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Past articles by Timyka:

Cincinnati to hold teen career expo for summer 2021

If you are a teen looking for summer a job, the City of Cincinnati wants to help connect you to local non-profits and corporations who are offering work for the upcoming season. → Read More

Group of high school students spreading cheer to seniors in Clifton

Now that Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is allowing people to visit long term care facilities, a group of high schoolers plan to spread some cheer to people in those facilities. → Read More

New estates sale business comes to NKY during the pandemic

A couple in Northern Kentucky understand moving can be stressful, and that is why they started a Blue Moon Estate Sales franchise to make moving more inviting. → Read More

Northern Kentucky floodwall gate closes as Ohio River rises

The floodwall gate in Newport, Kentucky is closing for now as the Ohio River continues to rise, according to officials. → Read More

National commercial features strong, local business owner

Some woman in a new commercial from Proctor & Gamble might have people saying, "Wait, they look familiar." → Read More

New campaign launching to get locals to tour the Queen City

The Cincinnati USA Convention and Visitors Bureau is launching a new campaign to get more people from the area to get out and rediscover Cincinnati. → Read More

Mentoring Plus hosts virtual music festival to stay afloat

Mentoring Plus has helped to positively guide hundreds of kids over the past 10 years. But the pandemic slowed down donations, forcing the organization to close their doors during the summer. Now they're hoping to strike a chord with supporters so that they can keep going. → Read More

Vaping among KY teens has increased during the pandemic

The results of a new study show that the pandemic has led to an increase in vaping among children in Kentucky. → Read More

Local teachers hope students learn from Inauguration Day

While Inauguration Day is an important day for the nation, some local teachers are hoping their students will learn something from the day. → Read More

Hamilton Co. agency staying vigilant in days leading up to Inauguration Day

As federal agencies warn states about possible armed protests and rallies in state capitols leading up to Inauguration Day, the Hamilton County Emergency Management Agency (HCEMA) is still on the lookout for threats in order to keep citizens safe. → Read More

Groupon changes cancellation policy

Popular digital marketplace Groupon has changed its cancellation policy after some people complained it was too restrictive. → Read More

Mental health expert gives tips on fighting isolation during pandemic-hampered holidays

With the governors of Ohio and Kentucky urging residents not to gather in large groups, the pandemic has left many across the Tri-State and the country feeling stressed and alone. → Read More

As clocks fall back, some might feel 'SAD'

While most people will be celebrating the extra hour of sleep this weekend as clocks fall back, some people might be affected by seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. → Read More

Costco employees save dentist who collapsed in Mason store

A Mason Costco security employee and the store's optometrist jumped in to help Dr. Rick Silverman when they realized he was in trouble. Both are trained in CPR, and they grabbed a nearby defibrillator to save the 55-year-old dentist, who is a husband and father of two. → Read More

Two shot and two others arrested in Erlanger Thursday night

A juvenile and an adult were shot in Erlanger, Ky. Thursday night, and two juveniles were arrested for the shooting, according to police. → Read More

Memorial Day is a little different this year at Arlington Memorial Gardens

The COVID-19 pandemic has canceled a lot of events recently, but the Arlington Memorial Gardens plans to change things a little bit this year in order to celebrate Memorial Day. → Read More

Ohio campers and kayakers allowed outside at last

After being cooped up for weeks, campers, kayakers and other outdoor enthusiasts are allowed to leave their homes and return to Mother Nature. → Read More

Gym sees business boom after going virtual during pandemic

Gyms and fitness centers are waiting to reopen in Ohio, but one gym went virtual when the pandemic hit and business has never been better, according to the owner. → Read More

Study shows pandemic causing about $90 million lost in city revenue

While people and businesses are financially hurting from the pandemic, the city of Cincinnati is also feeling the financial pain as city officials face an estimated $90 million budget shortfall. → Read More

Celebrating 50 years of Earth Day a little different in 2020

Fifty years after its inception, Earth Day in 2020 will look a little different as most people will be celebrated online in Cincinnati thanks to COVID-19. → Read More