Julie O'Neill, WCPO

Julie O'Neill


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Julie:

Moving 9/11 Memorial coming to the Tri-State

The “Remembering the Fallen” memorial will be available for viewing for two hours at “The Manor House” in Mason from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. → Read More

Renovated classrooms, new emotional support dog ready in Goshen after an EF2 tornado hit the community

Aside from some missing trees outside, you can’t really tell that a tornado ripped through the area a few weeks ago. → Read More

Bengals star teams up with college buddies to promote men's health

Young business men from the Tri-State team up with Sam Hubbard for a new campaign that focuses on men's health and self-esteem. → Read More

Milford's Roundbottom Recycling offering more for aluminum cans to honor Earth Day

More than 330 people cashed in on their cans in one day the last time the business offered this amount for them in 2012. → Read More

Local business sells alcoholic slushies inside Great American Ball Park

There is something so satisfying about a story that comes full circle, and there is something so inspiring about a story that shows victory despite overwhelming odds. These themes strike at the heart of the stories of two local start-up businesses Reds fans can enjoy new this year at GABP. → Read More

What's Joe Burrow's cigar of choice? Tri-State cigar shop owner discusses business boost thanks to Bengals

The owner of Bell's House of Tobacco in Symmes Township said Bengals have come to him for cigars since the franchise's first Super Bowl trip in 1981. → Read More

Meet the head of the Nashville Bengals fan club

Steve Edmonds, who moved from Cincy when he was 6, is at the center of celebrations for Bengals fans in Nashville when the face the Titans in the Division round of the NFL playoffs. → Read More

Meet Bengal Jim, a certified superfan

Bengal Jim has been busy. Former Bengals quarterback and NFL MVP Boomer Esiason was on his podcast, national TV outlets have been to his home for interviews and he still has to prepare his famous tailgate - Before the Roar - before Saturday's AFC Wildcard Playoff game against the Las Vegas Raiders. → Read More

Q&A: Superintendent of Lakota Local Schools talks upcoming school year

As schools head back to the classroom, many people have questions about what, if anything, will change in schools after the pandemic. → Read More

A sweet surprise for woman who lost unemployment benefits and juicer

After Monique Colbert was scammed out of her unemployment benefits, the juicer she used for her side gig broke, but now things are looking up for her. → Read More

Federal eviction moratorium ends Saturday

The federal eviction moratorium lifts Saturday, July 31, and people are struggling to figure out how to pay their rent or mortgage. → Read More

Local doctors warn COVID-19 cases in children on the rise

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommended all children should wear masks indoors, and local pediatricians said masks indoors will help keep children safe as they see a rise in COVID-19 cases among kids. → Read More

Legal Aid requests in Kentucky have skyrocketed since start of the pandemic

Karen Ginn, director of legal advocacy for Legal Aid of the Bluegrass, said the number of clients shot up by 2,750% and said their caseload remains high. → Read More

How to make sure you don't fall victim to unemployment fraud

Monique Colbert of Westwood got the bug to get better nutrition into the bodies of her friends and neighbors a couple of years before the health scare called COCID-19 hit, inspired to switch from baking to juicing as she was taking care of her sick mother. → Read More

As states reassess dated unemployment systems, people are left waiting, wondering

WCPO is diving into the unemployment problem and that’s where this story begins: with what’s wrong. → Read More

He has a job now, but after a year unemployed with no benefits, 'I'm making it but barely'

CINCINNATI — He describes himself as an "old gray guy" who is grateful that a local auto-parts shop hired him. But it won't be enough to pay off the credit card balances Jeffrey Limerick has wracked up over the last year, or help rebuild the savings he spent while out of work during the pandemic. “There was no money coming in other than my small social security,” Limerick said. Limerick counts… → Read More

For this mother, business owner, 'it's just a wait and see' for unemployment

The matriarch of any large family has all manner of worries swirling in her head at all times. On top of that, she is also head of the family business … amid a pandemic. → Read More

Q&A: Local group helping people get their unemployment benefits

Anchor Julie O'Neill discusses how a local group is helping people get their unemployment benefits. → Read More

A year after pandemic sidelined her from the Aronoff, she's still waiting for unemployment

It's been a long year since March 2020, when Patty Blackburn started the process of applying for unemployment benefits after the pandemic first closed down big public venues. → Read More

'They never call you back': NKY woman struggling to get unemployment help

Help can't come soon enough for Cynthia Naylor of Villa Hills, whose business was shut down by the pandemic last year as her husband was undergoing chemotherapy treatments. Her benefits abruptly ended in January, and she can't get a hold of anyone with the state who can help. → Read More