Sarah Walsh, WCPO

Sarah Walsh


Columbia, MO, United States

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Past articles by Sarah:

Unable to enact statewide K-12 mask mandate, DeWine pleads directly with school boards, parents

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine wishes he could issue a statewide school masking order to counter a sharp spike in COVID-19 cases among his state’s children, he said in a Tuesday afternoon news conference. He can’t. → Read More

Prosecutors: Hillsboro 'incel' arrested after planning mass shooting at Ohio college campus

He joined a misogynistic online hate group, acquired an unregistered rifle and conducted surveillance of an Ohio university campus. Then he googled: “When does preparing for a crime become an attempt?” → Read More

Cincinnati Zoo uses clickers, snacks to train animals for COVID-19 vaccination

The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is preparing animals for what veterinarians call “voluntary vaccination,” a vaccination process that doesn’t involve anesthetizing an animal or restraining it while it receives a shot. → Read More

Votto personally apologizes to 6-year-old fan after ejection versus Padres

Plenty of Reds fans were frustrated by Joey Votto’s first-inning ejection on Saturday, but 6-year-old Abigail was heartbroken. → Read More

Walk-in vaccine appointments available all day at Paul Brown Stadium

Thousands of people from Cincinnati and surrounding communities will receive their first COVID-19 shots Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium. → Read More

Bengals reveal their simplified new jerseys, uniform

In a Twitter video posted to celebrate the reveal, the team described the look as “uniting our past with our future.” → Read More

City Councilman Wendell Young indicted on tampering with evidence in 2018 texting scandal

A grand jury indicted City Council member Wendell Young on Thursday on a felony charge of tampering with evidence connected to the “Gang of Five” — a group of council members who broke the law by conducting public business in private messages during 2018. → Read More

Missing woman found dead in Great Miami River

Police discovered the body of 72-year-old Deborah Riley, a missing Middletown woman, in the Great Miami River Monday afternoon. → Read More

FEMA opens financial aid for COVID-19 funerals

Families struggling to cover the cost of a COVID-19-related funeral can apply for help from the federal government starting today, the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Friday. → Read More

Four men, 14-year-old charged with Cincinnati contract killings

Five people — the youngest a 14-year-old — were indicted Wednesday in connection to a shooting spree that claimed four lives between Jan. 31 and Feb. 18. Two of the murders were for pay, prosecutors wrote in a news release announcing the indictments. Two were incidental. → Read More

DeWine: Unmasked crowds at the Banks DORA are 'troubling'

“They’re outside, and that’s the best thing I can say — they are outside. But more people wearing masks would certainly make me feel a lot better. In that close proximity, it would not be a place that I would advise my family to go. It would not be a place that I would go.” → Read More

All Ohio adults eligible for shot today, federal government sending largest-ever vaccine shipment

“This is by far the highest amount that we have received, so if you had trouble in the past getting it, we just ask you — you know, this is an opportunity." → Read More

Loveland to test paid parking starting March 22

Your favorite free parking spot in downtown Loveland might cost you the next time you stop by, the city announced Wednesday morning. → Read More

NKY Pridefest 2021 cancels parade, plans to focus on providing mental health resources

The Northern Kentucky Pridefest will focus on survival and support over celebration when it returns to Covington in June. → Read More

Deputy: Middletown mom Brittany Gosney said boyfriend pressured her to abandon children

Brittany Gosney, the Middletown mother accused of killing her six-year-old son, told police she had intended to abandon all three of her children in response to pressure from her boyfriend, James Hamilton. → Read More

Cincinnati Zoo introduces 4-week-old penguin chicks Mars and Rover

Mars and Rover the penguins have much less riding on their shoulders than the real Perseverance rover — their schedule includes naps, snacks and joining the rest of the little blue penguin colony in Roo Valley during the spring. → Read More

Kings Island announces May 15 opening date for 2021 season

Kings Island will reopen to the public on May 15, park spokesman Chad Showalter announced Thursday morning. → Read More

Flying Pig, Queen Bee 2021 postponed to fall

The 2021 Flying Pig marathon and Queen Bee half marathon, two of the biggest sporting events in Cincinnati, won’t take place in person until at least October, race organizers announced Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

CVG offering rapid-result COVID-19 testing to travelers, public

Travelers, workers and visitors at Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky International Airport can now pay to receive COVID-19 testing that produces results within 35 minutes, airport spokesperson Mindy Kershner announced Wednesday morning. → Read More

Ohio records lowest number of new COVID-19 cases in months

The Ohio Department of Health recorded fewer than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases Monday — the first time it’s done so since Oct. 19, 2020. → Read More