Sina Gebre-Ab, CBS News

Sina Gebre-Ab

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Baltimore, MD, United States

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Past articles by Sina:

'Pink Tax': Women paying more than men for the same products

Whether they've heard the term "pink tax" or not, most women have noticed their products cost more than men's. → Read More

Second Gentleman Emhoff, Mayor Scott work with volunteers to reclaim West Baltimore lot

Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff was in Baltimore on Thursday to get his hands dirty and make the city greener. → Read More

Friends, colleagues remember Dr. Michael Steinmetz, man killed in Cecil County boat explosion

"What would you like your mentor to be, he was it. It was just him." → Read More

Rewards Programs Can Offset Painful Prices At Baltimore Gas Stations

High prices at gas stations may be pushing people toward gas rewards programs. → Read More

2022 AFRAM Festival Showed Baltimore At Its Best

Druid Hill Park was full of energy and excitement amid Juneteenth celebrations this weekend. → Read More

How much will you pay to see the Reds play? We break it down

When the Reds return home one week from Tuesday, fans will fork out some hard-earned cash to see the team take on the Cleveland Guardians. → Read More

How to spot a fake N95 or KN95 mask

The CDC says around 60 percent of N95 and KN95 masks on the market are counterfeits. → Read More

Children's Hospital seeing highest COVID-19 admission rate ever

Cases of children hospitalized with the virus have increased five times compared with just two weeks ago. → Read More

Flying Pig will force road closures throughout the city

CINCINNATI — The Flying Pig Marathon is back this year, as are the resulting weekend-long road closures across Cincinnati. All Flying Pig events were canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. Organizers postponed the 2021 event from May to October 29 through 31. In addition to the marathon and half marathon on Sunday, the Fifty West One Mile Sprint will take place on Friday evening,… → Read More

Northwest Local school's health and safety fair is back

The Northwest Local School District's Back to School Health and Safety Fair is back Wednesday. → Read More

School bus driver seats remain empty as classrooms fill

Classrooms across the Tri-State will be full in a few weeks, but school bus driver seats will be empty as school districts across the Tri-State face a driver shortage. → Read More

New Kroger distribution center to bring jobs to Tri-State

Following a soft opening in March, Kroger's new Monroe distribution center will officially open Friday and bring close to 400 jobs to the Tri-State, according to officials. → Read More

Preview the Black Music Walk of Fame starting Saturday at The Banks

The Black Music Walk of Fame is coming to The Banks, and starting this weekend people can get a preview of what the walk will look like. → Read More

Findlay Market launches new composting system open to public use

Findlay Market is making it easy to get into composting by opening up their internal composting system to the public. → Read More

ArtsWave helping artists, organizations apply for ARP funding Thursday

ArtsWave is holding a virtual workshop Thursday evening to help local artists and art organizations apply for funding the organization received through the American Rescue Plan. → Read More

Ohio Task Force One: Surfside rescue efforts are going 'faster...more efficient'

An 80-person team from Ohio Task Force One went to Surfside two weeks ago to help with rescue efforts at the collapsed condo building, and they said the operation is running more smoothly now than when they arrived. → Read More

Red, White and Blue Ash returns with some changes

Red, White and Blue Ash is back for the Fourth of July after being canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic, but there are a few changes this year. → Read More

Public safety forum to be held Thursday night after string of shootings in Westwood

Cincinnati City Councilwoman Betsy Sunderman organized a public safety forum Thursday night in Westwood after a series of recent shootings. → Read More

Brood X left a gift for putting up with them

Many of the Brood X cicadas across Cincinnati are dead, but before they go, they are giving the Tri-State one last gift. → Read More

Officials: More distracted driving in 2020 despite fewer drivers in Ohio

The Ohio State Highway Patrol said there were more incidents of distracted driving in 2020 even though there were fewer drivers on the road. → Read More