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Kathrine Nero came to 9 On Your Side in 1998 from her hometown Memphis, which is evident in her slight (at least she considers it slight) southern drawl.
Clyde is still going strong after more than 25 years of reporting and anchoring in Cincinnati and continues to be one of the most respected broadcast journalists working in the city.
Carol Williams anchors 9 On Your Side newscasts at 5,6, and 11. She considers herself lucky to have covered 21 years of news in Cincinnati.
Tanya O'Rourke is a veteran journalist who anchors 9 On Your Side at noon, 5 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
A dedicated anchor for more than 20 years, Julie’s still “sitting” at the desk while “standing” for excellence in journalism. A reporter resolute to put “people first” (her motto), Julie has boldly and courageously pursued stories important to Greater Cincinnati and beyond, particularly in her new role as a member of WCPO-TV’s revered I-Team investigative unit.
Brian joins the 9 On Your Side team as an Anchor/Multimedia Journalist. He brings with him more than 6 years of broadcast experience covering events throughout his home state of Maine.
Emmy Award-winning Steve Raleigh leads the 9 First Warning Weather team as Chief Meteorologist.
Meteorologist Larry Handley is a 9 First Warning Weather meteorologist who arrived at 9 On Your Side in April 1999.
Meteorologist Sarah Walters is so excited to return home to the Midwest and work at 9 On Your Side, the same station that she interned at in college!
Sherry Hughes came to 9 On Your Side in the fall of 2011.
38-time Emmy winner Brendan Keefe was named Best Reporter by the Ohio Associated Press in 2011, and Best Photographer in 2012 and 2013. He serves as Anchor and Chief Investigator for 9 On Your Side.
Jason Law joined 9 On Your Side in January 2013 as a investigative reporter with the I-Team.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Don't Waste Your Money consumer reporter My goal is to help viewers and readers save money, avoid, scams and ripoffs, and become better educated consumers.
Tom is a Multimedia Journalist specializing in government, business and education issues.
Shannon is a Multimedia Journalist for 9 On Your Side.
Adam Marshall is 9 On Your Side's First Warning Traffic reporter.
Amy Wadas joined the 9 On Your Side team in July of 2012 as a Multimedia Journalist. You’ll find Amy submitting reports during the evening newscasts.
Multi-Media Journalist and Good Morning Tri-State Reporter.
California-native Scott Wegener has worked in several television markets on both coasts before relocating to Cincinnati in 1986.
Bryce is a Multimedia Journalist who also fills in on the sports desk.
Kendall is a Multimedia Journalist, Fill-In Live Alert Anchor, Fill-In Traffic Reporter and Fill-In Anchor for 9 On Your Side.
Tony Mirones is a multimedia journalist with 9 On Your Side.
Through the years, Cincinnati sports fans have grown to love John's style and unique perspective on sports.
Curiosity, a love for language and reading, coupled with the ability to type 150 words a minute using all 10 fingers, are the underlying traits, skills and interests that Dennis has turned into a career spanning 35 years.
WCPO photojournalist & crime reporter
Bob is WCPO's education reporter, highlighting what's working and what needs fixing from preschools to doctoral programs. A Cincinnati native, Bob was previously a regular contributor to the New York Times and was a staff reporter on many beats through 10 years at the Cincinnati Post and Kentucky Post newspapers.
Lucy covers social and economic issues for WCPO.com after spending more than 16 years as a reporter in Cincinnati for the Cincinnati Business Courier and Cincinnati Enquirer. Her nearly 24 years of journalism experience includes work at daily newspapers in Greenville, S.C, Dayton, Ohio, and Lexington, Ky.
WCPO reporter for Northern Kentucky
Dan covers the Cincinnati business community from a consumer's point of view, explaining how board room decisions impact our jobs, our economy and the products we see on store shelves. He's approaching 20 years as a business reporter, including 18 years at the Cincinnati Business Courier.
WCPO politics and government reporter
In June 2013, Matt Peiken joined WCPO-TV in Cincinnati as an arts reporter. Before arriving in Cincinnati, Peiken spent 10 years as an arts/features staff writer at the St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press and a year editing the Walker Art Center's magazine before launching his own path. In Minnesota, Peiken created the pioneering video arts program 3-Minute Egg and the online classical music magazine MNuet.