Jay Warren, WCPO

Jay Warren

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Jay:

How a local woman turned grief into fundraising for police K-9s

Mason's Blue Line K9 Project raises money to buy custom-made bulletproof vests for local police departments' K-9s. → Read More

Local Japanese community rolls out red carpet for Akiyama, Kubo

Earlier this year, Reds outfielder Shogo Akiyama and FC Cincinnati striker Yuya Kubo joined a population of roughly 2,000 Japanese natives living and working in the Tri-State. Waiting to help with their transition, if needed, is the Japan America Society of Greater Cincinnati. → Read More

YMCA Synchrogators team marks 50 years of performance

To celebrate 50 years and raise money to take the team to future competitions, the YMCA Cincinnati Synchrogators will perform two fundraiser shows this weekend. → Read More

Miami University regional campuses offer bachelor's degree for $25,000

Students graduating from Miami regional campuses are entering the workforce with small debt load. → Read More

Greater Cincinnati Chinese School rings in Chinese New Year

According to the Chinese lunar calendar, 2019 ushers in the Year of the Pig → Read More

30 new liquor licenses are now available in Hamilton

Hamilton just approved the creation of a Community Entertainment District which will allow would-be restaurants and bars to apply for one of 30 new liquor licenses now available. → Read More

University of Cincinnati engineering students building 'Jetsons'-style flying machine

A group of engineering students at UC are trying to shape the future by building a personal flying machine. → Read More

University of Cincinnati's student body president makes history

Megdelawit Sinna Habteselassie is the first African-American woman to serve as the University of Cincinnati's student body president in the university's 199-year history. → Read More

CinCityCon gaming convention in Sharonville illustrates growing passion for cosplay

Cosplayers will turn heads this weekend at the second annual CinCityCon gaming convention in Sharonville. → Read More

Manufacturing Month will show students an alternative to college

Business leaders in Tri-State are talking 'Tool and Dye' this Friday. → Read More

John Von Ohlen, revered big band drummer and co-founder of The Blue Wisp Big Band, dies

John Von Ohlen, a legendary jazz drummer and co-founder of the Blue Wisp Big Band, has died. → Read More

Mom of Mason student accused of posting threat against another student

A mother who previously spoke out against bullying is accused of posting threat against a student. → Read More

Deported Fairfield mom, Maribel Trujillo Diaz, reconnecting with her children

The Catholic priest who ministered to the family of Maribel Trujillo Diaz says she is reconnecting with her children but "normal" won't arrive for awhile. → Read More

'Not Coming Ever': What's next for unfinished day care in Deerfield Twp.

Deerfield Township is pushing a property owner to tear down an unfinished project so a new business can be found. → Read More

Teen accused of killing & burying newborn didn't want to be a mom, prosecutors say

According to Warren County prosecutors, Brooke Skylar Richardson told her doctor that she had no intention of having her baby. That came out Tuesday morning at an appeals hearing. → Read More

Gamers, get ready: Bars with board games, pinball coming to Hamilton

There's also going to be Dungeons & Dragons. Hail and well met! → Read More

Reprimand: Deputy seizes marijuana in traffic stop, doesn't report it

A Butler County deputy already being sued in federal court seized a bag of pot from a suspect and never turned it in to the evidence room, according to a newly-obtained record from the deputy's personnel file. → Read More

Butler County sheriff, deputies face federal lawsuit

A man is suing Butler County Sheriff Richard Jones and two of his deputies, accusing them of withholding and tampering with evidence after a 2014 traffic stop. → Read More

Shayna Hubers retrial: Shayna Hubers cries in court; ex-cellmate testifies she showed no remorse in jail

A woman who shared a jail cell with Shayna Hubers testified she showed no remorse for killing Ryan Poston. → Read More

Evidence doesn't square with Hubers' abuse claim, police say

Police testimony in the second day of Shayna Hubers' retrial Wednesday countered her claim that she was physically abused by Ryan Poston just before she shot him. → Read More