Greg Noble, WCPO

Greg Noble

WCPO

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Past:
  • WCPO
  • 10 News San Diego
  • News 5 Cleveland
  • KNXV
  • WPTV
  • 7NEWS
  • WFTS
  • WXYZ Detroit

Past articles by Greg:

From The Vault: Hidden loot lost in plane crash that killed 4 FBI agents and bank embezzler

A bank embezzler said he buried part of his loot somewhere in Cincinnati, but he died in a spectacular plane crash before he could show authorities where he hid it. → Read More

From The Vault: Neil Armstrong took giant leap from astronaut to University of Cincinnati professor

Watch First Man On The Moon's news conference at the University of Cincinnati Faculty Club on Dec. 1, 1971. → Read More

D-Day in Cincinnati on June 6, 1944: Story of pride and prejudice

The D-Day invasion 75 years ago today caught Tri-Staters in their sleep, so radio station WCKY decided to wake them up and break the news personally. → Read More

COLUMN: Will Mick Cronin follow the yellow brick road to UCLA?

John Wooden would be rolling in his grave if he knew the UCLA basketball program had fallen so low that Mick Cronin is one of the two finalists to coach what once was the greatest dynasty in sports. → Read More

COLUMN: Bengals release Vontaze Burfict 3 years too late

Zac Taylor's first big move to show that "New Dey" is not just a catchy phrase - and that he will not be another Marvin Lewis - came Monday with the release of troubled linebacker Vontaze Burfict. → Read More

Will Vance Joseph get Bengals head coaching job by default?

It looks like the Bengals want to hire an outside replacement with Bengals ties for fired head coach Marvin Lewis, judging by the interviews they've lined up. → Read More

From The Vault: Dr. Albert Sabin saved the world from polio

Before Dr. Albert Sabin's oral polio vaccine could wipe out the crippling disease worldwide, he set out to give it one final test in Cincinnati in April, 1960. → Read More

Willard Stargel: The man, the legend behind Stargel Stadium

Willard Stargel had to be a giant in the West End to have three stadiums named after him. → Read More

From The Vault: Wind storm from Hurricane Ike hit Cincinnati with knockout punch

A fierce wind storm from Hurricane Ike in 2008 cut power to nearly 800,000 Duke Energy customers and paralyzed some neighborhoods and communities. → Read More

Bengals release DE Michael Johnson, put QB Matt Barkley on Reserve/Injured List

The Bengals said goodbye again – presumably for good – to a one-time defensive stalwart and fan favorite on Saturday. → Read More

From The Vault: Do Cincinnati Bengals owe their name to a stove?

To hear Hal Pennington tell it, the Cincinnati Bengals owe their name to a stove in his mother’s kitchen. → Read More

From The Vault: Lookout House fire destroyed a century of Northern Kentucky history

A rich, colorful and century-old piece of Northern Kentucky history went up in thick black smoke and raging orange flames when a spectacular fire destroyed the Lookout House Supper Club on Aug. 14, 1973. → Read More

Parents of three transgender teens sue Warren County judge to allow name change

The parents of three minor transgender teens are suing a Warren County judge to allow their children to change their legal names from female to male. → Read More

Anthony Kirkland resentencing hearing resumes with jurors to hear rest of killer's police interview

Jurors will hear more of Anthony Kirkland’s ghoulish recounting of his murder of Esme Kenney this morning when his resentencing hearing opens its second week. → Read More

From The Vault: Cincinnati was capital of fine dining, and Maisonette was its brightest star

The Queen City, self-proclaimed chili capital of the U.S., could have been considered the capital of fine dining 50 years ago. → Read More

From The Vault: Al Schottelkotte gets rare look inside gold vault at Fort Knox

“Goldfinger” may have gotten past the guards before Al Schottelkotte did, but the legendary WCPO anchor did the James Bond movie villain one better. → Read More

From The Vault: 23 die on burning Air Canada flight making emergency landing at CVG

Half the people died aboard a burning Air Canada flight making an emergency landing at CVG on June 2, 1983. → Read More

From The Vault: Safety Lane produced frustration, bribery accusations, a sting and a suicide

Taking your car to the Cincinnati Safety Lane was like going to the dentist. You figured you had to do it, but you hated it. → Read More

From the Vault: WCPO helicopter rescues rafter from danger of drowning on Great Miami River in 1989

Pilot Bill Bowman was used to flying the WCPO Newshawk helicopter to cover news stories, but he never expected to become one of the heroes of a dramatic river rescue. → Read More

From The Vault: Shotgun firing squad kills thousands of birds in downtown Cincinnati

Six men carrying shotguns, barrels pointed skyward, walked along the sidewalk on Walnut Street Downtown and entered the front door of a popular hotel. → Read More