Karin Johnson, WLWT.com

Karin Johnson

WLWT.com

Grove City, OH, United States

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Recent:
  • WLWT.com
Past:
  • WGAL
  • 16 WAPT News
  • WMTW TV
  • KOCO-5 Oklahoma City

Recent articles by Karin:

3 dead, including child, after fire engulfs home in Brown County

Three people are dead, including a child, after a fire engulfed a home in Brown County, fire officials say. → Read More

Reds player's acts of kindness being felt in autistic community

A trip to Cincinnati for an 18-year-old Maryland man turned out to be one of the most memorable weekends of his life. → Read More

AJ Wahl: Missing 14-year-old SCPA student found safe, family says

A 14-year-old girl who left her Cincinnati home and has been missing since Friday has been found safe, family members confirm to WLWT. → Read More

Bengals fan saves Raiders fan's life outside PBS before kickoff

Before Saturday, the two were strangers. Now, they share a special bond. → Read More

Family to celebrate father's love for Bengals during playoff game

Over the years the family has grown, and Bengal pride has been passed down to the next generations. → Read More

Substitute teacher applications sitting in limbo

Betsy Sundermann, a local mother with a law degree and a former city council member has substitute teacher application auto-declined. → Read More

Kara Hyde: Hamilton mother makes public plea to help find daughter

Hamilton police are now offering a $500 reward for anyone who can help them locate 23-year-old Kara Hyde. → Read More

Retired grandfather, working mother both working to fulfill dream and help local schools

At the end of the day, Dartnall and Stroud hope to make a difference and inspire those who inspired them. → Read More

Kings Local Schools: Another substitute teacher shortage

For many school districts across greater Cincinnati, the goal during this pandemic is to keep kids in school. → Read More

Substitute teacher shortage: Degree no longer required in Ohio

The jump in COVID-19 cases is impacting school districts across Greater Cincinnati. The biggest concern for many of them is the lack of substitutes. → Read More

Bethel police investigate possible police impersonator reports

Chief Chad Essert said his department became aware via social media that a witness had observed a white SUV with the word "police" in green letters on the side of the vehicle. → Read More

Shortage of treatment options causing a new concern about COVID-19 surge

A shortage of treatment options is causing a new concern about the COVID-19 surge. → Read More

Former nurse's aide used God to gain trust, cover up lies

While working as a state tested nursing assistant at Traditions of Deerfield, Godbless Uwadiegwu would wear a hat that read, "God is good." → Read More

Man arrested, accused of stealing disabled Hamilton man's bicycle

A 37-year-old man has now been arrested, accused of stealing a disabled man's bicycle in Butler County. → Read More

Greene County tornado survivors 'feel compelled' to help western Kentucky

Kelly West spent part of Wednesday afternoon loading up an airplane at the Greene County airport with baby bottles, blankets and hygiene products. → Read More

Mother says son was lured, robbed, murdered by girl he met online

A 16-year-old girl and 18-year-old Deaundre Manning were arrested charged with robbing and murdering Allmond. → Read More

Mayfield residents focus on recovery following harrowing night of storms

"The longest three minutes of my life," said Mayfield resident Michael Bryant. "Imagine your furniture, all your belongings in your house just flying around you everywhere." → Read More

Pregnant mother loses child after tornado throws her and her children into field

Tornadoes have leveled and destroyed homes block after block in Mayfield, Kentucky, late Friday. → Read More

Killen Generating Station collapse: Victims still seek answers

"He went to work that morning. He said, 'I love you, babe. I'll see you when I get home. I'll call you on my way home. What are we going to have for dinner?' And he never came home. I lost my best friend that day." → Read More

Former Warren County youth sports coach sentenced to prison

A former youth coach from Mason is headed to prison. → Read More