Anna Azallion, WCPO

Anna Azallion


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Anna:

Man charged with felony after dog shot and killed during apartment break-in

The Hamilton County Dog Warden charged Dickey with felony animal cruelty. He's also charged with felonious assault, aggravated burglary and receiving stolen property. → Read More

Cincinnati Citizen Complaint Authority recommends policy changes after 2020 protests

The recommendations are based on complaints filed with the government agency that acts as an oversight board for the police department. → Read More

NKU piloting tool to catch A.I. in papers

A student submits their paper through Auth+ then six multiple choice or fill-in-the-blank questions pop up, asking which sentence or word is from the student's paper. → Read More

New data shows car break-ins continue to increase in Cincinnati; Westwood, OTR are seeing biggest impact

According to data from Cincy Insights, OTR had the second highest number of car break-ins in 2022 where someone stole something. The neighborhood with the highest number was Westwood. → Read More

Springfield Township neighborhood wants change after fatal pedestrian crash

Police are still investigating the cause of this crash, but residents fear there could be more. They said speed is a big issue on McKelvey Rd. → Read More

Ohio lawmakers propose bill they say will make health care costs more transparent

If a hospital is found to not be compliant with these price transparency rules, there wold be limitations on collecting payment from patients. → Read More

Kentucky lawmakers considering bill that opponents say will harm transgender kids

It doesn't say teachers and students can't use a student's preferred pronouns, but it does allow them to use the pronouns assigned to a student at birth instead. → Read More

Cincinnati city leaders detail strategy to reduce pedestrian-involved crashes in 2023

A new report from the Cincinnati Police Department shows there were 291 pedestrian-involved crashes last year. It was a roughly 13% decrease from 2021. → Read More

Independence considers changes to RV, boat parking law

The proposed changes include allowing boats and campers to sit in a driveway from Memorial Day to Labor Day. → Read More

Do you recognize her? Illinois coroner asking for Cincinnati's help identifying Jane Doe

On October 2, 1976, a farmer in rural Illinois found a young woman dead in a ditch. She was naked except for a sweater tied around her head, with a plastic bag and electrical tape over it. → Read More

Roller skating community hoping to lace their skates up in permanent OTR recreation center rink

The redevelopment process for the OTR Rec Center, Findlay playground, Grant Park and Elm Street Pocket Park started in late 2020, with 3CDC offering 48 opportunities for public input since then. → Read More

Hamilton County to announce plans, funding for safety complex to rehome CPD gun range

Hamilton County Commissioners are expected to announce plans for a new regional safety complex Tuesday. → Read More

Cincinnati activists, leaders show support for Memphis after Tyre Nichols' death

Roley said while Cincinnati isn't perfect, local leaders and activists want to help those in Memphis. She said Cincinnati can act as a blueprint for other cities. → Read More

Union membership rates declined nationally, increased in Ohio in 2022

10.3% in 2021 to 10.1% in 2022, continuing a downward trend since the early 80s, when the first comparable data became available. → Read More

'Serious, hazardous public nuisance': Knights Inn motel temporarily closed for 'substantial criminal activity'

The alleged criminal activity includes illegal drug use, with some leading to overdose deaths, prostitution and theft. → Read More

Not all aspects of Ohio sports betting launch rolled out on time

As the Bengals head back to the AFC Championship, businesses were hoping to be somewhere fans can watch the game and place bets, but their sports betting kiosks still aren't up and running. → Read More

Blue Ash police: New roundabout, while confusing some, is reducing crashes

Now that there's a roundabout at the intersection of Plainfield and Hunt Road, there are fewer crashes with little to no injuries. → Read More

Newly passed legislation will help fund Union Baptist Cemetery and other Black burial grounds

Congress established a new, national program to preserve African American burial sites. It will provide funding for historic Black cemeteries — including two historic cemeteries in Cincinnati. → Read More

Tri-State schools face challenges after end of USDA pandemic-era free school lunch program

96% of districts said unpaid meal charges are a challenge and in the Midwest Region, which includes Ohio, 88% reported having unpaid meal debt. → Read More

Law impacting affordable housing now in effect in Ohio, more changes could come soon

Under the new law, developers will no longer be able to use two specific tax credits together: the Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credit and the Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit. → Read More