Emily Maxwell, WCPO

Emily Maxwell


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Emily:

Wild Cincy: Teen sets hiking record on Buckeye Trail days after high school graduation

Lucas Smith, 18, set out to hike all four corners of Ohio just a few days after high school graduation. → Read More

Lap of Love: Pet hospice ensures pets spend final days at home with families

Dr. Jennifer Roedig helps pet owners navigate some of their saddest moments — deciding when to put a pet down — with love and compassion. → Read More

Celebrating International Women's Day: Hear what these prominent women of Cincy have to say

What's the best advice you've ever gotten? What makes you feel empowered? Who's the woman you most admire? → Read More

Legal Aid, CMHA and city working to protect the health of kids living in public housing

Local government and nonprofit organizations are working to find a better way to safeguard the health of children living in government-subsidized housing. → Read More

Krohn Conservatory gets new addition to annual holiday exhibit

In honor of Krohn Conservatory's 85th anniversary, the team of artists behind the conservatory's annual holiday show created a special addition to this year's display. → Read More

Rocktails: A toast to Cincinnati's music history

Two local musicians and bartenders want to put Cincinnati's music history on the map, one craft cocktail at a time. → Read More

Hamilton County Issue 9: Children's services levy increase would generate $38M more per year

This marks the first increase in Hamilton County's children's services levy since 1996. → Read More

Maple Tower: CMHA makes repairs at Avondale apartment tower, but there's a new problem

The Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority has made scores of repairs at Maple Tower in Avondale. But residents say there's a new problem. → Read More

SkateAble vs Non: Grab your skateboard to experience this art show

The collective SkateAble is holding an artist residency at the People's Liberty Globe front in Camp Washington where visitors can skateboard throughout the gallery. → Read More

Cincinnati's tent city: What have we learned?

It has been a month since city officials began clearing out homeless encampments Downtown. What has changed, and what has the community learned? → Read More

'Kitten season' in Cincinnati: Why that's a bad thing

Being surrounded by hundreds of kittens might sound like a dream come true, but it's actually cause for concern. → Read More

Maple Tower: Housing authority says code violations are fixed, but tenants remain worried

City inspectors descended on Maple Tower roughly two weeks after WCPO reported about residents’ complaints at the public housing high-rise in Avondale. → Read More

Wild Cincy: Behind-the-scenes at The Red Wolf Sanctuary

The Red Wolf Sanctuary has rehabilitated thousands of animals since its doors first opened more than 40 years ago, but for founder Paul Strasser that's only one part of their mission. → Read More

Wild Cincy: Outdoors expert gives backpacking tips for beginners

The days are warm, nights are cool and spring is finally here. Here are tips for backpackers. → Read More

Forget the Silicon: Sew Valley aims to make Cincinnati a fashion jobs mecca

Local entrepreneurs with sewn products have a new resource to help them grow, and it could be the start of something even bigger. → Read More

Terracotta Army: See one of the world's greatest archeological discoveries without having to leave Cincinnati

Figures from China's Terracotta Army, the greatest archaeological discovery of the 20th century, will be on display for the first time at the Cincinnati Art Museum. → Read More

Cincinnati's public housing at a crossroads: Avondale residents demand action from CMHA

After WCPO reported about problems in some of the Cincinnati Metropolitan Housing Authority's other public housing, tenants of Maple Tower reached out. → Read More

NEST: How this tricked-out RV is fighting child poverty

Child poverty is a growing problem in Greater Cincinnati's suburbs, but NEST Community Learning Center is determined to change that. → Read More

Wild Cincy: Andy Niekamp, first to solo through-hike Buckeye Trail, hiked all four corners of Ohio

After completing several long distance hiking trips, Dayton native Andy Niekamp craved a different kind of adventure: one that began in his own backyard. → Read More

COLUMN: Wild Cincy: '60 Hikes within 60 Miles' author talks trails in Greater Cincinnati

Tammy York, author of "60 Hikes within 60 Miles: Cincinnati," will be holding a book signing Friday evening at The Benchmark Outfitter in Blue Ash. → Read More