Keith BieryGolick, Enquirer

Keith BieryGolick


Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent articles by Keith:

'I'm being woken up': White man who ran for office with 'God, guns and Trump' slogan joins protests in Cincinnati

Dillon Blevins lives in Clermont County. When he ran for office this year, his slogan was "God, guns and Trump." He joined a protest in Cincinnati. → Read More

Protesters gather at Hamilton County Courthouse for 5th day of protests in Cincinnati

Cincinnati George Floyd protests continue for the fifth day. Protesters are currently at the Hamilton County Courthouse. → Read More

In a letter to the newspaper, he confessed to killing a prisoner. Now, he faces the death penalty

"My name is Joel Drain. I am the person who killed him," he wrote in a letter last year. "Now you know the real story." → Read More

A 'mama bear' worries about her autistic son: Mothering during the coronavirus pandemic

Roller derby was her refuge. Now, it's gone. And although she worries what will happen to her team, what she really worries about is her son. → Read More

‘You don’t have supernatural protection’: A pastor and his job-hunt during the coronavirus pandemic

He is worried about the future. For his church and for his family. So, for the first time in 10 years, this pastor is looking for a job outside his faith. → Read More

Rep. Candice Keller slams 'government-induced poverty' and begs Butler County commissioners: 'We need to reopen.'

A state representative wants county officials to reopen all businesses. The commissioners said they don't want to open themselves up to a lawsuit. → Read More

Pregnant amid coronavirus outbreak: Cincinnati-area mom recounts terrifying journey

'Usually, I never actually go into labor. This has never happened before, and they said it’s because of stress.' → Read More

ACLU sues for release of ICE detainee in Butler County Jail due to COVID-19

The man was arrested in November and charged with OVI. He wants to live in Florida with his fiancee, but is scared he will die in jail → Read More

'A madhouse.' For one federal prisoner in Ohio, no escape from deadly COVID-19

Six inmates have died and at least 40 staff members tested positive for the coronavirus at a federal prison in Elkton, Ohio. Testing has been limited. → Read More

Paycheck Protection Program coronavirus relief: ‘They say it’s for everyone, but it’s really not'

He spent seven years in prison. When he got out, he built his business from a halfway house and the library. Now, COVID-19 threatens to ruin it all. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: Inmate at Butler County Jail tests positive for COVID-19, sheriff says

An inmate at the Butler County Jail has tested positive for COVID-19, the sheriff announced Monday. → Read More

COVID-19 Holland America cruise ship nightmare: ‘As far as we know no one else passed away overnight.’

Two Ohio residents have been stuck on a cruise ship. They've been confined to their room for more than a week, and at least four passengers are dead. → Read More

COVID-19: Butler Co. Health Dept., christian group, calls out churches like Solid Rock having in-person services

A Christian advocacy group is calling for churches nationwide to suspend in-person services. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: When a coffee shop is also a ministry, should it stay open?

Baihley Gentry appreciates the work the nonprofit does for the community, but wonders if she could help more by staying home. → Read More

Faith and the coronavirus: Religious Cincinnatians try to stay together while being apart

For believers, whatever their religion, faith is a catalyst in times of crisis. This crisis, though, requires distance. → Read More

Dispatches from Greater Cincinnati grocery stores during the coronavirus pandemic: 'Be safe'

The Enquirer visited several grocery stores in Greater Cincinnati on Tuesday. None of the managers would talk to us. This is what we saw. → Read More

Coronavirus in Ohio: First death in Butler County reported by Hamilton officials

A Hamilton man died on March 29. Testing returned to the city's health department on Monday confirmed his death was related to the coronavirus. → Read More

Coronavirus policing in Ohio: 'We're fed up. Somebody is going to die.'

Feuding officials, gallons of hand sanitizer and quarantined employees. This is policing during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Baby death trial: Brooke Skylar Richardson has 'personality disorder,' was sexually abused, psychologist testifies

Brooke Skylar Richardson is accused of deliberately killing her newborn baby. As her murder trial continues, her attorneys are presenting their case. → Read More

‘She would never hurt another living being – let alone a baby,’ Brooke Skylar Richardson’s father testifies

As Brooke Skylar Richardson's trial entered its second week, her defense attorneys made their case. → Read More