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Kroger Plans Innovative Fulfillment Center in Monroe


(Monroe)--Big economic news for Butler County. Kroger has chosen Monroe as the location for a new $55 million warehouse and fulfillment center which will be known as the Kroger Shed. Kroger is teaming up with online grocer Ocado to create the first fully automated warehouse in the country. More than 400 jobs will be creatred. The company is waiting on state and local tax breaks before work begins on the 335,000 square foot project

Former Jailer Arrested


(Hamilton)--A former Butler County corrections officer has been charged with bribery. 34 year old Brandon Moore is accused of smuggling contraband like cellphones, protein powder, and tools to inmates in exchange for money. The investigation was launched when a mobile phone was found during a routine cell inspection. Moore is now on the other side of the jail bars at his former workplace. 

Sobriety Checkpoint Wednesday


(Fairfield)--The Butler County OVI Task Force will hold a Thanksgiving Eve checkpoint Wednesday night. The operation will be held on the 4400 block of Dixie Highway (Route 4) northbound, just north of Symmes Road, between the hours of 11:00pm and 3:00am.The task force says the  checkpoints, along with saturation patrols, are part of a continuing effort to reduce the number of OVI related accidents and deaths.

Talawanda Board Nixes Mascot


(Oxford)--The Talawanda School Board has voted to get rid of their Native American mascot. It was a 3-2 vote with board members Mike Crowder, Chris Otto, and Pat Meade voting to change the nickname from the Braves to the Brave...with no s. The ruling also does away with Native American imagery used in district logos. The vote came after a long and emotionally charged meeting Monday night.

Cross Display Damaged


(Oxford)--For the second year in a row, a pro-life display has been vandalized at Miami University, this time on the Oxford Campus. The white crosses and signs have been damaged at least three times since the group Miami University Students for Life America put the display up on Monday. No arrests have been made yet by campus police. On Wednesday, a counter display mocking the pro-life message was placed nearby. (Photo from Miami University Students for Life America)

Ice Storm Hits County Hard


Duke Energy crews continue their efforts to restore power to thousands of customers in Greater Cincinnati who were still off-line as a result of Thursday morning's ice storm. More than 100,000 customers lost power during the height of the storm, with 14,000 of the outages reported in Butler County. 

Two Arrested In Hamilton Shooting


Two people are recovering from injuries after a shooting on the 1100 block of Chestnut Street last night. 60 year old Mario Ramirez and 35 year old Elizabeth Palma-Duran were taken to West Chester Hospital. Two men were later arrested and charged with Felonious Assault.The suspects are identified as 18 year old Francisco Alejandro Prado and 29 year old Edward Mario Ramirez. The incident was reported just before 9:00pm Wednesday. 


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