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:

9-year-old Bengals fan becoming a popular target for players

Leaving the field after an emotional playoff win, Ja'Marr Chase threw his gloves to 9-year-old Kingston Thomas, who added the memento to his growing collection. → Read More

Cincinnati are Vietnam veteran reunited with best friend from war

Harold Lockett was 20 years old when he was drafted. → Read More

Family of man incarcerated in Butler County notified of COVID-19 hospitalization after father died

He contracted COVID-19 and was hospitalized but his family says they were never notified until after he died. → Read More

CDC: COVID-19-positive employees can still work in some cases

The current surge from the COVID-19 omicron variant is pushing local hospitals to adapt in ways they have not before in the pandemic. → Read More

Delhi police hire social worker to link frequent callers, community members with services

The department has been working to create the position for a few years and worked closely with departments in Kentucky that already have social workers on staff. → Read More

Where to find a free COVID-19 test around Cincinnati

Demand for COVID-19 testing is surging in Greater Cincinnati after the holidays. → Read More

Post-holiday COVID-19 testing surge met with concern from doctors

At Gravity Diagnostics' testing site in Covington Monday, the drive-thru line was hours long. → Read More

Greater Cincinnati police departments apply for body camera funding

Twenty five police departments in Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren counties applied for funding for body-worn cameras. → Read More

Cincinnati officer forms special bond with 5-year-old and her OTR family

One hundred local children received a $100 gift card to shop for groceries for their families, with the help of Cincinnati police. → Read More

Experts say Kentucky tornado survivors may need help facing trauma

Experts say it is important for tornado victims to talk about the trauma they experienced. → Read More

Disabled veteran pulls children into hallway seconds before tornado hits

Everyone in Mayfield, Kentucky has a story. The ones from neighborhoods hit hardest by last week's tornado are etched into the minds of survivors. → Read More

Franklin City Schools cancels classes due to bus driver shortage

The district said more than half of its school bus routes did not have a driver. → Read More

School counselor says younger children displaying severe mental health concerns

A local counselor said not enough is being done to keep students safe and help students in need of it. → Read More

Thanksgiving Eve traditions return; Cincinnatians pack into bars

This year, many in attendance returned to traditions of the past. → Read More

High gas prices to greet holiday travelers

AAA projects nearly 2.2 million Ohioans will travel over the Thanksgiving weekend, 2 million by roadways. → Read More

Gov. DeWine to announce details of statewide body camera rollout for state troopers

In what is expected to be a multi-million dollar investment, Gov. Mike DeWine and Ohio State Highway Patrol Superintendent Col. Richard Fambro will announce details of the statewide rollout Tuesday afternoon in Columbus. → Read More

Former Cincinnati police officer back in the academy 25 years later

Darryl Williams, 57, has been through the academy once before. → Read More

Cincinnati long hauler says every day feels like Groundhog Day

Local doctors tell WLWT more than 50 percent of people who contract COVID-19 deal with lingering symptoms. → Read More

Cincinnati animal shelter introduces 'home for the holidays' foster program

The issue is being felt all over the region. → Read More

Social media post leads to racial tensions, rumors of threats at career and technical school

Green Township police were at the school Friday as an added security presence. → Read More