Jasmine Styles, WCPO

Jasmine Styles


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Jasmine:

Princeton High School grad makes history as Sesame Street's first Black female puppeteer

Megan Piphus Peace started puppeteering to help out at her father's church in Lincoln Heights. Now she's on Sesame Street. → Read More

Nonprofit food incubator in Cincinnati helps Black entrepreneurs achieve their dreams

Findlay Kitchen helps Black entrepreneurs start and grow their food businesses with commercial kitchens and storage space. → Read More

Ski club, Cincinnati organization partner to introduce Black children to the world of snow sports

For the last five weeks, Perfect North has been a learning space for dozens of kids with the Cincinnati Recreation Commission thanks to Corbeau Snowsports Cincinnati. → Read More

'Wise Guys' star Debra Messing shares Cincinnati nail tech's work

Nail Joy owner Meagan Whitfield got to do Debra Messing and Kathrine Narducci's nails for the upcoming Robert De Niro film, 'Wise Guys.' → Read More

'We will rub it in': Kansas City Chiefs fans confident in AFC championship win against Bengals

Even with the Cincinnati Bengals on a 3-0 run against the Chiefs, Kansas City Chiefs fans say there’s a fire lit under the team. → Read More

'Our family gives us such a hard time': Bengals fans living in Kansas City ready for AFC championship

Die-hard Bengals fans John and Arlene Mockapetris are smack dab in the middle of Chiefs Country. On Sunday, they’re hoping for a coney and a trophy. → Read More

'Stripes don't come easy': Cincinnati's Black Owned thrives as Bengals players don designs

Their most popular piece is the bomber jacket, seen on the likes of Sam Hubbard, Tyler Boyd and, most famously, Joe Burrow. → Read More

Who Dey Chicks bring life to the parties at Longworth Hall

If fans follow the loudest music near Longworth Hall ahead of a Bengals home game, it'll likely lead them right to the Who Dey Chicks. → Read More

Meet Chase, a baby named after Bengals star receiver Ja'Marr Chase following Cincinnati's Super Bowl run

As the Bengals kept racking up wins, Angie and Sheldon McNeil's older son, Grayson, pushed for their new baby to be named after his favorite athlete, Ja'Marr Chase. → Read More

How a 16-year-old helped her family's Clinton County farm evolve through e-commerce

After years of prosperity for dairy farmers in Clinton County, many quit in the 2000s. In 2019, a 16-year-old helped take her family from planning their exit strategy to thriving through e-commerce. → Read More

In Clermont County, safety nets are lacking for those facing homelessness

The federal government helped pause mass evictions at the start of the pandemic, but now, rental inflation and an unsteady economy could create a spike in homelessness. → Read More

'Moonlight mammograms': Mercy Health stays open later in October to help women screen for breast cancer

Every Tuesday in October, women can make an appointment for a mammogram at the E. Gailbraith office between 5-8 p.m. → Read More

Heat is becoming more and more of an issue for outdoor sports

Data shows from 1970 to 2019, the average temperature during the Bengals season has gone up almost two degrees in Cincinnati. That may not seem like a lot, but it can impact both players and fans. → Read More

Footlighters celebrates 60 years, preps for season opener 'Pippin!'

Lead actor Gabe Schenker said the ensemble at Footlighters has put in 10 to 25 hours a week preparing to wow the audience. → Read More

Middletown, Lakota East unite to advocate for teen mental health during Friday's game

Both the Middies' and Lakota East's Hope Squads, peer-to-peer suicide prevention groups, will be recognized at halftime of the football game → Read More

Four years after Fifth Third shooting, survivor reunites with first responders who saved her

Austin was shot 12 times and said she knows she would not be alive if it were not for the first responders who helped her. → Read More

After 636 days at Cincinnati Children's, one extreme preemie is finally home

Amir Keys has spent his entire life in the care of staff members at Cincinnati Children's, going through surgeries and health complications. Now, he's coming home. → Read More

Foster parent convicted of murdering 3-year-old Marcus Fiesel has first parole hearing

David Carroll was sentenced to 15 years to life following the murder of his foster son, Marcus Fiesel. He had a preliminary parole hearing Thursday, the beginning of a process that could take months. → Read More

Northern Kentucky man in remission after being first patient in the world to undergo experimental therapy

Dr. Essell and his team at OHC were able to help Latonia native John Hornsby Sr., who had been battling non-Hodgkin's lymphoma for about a decade. → Read More

Officer Kaia L. Grant Memorial Highway sign unveiled in slain officer's honor

On the second anniversary of her death, officials unveiled signs that will stand on I-275, declaring the stretch of highway through Springdale as the "Officer Kaia L. Grant Memorial Highway." → Read More