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Squatchin': Ohio Bigfoot Investigators Are More Determined Than Ever to Prove the Fabled Creature Is Real

Ohio is one of the top states for Bigfoot sightings, and explorers are using new tech for the hunt.

By Allison Babka

Editor's note: This story is featured in the Oct. 19 print edition of CityBeat. It’s a peaceful drive between Cincinnati and Perrysville, especially when avoiding the interstate...

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Photos: Everything We Saw During the Bigger Than Roe Women's March in Downtown Cincinnati

On Jan. 21, demonstrators took to the streets of downtown Cincinnati to protest their right to an abortion. The event, Bigger Than…

By Ashley Moor

Bigger Than Roe: Women's March Cincinnati | Jan. 21
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Project Censored's Top Underreported Stories from 2022

Since its founding in 1976, Project Censored has focused on stories — like Watergate before the 1972 election — that aren’t censored…

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor, Project Censored

Project Censored's Top Underreported Stories from 2022
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Players, Fans Support Damar Hamlin After Cardiac Arrest During Cincinnati Bengals/Buffalo Bills Game

Members of the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills are still in shock after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed during the Jan. 2…

By Allison Babka, Madeline Fening

Players and fans in Cincinnati and Buffalo are supporting Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who suffered a cardiac arrest during a game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paycor Stadium on Jan. 2, 2023.
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12 Weird Stories from 2022 That Were ‘So Cincinnati'

Plenty of important things happened in Cincinnati this year, but do you remember the goofy stuff? Really strange shit went down that…

By Madeline Fening

 West Chester Rep. Jennifer Gross Asks Pastor to Banish 'Witchcraft' at Ohio Statehouse


House Rep. Jennifer Gross from West Chester, who previously had a lot of weird takes on COVID-19 and magnets, has shifted her focus to casting “witchcraft” out of the Ohio Statehouse. During a December chamber session, Gross introduced Curtis Hill, an associate pastor at LifeChurch, who proceeded to rally House members against the "dark forces." He then shared a long list of things he wanted to cast out, including "witchcraft" and "perversion." Read CityBeat's story about Hill's fire-and-brimstone "prayer" before a public government session.
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