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Past articles by Kristyn:

'A moment none of us will ever forget': How a premature baby helped her mom with cardiac issues improve

When staff at St. Elizabeth Edgewood placed a premature baby in her mother's arms, the mom's vital signs improved. → Read More

These twins kept a secret about who they were at Ohio State and UC — until now

These Mason boys lived a double life during their time at Ohio State and UC respectively - and they only just now were able to reveal the secret. → Read More

Dining event featuring pierogi aims to support Ukraine

Chefs across Cincinnati are coming together to create different kinds of pierogi, all aimed at supporting Ukraine → Read More

Positively Cincinnati: Local 78-year-old woman lovingly crafts quilts for those battling cancer

In this week’s “Positively Cincinnati,” we’re introducing you to a woman who’s tapped into the therapeutic warmth of a blanket to help some cancer patients. → Read More

Raiders fan meets Bengals fan who saved his life at Paul Brown Stadium

A former paramedic was in the right place at the right time for a Raiders fan who went into cardiac arrest just outside of Paul Brown Stadium before the Bengals Wild Card game. → Read More

Ukrainian woman living in Cincinnati terrified for parents living in Kharkiv

Living thousands of miles away, Lydia Gorbatsky said she has been unable to sleep as she watches Russia invade her home country from afar. → Read More

Bearcats throwback uniforms a nod to history

The team is channeling the cool 'Cats' of days gone by for one more game on Saturday, February 26th. That’s also the Bearcats’ Senior Night. → Read More

Hamilton students fundraise in honor of their favorite Bengals players

In honor of the Bengals' historic Super Bowl run, Hamilton City School District students are mobilizing to do good in the name of some of their favorite players. → Read More

Evan McPherson's parents always knew he had the 'internal drive' to make a difference for Bengals

The McPhersons said they are feeling Who Dey Nation's long-distance love all the way in Fort Payne, Alabama. → Read More

A lucky oven mitt? Family believes 'Oven MittPherson' is helping Bengals win

Kelley Burt believes an oven mitt her mother accidentally bought her has brought the Bengals luck. → Read More

Bengals fans with tickets to game stranded after they weren't allowed on connecting flight

Michelle Jones and her sister Suzy Dorward said around 15 fans with tickets to the AFC Championship had to celebrate the Bengals win in the air after flight troubles. → Read More

Bengals super fans celebrate success with skits, songs

A.J. and Johanna Arnitz and their kids Gianna, Josephine and Toni create pre-game and post-game videos for their favorite team every single week. → Read More

Local chef's legacy inspires the next generation of culinary masters

Germano’s was open for 28 years, a fixture on the regional food scene. → Read More

Tri-State hospitals repeatedly 'at capacity' amid COVID surge, staffing shortage

At least three hospitals in southwest Ohio were at capacity on the same day Jan. 2, 3, 5, 10 and 11. → Read More

Bengals super fan dedicates home to his favorite team ahead of playoffs

Keith Moeller decided to turn his holiday projection mapping display into a celebration of one of his favorite teams when Cincinnati got into the playoffs. → Read More

Burnout, full beds, tearful goodbyes: Inside a local COVID-19 unit

In the St. Elizabeth Healthcare system, which spans campuses in Edgewood, Fort Thomas, Florence and Dearborn, 224 people were receiving care for COVID-19 infections as of Monday afternoon — a new high for the hospital network. → Read More

UC Bearcats linebacker has a Masters with a 3.9 GPA

Wilson Huber takes pride in both his on-field performance and his → Read More

UC marching band revving up for 'once-in-a-lifetime experience' at Cotton Bowl

Christopher Nichter, director of Bearcat Bands, said the group tries to be the engine of the student section, the stadium and the team. → Read More

This mom has kids in both the UC band and the Alabama band ahead of College Football Playoff game

One Cincinnati family. Two brothers at opposing schools that will find themselves on opposite sides of the field in the College Football Playoff → Read More

Familiar local face can be found ringing bells for Salvation Army

Salvation Army kettle bells are ubiquitous with December and shoppers are likely used to hearing them chime while out shopping at stores like Kroger. They might not expect to see a familiar face ringing them. → Read More