Craig Cheatham

Craig Cheatham

WCPO

I-Team reporter

Phone: 513-430-9124

Email address:
Craig.Cheatham@WCPO.com

When it comes to social media, you can find me:
Twitter @CheechCheatham Facebook Craig Cheatham

WCPO Position:
Executive Producer/Chief Investigative Reporter of the 9 On Your Side I-Team

When did you start working here?:
September 2016

Where else have you worked?:
Minneapolis, St. Louis, Portland, Louisville, Lexington, Roanoke, Charleston, WV.

Where did you go to college?:
University of Kentucky, B.A. Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, M.S.

What are you most proud of when it comes to your work?:
I work really hard to earn trust. My goal is to always be relentless, but fair.

What are you most proud of in your own life?:
My faith, family and trusted friends.

What do you love about living in the Tri-State?:
I was a diehard fan of the Big Red Machine, so I love watching a game at the ballpark. The city has so much to offer; a lively downtown, nice riverfront, great neighborhoods and suburbs, and friendly people. There beautiful views from many parts of the metro area. I was born and raised in Kentucky. Most of our family lives within a one hour drive of Cincinnati, so it feels like home. I love it here.

What are your favorite local hangouts/places, sports & cultural institutions?:
I love sports, so you might see me in the crowd at a game rooting for the Reds or Bengals. Mount Adams has a great view of the city, so I enjoy spending time there. I like Eden Park, too. We enjoy discovering locally-owned businesses, especially places that serve great food without breaking my bank! If the weather is nice, my wife and I love to eat outside on a sidewalk table at some of our favorite restaurants in the Cincinnati area.

All-time favorites...:
TV Shows:
60 Minutes, Law and Order, Cosby Show, Twilight Zone, Seinfeld

Books:
The Bible The Giving Tree The Shining Movies: The Godfather (1 & 2) The Usual Suspects The Bourne Identity Toy Story The Wizard of Oz Field of Dreams

Music:
Motown classics,1960s and 70s Rock,TV show theme songs; MASH, Mary Tyler Moore Show, Cheers, Sanford and Son. (weird, huh?)

Apps I can't live without:
Facebook, Twitter, Seeking Alpha, Words

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