Tom McKee, WCPO

Tom McKee

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Past articles by Tom:

Some people need a refresher on recycling because they're doing it wrong

Everyone agrees recycling is the right thing to do. But some people keep doing it wrong, and that's driving up costs. → Read More

Killing of Cincinnati police Sgt. Charles Handorf in 1974 created special bond

Forty-four years later, there’s still a special bond between two men whose lives were deeply affected by the killing of a Cincinnati police officer. → Read More

Hepatitis A outbreak continues in Greater Cincinnati with hundreds of cases

Greater Cincinnati is in the middle of a hepatitis A outbreak, with nearly 600 cases reported. → Read More

2 City Council members testify before grand jury in 'Gang of 5' case

Two members of the Cincinnati City Council testified before a grand jury Tuesday in the "Gang of Five" text messaging case. → Read More

Poster of local murdered women headed to area prisons and jails

A poster showing the pictures of 24 local murder victims is heading to area jails an prisons with the hopes that someone who knows something will come forward. → Read More

Ohio lawmakers propose bill that would help Pike County with costs of Rhoden massacre trials

The bill would allow the state to help any county when there are more than two cases where the death penalty could be imposed. → Read More

Rhoden family slaying investigation, upcoming trials stretch tight Pike County finances

Pike County officials are expecting the trials for the Rhoden family slayings to cost millions of dollars. → Read More

Holocaust center opening at Cincinnati Museum Center

When finished, the center will include more than 7,500 square feet of exhibit space. → Read More

Server crash leaves 23 local police agencies unable to access records

A massive server crash has 23 Hamilton County police agencies estranged from their own records. → Read More

Next Hamilton County commissioner Dumas ready to get to work

Stephanie Summerow Dumas is ready to roll up her sleeves and get to work. → Read More

Candidates campaign in final hours before election

Candidates spent a last full day of campaigning around Ohio on Monday before voters select a new governor and decide a U.S. Senate race and some closely contested congressional seats. → Read More

Aurora Catholic school needs $400,000 by end of 2018 to stay open

St. Mary's School has been in Aurora since 1866. But they need to raise $400,000 by Dec. 31 to keep their doors open. → Read More

Ohio Elections Commission clears Aftab Pureval campaign in poll payment probe

The Ohio Elections Commission found that Aftab Pureval's campaign did not violate campaign any campaign laws. → Read More

United Way of Greater Cincinnati CEO turmoil spills over onto Child Poverty Collaborative

The United Way CEO who alleged he was the victim of 'subtle threats' has resigned his leadership position in the Child Poverty Collaborative. → Read More

Aftab Pureval, Rep. Steve Chabot exchange accusations, one-liners in WCPO-moderated debate

WCPO 9 On Your Side is hosting the second debate in the race for the important Ohio 1st Congressional District seat Wednesday night In conjunction with the Western Economic Council. → Read More

United Way and local nonprofits brace for multi-million dollar shortfall in 2018 campaign

Even as child poverty continues to bedevil the Tri-State, United Way of Greater Cincinnati expects its 2018 campaign to fall short by as much as 20 percent. → Read More

Judge orders text messages released in 'Gang of 5' case

A date has not yet been set for when the messages will be made public. → Read More

Madisonville neighborhood eyeing big projects

Many properties in Madisonville are being redeveloped, fixed up or expanded. → Read More

Vacationers, students return to Greater Cincinnati as Hurricane Michael hits Florida

"Definitely dodged a bullet," Megan McCloskey said. → Read More

Duke Energy crews, other Tri-State responders headed to the rescue of Hurricane Michael victims

As usual, Tri-Staters are reaching out to help their neighbors, even when they’re 700 miles away. → Read More