Jatara McGee, WLWT.com

Jatara McGee

WLWT.com

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent:
  • WLWT.com
Past:
  • WPBF 25 News
  • WESH 2 News
  • KOAT.com
  • MyNBC5 (WPTZ)

Recent articles by Jatara:

Hundreds of apartment residents frustrated after four days without running water

Residents said there have been several unscheduled water outages in the last few months, but this is the longest they have had to go without water. → Read More

Cause of Thanksgiving fatal fire in Newport under investigation

Firefighters said all of the victims were found on the first floor. → Read More

Couple who named a son after Dr. O'dell Owens honors him for helping them start a family

"We were ready to just give up," the couple said. Then came Dr. O'dell Owens. → Read More

16-year-old girl charged with murder in death of 18-year-old at Fairfield hotel

Fairfield police responded to the Holiday Inn Express in Fairfield around 5 a.m. on Oct. 2. → Read More

Number of youth facing homicide charges surging in Hamilton County for second year in a row

The number of youth being arrested and charged in homicides is surging, for the second year in a row. → Read More

Greater Cincinnati residents sued for old car debt; Discrepancies found in lawsuits

The debtors are being told they owe thousands of dollars, and some are even having their wages garnished. → Read More

Hamilton County crime lab audit determines incorrect drug analysis was isolated

The man was adamant the pills were Tums, and re-testing ultimately proved he was telling the truth. That finding led the crime lab to conduct a six-month audit of one analyst's work. → Read More

Deputy and suspect hospitalized following shooting at Ross County Sheriff's Office

BCI confirmed the officer-involved shooting, which happened around 5 p.m. at the Ross County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Uber launching new safety feature in Cincinnati

The pilot program expanded to six U.S. cities Monday, including Cincinnati. → Read More

Reports of crash with injuries on West Ronald Reagan Highway

Multiple agencies are investigating a series of crashes on West Ronald Reagan Highway Monday night. → Read More

Cincinnati Public Schools may consider requiring driver's ed for first time in decades

It comes after a traffic blitz by the Cincinnati Police Department found more than 100 drivers on the road without a license. → Read More

Customer charged in double shooting of Wendy's employees

The shooting happened in the restaurant parking lot on William Howard Taft Road. → Read More

WLWT survey shows big increase in local departments with body cameras

More departments are equipped with body cameras in Hamilton County than ever before. Look to see where your department stands. → Read More

Surveillance video shows man on oxygen denied bus ride in Avondale

Surveillance video shows the encounter between a Metro bus operator and a rider that ended with the rider taking a ride on an ambulance instead of the bus. → Read More

Cincinnati Fire Department adds new position to help firefighters with mental health help

The chief recently moved a fire apparatus operator to the role of peer support coordinator. → Read More

Pro-gun group stresses importance of safe storage following toddler's death

The 3-year-old was shot Sunday at a home in Madisonville. → Read More

Protection order filed one month before Adams County man murdered his wife gives new insight

Investigators said Jason Madden shot and killed Rachel Madden at Southern Ohio Lumber Company, where they both worked. → Read More

Cincinnati nursing student shot in triple shooting renders aid to other victims

One of the shooting victims is a nursing student. → Read More

Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown urges USPS leaders to address postal crimes after WLWT investigation

Sen. Brown sourced WLWT's investigative reports numerous times in the letter to USPS leaders. → Read More

Cincinnati officer on probation after pleading guilty to a crime

Darryl Tyus, a 15-year veteran of the department, has been on desk duty for several months during a criminal and internal department investigation. → Read More