Craig McKee, WCPO

Craig McKee


Contact Craig

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • WCPO

Past articles by Craig:

'It's onward and upward': Local casting director says Cincinnati's film industry is continuing to grow

Casting director D. Lynn Meyers said more than 50 movies have filmed in Cincinnati in the last five years, including 'Wiseguys,' which just wrapped filming. → Read More

Nonprofit creates free libraries to help Cincinnati veterans and their families

There are four new mini-libraries set up at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center to help military families and veterans during those long days. → Read More

New Richmond's Freedom Fest aims to honor even more veterans than years past

This year, the village is changing things up and giving veteran-owned food vendors and crafters first dibs on the vendor slots available and doing it at no charge to the veteran. → Read More

Northern Kentucky construction company helps renovate veterans' homes at no cost

Don Reilly founded Back Home Patriots to help veterans with home improvement projects small and large as they transition back to the civilian world. → Read More

'How did this happen?': Former Norfolk Southern train engineer details safety measures in wake of derailment

David Farwick, a 40-year veteran engineer of Norfolk Southern Railroad, said there are so many layers of safety in place. → Read More

'I can’t believe this is happening': Veteran's safety net provided hand up to save himself

In a moment when his world was turned upside down one Navy veteran found a safety net that helped him help himself. → Read More

Woodworking shop in NKY focused on veteran's health and wellness

Patriots Landing is a years-long dream for Joe Montgomery, who saw woodworking as a way for veterans to work through life’s issues while building more than comradery. → Read More

PACT Act leaves out some veterans exposed to a wide range of toxins at a former Soviet-era base in Uzbekistan

The most comprehensive piece of legislation tied to benefits and compensation for our military isn’t necessarily perfect if you ask those helping veterans through the process of filing claims. → Read More

Million of vets greenlit for healthcare coverage at VA, despite previous denials

Veterans are being asked to reapply for health benefits and compensation in the new year after new legislation changes many claims from no to yes. → Read More

Mentors look to fill transition gap for veterans between service and civilian life

New mentorship partnerships aims to provide service men and women the opportunity to achieve great success in post-service life as they navigate their new civilian world. → Read More

'It's just great to be here': Navy veteran, Paralympic athlete serves as role model to many

Navy veteran John Kremer has allowed his family and determination to motivate him after he lost both legs in a landmine explosion. → Read More

New job website focuses on transitioning veteran skills into civilian resumes

Reading a military resume can be confusing, so an Army veteran has launched a new job search website that translates your military jargon into words your civilian counterparts can actually understand. → Read More

New Cincinnati police chief says personnel changes in new year will help fill patrol gaps

Theetge is the first woman to fill the position of police chief, something she sees as an important milestone for the department. → Read More

Northern Kentucky donations will help feed and clothe local veterans

More than a hundred veterans from the greater Cincinnati area will receive a holiday turkey and winter coat thanks to the generosity of local non-profit of realtors. → Read More

Meet the service dogs who are ears and hands for veterans in need

Veterans are living a more free life thanks to service dogs who can help them navigate a world they may otherwise find challenging. → Read More

From the moon to Mars, Mason company helps mankind shoot for the stars

Mankind doesn't make it back to the moon or Mars without going through Mason, Ohio. L3 Harris engineers are the key to space exploration and are excited about the future of the space industry in Ohio. → Read More

Local restaurant owners fear business loss after their social media pages were hacked

Several local bars and restaurants have lost control of their social media pages after hackers took control of their accounts, in some cases getting the account permanently banned. → Read More

'They tried to kill me, they just couldn't': KY Marine miraculously survived being blown up in Afghanistan

A dark January night in Afghanistan would change a Kentucky Marine's life forever. He says a guardian angel he didn't expect allowed he and his family to survive. → Read More

Soldier’s past rediscovered after grandson tracks down Kentucky Vietnam veteran

Thought to be long-lost answers to his grandfather's service, Jake Grossman finds solace in a Kentucky Vietnam veteran discovery. → Read More

These are the applicants to replace Greg Landsman on Cincinnati City Council

Greg Landsman vacated his seat on Cincinnati City Council after winning his Congressional race over Steve Chabot. Now city council needs to choose a replacement. → Read More