Kathrine Nero came to WCPO-TV 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 WCPO newscasts at 5,6, and 11. She considers herself lucky to have covered 21 years of news in Cincinnati, including the Bengals' trip to the Superbowl, Presidential debates and conventions, the Bearcats' trip to the Final Four, and uniquely Cincinnati events such as the WEBN Fireworks.
30-time Emmy winner Brendan Keefe was named Best Reporter by the Ohio Associated Press in 2011, and Best Photographer in 2012. He serves as Anchor and Chief Investigator for WCPO.
At the age of three, Tanya's family moved to Finneytown, where she lived until graduating from Finneytown High School. She attended the University of Tennessee and the University of Cincinnati, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.
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.
Born and raised in Cincinnati, Adam Marshall calls his position at WCPO a dream come true.
Brian joins the 9 News 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.
News anchor and Midwest native Larry Smith brings 25 years of global broadcast media experience to the 9 On Your Side team.
Emmy Award-winning meteorologist Steve Raleigh is WCPO-TV's Chief Meteorologist.
Meteorologist Larry Handley joined the 9 News Forecasters in April of 1999.
Sherry Hughes came to WCPO-TV in the fall of 2011
Meteorologist Sarah Walters is so excited to return home to the Midwest and work at WCPO, the same station that she interned at in college!
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.
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GM of WCPO Digital
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A veteran reporter and two-time Emmy Award winner, John is our Don't Waste Your Money consumer reporter.
Tom McKee has been with 9 News for 23 years, giving him a unique perspective on what's important to every area of the Tri-State.
Shannon Kettler first started at WCPO in 1996 as an intern from the University of Cincinnati.
Amy Wadas joined the 9 News team in July of 2012 as a Multimedia Journalist. You’ll find Amy submitting reports during the evening newscasts.
Mario became a 9 On Your Side Reporter in August of 2012. As a Multimedia Journalist Mario is delivering news stories on multiple platforms across the Tri-State.
Hagit Limor serves as WCPO-TV's Emmy and national award-winning investigative reporter, but her journey began half a world away.
Since Jay started at WCPO in June 2004, he has enjoyed serving and getting to know the people of the Tri-state.
Anthony (Tony) Mirones came to WCPO 9 News in January of 2004 to join our national award winning I-TEAM.
California-native Scott Wegener has worked in several television markets on both coasts before relocating to Cincinnati in 1986.
Bryce Anslinger joined the 9 News team in April of 2011. He and his wife Emily are happy to come home to the Tri-State after several years on the west coast.
Kendall joined the 9 News team in February 2012 as a Multimedia Journalist. Kendall is excited to return to the Tri-State area after a few years down south.
Jason Law joined 9 On Your Side in January 2013 as a investigative reporter with the I-Team.