Kevin Eigelbach, WCPO

Kevin Eigelbach


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Kevin:

Main Street Ventures now offers smaller grants for fledgling community startups

Main Street Ventures, more familiar as The Brandery, is moving into the role of community fundraiser, offering grants to smaller ventures around town. → Read More

Farmstand Market in Union joins growing number of restaurants offering fresh, locally grown products

Farmstand Market and Cafe, in Union, Kentucky, is one of the latest local restaurants to benefit from the fast-growing, informal farm-to-table movement. → Read More

This guy's no slacker. At age 22, Ben Schneider already has his own slackline manufacturing business

Fairfield native Ben Schneider, one of the best trickliners in the United States, has started his own slackline manufacturing company. → Read More

Not just for breakfast anymore. Moonrise Doughnuts finds a niche catering to the evening crowds

Moonrise Doughnuts in Latonia, Kentucky, has found a niche catering to evening customers while other doughnut shops in the region enjoy a lively late-night business. → Read More

Personal fitness coach Kai helps you set and reach your goals

Kai is the world's first AI fitness coach that communicates entirely by text messaging. You text Kai your goals; Kai texts you a plan and helps you stick to it. → Read More

Full Throttle Indoor Karting is going strong in its new location

Former Cintas employees Joe O'Gorman and Aaron Banfield are enjoying the freedom of running their own business -- Full Throttle Indoor Karting -- which is growing fast. → Read More

Interfaith marriages can require big compromises

Interfaith marriages are increasingly common in our more open, diverse society. Here's how three local interfaith couples make their relationships work. → Read More

Local synagogues get creative to keep Passover celebration relevant

Local synagogues are getting creative to observe the most celebrated Jewish holiday. → Read More

Dueling ball-cap companies at Kenwood Towne Centre look to U.S. District Court for relief

Cincy Shop, which does business as Hats N' More, is suing, claiming competitor Genesco conspired with Kenwood Towne Centre's owner to stop it from selling hats there. → Read More

Over-the-Rhine startup Frameri stops taking orders and dissolves, a victim of fizzling funding

Known for its interchangeable lenses and frames, Frameri was one of the Tri-State region's most widely known startups. But fizzling funding killed it. → Read More

Thrive, a startup that teaches the underemployed to do IT work, turns a profit

Thrive Urban Impact Sourcing, a 2-year-old startup in the East End that teaches the underemployed how to do IT jobs, is already turning a profit. → Read More

Could retail save The Banks? Those in the know say probably not

Could retail save The Banks? Those who know retail in Cincinnati and in other cities say it's not likely. But a thriving mixed-use Banks might help save retail downtown. → Read More

Paid parental leave benefits are becoming more generous among large Tri-State companies

Paid parental leave benefits are becoming more generous at large companies in the Tri-State, but many companies still offer no paid benefits at all. → Read More

Local independent theaters face unique challenges, as Eastview Brew & View learned recently

The failure of Eastview Brew & View illustrates the challenges independent cinema owners face in trying to compete against bigger, national chains. → Read More

Catholic Mass attendance in Cincinnati declines again in 2017

Catholic churches in Cincinnati continue to struggle with getting people to come to Mass. → Read More

Jerusalem-based group brings Jewish pre-teens and their grandparents together to share their culture

A Jerusalem-based organization has begun Global Intergenerational Initiative to bring together Jewish grandparents and their pre-teen grandchildren to celebrate their heritage. → Read More

Hashtag 'I do': Internet-ordained ministers increase in Cincinnati

The number of people ordained as ministers over the internet is growing, and the amount in Cincinnati is keeping pace with that trend. → Read More

Yelitsa Jean-Charles' new doll helps children of color love their hair

Yelitsa Jean-Charles' startup, Healthy Roots, makes dolls and storybooks designed to help teach natural hair care to young girls of color. → Read More

Spiked ice keeps your drink cold without diluting it

Tired of warm beer, Dan Twyman and Brian Gettelfinger came up with Spikes -- ice that keeps alcoholic beverages cold without diluting them. → Read More

Awaited Crossroads Church: The Christmas musical 'Awaited' at Crossroads Church wraps up its 11th and final season

"Awaited," the highly popular Christmas musical put on by Crossroads Church for the past 11 years, wraps up its final season on stage. → Read More