Jasmine Minor, WCPO

Jasmine Minor

WCPO

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Boone Co. students start learning in person four days a week as COVID-19 cases rise

After learning virtually for the first few months of the school year, Boone County Schools are back to in-person learning for four days a week despite the rising COVID-19 case numbers. → Read More

New gym has device to help protect customers from COVID-19

A new gym on the West Side of Cincinnati has equipment to help slow the spread of COVID-19 for people trying to get a good workout in. → Read More

Jewish Family Service is asking for kosher donations, toiletries

Jewish Family Service is asking for the public’s help to fill their food pantry for families in need. They said there is a growing need for kosher food since the pandemic hit. → Read More

Volunteers fix up homes in Colerain Township

The fourth annual Give Back Day in Colerain township brought together a record number of people working cooperatively and volunteers to help those in need. → Read More

Requirement-free COVID-19 testing benefits those experiencing homelessness

At least 200 people showed up to take advantage of free COVID-19 testing at the Hamilton County Justice center Sunday. Maslow’s Army is offering requirement-free COVID-19 tests every Sunday until December. → Read More

Watch the Bengals live, and safely, at Fountain Square

If you're missing the feeling of being at Paul Brown Stadium for a Bengals game, you can do the next best thing and watch the game safely at Fountain Square with other fans. → Read More

Fundraising this year has been good for some, not so great for other orgs this year

The pandemic has caused a lot of fundraising efforts to go virtual or be put on hold over the last few months, and some organizations have seen a boom in support while others have not been so lucky. → Read More

Local restaurants delivery food and smiles to Tri-State retirement homes

Over 100,000 meals have been delivered to local retirement homes thanks to a network of restaurants in the Tri-State. → Read More

Need resume help? Sign up for this workshop

A job search coordinator said the most common resume mistake is people overload them with information. → Read More

Handling depression in young adults and children in isolation

Isolation brought on by the pandemic, in addition to the upcoming school year, may cause an increase in the number of childhood depression cases specialists see, and those specialists have had to come up with new ways of handling these cases. → Read More

The call for more diverse curriculums in schools grows after recent protests

Recent protests led by groups such as Black Lives Matter, have raised the question of how schools teach students about race and culture, and what can be done to give them a more rounded approach to these topics. → Read More

New gym opened in Middletown to give a space to all athletes

After one man started leaving basketballs around his hometown to keep kids active during the pandemic, the same man has opened a gym to provide a safe space for athletes of all ages. → Read More

Sneaker shop helps raise over $20k for girl's health organization

After the pandemic hit, donations to a local girl's health organization slowed down, but one local sneaker shop has helped fill that gap by helping to raise over $20,000. → Read More

Teen in foster care overcomes abuse, wins college scholarship

Xia Whitfield grew up in the foster care system and was sexually assaulted as a child. But that doesn’t define her story. → Read More

Metro bus service is back with some new precautions

Metro bus service is back in full swing Sunday after shutting down some of their services due to the pandemic. → Read More

Renaming Marge Schott Stadium on UC Board of Trustees docket Tuesday

The University of Cincinnati's Board of Trustees meets Tuesday morning to discuss the possibility of renaming Marge Schott Stadium. → Read More

OTR business owner offers ways to help aid protests, African American community

As protests over the death of George Floyd continue across the country, a business owner in Over-the-Rhine is helping customers find ways to support the protests as well as the African-American community. → Read More

Former NAACP president reflects on Cincy protests in history

The protests which started in Cincinnati Friday night are the latest in protests that have historically happened in the city. However, one man said these protests are different for a few reasons, and he offered his advice on how to make sure these protests bring about real change. → Read More

Cincinnati protest organizers list changes they want to see in criminal justice system

After a weekend of nationwide protests sparked by the death of George Floyd, Cincinnati-area protest organizers released a list of things they want to see change within the Cincinnati criminal justice system. → Read More

COVID-19 modifications offer different ways to honor vets

The Field of Memories at Arlington Memorial looks a little different due to COVID-19 -- the gardens are leaning on technology so family and friends can still honor their lost loved ones. → Read More