A two-vehicle crash with injuries was reported on Shepherd Creek Road in East Monfort Heights

A two-vehicle crash with injuries was reported on Shepherd Creek Road in East Monfort Heights

A two-vehicle crash with injuries was reported on Monfort Heights East

At noon, human remains identified by the Hamilton County Coroner were found in a park last week, and that person was when last seen alive and now, the public has the opportunity to provide their input on the future of the Brant-Spence Trail. How you can make your voice heard on today’s major traffic changes as we lead the way with new details. After a shooting at a Walmart, it led to a large police presence yesterday. What are we learning about the suspect and the charges he now faces? This is WLWT News Five leading the way with breaking news. First at noon. We’re leading the way in breaking news after human remains were found in a Northern Vermont park last week. Thank you for joining us. I’m Stephen Albritton. The Hamilton County Coroner is now identifying the remains as Ronald King, a man who had been missing for nearly two years. The remains were discovered last Wednesday in St. Clair Heights Park, in a wooded hillside on Vermont Avenue. King was reported missing in April 2022. Officials have not yet determined the cause of death that is occurring now. Discussing the best way to alleviate traffic problems for people looking to cross the Ohio River, the first of two sessions today, taking input from the public on the future of the Brant-Spence neighborhood, is being held in Covington. That’s where we find WLWT NEWS FIVE reporter Brian Hamrick Brian. Yes Stephen. Well, it’s starting now. This is the part where the public can enter and look at some of the exhibits and some of the drawings. Let me show you what they got here. They’ve got graphics all over it. We’re at the Radisson here. And this is in their conference room. You can see that people are already starting to show up and look at the finer details. It shows where walls are, where property lines are, and where major land marks are located. You can see that there is Beechwood Primary and Secondary School. And so there’s a lot of similar things here. After this is done, there will be a presentation. You can see that they have already set up this setup and after the presentation, that’s when the audience will be able to speak. So this is an opportunity for people to provide feedback on what they want to see happen or things that they might have concerns about all of this. Now this is how this will work. You will have to register when you log in. You can do that when you get here. You have two minutes to submit your input. You can ask questions, but they will not be answered in the meeting. You will be able to get an answer for those who reply later. So there are some updates that still need to be made. There will be no major announcements today. I mean they still have to decide whether they’re going to use a cable or an arch type bridge here. So there are a lot of things that are going to happen. Uh, this meeting today is from noon to 3:00. The show starts at 1:00. So people will be here until then, they’ll have the same meeting again tonight at 4:00. They did it again at Longworth Hall. Same times again tomorrow. Then there’s a virtual part of this as well. This is Thursday. So, they’ll have five opportunities for people to provide feedback on this Brian Hamrick WLWT NEWS FIVE live report. Brian. They have these sessions, but you will likely spend days, or even weeks, answering questions about it. Let’s talk more about Longworth Hall in particular. Very popular area, especially for tracking. How will this area be affected by this project? Well, they’ll have to participate at Longworth Hall. They announced some new details and that they will be doing some major renovations in there to put in new windows. They’ll actually take the bricks from where they removed the one edge of the Longworth, and then they’ll use those same bricks to repair the side of it. In fact, they said, after it’s done, if you didn’t know the building had been torn down, you wouldn’t know it had been taken down. He was a little shorter than he was before. Steven. Good. One of many questions answered. Brian Hamrick is our correspondent for the Brant Spence Quarter Project. Brian, thanks so much. We appreciate that. Good. Let’s talk about whether winter is still too hard to believe. It’s still winter. We have some spring temperatures returning this afternoon. Meteorologist Katie Donovan, our most accurate forecast and one we all love. Yes, I like predictions. It’s my favorite kind of winter weather. Yes, a fake spring. So we will continue this week. It will be a wonderful few days. But you know it won’t completely freeze this week. We will return to another warm-up phase next week. The weather looks very nice here. Temperatures for your lunchtime are lovely. 51 N Covington, 52 UP N Cincinnati. It’s 51 in Delhi and then goes around Loveland. MORROW MASON from 38 to 49. The wider picture through Loop 275 will show a lot of 40s and even less than 50s here south of the Ohio River. So, everyone is feeling really good today, and I think we’re going to raise the temperature by about five degrees Celsius for a lot of communities. Some cities reach as far south as 7175 Split. Once again, it’s still February here. It doesn’t look like he had a high temperature in February by any means. More like March. Uh, mid to late March is here with the warmth we’re feeling over the next couple of days, Cincinnati Chili Week continues today. Great lunchtime temperatures in the 50s. If you want a snack in the afternoon 54 and then during dinner time tonight, we’ll continue to ease. But the sun will be plentiful today. Eventually some of the clouds are mixed again. We’ll talk about when these clouds will bring some heavy rain, and maybe even some sprinkle time in the spring at least like the upcoming thunderstorms. Steven. Well, Katie, thanks so much. Development on WLWT. Two people were rushed to the hospital this morning after a shooting in West Price Hill. It happened between Rosemont Avenue and West 8th Street around 4 a.m., and police tell us a pedestrian was struck by a car and injured his leg. The pedestrian then began shooting at the driver, wounding him inside the car. It is not clear what injuries it causes

A two-vehicle crash with injuries was reported on Monfort Heights East

There was a report of a two-vehicle accident resulting in injuries at Colerain Avenue and Shepherd Creek Road in Monfort Heights East around 3:23 p.m., and crews are responding to the scene. Click the video player above to see other headlines from WLWT News 5. This story was coordinated by Hearst’s WLWT Alert Desk. Sharing brings us closer together. If this story happened near you, share this article with friends in your area using the WLWT mobile app so they can read along. The WLWT app is available for free in the Apple App Store and on Google Play. For live traffic updates, click here. Do you have photos or video of an accident? If so, upload it at https://www.wlwt.com/upload. Be sure to include your name and additional details so we can give you proper credit online and on TV.

A two-vehicle accident with injuries was reported at Colerain Avenue and Shepherd Creek Road in Monfort Heights East around 3:23 p.m.

Crews are responding to the scene of the accident.

Click the video player above to watch other headlines from WLWT News 5

This story was coordinated by Hearst’s WLWT Alert Bureau.

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