 65 year old Janice King of Monroe. Alcorn died at the scene, and King was flown to UC Clifton, where she died. King was a bus driver for the Hamilton City School District. The highway was shut down for several hours after the crash.

 

(CINCINNATI)--Hamilton County's Coroner says the Johnson and Johnson vaccine does not appear to have played a role in the death of 21 year old John Foley, a UC student from Columbus. He died Sunday, one day after getting the vaccine. 

 

(West Chester)--A Deerfield Township man faces the possibility of life in prison after pleading guilty to child rape. 47 year old Rodrigo Medina admitted to raping a 9 year old girl and three other juveniles. He will be sentenced May 17th.

 

(Hamilton)--City of Hamilton Health Commissioner Kay Farrar is trying to figure out why Lindenwald residents aren't getting their COVID-19 vaccines like the city's other neighborhoods. The 45015 zip code shows only 21% have received their vaccine, compared to the
45011 and 45013 zip codes, where 31% have been vaccinated.

 

(Cincinnati)--Tri-Staters are gearing up for the return of Brood-X, also known as the 17 year cicadas. Many residents are reporting mud mounds popping up in their yards. That's the cicadas getting ready to burrow out of the ground, beginning the three week process of mating, dying, and their larve falling back to the ground, where they will re-appear in 2038. The noise from the cicadas is so loud, it can marvel a lawn mower.

 

 

(West Chester)--It's that time of year again. Social media posts and local residents report Nerf Wars have started in several locations, including Hamilton, Middletown, and West Chester. Some neighbors say cars have been speeding up and down their streets and teenagers
have been running around buck naked to avoid being shot. Police say if the kids are caught tresspassing, or in a state of indecency, they could face arrest.

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