Miana Massey, WLWT.com

Miana Massey


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Miana:

Major grocery retailers cutting cost to combat inflation ahead of Thanksgiving

The price of almost everything has gone up and that unfortunately also includes groceries. → Read More

Doctors prep for long cold and flu season as COVID-19, flu and RSV spread

Urgent care centers and hospitals are seeing a major influx in younger patients. → Read More

Anderson teen killed in hit and run, witness dies of heart attack

One of the first people to the scene of Monday morning's fatal hit-and-run in Anderson Township was a 56-year-old man who, amid the chaos, had a medical emergency of his own and later died at the hospital. → Read More

Gun violence cancels youth football game in the West End Sunday

Neighbors and parents with children set to play their championship football game say what was supposed to be a glorious way to cap the season ended in gunfire. → Read More

Blue Ash officer honored for saving 8-year-old boys life

Blue Ash’s police chief Scott Noel awarding Bronner with the meritorious police service commendation for courage. → Read More

University of Cincinnati students engage in discussion following racist letter sent to a faculty member

Students gathered at the University of Cincinnati to discuss racism on campus and to develop solutions Wednesday night. → Read More

University of Kentucky students march against racism after viral incident

Students gathered in unity at the University of Kentucky Monday night, marching against racism. → Read More

Midterm elections are days away; early in-person voting numbers are up

Many are taking advantage of the opportunity to hit the polls before Election Day. → Read More

University of Cincinnati student speaks out after his attacker is charged with a federal hate crime

A Cincinnati man is charged with a federal hate crime. He was arrested Thursday morning, and accused of physically assaulting an Asian American student. → Read More

Indiana teen with terminal cancer celebrates milestone graduating high school

17-year-old Kayla Spangler is nearing a two-year fight with cancer. Doctors predict she now has just days to live. → Read More

Dwayne Johnson and community rallying to support teen with terminal cancer

Given just weeks to live, Kayla Spangler was diagnosed with glioblastoma in the fall of 2020 following an ATV accident. → Read More

Skyline Chili employees remember former coworker Anne Gieske killed in South Korea

Anne Gieske worked as a server at Skyline Chili, she started in high school all the way up until a couple of months ago when she left for her dream semester abroad in South Korea. → Read More

Following deadly shooting in Hamilton, community advocates are pushing for change

Community advocates are pushing for change less than 24 hours after a deadly shooting in Hamilton that killed two and injured two, including a 3-year-old. → Read More

Jurors end night one of deliberations in West Chester's quadruple murder case

It has been a wave of emotions as the victims' family members await a verdict. → Read More

Neighbors react to fatal shooting in West Price Hill neighborhood

A shooting in West Price Hill left 33-year-old Ashton Penn dead, and a young child all alone. → Read More

Closing out Blink weekend; celebrating arts and culture

Blink drew thousands of people to downtown Cincinnati and Covington. → Read More

Scam callers disguised as local police department demand thousands of dollars

Ruth Barone received an alarming a call from what appeared to be the local police department. → Read More

Blink Bright Ride kicks off weekend festivities

The ride celebrated BLINK 2022 with an unprecedented people-powered spectacle of a ride. → Read More

Ohio Task Force 1 arrives back home after helping with hurricane Ian relief

Together task force members were able to conduct more than 8,700 house-by-house structure searches, saving hundreds of people and pets from dangerous situations. → Read More

The Queen Bee Marathon is back; organizers kicking off the weekend with an all-day expo

This weekend, thousands of women will take to the streets of Cincinnati for the half marathon and 4-miler. → Read More