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Whitney Miller


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Past articles by Whitney:

Covington city employees learn Spanish as Hispanic community continues to grow

The city’s goal is to make sure residents who speak Spanish can communicate with employees and get important questions answered more efficiently. → Read More

'It's produced by amazing Black women': Tri-State native turned celebrity designer returns for showcase

The couture designer has created pieces for a diverse range of artists including Zendaya, Little Big Town and Lizzo. → Read More

Flu season 2022-23: Doctors see concerning increase in Tri-State hospitalizations

According to doctors within the Christ Hospital Health Network, there's an uptick in flu patients being admitted to the hospital compared to this time last year. → Read More

Former Cincinnati City Council candidate hopes new app will help educate people on election process

Ti'Airea Powell ran for city council in the last election and even though she wasn't successful, she said her journey showed her how low-interest levels were in the election process. → Read More

Tri-Health forges partnership with CPS for careers in health

More than a dozen Cincinnati Public High School students are getting a unique opportunity with Greater Cincinnati Health System Tri-Health. → Read More

Hamilton County Drug Treatment and Recovery Court receives $2.7 million in federal grants

The court serves those who have entered the justice system because of a drug offense. Since 2021, more than 120 participants have graduated successfully from the program. → Read More

Undefeated little league team needs help funding new equipment

The team's coaches and parents are hoping to raise money to grow the team and make it to big tournaments later in the year. → Read More

Mental health experts: Children 8 and older should get screened for anxiety

Psychologist Dr. Maria Espinola said untreated anxiety can lead to suicidal behavior and substance abuse as children age. → Read More

Cincinnati man needs help getting to California for life-saving heart transplant

Robin Washburn said her fiancé Orlando Brooks was normal and healthy a year ago when they began planning their life together. Then one day Brooks woke up feeling short of breath and very fatigued. → Read More

Cincinnati police traffic blitz: Here's where to expect increased patrols, enforcement

The Cincinnati Police Department is now enforcing a two-week-long citywide traffic enforcement safety blitz. According to the department, the blitz goes from October 10 until October 21. → Read More

Dogs rescued from Florida shelters during Hurricane Ian up for adoption in Cincinnati

Last week, 26 animals traveled to the Tri-State to escape hurricane Ian. The dogs were initially up for adoption in the Sunshine state at other shelters. → Read More

Trans Mariemont teen elected homecoming princess as prank vows to wear crown anyway

Kat Steiner said a guidance counselor told her that parents called Mariemont High School saying their children alerted them Steiner was elected as a joke. → Read More

Tri-State Black-owned businesses have $2.1 billion impact on economy

Transportation and warehousing, health care and social assistance and other services like professional or technical services are the top three industry sectors for Black-owned businesses. → Read More

Ripley man wakes up from medically induced coma after being stung by a swarm of bees 'thousands' of times

Shawna Carter said the Ripley Fire Department told her killer bees attacked her 20-year-old son, stinging him 'thousands' of times. → Read More

How student loan debt forgiveness is impacting people in the Tri-State

According to Education Data Initiative, the average student loan debt per borrower in the Tri-State is around $32,000. → Read More

Montgomery teen puts sewing talents to good use with fundraiser for Cincinnati nonprofit

While 2020 was a difficult year for everyone, Gina Daly said her daughter found joy in designing and sewing. Now she is hosting a runway fashion show to raise money for The Dragonfly Foundation. → Read More

Lakota Local Schools: We're aware of concerns about a bus stop in front of a registered sex offender's home

Lakota Local Schools said they have been aware of the concern for several years, noting they repeatedly communicate the reasoning for the stop's location to families. → Read More

This Cincinnati group is working to address mental health concerns in schools

1 N 5 is a group that offers mental health education to schools. Last week, the band received their lessons on stress management and mental health. → Read More

Ohio schools receive money for security improvements, here are the districts getting the most

The $47 million in awards are part of the governor's K-12 School Safety Grant Program that will cover security enhancements such as cameras, automatic door locks and visitor badging systems. → Read More

Why are gas prices drastically different from neighborhood to neighboorhood throughout the Tri-State?

Cincinnati resident Terry Donald said the prices he sees in Westwood are much higher than those in nearby Cheviot or Colerain Township. → Read More