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Recent articles by Kristyn:

Ursuline Academy students spread warmth and good cheer with blankets donated to hospital patients

A group of young women from Ursuline Academy gave their free time to lead by example and show others how to share in a sense of community. So, they decided to make fleece tie blankets that could be donated to others. → Read More

Local man reunites with emergency crews, medical team that saved him from widowmaker heart attack

In this case, time was on his side. This was a fast response. He got to the hospital quickly and the team members at Jewish said his door to balloon and stent time was 36 minutes - the standard time is a little less than 90 minutes. → Read More

Cincinnati Ballet returns with outdoor performances

In a world where performing indoors is tough, the Cincinnati Ballet is taking its art outside. → Read More

Crucial training for deaf and hard-of-hearing children affected by COVID-19 pandemic

It’s hard for the deaf and hard of hearing students to see a teacher’s mouth moving through a mask, so they’re finding creative ways around that. They need to – that’s how important this training is to the kids. → Read More

Drummer who played for 8 decades continues to do so for the music, to inspire others

The drummer of The Philip Paul Trio, Philip Paul, continues to prove that age is just a number. The exceptionally humble 95-year-old musician helped make jazz what it is today. → Read More

84-year-old golf coach helps neighborhood kids work on their game

When coaching gets in your blood, it’s something that stays with you, and for 84-year-old Dan Wolterman, coaching is in his blood. He's been helping a group of kids work on their golf game -- free of charge. Call it a pandemic pastime. → Read More

Local musicians highlight 2020 Cincinnati Music Festival to be broadcast virtually because of COVID-19 pandemic

Started in 1962, and, at that time, featuring the music of The Duke Ellington Orchestra and Louis Armstrong at the Cincinnati Carthage fairgrounds, the Cincinnati Music Festival grew to become one of the largest and longest-running R&B festivals in the country. → Read More

COVID-19 patient thanks the nurse who kept him company in isolation

"When you don't have anybody around members of your's really hard," said Ruiz. → Read More

Loveland grad William Heard collects thousands of socks for people experiencing homelessness

Loveland High School grad William Heard had his senior year cut short by coronavirus. Now, he's finding a way to help lift the community's spirits and collect socks for a worthy cause. → Read More

Acts of Kindness: UC staffers help stranded student find a place to stay

University of Cincinnati student Kam Rakhimov was on his way to Chicago to fly back to Uzbekistan when he found out his flight was cancelled, and that there wouldn't be any flying home for a while. → Read More

All the world's a stage for local theater groups turning to streaming performances

It takes some ingenuity, some imagination and a lot of teamwork, but the Mariemont Players aren't discouraged by their performance of Pygmalion's cancellations -- they just moved to a different kind of theater space. → Read More

Cincinnati woman wades through frustrating unemployment process

Marla Reno is one of a million Ohioans who have filed for unemployment since the beginning of the pandemic. Over a billion dollars in benefits has been paid out → Read More

Snappy Tomato pizzerias help out Girl Scouts by combining cookies with pizzas

Each Snappy Tomato order of $25 or more worth of food before tax and tip, a free box of Girl Scout cookies is included. → Read More

Married 50 years, couple tells how they got COVID-19 and survived life-or-death fight

Nancy and Ray Williams had been inseparable during 50 years of marriage, raising a family, doing everything together. But when both got COVID-19, when they needed each other the most, the deadly disease pulled them apart and forced Ray to fight for his life on his own. → Read More

WCPO 9 Anchor Kristyn Hartman takes COVID-19 antibody test, explains why it's important

WCPO 9 Anchor Kristyn Hartman shows what happened when she took a rapid antibody test for COVID-19 and explains why it’s important. → Read More

Nine labor and delivery nurses at St. Elizabeth contract COVID-19

When nine labor and delivery nurses at St. Elizabeth came down with COVID-19, it turned the usually joyful Family Birth Place into a place of concern. → Read More

Ohioans ignoring stay-at-home orders make national headlines

Unfortunately, not everyone is following directives to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic, and locals who violate orders to stay inside have made national headlines. → Read More

On frontlines of pandemic, longtime St. Elizabeth nurse shares 'sobering' experience

Clinical Nurse Terry Foster says he is dealing with things he’s never seen before, now that the coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak has hit Northern Kentucky. → Read More

DeWine, at center of Ohio’s COVID-19 response, garners national praise

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has been getting national and even international attention for his state’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. → Read More

Cleaning COVID-19: How long it can last on your home's surfaces

Even though COVID-19 transmits primarily through contact with others, the CDC says it's important to disinfect "high-touch" surfaces in your home. → Read More