Ally Kraemer, WCPO

Ally Kraemer

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Ally:

Some Oak Hills School District students return to classrooms today

Students in the Oak Hills School District have been on a blended learning model since the school year started, but starting today, most of the students in the school district will be back in a classroom. → Read More

Oktoberfest Zinzinnati kicks off today with virtual events, celebration at The Banks

Oktoberfest Zinzinnati looks a lot different. This year, most of the party is in “za haus” (virtual). → Read More

Casinos reopen in Ohio today with new regulations

All Ohio casinos must have specific hours for people who are more at risk of contracting COVID-19, and casinos can only operate at 50% capacity. → Read More

Cincinnati Art Museum reopens with a new exhibit

After closing in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Cincinnati Art Museum reopens Friday, and guests will be able to enjoy a new exhibit also. → Read More

Organizers want "Black Lives Matter" mural painted in front of City Hall

After weeks of turbulence, local organizers want a mural which reads "Black Lives Matter" to be painted on Plum Street in front of City Hall. → Read More

Bomb squad called to suspicious package thrown at Justice Center Sunday night

The bomb squad was called and roads were closed around the Hamilton County Justice Center after a person threw a suspicious package the building Sunday night, according to officials. → Read More

Blue Ash hosts Black Lives Matter rally Thursday night

BLUE ASH, Ohio — Many of the protests and rallies the past few weeks have been in downtown Cincinnati, but the citizens of Blue Ash want to show their support for change, so they are holding their own rally Thursday night. "Most people want to see, what else can we do to involve our children? To make it a family friendly event," event organizer Kimberly Reese said. "So we're educating, sending a… → Read More

Talking to your child about race and racism

Amidst this moment of national unrest after the death of George Floyd, one therapist said it's not too early or too late to talk about racism and the history of racist ideas with your children. → Read More

Protesters to present list of demands Thursday afternoon

As protests over the death of George Floyd enter their seventh day in Cincinnati, protest organizers and community activists are expected to discuss their full list of demands with the community later Thursday. → Read More

New designs from Cincy Shirts to help support local businesses

It has been a tumultuous few months for stores like Cincy Shirts, but in the wake of being closed due to the pandemic and having some windows smashed in during protests Friday night, the local shop is still finding ways to help the community with a few new shirt designs. → Read More

You can't walk through Summerfair, but you can 'drive-thru' this year

In years past, people have gone to Summerfair and enjoyed a nice walk around Coney Island and maybe bought something from an artist. This year though, you can't stroll through the event, but there will be a drive-thru. → Read More

'Who's Hiring' in Kentucky? This list can show you

The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce knows a lot of people are out of work thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, that's why they started a list in March in order to help people connect with employers who were hiring. → Read More

New feathered friends could be hatching at the zoo soon

By the time the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden reopen to the public, visitors might see some new, young, feathered, animal faces. → Read More

Some changes gym-goers can expect in Ohio

It's been about two months since gyms in Ohio closed due to the pandemic, and now as they begin to reopen, gym-goers will see some changes. → Read More

Vietnam War monument unveiled on Memorial Day

A new monument, meant to honor those who served in the Vietnam War, will be unveiled on Memorial Day in Silverton Park off Montgomery Road. → Read More

Some KY restaurants change as they reopen from pandemic

Just in time for Memorial Day weekend, restaurants in Kentucky are reopening their dining rooms to customers, but some restaurants are handling the reopening process differently than others. → Read More

Ohioans can dine-in after months of carryout only

The next time you think about grabbing some food from a restaurant in Ohio, you don't have to grab-and-go. → Read More

Ohioans can dine-in after after months of carryout only

The next time you think about grabbing some food from a restaurant in Ohio, you don't have to grab-and-go. → Read More

Large store still closed? Try a smaller business instead

While some larger businesses are keeping their physical stores closed, smaller stores, like Coda Co. in Bellevue, Kentucky, are ready for customers to come back. → Read More

Delhi Twp. Memorial Day ceremony is on...line

Most Memorial Day events have been canceled thanks to COVID-19, however Delhi Township officials are planning on moving forward with their usual ceremony, but this year it will be streamed online. → Read More