Julie O'Neill, WCPO

Julie O'Neill

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent:
  • WCPO
Past:
  • WFTS
  • ABC2NEWS
  • WPTV
  • KGUN9 On Your Side
  • News 5 Cleveland
  • 23ABC News

Recent articles by Julie:

Q&A: Doc talks Joe Burrow's knee injury

After Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow took a season ending hit Sunday against the Washington Football Team, WCPO anchor Julie O'Neill talked with Ken Rusche, co-founder of Oxford Physical Therapy Centers, about the injury. → Read More

Absentee ballots and voting in Ohio this election

With the election less than two months away and the pandemic still moving through the country, a lot of people are looking towards absentee ballots to help move the election along smoothly and safely. → Read More

Some doctors say COVID-19 could cause heart problems months later

Even for people who recover from COVID-19, some doctors say they could still face heart problems months after recovery. → Read More

Retired Marine raising awareness of veteran suicide learns to overcome his own trauma

As a documentary film crew for the film "22 And You" followed retired Marine John Preston on his journey to raise awareness of veteran suicide, he learned how he can help alleviate his own pain and struggle. → Read More

Local gynecologist uses family trip to Tanzania to educate girls about feminine hygiene

A Cincinnati gynecologist discovered a way to help educate girls in Tanzania while planning a family trip. → Read More

Victim's brother asks for help in preventing police suicides

Suicides among police officers are outpacing line of duty deaths for the fourth year in a row. John Preston is asking for support for their families and for the cause of treating PTSD among police. → Read More

He says he drank one glass of wine and blew a .325 BAC. Is it a lie or a symptom of a rare disease?

Forrest Behne insists he had just one glass of wine on the night he crashed his car. So why did he blow a .325 BAC? → Read More

He says he drank one glass of wine and blew a .325 BAC. Is it a lie or a symptom of a rare disease?

Forrest Behne insists he had just one glass of wine on the night he crashed his car. So why did he blow a .325 BAC? → Read More

He says he drank one glass of wine and blew a .325 BAC. Is it a lie or a symptom of a rare disease?

Forrest Behne insists he had just one glass of wine on the night he crashed his car. So why did he blow a .325 BAC? → Read More

From The Vault: Alex Trebek shares his story of working garbage detail in Cincinnati

One piece of trivia that Cincinnati fans of "Jeopardy!" may not know is that Alex Trebek actually spent some time here working a much less glamorous job when he was a teenager. → Read More

Being deaf hasn't stopped this Loveland boy from hearing, talking and playing the piano

The program, with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, connects children with new cochlear implants that allow them to access some sound. → Read More

How to post on social media in a way that won't ruin your life

The internet is both ephemeral and eternal. What you tweeted in 2009 could bite you today. → Read More

Why the Queen City is becoming a hub for sexual healing

The demand for sexual health treatment and sex therapy is increasing, and Cincinnati is a one-stop shop. → Read More

Former Miss Ohio's book challenges Miss America, beauty pageant stereotypes

CINCINNATI – While a new Miss America was crowned Sunday night, the sparkle on her iconic crown has been tarnished by revelations and disputes of the past year. → Read More

Online predators coax children into sending naked photos online and through popular apps

A Hamilton County Sheriff's deputy warns parents about popular but potentially dangerous apps. → Read More

Grandmother looking for love scammed while using online dating site

A West Chester woman joined an online dating site to search for a sweetheart. She ended up losing thousands of dollars to a scammer. → Read More

Cincinnati police chief 'extremely concerned' by officer's use of Taser on 11-year-old girl

A police officer working an off-duty detail at a grocery store used a Taser on an 11-year-old girl Monday. → Read More

Teenage girl dies after double shooting at Fairfield Township apartment complex

Police are looking for the person who shot a man and a teen girl in an apartment complex parking lot Monday evening. → Read More

Exploring caves remains big tourism business

Business hasn't dipped at Ohio Caverns since 12 boys and their soccer coach became trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand and had to be rescued, but there has been a noticeable increase in questions about safety. → Read More

Woman describes Kentucky cave rescue 35 years later

Rain trapped members of the Greater Cincinnati Grotto club inside a cave near Mount Vernon, Kentucky for two days in 1983. → Read More