Drew Amman, FOX19

Drew Amman

FOX19

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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  • FOX19
Past:
  • wave3news
  • WKYT
  • KFVS News
  • KNWA News
  • KARK 4 News

Recent articles by Drew:

City of Hamilton celebrates Small Business Saturday

he Greater Hamilton Chamber of Commerce and some small businesses in the City of Hamilton are celebrating and participating in the twelfth Small Business Saturday. → Read More

Thousands of runners participate in Flying Pig Marathon

The runners started their morning Sunday by participating in the twenty-third Flying Pig Marathon. → Read More

Nonprofit partners with Mercy Health to uplift heart disease, cancer patients

A non-profit, The Heart of Gold Memorial Fund, is giving back to Cincinnati, including a partnership with Mercy Health. → Read More

Canadian-based supercar benefit comes to Cincinnati

A Canadian-based car event, the “Driven Project,” is coming to Cincinnati for the first time to help bring joy to children who are battling physical and mental illness by riding throughout the city in a supercar. → Read More

Making Strides for Breast Cancer Walk supports research, patient services

The Making Strides for Breast Cancer 5K Walk was held Saturday morning at Yeatman’s Cove. → Read More

Cincinnati unveils mural dedicated to Red’s Hall of Famer Joe Morgan

Monday, Oct. 11, will mark exactly one year since Hall of Fame Second Baseman Joe Morgan passed away. → Read More

Donors needed for annual Bengals Blood Drive

The University of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Bengals, and Hoxworth Blood Center are searching for people to donate blood for the annual Bengals Blood Drive. → Read More

Police identify woman killed after shooting in Over-the-Rhine

One woman is dead and two other people are injured after a shooting happened in Over-the-Rhine Saturday morning. → Read More

Cincinnati Zoo celebrate First Responders Week

Honoring those who protect our community, the Cincinnati Zoo is offering free admission to frontline workers and military during First Responders Week. → Read More

Volunteers do repairs, yardwork for first responders, veterans on 9/11

Volunteers provided repairs and yardwork for first responders, veterans, and families who went into service because of the tragic events that happened on Sept. 11, 2001. → Read More

Oktoberfest returns to Covington

Oktoberfest is back in Covington at Goebel Park this weekend after it was on pause in 2020 due to the lockdown. → Read More

Bengals release gameday experience details days before kickoff

The Bengals' first regular season game Sunday at 1 p.m. → Read More

Monday marks three years since deadly Fifth Third Center shooting

Three people died and several more were injured in the shooting on Sept. 6, 2018. → Read More

Hamilton West Side All-Stars to be honored at Wilson Middle School

Hamilton West Side All-Stars will be honored at Wilson Middle School Tuesday following their Little League World Series win against South Dakota. → Read More

Joe Nuxhall Memorial Golf Outing provides nearly $1 million in scholarship funds

The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Scholarship Golf Outing is set to tee off at Hamilton Elks Golf Club and the event is supporting students in the area. → Read More

Funeral service held for 4-year-old girl who drowned in Warren County

A visitation and a funeral service honoring the life of a 4-year-old who drowned in Warren County was held Saturday morning. → Read More

100+ Tri-State vendors sell their wares at Charm at the Farm

The second of three open-air markets took place over the weekend featuring shopping, live music, and food trucks. → Read More

Nationally ranked disc golf tournament hosted in Northern Kentucky this weekend

The Idlewild Open hosts some of the best disc golfers in the world. → Read More

NKY students provided backpacks by Covington charity program

1,130 backpacks were distributed. → Read More

NKY students provided backpacks by Covington charity program

1,130 backpacks were distributed. → Read More