Hillary Lake, WCPO

Hillary Lake


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Hillary:

I-Team analysis: Nearly all protesters arrested in Cincinnati are from the Greater Cincinnati Area

The I-Team examined 350 arrest records from people arrested during recent protests; records show the all of them are from the Greater Cincinnati Area. → Read More

Pike County Sheriff Charles Reader indicted on 16 counts including theft in office

The sheriff who oversaw the investigation into the Pike County massacre has been indicted on 16 counts including theft in office, conflict of interest and tampering with evidence. → Read More

Kia to announce recall on tens of thousands of vehicles

Kia plans to recall tens of thousands of cars and SUVs, the automaker told WFTS late Tuesday. → Read More

RECAP: Tri-State pays tribute to Officer Dale Woods

CINCINNATI — Monday’s memorial service for Officer Dale Woods capped a weekend of touching tributes from citizens, other officers and firefighters from departments across the Tri-State. WATCH a recap in the video player above. Throughout all of the processions and different memorial events, they helped give a hero’s send-off to the fallen Colerain Township officer and made sure they abided by… → Read More

Grand jury indicts man accused of stealing 'Shop with a Cop' donations

A grand jury indicted the man accused of stealing money that he solicited under the guise of raising money for a "Shop with a Cop" program. → Read More

Man accused of soliciting donations for phony 'Shop with a Cop' program

A Tri-State man is accused of stealing money he had claimed would benefit a gift program for children in need. → Read More

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters offers help in Pike County massacre trials

Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said he believes changes in venue are coming. → Read More

Don't donate to police athletic association, prosecutor says

The Greater Cincinnati Police Athletic Association is under investigation by the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office. → Read More

Former Sycamore High School teacher indicted on sex charges

A former high school teacher has been indicted on charges of engaging in sexual conduct with a student, according to court records. → Read More

Kentucky Attorney General wants to know how state crime lab spent $4.5M

"We absolutely have to do better," Andy Beshear said of the eight-to-15-month waiting period for some victims of crime to have DNA kits tested. → Read More

I-Team: DNA testing backlog delays Kentucky criminal cases

A backlog of thousands of old, untested rape kits in Kentucky is cleared up, but another backlog at the state crime lab has many more DNA samples still awaiting testing. → Read More

Pike County massacre: Rhoden family members shot in head at point-blank range, report shows

All of the Pike County massacre victims were shot in the head at point-blank range and seven of the eight were shot multiple times, according to preliminary autopsy reports viewed by the WCPO I-Team Wednesday. → Read More

City of Cincinnati will pay additional $370,000 to former city manager Harry Black to avoid lawsuit

The new deal with the former city manager ends his threats to sue the city, according to the city solicitor. → Read More

BCI: Posts about arrests in Pike County massacre are just 'bad Facebook rumors'

Social media posts are driving speculation that investigators have made a break in the Rhoden family massacre in Pike County. → Read More

Former Rainbow Child Care worker convicted of child endangerment

A judge convicted a former day care employee of child endangerment Tuesday and sentenced her to two years' probation. → Read More

I-Team: When parents suspect abuse at day care center, criminal cases are often a challenge

Two former Rainbow Child Care workers have been criminally charged, but those cases aren't always easy. → Read More

I-Team: Navigating senior health care can frustrate families

Navigating the health insurance maze became a second full-time job for a Northern Kentucky woman trying to take care of her father. → Read More

Bullying policies inconsistent across Greater Cincinnati's Catholic schools

Bullying policies are inconsistent across Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, with little oversight from the top. → Read More

Special prosecutor 'cannot find any criminal conduct' by Linda Tally Smith

The criminal investigation into the Boone and Gallatin county commonwealth's attorney is close to wrapping up, and investigators haven't found evidence of her doing anything illegal. → Read More

I-Team: Should schools be able to question kids about bullying without a parent's consent?

FAIRFIELD, Ohio -- Sharmia Wallace said she first heard about bullying with her son after school district staff had questioned him and finished an investigation. → Read More